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Writing Prompt

Alli Himler, Staff Writer

May 30, 2020

People all around the world are searching for ways to keep themselves occupied while staying home. Coloring, baking, sewing, reading, crafting, exercising, and even cleaning are just a few of the ways people are finding to burst their bubbles of boredom. Look no further! The rules are simple; find some way (literally, any way!) to incorporate the noun and verb into a story together while staying within the word count. Cr...

Recipe Review: Single Serving Chocolate Chip Cookies

Recipe Review: Single Serving Chocolate Chip Cookies

May 30, 2020

This recipe is super simple and I highly recommend baking these cookies if you’re in the mood for a chocolate chip cookie, but don’t want a ton sitting around the house!

Chick-fil-a Leadership Academy: Project Highlight

Chick-fil-a Leadership Academy: Project Highlight

May 30, 2020

It is in times of trouble that leaders are able to set themselves apart from everyone else. Chick-fil-a Leadership Academy is a group for highschool students from across the nation with a focus on maki...

“One way I have kept myself busy through this pandemic is growing in my photography skills. I’m enrolled in the photography class but aside from that I enjoy doing it in my free time. This photo is just one example of many that I have been working on. Although images alone are simple it has a deeper and darker meaning. Photography is a great way to capture memories and current events as well as a super fun hobby to pass the time!!” -Hannah Gentilo

Creativity From Quarantine 2020

May 30, 2020

Amid the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic, the majority of Pennsylvania residents have been staying home to protect themselves and their community from the virus.  With so much time at home, particularly whil...

Ms. Baltzer is working with the Women's Choir on their parts in preparation for the Winter Concert.

Ms. Baltzer

January 13, 2020

Transitioning teachers is never an easy process for schools, so when Mrs. Kahn, who served for several years as Greater Latrobe’s Choral Director, decided it was time to move on from Greater Latrobe...

Mrs. Kahn With the Greater Latrobe Senior High

Alli Himler, Staff Writer

January 13, 2020

The Greater Latrobe School District focuses on and takes great pride in academics, athletics, and the arts. None of these would be possible without the indescribable talent of the staff and faculty who are the firm foundation that the students of Greater Latrobe stand upon. Over the summer, Mrs. Rachel G. Kahn, Director of the Choral Department, has come to the conclusion that it is time to move on from her position at Gr...

Sex Trafficking: A Growing Issue

Alli Himler, Staff Writer

January 13, 2020

Grocery stores are very busy on the weekends, Saturday in particular. Walmart was most definitely a zoo. The parking lot was packed. A mother and her daughter spent a good while searching for a decent spot, but given the number of cars, they were forced to find a space in the very back. The mother began to pull into a spot when her daughter spoke up. “Do not park here,” she said. Her mother, in confusion, began to interjec...

River City Brass Band Concert

Alli Himler, Staff Writer

January 13, 2020

The city of Pittsburgh is very unique and is known for a wide variety of different achievements. Some call it “The Steel City,” with over 300 steel-related businesses, and others know it to be the “City of Bridges,” with over 466 spanning across the three rivers, but there’s much more to a city than industry. Without music, Pittsburgh wouldn't be the city that it is today, which is why Pittsburgh is the proud hom...

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