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Social Media is Taking Over in Russia and Ukraine Conflict

Social Media is Taking Over in Russia and Ukraine Conflict

Matthew DiPlacido, Digital Media Editor, Staff Writer April 6, 2022

As tensions between Russia and Ukraine are on the rise, propaganda and the visuals of war have never been easier to access. With social media now being the new frontier for things like propaganda and much...

PIAA Swimming & Diving Championship

PIAA Swimming & Diving Championship

March 17, 2022

2022 PIAA Swimming & Diving Championships LIVE on PCN PCN is diving into its coverage of the PIAA Championships. Watch the PIAA Swimming Championships LIVE on March 16-19 on cable and streaming on...

Waldameer is Coming to MHS

Waldameer is Coming to MHS

March 15, 2022

Are you looking for a summer job? Well, look no further because Waldameer is coming to the MHS!

FBLA Students Move on to the State Competition

FBLA Students Move on to the State Competition

Staff January 12, 2022

The Future Business Leaders of America Club (FBLA) has returned from their regional competition at Penn State Behrend!  Many students placed and will be moving on to the state competition at Hershey. The...

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Covid-19 Continues to Limit MIHS Activities

AJ Hayford December 9, 2021

Covid-19 Continues to Limit MIHS Activities By: A.J. Hayford The goal of a pep rally is to get everyone hyped and ready for a game, but because of Covid-19, McDowell sophomores and freshmen weren’t...

Workers at Picassos restaurant supported Johnny Huebel by wearing his jersey number on Oct. 23 for #23strong day for Heubel.

Support Continues as McD Linebacker Recovers

Savannah Orzechowski November 5, 2020

 McDowell football starting linebacker, Jonathan (Johnny) Huebel, was life flighted to Pittsburgh on Sept. 25 after collapsing on the sideline during the game against Cathedral Prep.  This devastating...

Infographic created from data of a survey of the Millcreek Community

Poll: Students wear masks but don’t distance

Mary Claire Miller October 19, 2020

Students have varying degrees of concern when it comes to the pandemic. Some are carrying on in day-to-day life as normal, attending parties and other large gatherings regularly. Others have been a bit...

Outside of the Millcreek Education Center where the in-person school board meetings were held in the past.

MTSD Reports First COVID-19 Cases, Revises Plan

Elizabeth Sutton September 30, 2020

  Millcreek Township School District (MTSD) reported its first case of COVID-19 on Sept. 22. District officials stated that it was a staff member, and that all CDC guidelines would be followed....

Student Reaction to Online Learning Varies Across Millcreek

Student Reaction to Online Learning Varies Across Millcreek

Carley Coe, Journalism 1 writer June 11, 2020
No student could’ve ever prepared for the news that the rest of their classes would take place online. Beginning on March 30, it was mandatory for every student, grades K-12 to communicate with their teachers via Google Classroom or Schoology and school Google email accounts. 
Covid-19 Crosses Southern Border

Covid-19 Crosses Southern Border

Rodrigo Cejudo, Journalism 1 writer June 11, 2020
As of June 3, Mexico has reported 101,238 confirmed cases and 12,107 had to be hospitalized.
Lessons from Online Learning

Lessons from Online Learning

June 11, 2020
No one knows if students will continue online schooling next year, so as this year comes to a close, teachers and students are thinking about what worked and what didn’t in preparation for next year.
Future of Online Learning Unknown as School Year Ends

Future of Online Learning Unknown as School Year Ends

Jenna Tupitza, Editor-in-Chief June 11, 2020
Overall this decision is allowing students to take the idea of online schooling, like PA Cyber, for a test drive, and has proven to have  mixed reviews from both the students and the teachers as they learn their way around new software and new expectations of learning.
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