Talon Staffers

Grace Tadajweski

Grace Tadajweski is a senior and the Editor-in-Chief of the Talon. This is her third year writing for the Talon, and she could not be more excited to be on the staff again with new and returning students. Grace is involved in cross country, swimming, and track and field as she loves to compete on sports teams. She is also the secretary of National Honor Society, Vice President of World Languages Club, President of Key Club, and a member of Model United Nations, Peer Mediation, Big STAR Little STAR, and Renaissance Committee. Grace loves to spend time antiquing where she is frequently looking for cool jewelry and skirts. She also loves to spend time outdoors where she often collects neat rocks and enjoys hiking and biking. Grace later hopes to attend a four-year university with the hope of living an impactful life. 

Brendan Sheehan

Brendan “Bren” Sheehan is the Associate Editor and Business Manager of the Talon. A former student of Elizabethtown Area High School, Sheehan has spent all 4 years of their high school career working on a publication. A senior, Sheehan is the President of the Helping Others Through Services (HOTS) club, the team leader of Cedar Crest’s extension of the Lebanon County Youth Advisory Board, and the Secretary General of Model United Nations. Sheehan is also the founder and director of Falcons for Families, an ongoing community resource project that allows students and families within the district to access free clothing, school supplies, hygienic products, and other necessary resources. They are also in charge of releasing the Counseling Office’s social work newsletter.  Sheehan hopes to attend a 4-year university with a major in Journalism and a minor in Public Health. Sheehan spends their free time indulged in arts and the outdoors. They also take a great interest in journaling and blog writing, writing personal essays, creative short stories, and screenplays. . A nature lover, Sheehan feels most at ease when going for an unplugged walk in the woods.  

Ryan Glover

My name is Ryan Glover, the digital editor of the Talon. In school, I am a head talent on our morning announcements, and behind the scenes, I work the camera. Also, I am part of student counsel, peer mediation, TSA, and media club. Outside of school, I play three sports: soccer, football, and tennis. Sports take over my world because when I am not at a practice or the game, I am leading the student section at other sporting events or cheering from the sidelines as our school’s mascot. After high school, I plan to attend a 4-year college to major in sports broadcasting. If you can’t find me anywhere at school, you can find me at home practicing my hidden talents juggling knives or blowing people’s minds with magic tricks. 

Charles Robbins

Charles Robbins is senior and is the sports editor for the Talon. He is active in high school life. Robbins enjoys attending Cedar Crest High School sporting events and cheering on the blue and grey. Robbins is a member of the broadcast video team as well. Robbins also is on the tennis team at CCHS. Outside of school, Robbins enjoys hanging out with friends when he is not working. Robbins works for the small food truck called Scoop O Dough, which sells ice cream, cookie dough and even milkshakes. Lastly, Robbins also play guitar and piano. 

Jackson Fields

Jackson Fields is a senior at Cedar Crest High School.  New to Talon this year, Fields is making strides to become a respected member of the team.  Outside of school, Fields works at a small dough truck named Scoop o’ Dough and the Lebanon YMCA.  He likes to spend time with friends and family for fun.  He is planning on attending a 4-year college for film and media after high school.  Fields does other activities like playing guitar.  He has been playing for almost 5 years and has hopes to keep getting better and one-day play for people.  His goal for this school year is to leave the school better than he found it.  

Anna Peelen

Anna is currently a sophomore and the Entertainment Editor of the Talon. She thoroughly enjoys writing for the Talon as well as collaborating with the rest of the team. Besides writing, Anna crochets, reads, and plays the cello in her free time. She has been playing cello for 6 years and has participated in many orchestra festivals. In general, she is also passionate about music and enjoys attending many concerts, theater productions, and performances. Anna is also is involved at volunteering at the Annville Free Library, Model UN, Quizbowl, Minithon and being Stage Manager of the school play. In the future, Anna wants to attend college pursuing a career in Advertising or Public Relations.  

Katherine Idgunji

Katie is a sophomore this year and is the News Editor of the Talon. In her free time Katie enjoys playing the piano, dancing, and snuggling with her dogs. She enjoys accompanying the chorus for their winter and spring concert. Katie has been dancing for 14 years at The Movement Laboratory in Lebanon. Katie’s favorite dance class is tap. Katie is involved with the Student Council, Librarian of Mixed Chorus, Concert Choir, Rhythm in Blue Show Choir, Renaissance Club, Debate Club, and an officer for Mini-THON. Katie is also a member of the Cedar Crest High School varsity tennis team. Katie enjoys playing her hardest on the court and hitting hard volleys. Her favorite part about school is hanging out with friends and learning new things that she is interested in. One day Katie hopes to go to pre-med and eventually go on to med school to become a psychiatrist.  

Delaney Smith

Delaney Smith is a sophomore this year and Feature Editor of the Talon. This is her first year working with the newspaper staff and she is beyond excited to be a part of this creative group. Besides writing, Delaney also enjoys reading, hanging out with friends, and going on hikes in her free time. You can always find her with earbuds in listening to a wide variety of music including songs by the Arctic Monkeys and Clairo. She was a varsity and JV player on the CCHS girl’s lacrosse team last year and is eagerly awaiting the upcoming spring season. Until then she is playing on a travel team, called Lanco Elite, for the fall and going to workouts for the school team. In the future, Delaney is hopeful to continue playing lacrosse throughout college where she plans to major in English.