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`Penny War’ to benefit district family in need

C.J. Norwood

BY C.J. NORWOOD Staff Writer The Key Club will be holding a “Penny War” for the rest of the week to help support a family from the district that is in financial need. The father of the McGinty family recently...  Read More »

May 31, 2016 • 0 comments

Saras raises money for Cystic Fibrosis

BY SARAH FADER AND ALANA ECKELS Staff Writers Staff members wearing sneakers today didn’t forget their dress shoes. They were participating in a fundraiser organized by Assistant Principal Jay Saras, who is one of...  Read More »

May 31, 2016 • 0 comments

Drone to provide new view of commencement

Cody Flavell and Arlen Hooks

CODY FLAVELL AND ARLEN HOOKS Staff Writers Junior Jake Mysliwczyk is helping Baldwin’s technology soar to new heights with his own personal drone that will be flown over commencement on Wednesday night. The drone...  Read More »

May 31, 2016 • 0 comments

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Johnston, Conboy finish Top 10 at track state finals

Jack Hillgrove and Mike Silvestre

BY JACK HILLGROVE AND MIKE SILVESTRE Juniors David Johnston and Casey Conboy finished in the top 10 of their respective events at the track state finals over the weekend. Johnston finished seventh in the men’s...  Read More »

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Girls softball beats Latrobe, heads to championship

May 26, 2016

Girls softball advances in WPIAL playoffs

May 24, 2016

Baseball swings short of playoff fence

May 23, 2016

Field events lead to strong season

May 23, 2016

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  • Editorial: English classes should evolve

    When a student complains about English class, it is most often because they don’t like the book the class is currently reading. To remedy this, the ...

  • Editorial: Sponsors make call on trips

    The recent terror attacks in places like Paris and San Bernardino have raised concerns about school-sponsored trips to other countries and other parts...

  • Higher pay would prove detrimental

    BY LAURA HARPER Staff Writer Throughout the summer and after school, many students hold part-time jobs in order to save for college and buy things the...

  • Lip dub should unite students

    Fun things can be hard to come by in the long winter months, but Baldwin High School plans to have its own lip dub this year. Senior Sara Roberto took...

  • Concussions have daily impact

    More and more, concussions are affecting the everyday lives of student athletes everywhere, including here at Baldwin. An estimated two-thirds of the ...

  • Big Ben’s talent deserves praise

    BY MORGAN SCHMITT Sports Editor Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Peyton Manning are probably the most praised quarterbacks in the NFL. Although these q...

  • Cafe hears student input

    Food Service Director Joyce Weber seems to be doing everything in her power to improve food options for students. Not only did she set up a food advi...

  • Intruder policy offers options

    Although nobody enjoys talking about an armed intruder situation, deadly incidents that have occurred throughout the country prove that the subject de...

  • Backpack policy misguided

    BY JULIE POWELL Staff Writer Earlier this year, students were informed that due to the Franklin Regional stabbing no backpacks or purses large enough...

  • No excuse for absence plan

    BY MORGAN SCHAMING Staff Writer This year under the latest revision of the attendance policy, students who do not turn in an excuse within three days...

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