Dancing Off Cancer Uncategorized 

Dancing Off Cancer

On Friday, February 17th Penn State started their annual dance-a-thon at the Bryce Jordan Center. They danced to raise money for kids diagnosed with cancer. After 46 hours, many dancers finally sat down from being on their feet. Over 10 million dollars were raised for this event. Some of the dancers say that at the end, revealing the amount raised is great, but the hours before really count. Rebecca Febbo, a dancer, explained, “Kids are really important to me, and seeing them run around, having fun, and be carefree in…

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An Arrogant Presidency Uncategorized 

An Arrogant Presidency

It’s been roughly 40 days into President Trumps presidency, and many things have started to revolt at the White House. So far at the White House, what Trump has done is the Regulatory Form, Steam Protection, the Anti-Corruption Appeal, Police Protection, Border Security, and many others. Just the other day, President Donald Trump thinks that former President Obama is behind all the leaks in his administration. He believes that these leaks have disrupted his few days in White House. After being asked numerous questions by Fox News, he kept going…

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Adele Sends Her Love Uncategorized 

Adele Sends Her Love

Last night, Adele swept others off their feet at the 59th Grammy Awards along with Beyonce. Adele also went home with 5 total awards including one for album of the year. Beyonce, who has recently announced that she is having twins, told everyone why she is nicknamed “Queen Bey” with a strong medley of “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles.” This was a nine minute set that celebrated women and motherhood. Adele has opened up the show with her hit “hello,” and had then later performed an arrangement of George Michael’s “Fastlove”…

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Money Wasting Food 

Money Wasting

Over the past 5 years, more than 100,000 students have been rejecting school meals. Some districts in Pennsylvania were looked into about why there was so much rejection. In 2010, the Healthy and Hunger Free Kids Act changed what can be served in the nation’s lunchroom. The School Nutrition Association has stated that in Pennsylvania, the involvement of lunch has dropped by 119,000 people over the last 5 years. Also, during 2016, the National School Lunch Program fulfilled 30.3 million people which from 2010, it’s drop of 1.5 million. The…

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Calisthenics V. Weight Training Focus News 

Calisthenics V. Weight Training

By: Gavin Gilbert What is the one burning question that plagues the mind of all muscle-desiring ‘bros’ around the world?   “Should I lift weights, or do bodyweight exercises?”   And the answer to that question lies within another question: what are you trying to do?   If you really just wanna throw on muscle and serious mass, and aren’t particularly worried about strength, hit the weights. If you’re looking to not be quite so big, but have a lot of functional strength, use your own weight (calisthenics).   Lifting…

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Dead Malls: What Are They? Places 

Dead Malls: What Are They?

The official wikipedia definition of a dead mall is “a shopping mall with a high vacancy rate or low consumer traffic level, or that is dated or deteriorating in manor”. But what really is a dead mall, and what is causing them to spring up all across the United States? Many shopping malls have started to be considered ‘dead’ once the larger department stores like Sears and Macy’s start to leave the establishments due to lack of business but there’s much more to the ‘death’ of a shopping center than…

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NBC Students Save Lives News 

NBC Students Save Lives

The American Red Cross is calling on all eligible donors to step up and give blood or platelets to someone in need. The Red Cross says its blood supply has reached emergency levels, with 50,000 fewer donations than expected. This shortfall leaves about half the readily available blood products on hand today than at this time last year.   Northern Bedford High School students and some community members donated a portion of their blood on Friday, January 20 in the high school gymnasium to contribute to the blood drive. The…

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Mito Maniacs Spread Awareness Features Focus 

Mito Maniacs Spread Awareness

For many kids, getting to run around and play outside is the easiest thing to do, but for seven-year-old Mckenna the simplest action such as walking around the house can be a challenge.   Kenna was diagnosed with mitochondrial disease at birth and has had complications ever since. At birth, she was unable to tolerate feedings and vomited constantly, which was very acidic. It would constantly burn the skin on her face, neck, chest, and pretty much anywhere the vomit would touch.   Kenna also suffers from slow motility of…

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The Millennial Question Editorials Opinion 

The Millennial Question

When asked to define a millennial high school student, Nicholas Wilburn said, “a millennial is a person born in the late 80’s up until the early 2000’s that is commonly associated with social media and cell phones, usually in a negative way.”   “The millennials” is a group of people born approximately 1984 and after. They are said to be tough to manage, narcissistic, self-interested, lazy, entitled, and a number of other things. There are multiple areas in a millennial’s life to blame when dealing with why they act this…

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Trump Family’s ‘America First’ Inaugrual Attire Fashion Politics 

Trump Family’s ‘America First’ Inaugrual Attire

When Melania Trump stepped on stage with her husband, President Trump, on Friday night for the inaugural balls, she demonstrated that while she may not have been the center of attention during the election, she definitely will make a statement with her first official ‘First Lady’ dress.   In the “off-the-shoulder,  white crepe column with a thin burgundy ribbon as a belt, a high slit and a gazar wave curving from sleeve to hip and then down the skirt,” she looked – especially compared to the younger generation of Trump…

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