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States Swimming & Diving

States Swimming & Diving

Molly Bobik, Staff

April 19, 2018

Filed under Brief News Updates, Features, Local News, Photography, School News, Sports, Student Features, Top Stories

Latrobe sent their top swimmer and diver Rylee Jackson (right) and Taylor Miller (left) to Bucknell University for States on Wednesday the 14th and Thursday the 15th of March. Rylee, a three time stat...

Pi Day Festivites

Pi Day Festivites

April 19, 2018

When most of us hear the word "pie," dessert is probably the first thing that pops into our minds. On March 14, 2018, Mathletes hosted "Pi day," commemorating the Greek letter Pi and Einstein, who's b...

New Orleans Band Trip

Molly Bobik, Staff

April 18, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Brief News Updates, Features, Photography, School News

The Latrobe marching band took a trip down south to the Bayous of New Orleans, Louisiana. The trip was inspired by the band’s soulful, jazz performance. The marching band spent a total of three days in New Orleans performing and experiencing the culture of that part of the United states. ...

Annie the Musical Impresses Audience

Annie the Musical Impresses Audience

April 17, 2018

On the weekend of the 18th, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, students from Greater Latrobe High School put together a fantastic production of the musical Annie. The cast and crew dedicated huge amounts...

Capstone Class Projects

Alexandria Potter, Features Editor

April 17, 2018

Filed under News, WCAT-TV

#MeToo

#MeToo

Maddie Stas, Staff Member

March 27, 2018

Filed under National News, Student Features, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Teen girls tend to worry about who Arie picked on this season of the Bachelor, or when the Weeknd is coming out with his new album. These things are the least of 17-year old’s Greta Bergman’s worri...

Dear Adult and People of Great Power

Cennedi Fry, Online Editor

March 26, 2018

Filed under News, Opinions

Dear adults and people of great power, I write to you today to let you know what has been going on in my world over the last few weeks. A great amount of things have happened, one of which has struck fear into the hearts of millions of students in the United States. Another school massacre, this one taking 17 lives of people who barely had the chance to live. It got me thinking “Do you feel safe coming to school e...

Record Breaker: Rylee Jackson

Molly Bobik, Staff

March 19, 2018

Filed under Features, School News, Sports, Student Features, Top Stories

Senior swimmer Rylee Jackson made quite a splash as she finished off her final year of high school swimming by crushing the 50 yard freestyle record. Since the age of ten, Rylee has been a competitive swimmer. She started her career with the Greater Latrobe Aqua Club (GLAC) team where she learned the basics of competitive swimming. Rylee then began to fall in love with the sport as she blossomed into an exceptional swimm...

17 Minutes for 17 Students

17 Minutes for 17 Students

Cennedi Fry, Online Editor

March 15, 2018

Filed under Features, News, School News, Top Stories

On February 14, 2018, 17 lives were lost at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Since the tragic event, school students across the nation have been walking out of classes for 17 minutes to honor the l...

Bisignani Battles The Boys

Bisignani Battles The Boys

March 13, 2018

As the swimming and diving season comes to a close, one girl will surely stick in the judges head. Lauren Bisignani will be remembered for her stellar freshman year as she took on the roll of diving alon...

Crime Scene Investigation

Crime Scene Investigation

Maura Rodgers, Staff Writer

March 13, 2018

Filed under Features, News, School News, Student Features

“CSI.”  “NCIS.” “Dateline.”  Greater Latrobe law students had the chance to experience what it was like to be a detective. On Saturday, January 20, Mrs. Leeper gathered 15 of her law students...

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