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Seven Reasons Why Fantasy Football is the Worst Thing Ever

By Matt Tulli Every fall, a large percentage of the American population enjoys playing football. It may be high school, college, professional, flag, whatever. Then there are those dummies who play fantasy football. Fantasy football isn’t even a sport. Also, it’s probably the worst thing ever. It takes no skill whatsoever, and you can play […]

Elaine Bennis who is a paraeducator said, “ I like going on hikes and walks with family.”

Staff share interests and hobbies

By Brooke Swinehart Students don’t always view staff as individuals, instead viewing them as  a whole. Teachers and staff members are people with interests and hobbies just like you and me. Just knowing people in a work or school environment doesn’t necessarily depict what their interests are and some people might surprise you.

Senior Caleb Breidenbaugh plays a marimba.

Percussion ensemble: What is it?

By Peyton Cassel Breidenbaugh Percussion ensemble is a group that uses marimbas, vibraphones, bells, and other keyboard instruments to rehearse and perform during the school year. Directed by Luke Helker, the ensemble plays a variety of contemporary classical music. The group has 18 members total, and its participants are Penn Manor High School students. According […]

Sports

Schriver’s 40 Point Game Leads Comets to Overtime Win Over Buckskins

By Jake Herr The initial blast of energy walking into Penn Manor’s game on Jan 15 was exhilarating. With everyone standing on both sides of the court cheering, the JV game was tied in overtime. Penn Manor’s JV team would go on to lose the game by a thrilling two points. Little did everyone know that […]

Boys Basketball Wins Home Opener Against Ephrata: Analysis

  By Jake Herr The sea of white slowly fills into the bleachers as Penn Manor’s boys basketball team prepares for their first home game of the 2015 season on Dec. 10 against the Ephrata Mounts. “White Out” was the theme of the game for Penn Manor’s student section. It was also Penn Manor’s annual […]

Seven Reasons Why Fantasy Football is the Worst Thing Ever

By Matt Tulli Every fall, a large percentage of the American population enjoys playing football. It may be high school, college, professional, flag, whatever. Then there are those dummies who play fantasy football. Fantasy football isn’t even a sport. Also, it’s probably the worst thing ever. It takes no skill whatsoever, and you can play […]

School Happenings

Elaine Bennis who is a paraeducator said, “ I like going on hikes and walks with family.”

Staff share interests and hobbies

By Brooke Swinehart Students don’t always view staff as individuals, instead viewing them as  a whole. Teachers and staff members are people with interests and hobbies just like you and me. Just knowing people in a work or school environment doesn’t necessarily depict what their interests are and some people might surprise you.

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Penn Manor acknowledges National Bullying Prevention Month

By Brooke Swinehart October is National Bullying Prevention M onth. The purpose is to unite, and raise awareness in communities nationwide to educate and raise awareness of bullying prevention. Penn Manor has an Aevidum club that creates a positive mental health environment, where all students feel accepted, acknowledged, appreciated, and cared for in schools. “ […]

Students at Penn Manor High School are now allowed to use cell phones in the hallways between classes.

Penn Manor changes cell phone policy

By Brooke Swinehart Students attending Penn Manor High School are now allowed to use their cell phones and other devices during the day. The Penn Manor school board revised the cell phone policy to adjust to the the rise of technology. Students are now allowed to use cell phones during lunch and in the hallways. […]

Opinion

Schriver’s 40 Point Game Leads Comets to Overtime Win Over Buckskins

By Jake Herr The initial blast of energy walking into Penn Manor’s game on Jan 15 was exhilarating. With everyone standing on both sides of the court cheering, the JV game was tied in overtime. Penn Manor’s JV team would go on to lose the game by a thrilling two points. Little did everyone know that […]

Boys Basketball Wins Home Opener Against Ephrata: Analysis

  By Jake Herr The sea of white slowly fills into the bleachers as Penn Manor’s boys basketball team prepares for their first home game of the 2015 season on Dec. 10 against the Ephrata Mounts. “White Out” was the theme of the game for Penn Manor’s student section. It was also Penn Manor’s annual […]

Consumerism Overshadows Christmas

By Maria Lopez December has arrived, and with it all the magic of the season. Christmas is known for been the holiday that brings happiness and joy between families and friends, but what type of happiness are we looking for this time of the year? Many people see Christmas as the perfect moment to buy […]