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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...

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...

Trout in the Classroom is Back in Greater Latrobe

Trout in the Classroom is Back in Greater Latrobe

December 13, 2018

In second grade, I had a monarch butterfly as a class pet, but he did not have a name. In fourth grade, I had a beta fish as a class pet, his name was Beta. Clever right? Thinking about this topic, have...

Is Civility Dead? From false accusations to character attacks, will we ever regain decency?

Ryan Young, Editor-In-Chief

November 27, 2018

Filed under Local News, National News, News, Opinions, School News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

With the midterms officially over and the House majority now held by the Democrats, it is important that our country begins to work together and listen to one another without shouting or engaging in name calling. Civilization requires civility. In an era where false accusations can destroy a person’s career, where a single tweet can cause the death of a depressed soul, where a malicious lie can destroy an entire family’...

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...

All In The Timing Press Release

All In The Timing Press Release

November 7, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Greater Latrobe Senior High Students present “All in the Timing”   DATES: November 9 and 10, 2018 TIME: 7:30 PM in the SHS Auditorium TICKETS: $10 Adults and $8 for Students...

From The Center: Let’s Keep This Rolling

From The Center: Let’s Keep This Rolling

October 24, 2018

       “Let’s keep this thing rolling and make a run into the playoffs brothers!” senior captain Reese Mueseler says to the Latrobe football team after beating the Plum Mustangs and t...

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...

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