Throwback Thursday!

Throwback Thursday!

Evelyn Vogel, Contributor

February 21, 2020

This week’s Throwback Thursday is a musical enthusiast, endeavoring cook, and explorer…outside of her career, of course. Growing up, she was incredibly talkative and social; working hard in school, participating in extracurriculars, and savoring the information she learned. It was, in part, thi...

Throw Back Thursday!

Throw Back Thursday!

Evelyn Vogel, Contributor

February 13, 2020

Give me a M! Give me a C! Give me a G! O! U! R… okay you get the point. Rocking the Erie McDowell cheerleading uniform is Seneca Valley's very own Mrs. McGourty in her sophomore year of high school. Sitting next to her is another Family and Consumer Science (FACS) teacher, Mindy Marshal, who works...

Throw Back Thursday!

Throw Back Thursday!

Evelyn Vogel, Contributor

January 30, 2020

That’s right, featured in our first ever Throwback Thursday is Mr. Ruggeri! The honors history teacher is renowned for his captivating lectures that provide an entertaining insight into various historical events, but what was he like before he became a fan favorite staff member? As fate would have...

Moore withdraws consideration due to ‘unrelenting attacks’

Nikolaus Schuster, Contributor

May 28, 2019

“Steve Moore, a great pro-growth economist and a truly fine person has decided to withdraw from the Fed process,” tweeted President Donald Trump after Stephen Moore withdrew his name from consideration to be on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. Stephen Moore, the Founding President of the Club...

Holidays: better now or before?

May 2, 2018

As Easter passes, I have, and I'm sure most of you have thought, "how underwhelming." As a kid I was always so excited for the Easter bunny to come. I was excited to go running around the house frantically looking for baskets full of sweets and eggs filled with quarters. As I got older, all the joy disappears...

Battle of the Sexes: Valentine’s Day expectations

Patrick Inman and Sarah Ierino

February 14, 2018

Love is in the air. It's that time of the year again where couples put all issues aside to enjoy each other's company, and single people drown in their own misery or celebrate because they aren't tied down yet. As Valentine's Day approaches each year, couple's tend to set expectations in their head...

10 Valentine’s Day DIY gifts and decorations

February 2, 2018

December is all about Christmas, and January is about brand new beginnings and resolutions. The only thing to look forward to in February is Valentine’s Day, and it only lasts one day. Luckily, you can make Valentine’s Day a little more festive with cool gifts and decorations. The best part is that...

Teacher Feature- Mr. Dickey

Teacher Feature- Mr. Dickey

Keersten Young

January 11, 2018

This month's teacher feature article is highlighting Mr. Dickey, a former student that attended Seneca Valley before he became an AP and CHS statistics teacher at the senior high. Dickey, who is experiencing his first year being a full time teacher here at SV, was not very nervous to start because...

Battle of the Sexes: School Dress Code

Battle of the Sexes: School Dress Code

Tommy Conroy and Keersten Young

November 21, 2017

You'd be hard pressed to find a more hot button topic amongst students at Seneca Valley than the school's dress code. Does the dress code discriminate against girls and limit their creativity and expression? Or is it just a minor issue blown out of proportion? Everyone has their own opinion on the matter,...

Teacher feature

Teacher feature

November 13, 2017

How can one be chosen for teacher of the month? What makes someone applicable for this honorary position? Seneca Valley Senior High Librarian, Michael Stebbins, embodies those principles of such a person. Since the 2000-2001 school year, Stebbins has been teaching at SV. This was after he graduated...

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