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Mrs. Clarkson Stats Projects

Mrs. Clarkson statistics class worked on various random sampling projects. This article presents an overview of the surveyed topics this year students conducted and recorded. How much does the average male or female teenager texts? By Luca Grippi and Marissa Ressler This survey is based on seven males and seven females. They were asked how […]

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Tales from Pettisville, Volume 1: Corruption Uncovered by Gus Landis

This is the first installment of an on-going series  where readers will enter the world of an investigative  reporter as he peels back the many layers of a town called Pettisville. A year ago one intrepid reporter began his career in small town in Ohio, a town called Pettisville.  Working for a local newspaper called, […]

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March Horoscopes by: Thad Cwiklinski and Gus Landis

Sagittarius- No matter what anyone says, the green face paint and perpetual chanting of, “a wimbawet a wimbawet a wimbawet a wimbawet,” will make you the life of the party at every club, bat mitzvah, and funeral you attend. Capricorn- Your neighbors, the ones with the pool and the weird gnome statues, will be getting […]

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York Catholic’s Mini-Thon By Kathleen Byrne & Alex Johnson

On March 7, 2015, York Catholic High School held it’s third annual Mini-Thon. This year’s goal was to raise a minimum of  $10,000. The students were given an incentive to raise at least $200.00 with the reward of pieing Mrs. Seufert and Mr. Bailey in the face. The weeks leading up to Mini-Thon were filled […]

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Spring Sports Preview by Jordan Lesher

With the weather warming up ever so slightly, the calendar turning to March, and the girls basketball team already winning their 10th straight district title, all the signs that spring sports are coming up are evident. The spring sports at York Catholic are guys and girls lacrosse, baseball, guys tennis and track and field. All […]

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York Catholic’s Basketball Team Wins its 10th Straight District Title by: Katie Siple

York Catholic girls’ basketball team has always been well-known for its winning streaks. In the past, many York Catholic teams have won division, county, district, and state titles. This year’s basketball team faced a difficult challenge. Adversity from newspapers and other teams alike made success seem unlikely. With a record of nine straight district titles, […]

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Staff Bios

Katie Siple – a senior, has been a part of the Spectator staff for two years now. With my superior experience, I have risen to the top to become the editor of the newspaper as well as the yearbook. I love playing basketball (when I actually play) and reprising my role as Shirley Holmes in […]

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Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?(And Other Concerns) Book Review By Kathleen Byrne

I recently read Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?(And Other Concerns) which is a humour based book by Mindy Kaling. People may recognize Mindy from either the hit television show The Office or her newer show The Mindy Project. On The Office she plays Kelly Kapoor who is “in love” with her on-again off-again boyfriend […]

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ZULILY by: Alex Johnson

It all started right before Thanksgiving.  Someone told my mother about this website.  At first, it started as a way to get discount Christmas presents. Mom was placing an order at least once a week until a few days before Christmas.  The brands on the site are popular and the quality is decent so are […]

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Courtney DeMonda takes on the Fashion World

Deciding where you want to go to college is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. Determining what you want to do for the rest of your life is an even more impossible feat, but Courtney DeMonda, a recent graduate of York Catholic, has her dream all figured out. Courtney […]

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