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Press Release: Athlete of the Week; December 31, 2018-January 5, 2019.

Press Release: Athlete of the Week; December 31, 2018-January 5, 2019.

January 22, 2019

Lettermen’s Club Athlete of the Week December 31, 2018 – January 05, 2019   David Marinchak Last week in the section meet against Armstrong, Senior David Marinchak was part of four 1st place finishes.  As an...

Press Release: Kennametal Young Engineers Program Graduation

Press Release: Kennametal Young Engineers Program Graduation

January 11, 2019

Students from Greater Latrobe recently participated in the Kennametal Young Engineers Program graduation. This semester students were challenged to design and construct a machine capable of emulating...

Sofia Herr

Sofia Herr

William Beddick, News Editor

January 4, 2019

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, School News, Showcase, Student Features

“I started to take art seriously in the sixth grade, but I’ve always been drawing since I was little.” said rising artist, Sofia Herr. Since the age of five, Herr was doodling in sketchbooks fil...

See It to Believe It

See It to Believe It

December 21, 2018

When it comes to holiday decorations, the Hill family takes it to the next level.  You may have passed the grand display of Christmas lights covering their house coordinating with carols while driving the b...

Brady Pevarnik Building his Own Legacy

Brady Pevarnik Building his Own Legacy

December 20, 2018

“I am my own person. I am Brady Pevarnik. I’m not Arnold Palmer or Jack Nicklaus. I am just trying to be me and not anyone else,” said Brady Pevarnik, C 19 and Pennsylvania State University D1 c...

“High Hopes” for rising musician at GLSD

“High Hopes” for rising musician at GLSD

Ryan Young, Editor-In-Chief

December 16, 2018

Filed under Features, News, School News, Student Features

The AUX cord buzzes. The leather snaps. The fifth fret vibrates as the first momentous note hums through the speaker. It’s another day for senior Alexander Petrie and his cherished guitar. Petrie...

FCA President Mike Ross listens to God’s call on his life

FCA President Mike Ross listens to God’s call on his life

December 6, 2018

With headphones on and Alan Jackson music blaring, senior Mike Ross strives to outdo his last set with higher weights and more reps. Outside the gym Ross tunes his ear to hear God’s voice as he prepar...

Press Release: Athlete of the Week for Nov. 12-17

Press Release: Athlete of the Week for Nov. 12-17

December 3, 2018

Lettermen’s Club Athlete of the Week November 12 – 17, 2018 Zakh Williams Senior Zakh Williams was a leader for the football team on both sides of the ball this year.  Offensively he had 21 receptions for 46...

November Breakfast of Champions

Anne Dalton, Managing Editor

December 3, 2018

Filed under School News, Student Features

On November 15, 2018, faculty members nominated six students ranging from freshman to seniors at this month's breakfast. November Breakfast of Champions (left to right): Matthew Sterrett by social studies teacher Todd Simpson, Aaliyah Boone by art teacher Lindsey Page, Blake Baughman by German teacher Oliver Kiefer, Anne Dalton by language arts teacher Renee Stallings, Carrie Lenz by social studies teacher Kara Leeper,...

Bruised Brains: More than the Eyes Can See

Bruised Brains: More than the Eyes Can See

Johna Roche, Assistant Editor in Chief

November 28, 2018

Filed under Student Features

Imagine sitting in class, trying to concentrate, but the thud in your head just can’t stop. Boom, boom, boom. Every little sound is ten times louder and the lights seem brighter than they really are. ...

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...

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...

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