What did Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg mean to York Community High School?

Mourners gather outside of the Supreme Court following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. They left flowers and signs in tribute to the American feminist icon. Ginsburg became the first woman and first Jewish person to lie in state at the United States Capitol.

Lucy Valeski, Editor-In-Chief

September 25, 2020

Supreme Court Justice and American icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at the age of 87 on Friday, Sept. 18, 2020 in her Washington home after battling pancreatic cancer. Justice Ginsburg, often referred to as “the Notorious RBG”, paved the way for women in law as the second female Supreme Court Justice. S...

The Top-Ten Hallway Quotes Without Context Ranked

York students converse in a 2018 assembly.

Jackie Cimino, Reporter

September 11, 2020

Miss the York hallways? Yeah, so do I. The laughter, the unnecessary screeching, but most of all, the random conversations. My sophomore year of high school I realized  the things said in the hallway just needed to be documented, and I started a list. I ranked the top ten craziest things I overheard...

NFL U: Ranking the top colleges for critical positions (2000-2020)

Matt Leinart celebrates with head coach Pete Carroll after winning the 2005 Orange Bowl against Oklahoma.

Joey Leonardo and AJ Datoli

May 4, 2020

When the NBA announced the suspension of their season on March 11 of this year, sports fans across the globe became confused and worried about the effects the COVID-19 pandemic might have on our beloved sports. Shortly after the suspension of the NBA regular season, we saw the NHL do the same, the ML...

The film industry slowly becomes more diverse, but the Academy Awards are still behind

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Lucy Valeski, A&E Editor

April 23, 2020

In the past decade, moviegoers have been pushing for more diverse representation at the Academy awards. However, in 2020, only one person of color was nominated in an acting category, only male directors garnered nominations and seven of the nine nominated Best Pictures had a straight white male prota...

We Don’t Know

The York fan cavalry shows up in droves to support the York Dukes Cross Country teams. Nov. 9, 2019. Photo by Grace Moriarty.

Jack Castanoli, Reporter

April 6, 2020

To the Class of 2020: we don’t know. We don’t know when this virus will end. We don’t know when we’ll be able to go out on a Saturday night again, when we’ll be able to drive endlessly through town, when we’ll be able to seamlessly go out with our friends at random, when we’ll be able to hu...

March Madness: A what if

Due to concerns surrounding COVID-19 college basketball's culminating tournament, March Madness, has been cancelled.

Jake Hansmann, Sports Editor

April 4, 2020

Due to COVID-19, on March 12, 2020, for the first time ever, NCAA’s men’s and women’s March Madness was canceled along with all other NCAA winter championships and all NCAA spring sport seasons. On the day that would have been the concluding game to the big dance, we look back at what may have s...