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Stories from Dallastown Area High School
Snow Much Fun
Sports

Stephanie Lentz | March 8, 2019

Dallastown Ski and Snowboard Club is an opportunity for aspiring winter sports enthusiasts to showcase their talents on the slopes of Ski Roundtop. Some students see it as an outlet after a long week at…

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Head Games
Sports

McKenna Brodbeck | February 27, 2019

Junior soccer player, Kyle Reuter, sat on the Dallastown bench during several big games this year. With no crutch, cast, or even a wrap, Reuter appeared to be healthy to the visible eye. However, he had…

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Senior Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary of Kidney Transplant
Features

Natalie O'Dell | February 21, 2019

At age 8, Dallastown senior Cruz Mead realized he couldn’t do the things he loved normally.

“I use to play soccer and wrestled. I would be out of breath very easily after doing the once simple…

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Selling Sweets for a Good Cause
News

Katelyn Moran-Pearlman | February 21, 2019

Every kids’ birthday should be special. When money is tight, that’s not always possible. One Dallastown student is trying to change that in a simple and tasty way.

On Friday morning February 8,…

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 College…It’s Not for Everyone
Opinions

Sarah Grace Mills | February 15, 2019

Students sit all day in schools working, learning, studying, and testing. Why? To prepare for their futures. But what does life after high school look like?

I agree that many students should go to college…

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Compass Rose
Features

Larisa Samryk | February 14, 2019

High school years can be filled with lots of confusion, especially about the future.

Students are often expected to know what they want to do for the rest of their lives by the time they are  18….

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Christas Collects Awards For Successful Senior Season
Sports

Brielle Berry | February 13, 2019

Offensive lineman are essential to a football team’s success, but aren’t always the ones in the spotlight.

Recently, Dallastown senior Raymond Christas has stepped into that spotlight by winning…

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The Transformation of Prom
Features

Lydia Hamberger | January 27, 2019

Prom – it’s what seniors looks forward to at the end of their high school careers.

It’s a night to dress up, a night to celebrate, and one last night to make memories with classmates before graduation.

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The Evolution of Gym Class Part II: The Legend of the Polka
Features

Alexa Fisher | January 18, 2019

Girls on one side of the gym, boys on the other. The girls stand there with sweaty palms wondering, “Will anybody pick me?” As the gym teachers call “seniors”, the senior boys walk across the gym…

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Jess’ Book Nook: Violent Ends
Arts & Entertainment

Jessica Sutton | January 10, 2019

Since Columbine in 1998, school shootings have been taking a toll on American society.

Violent Ends by Shaun David Hutchinson and 17 additional contributing authors is a book about a traumatic school…

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Senior Serves as RenRep
Arts & Entertainment

Natalie O'Dell | January 8, 2019

It’s no secret that Dallastown goes all out for high school dances. From the extraordinary dresses to the vibrant suits, shoes, and ties, Dallastown is a step above the rest.

Even with many dress…

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Art Students Given New Paths to Success
Arts & Entertainment

Kelly Brosey | January 8, 2019

Finding it difficult to schedule intriguing classes? Need a creative outlet? Luckily, Dallastown added several new classes, one of which is an AP Studio Art class.

Taught by art teacher Mrs. Kohler,…

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The Evolution of Gym Class: Part I
Features

Alexa Fisher | December 19, 2018

To some, it was the most exhilarating part of their school day. To others, it was the slowest, most awkward 48 minutes of their life. Whether a student hated it or loved it, gym class was, and still is,…

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For the Love of the Sport
Sports

Bailynn Bradley | December 14, 2018

Starting at the bottom and working your  way up to your goals is only possible with consistent effort and dedication. 

2005 Dallastown graduate Brian Tucker started wrestling at age five. Now, at…

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