April 11, 2019
Jackie Huber, Feature Editor and Alexis Steele, Associate Editor
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...
Emily Bixler, Co-Editor-In-Chief
photo by Sully Minnick
From the time he was young, senior Derrick Via has enjoyed nature through hunting and fishing.
Now, Via has chosen a major that will allow him to both work directly with nature and ensure that it will continue to be accessible in the future: Wildlife Technology.
Via will attend Penn State Dubois for Wildlife Technology. This major is centered around natural resource management, wildlife biology, range mana...
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Teacher raises over $800
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