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Strong Minds Preserve

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

January 23, 2019

Filed under Features, Local News, News, School News

Sometimes, in life, challenges can come by surprise. Though, they can be dealt with through time, patience, and understanding.   On Tuesday, January 8, Mrs. Leeper, the law, global studies, and economics teacher, and Meah Ezykowsky, a 2016 graduate of Greater Latrobe High School, each had a chance to tell a story that greatly impacted their lives. They spoke about their personal experiences dealing with brain tumors ...

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...

A Closer Look Inside a Sheep Brain

A Closer Look Inside a Sheep Brain

Anne Dalton, Managing Editor

January 22, 2019

Filed under Features, School News

What would we do without our brains?  How would we process anything? This week, students in the anatomy classes dissected a sheep brain.  A once in a lifetime experience presented itself recently to ma...

Press Release: Athlete of the Week; December 3-8, 2018

Press Release: Athlete of the Week; December 3-8, 2018

January 22, 2019

Lettermen’s Club Athlete of the Week December 3 – 8, 2018   Reed Fenton   Senior Reed Fenton has helped the Boys Basketball team begin the season with a 5 – 0 record.  In the first weeke...

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...

High Tech High

High Tech High

January 4, 2019

At Greater Latrobe Senior High School, a new way of educating, commonly known as PBL, has begun in many classes. The biggest push for PBL has been through the field trip to High Tech High School in San...

Chick-Fil-A Leaders Hold Toy Drive For Children’s Hospital

Sofia Serge, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018

Filed under News, School News

Well, it’s that time of year, the time to celebrate and be kind, and of course share with others. And that’s just what the Chick-Fil-A leaders are doing. This holiday season the Chick-Fil-A leaders are having what they call Do Good December. Do Good December is when all of the leaders split up into three groups. The three groups are Do, Drive, and Deliver, and they come up with an idea to help out their community ...

Project Based Learning: Escaping To The 21st Century

Sofia Serge, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018

Filed under News

2 minutes left on the clock, you have all the clues but things aren’t adding up. Then, it hits you. You and the rest of your group quickly shout out the murderer. You have escaped the escape room. You may be shocked to learn that this escape room is actually taking place in our school, along with tons of other fun hands on learning activities. And these activities are being built by students. PBL stands for proje...

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...

Child wishes to receive Christmas cards from all over the World

Child wishes to receive Christmas cards from all over the World

Sydney Laidacker, Staff Writer

December 19, 2018

Filed under Features, Local News, National News, News, School News, Top Stories

At DuBois Area Middle School an 8th grader named Maddox Hyde was told he only has a few weeks to live and his wish is to receive Christmas Cards from all over the world.   Maddox has a very rare ca...

“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...

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