Why you should wear a chronograph to prom

Why you should wear a chronograph to prom

Sarah Pinkowski, Reporter

April 17, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinions, Showcase, Sports

Prom is one of the most important days of a high school student’s life. It’s the dance that almost every student has been looking forward to since the beginning of their freshman year. Hair, makeup and nail appointments are set up months in advance, the entire first half of the year is spent tryin...

Take the Young Politicians Gubernatorial Poll

Take the Young Politicians Gubernatorial Poll

Rachel Perry, Features Editor

February 26, 2018


Filed under Opinions

In wake of the upcoming Illinois elections, Young Politicians club created a poll to gather research on how York students are feeling towards the elections. Ranging from the sheriff election to Illinois Attorney General election, this poll covers it all.   Click this link to access it. https://go...

Breaking social barriers in the digital age

Breaking social barriers in the digital age

Nate Swanson, Photo Editor

February 21, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

It seems that in order to avoid any uncomfortable small talk with strangers, young people, and adults, too, will resort keeping their eyes locked on their phone screens. Whether they’re sitting on a bench and someone sits next to them or standing in line trying to avoid eye contact, people will find a...

The feminist overcorrection

The feminist overcorrection

Gracie Tully, Editor-in-Chief

February 20, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

The feminist movement has been trucking on for well over a century, making accomplishments left and right since they snagged the vote in 1920. Though not always well-respected, the feminist campaign has taken over much of today’s culture, and is the backbone of many political movements and ideolog...

The importance of scholarships

The importance of scholarships

Honey Tey, Business Manager

January 31, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Unless you’re the lucky few who can afford to go to the college/universities you want with all expenses paid by your parents, you’re like the rest of the population: scumming for any money colleges are willing to throw out at you. Unlike the price back in the old days, going to college is a lot more ...

Wake up to the idea of starting later

Wake up to the idea of starting later

Molly Braun, News Editor

January 31, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinions, Showcase

Exhaustion seems to be the defining factor of what makes a high schooler a high schooler. Tired and overworked, students stumble out of bed at an ungodly hour to head to school when it’s still dark.   There’s a simple solution to this: starting later.   Starting later would re...

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