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Rise to the Top

Rise to the Top

Anne Dalton, Managing Editor

September 3, 2019

“Live your life with integrity,” said Joyce Yin, class of 2019 valedictorian.  Mrs. Pompelia taught her this and Yin has been sticking to it ever since in order to reach her goals. Yin’s str...

Sigut Shoots for the Stars

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

September 3, 2019

Hardwork and dedication pays off for Lauren Sigut, a motivated and ambitious graduate of Greater Latrobe, as she earned the title of Salutatorian. From her school involvement to her bright personality, there is so much she will continue to achieve in the future.   After contemplating on her college and career options, she came to a fulfilling choice at Georgia Institute of Technology. The school stood out to her...

More Than A Crown

More Than A Crown

May 14, 2019

Miss Agriculture USA is a unique program that is much more than the prize. Through pageantry, senior Hannah Noel has been able to share her passion with others.  As an agvocate, her main focus is to ...

A Look at EWCTC

A Look at EWCTC

May 14, 2019

Allied Health This program is an eighteen-week internship offered to students at Greater Latrobe, Derry, and Ligonier Valley who may be interested in a career in the healthcare industry.  During t...

Lax to the Max

Lax to the Max

March 31, 2019

The bright lights of Rossi Field are shining down on the players scrambling for the ball. It’s a dog fight, the ball still on the field. It’s picked up with 5 seconds left on the clock. No hesitatio...

NAHS Students Help Life Skills Students Express their Creativity

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

March 13, 2019

Bright smiles and eager eyes, life skills students from Latrobe Elementary School were excited to participate in an art lesson, art tour, and music show at Latrobe High School on February 26, 2019.   Two groups of students arrived at the high school, 1st-3rd and 4th-6th graders, some of whom started off their fun-filled day with an art lesson conducted by members of the National Art Honor Society. Each member wa...

Kayla Holsopple + Music = Perfect Match

Tayler Weaver, Staff Writer

March 12, 2019

Kayla Holsopple is not your typical Greater Latrobe senior. She is the conductor of the senior high marching band and is striving toward her dream of a career in music every day. She first started playing the trumpet in the fifth grade. “I was convinced by Jacob Burkey and Jaden Getz because they really wanted me to be a part of the camaraderie,” says Holsopple, “I have since switched to playing the tuba, and real...

Head Above Water

Head Above Water

March 12, 2019

It is seven in the morning on a dark and cold Saturday. The cold water of the GLSHS Natatorium runs through Jordyn Miller’s body as she dives in. Early practices like those are most common on weeken...

Welcome to the Block Party

Welcome to the Block Party

Johna Roche, Assistant Editor in Chief

March 11, 2019

It’s match point. The pressure is on. The nerves kick in. Each player dreams of this moment. Playing your high school’s biggest rival turns into a backyard brawl. Your coach is counting on those on t...

Press Release: Man of La Mancha

Press Release: Man of La Mancha

February 21, 2019

Man of La Mancha written by Dale Wasserman music by Mitch Leigh lyrics by Joe Darion original production staged by Albert Marre originally produced by Albert W. Selden and Hal James Produced under ...

The Love Between a Mother and Daughter

The Love Between a Mother and Daughter

Anne Dalton, Managing Editor

February 18, 2019

When high school senior Cortnie Plows found out she was pregnant in March of 2018, she knew her life was going to change drastically. Throughout the pregnancy, adoption crossed her mind. Her motivatio...

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