• “Mockingjay: Part One” improves on novel

    By Garrett Strother Entertainment Editor Amid the constant stream of young-adult dystopian-novels-turned films, a select few stand out from the crowd. Perhaps the most popular and notable example is The Hunger Games franchise, whose most recent installment “Mockingjay: Part One” arrived Nov. 21. “Mockingjay” shows that the films have earned that place all on their own, even standing apart from […]

    “Mockingjay: Part One” improves on novel
  • Your guide to documentary streaming

    By Kelly Schoessling Editor-in-Chief

    Your guide to documentary streaming
  • Thanksgiving with the Chwałas

    By Krzys Chwala Copy Editor Our Thanksgiving feast includes traditional dishes like turkey, cranberry sauce and sweet potatoes, but for our desert, we go back to our Polish roots. Below you’ll find a few recipes featured on our Thanksgiving menu. Fun fact: It’s Polish tradition to bake a turkey for the new year, just like it is here in America […]

    Thanksgiving with the Chwałas
  • Activities, sports give back

    By Shannon Smith Executive In-Depth Editor Cammy Can Cross Country coach Pete Wintermute’s friends, Bill and Jackie Babiarz, were the first of their friends to have a child, Cammy. A short while after Cammy was born, Wintermute’s son, Bobby, was born. After about a year of watching both Cammy and Bobby grow up together, Bobby was passing Cammy up on major milestones […]

    Activities, sports give back
  • Junie: Prospect’s Top Dog

    By Flynn Geraghty Features Editor A day in the life of Prospect High School’s counseling dog, Junie.

  • ‘Gone Girl’ proves more complex than expected

    By Rachel Parks Features Editor I want to start out by saying that I am a sucker for romance. In any movie, book or TV show, I just want the main characters to end up living happily ever after. This applies to when I first saw Gone Girl, a mystery film adapted from Gilliab Flynn’s 2012 novel, surprisingly named “Gone Girl”. […]

    ‘Gone Girl’ proves more complex than expected
  • Smithsonian Zoo active conservationist, too

    By Spencer Ball and Molly Mueller Online Editor and Online Executive Sports Editor The pursuit of journalism is that of the incessant need to report fact and inform the public, whether it be about a topic of crucial and urgent importance or simple tales of intrigue. Jane Scholz knew this life all too well, starting the pursuit as a lowly […]

  • Behind the scenes of a haunted house

    By Alyssa Duetch Online Broadcast Editor

  • Local houses go all out for Halloween

    By Jack McDermott Online Editor-in-Chief

  • Veganize Me

    By Caroline Binley Copy Editor It’s easy to understand that meat is murder. Whether you care enough to go vegetarian or not, you probably understand the basic logic behind the diet: animals don’t deserve to die, so let’s stop killing them. It’s a lot more difficult to understand the argument that eating any animal products — even things that seem […]

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Smithsonian Zoo active conservationist, too

November 7, 2014 at 9:53 pm

By Spencer Ball and Molly Mueller Online Editor and Online Executive Sports Editor The pursuit of journalism is that of the incessant need to report fact and inform the public,...

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Behind the scenes of the morning announcements

November 25, 2014 at 7:04 pm

By Eva Schacht Executive Online News Editor  

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Girls’ basketball begins season, secures first victory

Girls’ basketball begins season, secures first victory

November 21, 2014 at 1:54 am

By Beth Clifford Online Managing Editor The girls’ basketball team started off their season Wednesday night with a victory at York Community High School. The 2014-2015 team...

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Things to do over Thanksgiving break

November 24, 2014 at 6:40 pm

By Katy Ryan In-Depth Editor

Features »

Junie: Prospect’s Top Dog

Junie: Prospect’s Top Dog

November 20, 2014 at 3:27 am

By Flynn Geraghty Features Editor A day in the life of Prospect High School’s counseling dog, Junie.

  • Effects of fear on the Body

    By Diana Leane

    November 1, 2014 at 10:14 pm
  • Leigh Sapp: family matters
    Leigh Sapp: family matters

    By Catherine Meersman   Staff Writer During Maria Bakas’ first time at Prospect High School, eight years...

    October 20, 2014 at 6:01 pm
  • Riedy revels in fun, run

    By Amber Alerta Staff Writer Keith Bellof almost couldn’t bear it anymore. He felt the discomfort of being...

    October 20, 2014 at 5:40 pm

Opinion »

Veganize Me

October 29, 2014 at 12:11 am

By Caroline Binley Copy Editor It’s easy to understand that meat is murder. Whether you care enough to go vegetarian or not, you probably understand the basic logic behind...

  • Title IX still relevant
    Title IX still relevant

    By Katy Ryan In-Depth Editor  Title IX (9) is a law that requires gender equality in everything that has to do...

    October 17, 2014 at 5:43 pm
  • Disconnect
    Disconnect

    By Lauren Miller Online Associate Editor-in-Chief We are so “connected” that almost anything and everything...

    October 15, 2014 at 11:10 am
  • Would you like a shotgun with those fries?
    Would you like a shotgun with those fries?

    By  Elai Kobayashi-Solomon Opinion Editor As a proud and macho American, the only thing that I love more than...

    October 14, 2014 at 2:40 am