How to Overcome Writers Block by: Thad Cwiklinski

You’re sitting in Journalism class, cranking out articles a mile a minute like a trained monkey when it hits you.  You know the feeling.  One second you’re just finished the great American novel, a few tour de forces, a magnum opus, and a rip off Spiderman comic book.   The next you’re wailing and gnashing your […]

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An Epic Tale of Ice and Trash by: Gus Landis

‘Twas a dark and stormy afternoon when ‘gainst our better judgement we set forth into the untamed wilds ‘round York Catholic.  The cold was so bitter it turned rain to ice as it fell from the Heavens, the wind bit so hard it was likely to draw blood; but it was for a greater purpose […]

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6.6 K Pittsburgh Charity Run by: Alex Johnson

The Mario Lemieux Foundation hosted a 6.6K charity run and family walk.  It cost $40 so register to run, which in my opinion is worth it for the hockey practice after the race.  The runners’ route was 4.1 miles long, went over two bridges and through one tunnel.  For those who didn’t want to run, […]

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Taylor Swift’s 1989 album review By Kathleen Byrne

On October 27, 2014 Taylor Swift released her fifth album titled 1989. What set this album apart from her previous four was that this was to be a strictly pop album. Taylor Swift started out with her self-titled debut album back in 2006, with a strong country vibe. A few years later Taylor followed with […]

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The Crazy Craziness Behind The Crazies by Jordan Lesher

With the fall sports season winding down and basketball season imminent, most people reading this will have attended their fair share of sporting events. Whether it be volleyball, football or soccer, you probably have seen a group of students on their feet and supporting the green and gold win, lose or draw. They are The […]

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The Hound of the Baskervilles By: Katie Siple

Inspired by the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s novel, YC’s senior high fall play, “The Hound of the Baskervilles,” is a comic thriller sure to wow audiences. Starring Lauren Hand as Jennie Watson, Katie Siple as Shirley Holmes, Alexa Draganosky as Dr. Mortimer, and Miles Iati as Sir Henry, the play is sure to become a […]

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YORK CATHOLIC STUDENTS GIVE BACK

October was Respect Life Month, and students at York Catholic High School recognized the dignity of human life with special activities that focused on the elderly and children.  The students collected and donated mission money to The Daughters of Our Lady of Mercy for their work to care for the sick and elderly at the […]

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Field of Screams by: Gus Landis

Field of Screams is advertised as America’s number one horror attraction.  After a 5 hour, 4 stop horror marathon, I feel mildly qualified to talk about the 5 things you should know about Field of Screams this Halloween. Number 1 The worst part is getting there… I’m sure if you drive then you know the […]

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AHS Freak Show Review By Kathleen Byrne

American Horror Story has become a popularized miniseries, catching the limelight with its second installment American Horror Story: Asylum and has cemented its popularity with last years installment of American Horror Story: Coven.  This installment has been titled American Horror Story: Freak Show and the title certainly fits. This season centers around Jupiter, Florida in […]

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Supernatural Season 10 by: Alex Johnson

As a fan of Supernatural, I was super excited for this season to begin.  It’s the only reason I cared to even turn on the TV on Tuesdays at 9 pm.  I sat there watching the last minute of The Flash waiting for it to end so Supernatural, season 10, could begin.  Just hearing “up […]

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