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Stories from Baldwin High School
Gaetano demonstrates civic virtue
Features

Prudence Nowicki | March 12, 2019

Senior Julia Gaetano has always felt a need to stand up for what she believes in. For her, making a difference comes naturally.

Last spring Gaetano participated in The Pittsburgh March For Our Lives,…

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It’s not ‘skip day’ for every senior
Opinions

Elizabeth Solenday | March 10, 2019

Today, March 6, is Senior Skip Day. It’s not an official school holiday, although most seniors stay home to be part of the tradition.

I, however, am one of the seniors who came to school today. We’re…

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“Kingdom Hearts 3” stays true to its magical story and gameplay
Arts & Entertainment

Prudence Nowicki | February 23, 2019

The long-awaited Kingdom Hearts 3 stays true to its roots, bringing together the magic of classic Disney characters and a fantasy role-playing game style, but it has improved by leaps and bounds since…

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Meyer swims though her last season
Sports

Connor Reiche | February 15, 2019

After swimming as a youth, senior Katelyn Meyer quit in her middle school years. But she came back in her freshman year and has not looked back since.

Now in her fourth year of high school swimming,…

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Bean ‘Partners’ for success
News

Devon Schroeder | February 12, 2019

Intro to Business students knew they were going to get hands-on experience as they helped run the Baldwin Bean coffee shop this year, but they also have gotten much more out of it, thanks to their work…

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Bird Box is the off-brand version of A Quiet Place
Arts & Entertainment

Paige Crawley | January 4, 2019

Netflix’s latest thriller, Bird Box, already has attracted major attention on Twitter and YouTube, where a spout of memes and blindfold-inspired challenges have arisen.

Bird Box, based on the book…

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Seventh-grader runs 50 5K’s in 50 days for charity
News

Natalie Zgurich | December 27, 2018

There are professional athletes who hate the idea of running. Seventh-grader Kenzie Hirt puts them to shame.

Hirt, who attends Harrison Middle School, just completed a streak in which she did a 5K run…

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“Stronger than Hate” logo created by a Baldwin grad
Features

Austin Bechtold | November 6, 2018

The creator of the popular ‘Stronger than Hate” logo, designed in the wake of last weekend’s shooting at a Squirrel Hill synagogue,  is a 1996 Baldwin graduate.

Tim Hindes created the logo to…

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Online petition seeks removal of senator from Baldwin hall of fame
Midterm Elections

Fiona Selden | October 23, 2018

Senior Julia Gaetano has started an online petition to remove Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch from Baldwin’s Distinguished Highlander Alumni Hall of Fame, but administration has no plans to do so.

Gaetano said…

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Whitehall fourth grader to compete at Augusta National golf course
Sports

Natalie Zgurich | October 4, 2018

When he was 2 years old, Whitehall fourth-grader Michael Quallich played with plastic golf clubs. In April, he will be playing at Augusta National, one of the most prestigious golf courses in the world….

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