May 8, 2019
Jackie Huber, Feature Editor and Alexis Steele, Associate Editor
Every year, math teacher Carin Marzock allows her students to participate in Relay for Life, but this year the event really hits home for her on a personal level.
Marzock’s sister-in-law was diagnosed with breast cancer this school year, and has been undergoing chemotherapy treatment since her diagnosis.
“It’s just not something you expect for someone in their mid-thirties to be fighting,” said Marzock.
Luckily Marzock’s sister-i...
May 7, 2019
With only four years under her belt, Jessica Martin has already made a huge impact on the physical education program.
Martin has been a physical education teacher at Cedar Crest for three out of the four years of her teaching career.
This month, Martin was nominated and awarded the Young Professional Award by the Lancaster, Lebanon, and Berks Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.
“I was really honored...
April 11, 2019
In third grade, senior Serena Cheng visited Yale University, where she one day hoped to attend college. Flash forward nine years later, and Cheng was accepted into the Ivy League school of her dreams.
Meanwhile the youngest member of the senior class, Viraj Govani, plans to start his path to becoming a cardiovascular surgeon at Cornell University, another Ivy League school.
The acceptance rate at Cornell was 10.3 percent last ye...
photo provided by Alivia Serenita
Over the last few years, many students have been asked to dances in an extravagant way, flowers, posters, even light up messages have all been ways that students pop the question to their dates.
Although these prom-posals were extremely popular and almost considered necessary for past proms, the trend has all but died out this year.
Instead of making big displays of affection the week before tick...
Talon Issue #11 
May 13, 2019
Track team dominates county meet
May 10, 2019
Tennis wins section champs, league champs
Staffer gets first tattoo
Pride program promotes positivity
Senior attends college abroad
Teacher raises over $800
Powder Puff cancelled after over 30 years
Math competitors place first at Millersville
Math teacher fund raises after family diagnosis