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Chris Rodell Inspires the High Post Writers

Chris Rodell Inspires the High Post Writers

November 27, 2018

Chris Rodel has lived his life through happiness.  On Wednesday, October 23, author Chris Rodell visited the Greater Latrobe Journalism Class and gave the students a bit of inspiration.  He gave us in...

Optimal Organization

Optimal Organization

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

November 20, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Opinions, Photography, School News, Student Blogs

High school is full of responsibilities, obligations, and new experiences. Having different activities to juggle all at once can get stressful to keep track of at times. So to help students make the m...

Empower. Engage. Mobilize. Change.

Empower. Engage. Mobilize. Change.

November 20, 2018

Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) Club’s mission is to empower youth to stand up to the risks and pressures from peers that dare them from living a positive lifestyle. SADD visions a world ...

One big Kiwanis tree bears many branches

One big Kiwanis tree bears many branches

November 15, 2018

Key Club has kicked off another school year with the annual K-Family picnic at Hempfield Park in Greensburg on Saturday, September 30, 2018.  Kiwanis Club of Greensburg hosted the event under the non-...

Advocating Aevidum

Advocating Aevidum

November 15, 2018

Aevidum, “I’ve got your back.” This simple phrase is  derived from Latin roots and coined by students for a club that embraces relationships.  It should be heard more often as a way to connect ...

New Latrobe Police Chief Sleasman

New Latrobe Police Chief Sleasman

November 14, 2018

Latrobe police chief Jim Bumar retired from his 8.5 year reign as the chief and his 34.5 career being a part of the Latrobe Police Department on August 31st, 2018. Then, the Latrobe Police Department h...

Ethan Apple and His Unique Halloween Costumes

Ethan Apple and His Unique Halloween Costumes

Sofia Serge, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018

Filed under Features, Local News, News, Student Features, Uncategorized

What are you dressing up as for Halloween this year? Something common, like a vampire? A zombie? Maybe just a mask? Are you even dressing up? Well, for GLSD senior Ethan Apple, it has become a traditio...

Fall Leaf Lanterns

Sydney Laidacker, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Photography

         Fall Leaf Lanterns Materials: Fake leaves (or real) Mason jar Mod podge or watered down glue (optional) Tacky Glue Small LED candles or tea light candles Sponge brushes or paint brushes (only if you are using mod podge or watered down glue) Raffia Ribbon or yarn/reg. ribbon (optional)   Step 1: Take a leaf and use tacky glue to outline it in the glue. Step 2:stick it on the mason jar. Ste...

Advocating Aevidum

November 14, 2018

Filed under Features, News, Showcase, Student Features, Top Stories

Aevidum, “I’ve got your back.” This simple phrase is  derived from Latin roots and coined by students for a club that embraces relationships.  It should be heard more often as a way to connect people and build relationships. Aevidum is a nationwide movement originated at Cocalico High School in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania in response to a student’s suicide in 2003. Aevidum thrives because of the stories of...

Rise to BE a Champion

Rise to BE a Champion

November 11, 2018

October kicked off Breakfast of Champions, a program that honors a select number of students each month. From October through May, breakfast is provided in the Center for Student Creativity (CSC) at the...

5 minute Beginners Halloween Makeup

Sydney Laidacker, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

Wildcat: Materials: Orange, white, and black face paint (Optional) Black eyeliner Step 1:  Using the Orange face paint ally to the middle forehead, nose, and chin. (Make sure that you have a nice layered coat.) Step 2: Now use the orage to cover the cheekbones and up to the temples.  Fill in the rest of the space with the white face paint. Step 3: Using the black face paint or eyeliner make the muzzle to do this make the ...

Author Chris Rodell Inspires the High Post Writers

November 9, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Book Reviews, Features, School News

On Wednesday October 23, author Chris Rodell visited the Greater Latrobe Journalism Class and gave the students a bit of inspiration.  He gave us insight on how to become better writers. As a teenager Rodell decide he wanted to be an author. "I used to deliver newspapers and loved the idea there were men and women paid to tell stories. Then I began reading Mike Royko's columns and said, yep, that's what I want to do," sai...

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