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Oldies vs. Newbies

Kara Ragan, Co-Student Life Editor
October 8, 2015
Filed under Student Life

Freshmen are moving in, and seniors are preparing to move out. What are they feeling about our new facility? The main difference between freshmen and seniors is the level of experience they have. Seniors spent their first three years in the old school, while the freshmen are getting into the swing...

Clubs create opportunities

Clubs create opportunities

Kara Ragan, Co-Student Life Editor
October 8, 2015
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

A new school year opens up a world of possibilities for student extra-curricular involvement. Boosting Engineering, Science, and Technology (BEST) has 76 students signed up this year. The teams within the club include the design team, t-shirt team, marketing team, website team, display team and a...

Student realizes life is fragile

Colten Penner, 21st Century Journalism
February 4, 2015
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

OH CRAP! That was the only thought running through Lane Coulter’s, 9, mind when he lost control, and the 2004 Hyundai Sonata uprooted a tree. Lane was alone. Overcoming an almost fatal car crash made Lane and his family realize how life is fragile. Lane was participating in football, baseball, and bask...

Colby Wallace: On and Off Stage

Payton Lear, 21st Century Journalism
February 3, 2015
Filed under Showcase, Student Life, Uncategorized

“My passion for music is so big, there’s just so much to it that I could just explore music for days upon days, it’s just so easy to get lost in music,” said Colby Wallace, 12. Wallace is a senior at Circle who doesn’t just sing in the choir, he participates in musicals, SADD, STUCO, and dr...

Paradise Doll Museum and hospital is truly a doll’s paradise

Kiara Barrett, 21st Century Journalism
February 3, 2015
Filed under Student Life

From the outside, the Paradise Doll Museum and Hospital, located at 119 S. 6th St in Towanda, is small and simple. The museum is actually full of surprises. Walking through the door one is instantly greeted with a warm welcoming breeze. One stands in a small room with a table and two chairs, and a shelf...

A heart to heart with the Hartleys

A heart to heart with the Hartleys

Cameron Straw, 21st Century Journalism
February 2, 2015
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Between a glass blowing business, a basketball fanatic, two-dogs in a same sex relationship, and two profoundly disabled children, the Hartley family is constantly up to new and exciting shenanigans but never forgetting to laugh along the way. Most people would say spending time with such an easygoing,...

‘Everything happens for a reason’

Dylan Meier, 21st Century Journalism
January 22, 2015
Filed under Student Life

“I was over there for three weeks for a bonding time I had to do and the first time I saw him it was an out of body experience.  Here comes this little guy walking down this dark hallway with one of the workers and he didn’t speak my language and I didn’t speak his,” Rolaine Hetherington, of...

Augusta theater keeps retro vibe alive thanks to volunteers

Abi Iseman, 21st Century Journalism
January 14, 2015
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

The ceiling is covered with individual hand painted fiberboard panels. Murals decorate the interior walls with the first neon lights shining brightly across the red leather seats. Children’s eyes grow big with the sight of fresh popcorn exploding as it turns from kernels to fluffy pieces. The sounds...

Grace Meals: Feeding a hungry community

Jonam Gibbs, 21st Century Journalism
January 14, 2015
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Three men in winter coats step out of a white Ford Explorer holding Styrofoam carry out boxes. They walk up to a house in Towanda, with chipped paint, and a sagging roof, to ring the doorbell. They wait a few short moments before someone arrives at the door. They greet the person with a smile, hand them...

Community members shine light on kindness

Janessa Waltemath, 21st Century Journalism
December 19, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

“That day you and I talked, my plans were to go home after work and commit suicide.  Your kindness brought me back from the dark side,” David L Hill, founder of One Spark Foundation, said as he read aloud from a letter sent to him from a waitress.  Hill was in uncharitable person, but she inadvertently...

Europe 2015

Jackson Falkner, 21st Century Journalism
December 2, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Foreign language teacher Devin Naccarato is leading students on journey through Europe, in July of 2015. The purpose of the trip is to introduce students to new cultures and other ways of life, according to Naccarato. “In 2009, I studied in Europe as a college student, and still have a few connections...

Anything Goes!

Anything Goes!

Hayley Koontz, 21st Century Journalism
November 25, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

The musical “Anything Goes” took place November 14-16; students and directors prepared the production for opening night in the auditorium. “Anything Goes” was held Friday and Saturday night at 7:00 PM, Sunday at 2:00 PM. The play was set on a cruise ship travelling to London and followed the...

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