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As the final major fundraising event comes to a close, one class made a huge monetary impact. This year, Mrs. Gingrich’s classes raised the most money totaling over $800 for Relay For Life.

“I take great pride in putting a lot of effort and getting my kids excited about this event,” said Gingrich. “Knowing that it goes to a lot of people for a great cause makes my heart happy.”

She gets very competitive every year and is the rei...

The prestige of the small but powerful term “Doctor” before one’s name is a goal many wish to achieve. Mrs. Malinoski has completed her vigorous degree giving her the new title of Dr. Malinoski.

From the beginning of her career as a principal she had a goal to earn her doctorate. This has been a long and vigorous process for her but after 11 years of being a principal she will walk with her class and receive her doctorate.

The p...

While many seniors are looking forward to their next educational endeavor, there are some students that are choosing a different route and enlisting to defend our nation.
Senior Hailee Smith has chosen to join the U.S. Army.
“I’ve been wanting to do this since I was really young,” said Smith. “My mind has been set since then.”
Smith’s father was a cook in the Army. This led to her being around the kitchen and helping there.
“I...

Dancing is a long loved pastime that many enjoy. Dances take much preparation along with long hours of planning and work.

The National Honors Society will be hosting its annual Senior Dinner Dance (formerly called Senior Senior Prom) April 5 in the Cafeteria. The theme of the dance this year is “down by the seashore.”

“Hallie Koslowski and I did a project that was kind of Hawaiian themed,” said senior Rachel Batra, the events co...

After a hard fought season the girls’ basketball team has pushed forward to meet their goal of making it to states.

The team will be advancing to the first round of the state championship against Garnet Valley on March 8. The away game will begin at 6.

“It’s really awesome and we feel really accomplished,” said senior captain Hannah Woelfling. “No matter what the outcome, it’s just an awesome experience to be in.”

The last time t...

photo by Annika Evans

The hills will be alive this weekend as junior Kara Peterschmidt makes her third appearance in CCHS theater as Maria in this year’s production of The Sound of Music.

“I feel very confident,” said Peterschmidt. “It is a great way to get out of your comfort zone. It’s a way to expose yourself and be vulnerable.”

Peterschmidt has been in around 12 productions including ones at the Lebanon Community Theater and...

Though football season may have ended, the band and color guard continue to press forward in their artistic endeavors. The color guard has begun competing over the winter to perfect their skills.

Winter guard is a fairly new program, and this is only its second year at the competition level. This year there are 16 members in the program.

“This competition season looks really great,” said senior captain Abby Garrett. “We’ve been...

photo by Sully Minnick

Every year at Penn State, thousands of people gather to dance for a cure. Cedar Crest students may not be up all night, but they do dance to raise money for a cure.

This year Mini-Thon will be held from 2:30 to 10 March 8. All proceeds will go to the Four Diamonds Fund, an organization that helps families of children with pediatric cancer and donates to research.

 “There is going to be tons of food, games a...

Concerts are a luxury some enjoy frequently while for others it can be a once in a lifetime experience. Thanks to Netflix, Taylor Swift fans can enjoy the experience her newest concert tour without the ticket cost.

Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour shows one of Swift’s many shows on her Reputation world tour. This film follows the show she played in Dallas, Texas.

Viewers can enjoy songs from Swift’s newest album as well as s...

Often seniors are looked up to by underclassmen. In the athletics world, seniors show leadership on their team both on and off the court.

Both the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams welcome back six returning seniors to the court. With many games of varsity experience, they know how to show team leadership this season.

The boys’ team sends returning seniors Jaquan, Andino, Neisso Dorvil, Brody Dunlop, Logan Horn, Trey Kalbach and...

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