SV student section set for Friday’s big game

SV student section set for Friday’s big game

Joe Demeis, Staff Writer

November 15, 2016


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The Seneca Valley student section is one of, if not, the best, student section in the WPIAL. James Parey, the Student Section King, is very proud of his student section, “To think that the Seneca Valley student section has done a phenomenal job in representing their school is definitely an understatement....

First Self-Driving Uber Cars on the Streets in Pittsburgh

First Self-Driving Uber Cars on the Streets in Pittsburgh

Sydney Gibson, Staff Writer

November 15, 2016


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On September 14, Uber announced they had been testing driverless cars in Pittsburgh and had officially released the first Self-Driving Ubers to improve technology and progress their company. A representative in their newsroom stated, "A year and a half ago, Uber set up an Advanced Technologies Center...

The tragic story of Bethany Thompson

Tommy Conroy, Staff Writer

November 7, 2016


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Bethany Thompson was an 11 year old girl from Cable, Ohio. She was a sixth grader attending Triad Local Schools. Her interests included swimming, coloring, shopping -- especially Goodwill-- music, superheroes and Pokemon. She loved horseback riding, animals, and her family. She dreamed of being a veterinarian...

8 easy and healthy snacks for midterms week

8 easy and healthy snacks for midterms week

Katie Clark, Staff writer

October 31, 2016


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Frozen-yogurt Covered Berries Pick your favorite berry, as well as a yogurt to create the ultimate flavor explosion.  Berries, such as blueberries, strawberries, and blackberries, have fantastic health benefits.  Blueberries have an abundance of antioxidants to help keep your memory sharp.  S...

10 things I learned while applying to college

Caroline Foley, Staff Writer

October 31, 2016


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It's the beginning of senior year, and I have begun the equally exciting and terrifying process of applying to college. Here's what I've learned so far: You are not special: Everyone is smart and does activities and sports, so unless you’re running your own non-profit or are an astronaut in trai...

If You Could Vote…

If You Could Vote…

Sarah Ierino, Staff Writer

October 25, 2016


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The question of who to vote for has been on the minds of everyone prepared to vote, so who would the people who aren’t old enough to vote yet vote for? I went around asking various people around my age the same question, “If you could vote, who would you vote for and why?” Everyone had their...

The Seneca Valley Girls’ Soccer Team is supporting a lip balm fundraiser for Isaiah’s Wish

The Seneca Valley Girls’ Soccer Team is supporting a lip balm fundraiser for Isaiah’s Wish

Sydney Gibson, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016


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Late this September, donation bins were placed around the Middle School, the Intermediate High School and the Senior High School to collect unopened Lip Smackers and Avon lip balms in support of Isaiah's Wish to aid in calming children who have to undergo surgery. Isaiah is a seven year old boy that...

The Man, The Myth, The Legend: Ken Bone

The Man, The Myth, The Legend: Ken Bone

Joe Demeis, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016


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On Sunday, October 9, 2016, the second presidential debate was held in St. Louis, Missouri. Finally, America fell in love with somebody on the debate stage, but it wasn’t Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. It was Kenneth Bone. Ken Bone was an undecided voter. Forty uncommitted registered voters from...

Hallways: It’s not that hard.

Patrick Inman, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016


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For years high-school students have had to deal with a major dilemma lurking among their lives: hallways. A question that seems to enter every pre-pubescent child's mind as he or she wanders the depths of school  goes as follows: Why do people not know how to walk in the hallway? There are far too...

Giant Pandas No Longer Critically Endangered

Caroline Foley, Staff Writer

October 22, 2016


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The International Union for Conservation of Nature has officially removed the giant panda from the list of endangered animals. The giant panda, an international symbol of wildlife conservation efforts, was recently removed from the list of endangered species because of successful efforts by the Chinese...

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