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A 9-year old’s lemonade stand was a success

Christina Yang

June 6, 2018

Last Saturday, May 26, 2018, Andrew, the son of Matt and Melissa Emery, decided to set up a lemonade stand near the local highway for his little 6-month-old brother, Dylan.  The families are from Greenland, South Carolina but traveled to Pennsylvania's hospital, Children's Hosp...

Penguins chances for 3-peat come to an end

May 17, 2018

On Monday, May 7th, the Pittsburg Penguins lost for the fourth time to the Washington Capitals. It was a well fought game with each team only scoring one point each in regulation. Then, in overtime, the Caps made a rush up the...

Students across country plan nation-wide gun law protest

Jake Ring

March 15, 2018

Parkland, Florida - Amid the horrific events that took place weeks ago at Stoneman Douglas High School, students are deciding to approach protesting stricter gun regulations in a peaceful manner, by getting up from their desks...

Shazier’s questionable return

Kai Gay

March 8, 2018

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier will continue to rehab his spinal injury in an outpatient therapy program at the University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center. UPMC announced the news Thursday, noting Shazier was discharged...

Flu in Korea has developed cautiousness for the winter olympics

Christina Yang

February 13, 2018

Under the chilly and snowy weather, North and South Korea's health departments are trying their best to fight against the dangerous outbreaks of flu; their goal is to assure athletes' and audience's safety.   In North Korea, signs of bird flu (influenza A) have been vastly seen within health cares and hospitals; main...

Team dynamic: how it makes a difference in play

Victoria Fowler

January 4, 2018

How does a team work? A team is people working as one to get a job done. It works when people are in sync and can work together without bumps in the road. In volleyball, the team needs to keep each other positive and not cause...

Seneca Valley Girls First Basketball Game

Lillian Karchut

January 4, 2018

Lillian Karchut The Seneca Valley Girls Basketball team lost to Kennedy Catholic in their first basketball game on Saturday.    On December 9th, the Seneca Valley girls' varsity team played their first basketball game against Kennedy Cat...

United States government: the next generation

Zach Donaldson

January 4, 2018

Every Monday from 5:30 to 6:30, the Rose E. Schneider YMCA's conference room is lit up with the fruitful debate of young adults. From debating mock bills and court cases to teaching activities of the press, Rose E. Schneider YMCA's...

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