Color Guard accepting their very solid even though they are not silver medalist, their glad to have done it.
MAIN Guards Championship: The Final Dance
Arlene Fourrien and Anastasia Davis May 3, 2023

BASH Winter Guard is back from spring break and is ready for anything. Even after a trip to London and a week-long vacation, the team returned to it and won fourth place at...

View All
Sign Up for Our Email Updates!


* indicates required
Me, Morgan, and Mrs. Schaarschmidt on the seniors last day.
Note from the editor: Emma Wenerowicz
Emma Wenerowicz, Editor in Chief • May 24, 2023

Looking back on my time in high school, it's crazy to see how much has changed; these past four years have been a tidal wave, carrying me to new highs and lows. Through the...

View All
Art of Black Women With Natural Hair.
Let's Talk Black History: How To Protect My Crown
Arlene Fourrien, Contributor • February 23, 2023

Some people are born with different hair. It could be straight, wavy, curly, or coiled. And most of the time if it’s other than straight we...

Art of black American Jazz musicians playing together. For African American Music Appreciation Month (June).
Let's talk Black History: The sounds of souls in unison
Arlene Fourrien, Contributor • March 1, 2022

You might know artists like Beyonce, Tupac, Lizzo, Cardi B, Nicki Minaj, and more. But have you also heard of Lauryn Hill, Aretha Franklin, Ella...

View All
Mortality of Music
Hannah Paul and edited by Arlene Fourrien May 5, 2023

If eyes are the window to the soul, then why are all pupils shadows? One cannot see into a dark room, and I could not see past the silhouette....

The Mystery of…
Sydnee Coy and Chloe Ott February 25, 2020

Sickly white hands Pale grey eyes As innocent as a mockingbird  Watched by family Kept inside Quiet, shy and lonely No mom, no dad Just...

View All
Berks Country Earth Day event will be held at Reading City Park.
Earth Day: A history & local events
John Loos, Correspondent • April 20, 2023

Earth Day is an annual international day meant to raise awareness for the Earth and environmental protection. People spend the day at events, cleaning up pollution, planting plants, and more! The Earth Day Network says that over one billion people have participated in Earth Day affairs. History of Earth Day The 1960’s was a prime example of what happens without environmental protection laws....

Continue Reading
PODCAST: Keeping Up With Coronavirus Episode 5
PODCAST: "Keeping Up With Coronavirus" Episode 5
Jocelyn Lear, Editor-in-Chief • March 25, 2020

Keeping Up With Coronavirus is an “as-needed” podcast, meaning if there’s no news, there’s no episode. Get a brief update about the pandemic so you can get on with your day! In this very short episode, hear about the stimulus package set to pass in the Senate.

Continue Reading