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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...

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 ...

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...

It is almost time for you to start your adult life. Are You Ready?

Ryan Young, Editor-In-Chief

October 23, 2018

Filed under Creative Writing, Opinions, School News, Showcase

So it’s that time again... Seniors narrowing down on possible colleges, juniors beginning to study and prepare for the college entrance tests, and sophomores and freshman exploring possible areas of study... but are you ready? Every student, in every town, in every state, goes through this process. Parents and teachers encourage you to explore your options, and maintain that GPA, raise that SAT/ACT score, give it your...

Gone Too Soon

Gone Too Soon

William Beddick, News Editor

October 17, 2018

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

Six months ago, a Latrobe woman mysteriously went missing. Her blind dog was found and her burnt car was located a few days later. Now, the case feels cold. According to Kathe Gross, the police are dum...

Walking in the Field of Medicine

Walking in the Field of Medicine

October 15, 2018

One may feel anxious feelings when stepping foot into a suspenseful situation.  UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh makes children feel as if the reality of unfortunate conditions are not affecting th...

Meet Your 2018-2019 Staff

Meet Your 2018-2019 Staff

September 14, 2018

   

James Ragan: Be Aware and Be There

Kasey Lettrich, Editor in Chief

May 8, 2018

Filed under Features, Showcase

James Ragan can be described by many words, an activist, a poet, a screenwriter, an optimist, a dreamer.  Ragan has made many changes in this world and he begins by saying “yes” to anything. Ragan spoke at GLHS on March 22, 2018 and inspired many students and writers to just say “yes”.  He believes whatever has been placed in front of him is an opportunity he must take. This lifestyle has allowed him to bring change...

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