Dramas This Fall by: Kenneth Clouser

There are many TV dramas airing this fall but there are some shows that are more entertaining than others. These are best dramas that are to be airing on this fall on television (excluding HBO and Cinemax). On Mondays catch Gotham on Fox and The Blacklist on NBC. Tuesdays you can find even more crime […]

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Match The Teacher With The Quote by: Thad Cwiklinski

In all my years at YC, the faculty has left me with a few unforgettable quotations.  From wise, to commonsensical, to downright hilarious, here’s a few of the best.  Try to match each quote with the educator behind it.   “I’m droppin’ Hamiltons like Aaron Burr.” “What you do not understand you must know.” “I […]

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Seeing Double by: Gus Landis

York Catholic has a proclivity for attempting to show unity among its student body.  One of the ways it does this is to organize themes for various sporting events.  This allows students to show support for their team and their school in an organized and monitored fashion.  On September 26th at the football game Christmas […]

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YC’s Homecoming Festivities By: Katie Siple

The week leading up to homecoming is known as Spirit Week at York Catholic. Students go all out with themes to show their school spirit. Themes include a Pink Out, Patriotic Day, Wacky Wednesday, Throwback Thursday, and Green and Gold day. The Pink Out is held in honor of the teachers at YC that have […]

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An Unforgettable Hunter Hayes Concert Experience By Kathleen Byrne

There is that saying “Third time’s a charm” and that is one-hundred percent true. On September 13, 2014 I was able to experience my third Hunter Hayes concert, and it surely surpassed the other two. I attended the concert with Brittany Maas and Cassie Moore and our anticipation was through the roof. The concert was […]

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Review of Red Band Society by Alex Johnson

Red Band Society is Fox’s new late night drama, Wednesdays at 9.  Written by Margaret Nagle, the show has Charlie, a boy in a coma, narrating the story and lives of the other patients in the hospital.  Within the first 3 episodes that have aired so far there are main characters: Jordi, an orphan trying […]

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The Men of YC Spectator Answer Questions About Life by: Kenneth Clouser

The Men of YC Spectator Answer Questions About Life. What is the meaning of life? Kenny: The ultimate goal of life is to get to heaven. Jordan: Do what you love with the people you love. Thad: Stay hydrated. How do I heal a broken heart? Kenny: I don’t know I am not a doctor. […]

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Comedies This Fall by : Kenneth Clouser

It is during the beginning of the fall season when most major television networks compete for the top viewership. Luckily for Comedy viewers all the Comedy programs seem to line up perfectly. On Monday nights, it is undoubtedly CBS as The Big Bang Theory is temporarily aired ahead of Mom until October 30th. Then 2 […]

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Album Review: After Hours by Jordan Lesher

Album Title: After Hours Artist: Timeflies Genre: Pop/Electronic/Rap Review: The first full length studio album from the Boston duo of Cal Shapiro and Rob “Rez” Resnick shows the multiple sides of their music. Shapiro features as the head vocalist on the album, while Resnick produces the melodies that make these tracks stand out. The leadoff […]

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Fall Fashion By Kathleen Byrne

If the 90 degree weather wasn’t a dead giveaway, fall weather is approaching and its coming in style. Each year as the leaves change, the fashion world kicks into high gear and puts forth their best fall lines they’ve had to date. New York Fashion Week is in full swing and has presented us with […]

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