Articles By: johnathan roberts

Raking it up > With bases loaded, freshman Connor Hill walks up to the plate and does his usual routine before the pitch. “First I take a deep breath, then fix my batting gloves and think about what I’m going to do,” Hill said. “Then finally I tap the plate in the shape of a cross to thank god for letting me have the opportunity, then I do what I do”. Photo by Luke Roberts

Far and Hard

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D.C. Trip, Is It Worth It?

D.C. Trip, Is It Worth It?

The sophomore English classes will be taking a trip to Washington, D.C. on March 10 to visit the Holocaust Museum. “I’ve been to the museum in 8th grade and it is about the Holocaust and the history of it,” sophomore Anthony Tomasko said. English Teacher Elizabeth Gurkin said, “During the Washington, D.C. trip students first get to explore the Holocaust […]

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Camryn Thomas

Camryn Thomas

When on her first mission trip in West Virginia freshman Camryn Thomas was inspired to help people. She doesn’t want her travel to stop there though. “I’d like to go somewhere to help people, like Africa,” Thomas said. She thinks that the most important quote she has heard was about perspective. “Perspective can help you view situations in other people’s […]

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