Issue 10, Week of Jan. 14, 2019
Beloved tech teacher retires
Half-Century of Nac Comes to a Close
By Ethan Kopicko, Business Manager
How do you replace a legend? Two words. You don’t.
Latin teacher moving on to new things
Monahan Says ‘Vale’ to Beaver Area
By Max Furman, News Editor
Beaver Area Latin students received a shock when Latin teacher Mr. Michael Monahan announced his resignation from teaching January 9.
Students compete at Pitt
Mock Trial Takes Order Order in the Court
By Meghan Malloy, Reporter
Order in the court . . .
Playoff hopes run high
Girls Basketball Continues to Win
By Sammy Kissick, Junior Editor
“To overcome youth and inexperience is our biggest challenge,” said Coach Greg Houston.
The boys are hungry for a win
Boys B-ball Still Looking for a Victory
By Elise Bingle, Sports Editor
That elusive first win is brewing for the Beaver Area boys basketball team. The team is halfway through their season and they’ve continued to improve every game. Just be patient.
Beaver Area Wrestling makes playoffs
Wrestling Continues to Pin the Competition
By Chelsea Homan, Editor-in-Chief
Beaver Area wrestlers continue their winning season. January 5 and 6 the wrestling team traveled to Freedom High School for MACs to compete against other county schools.
No more tangled wires!
AirPods Take Tunes Cordless
By Jake Miller, Editor in Chief
There seemingly was no item more sought after than the Apple AirPod this Christmas—a symbol of social status that has separated the world: the wired and the wireless, the have and the have nots.
Inductees show wide variety
Rock Hall Inducts New Class
By Nate McBride, Feature Editor
New year, new inductees.
Check out these upcoming titles
New Year, New Reads
By Katelyn Hauser, Junior Editor
The new year is here! You know what that means . . . New books! Let us delve into a few new titles and take a sneak peak at what we may see this year.
Save everyone from germs
Wash Your Hands . . . Please
By Sarah Causey, Feature Editor
High schoolers range from the ages of 14 through 18, yet you notice how truly immature certain people are as you leave the bathroom stalls.