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The Student News Site of Souderton Area High School

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The Student News Site of Souderton Area High School

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Written in the “Starry Night”...Enjoying the Winter Ball on January 27, (from left) sophomores Alaina Picard, Ashlyn Everitt and Kaitlyn Caldwell commemorate the evening with a photo.

‘Starry Night’ at Winter Ball

Attendees enjoyed an evening with friends while celebrating the completion of finals and the arrival of a new semester. Student Government spent months preparing for the event.
Aubrey Gehman, Staff Writer
February 9, 2024
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New Voices legislation allows students to exercise there first amendment right legally, expanding the coverage of student journalism, and the student voice as a whole.

WWSI: New Voices protects student press rights

To protect student journalists’ right to free speech, the Student Press Law Center created the New Voices legislation. Currently, 17 states have passed this legislation, ensuring students are protected under the law to publish without fear of censorship from their administration.
Arrowhead Editorial Board
December 18, 2023
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Lending a helping hand…drawing out an equation, Sharing Minds co-founder Ariel Levin walks a student through their work for the day. Levin utilizes technology to virtually tutor a student, which is a common practice amongst Sharing Minds’ tutors.

Sharing Minds shares the gift of education via tutoring

To provide fair educational opportunities for the underserved, Sharing Minds offers non-profit tutoring. The organization-turned-club has spent years developing their tutors and channels to fully serve their communities.
Alexander Kreitz, Staff Writer
December 15, 2023
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Committing to success...Working together, seniors Allie Thatcher (left) and Anna Stratton present their poster on how to improve commitment within clubs at an Interdisciplinary Club Council meeting on December 1.

ICC provides resources for smaller clubs to grow

The Interdisciplinary Club Council (ICC) provides a space for small and large organizations to communicate each month and build a community. ICC provides opportunities for clubs to share information about upcoming events to help grow the number of students that attend club activities.
Ava Woodbury, Staff Writer
December 15, 2023
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Glowing girl...Getting her glow on, freshman Emma Caputo looking to buy skin care products to help with her skin. Caputo shopped for skin care products on November 9 at Ulta Beauty.

Social media influences teens into skincare

Due to the influence of social media on skin care, for some teens, skin care has become more important. This has led to teens creating healthy skin care habits for the future.
Ava Tabernilla, Staff Writer
December 15, 2023
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Con: Faux holiday harms environment, threatens limbs

Con: Faux holiday harms environment, threatens limbs

Despite its massive popularity, Black Friday causes nothing but harm to everyone except the uber wealthy. The “holiday” is a meaningless, wasteful front put on to raise money for corporations.
Sam Kennedy, News Editor
December 15, 2023
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NHS food drive gives back to the community

NHS food drive gives back to the community

With the assistance of National Honor Society members, the school community is able to help donate items to those in need. The annual food drive is held a couple weeks before winter break.
Diana Nguyen, Staff Writer
December 15, 2023
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A run to remember… Finishing her 60k race, ultramarathon runner Samantha Luchansky celebrates her accomplishment. The run took place at Bryce Canyon in Utah on May 29, 2021.

Ultramarathons require skills, persistence

To be surrounded by a supportive community, ultramarathon runners in the area join running clubs and groups who have the resources and experience to encourage and help each other through training challenges.
Aubrey Gehman, Staff Writer
December 15, 2023
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CSPA Fall Conference helps student journalists learn, grow

CSPA Fall Conference helps student journalists learn, grow

Guest speakers presented on writing, editing, management, design, photography and digital media.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
December 15, 2023
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A historical perspective...After hearing Holocaust survivor Ruth Kapp Hartz speak at the ADL Youth Conference on November 29, Arrowhead Co-Editor-In-Chief Claudia Ewell met with Hartz for an interview.

ADL Youth Leadership Conference promotes anti-hate

By teaching how to combat hate through various workshops and facilitated activities, the Anti-Defamation League held its 17th annual Youth Leadership Conference at the Philadelphia Convention Center on November 29.
Claudia Elwell, Co-Editor-In-Chief
December 15, 2023
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Looking to the future...Working together, sophomores Kaylie Warshaw and Giselle Santos create vision boards during a Women’s Aid Society meeting on November 30.

Women’s Aid Society counters past inactivity

By hosting speakers who are women in male-dominated fields, giving public speaking opportunities and devoting time to charity, Women’s Aid Society aims to inspire female students.
Gabriela Sanchez, Staff Writer
December 15, 2023
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Chilling views… Exploring together, Souderton alumna Kate McQuade admires Knik River in Palmer, Alaska alongside her grandfather, Merrill Gehman, in 2015.

Arctic climate change worries experts, locals

Regarding the increasing issue of global warming, cold climates such as Alaska are facing severe environmental changes.
Abby Nyce, Staff Writer
December 15, 2023
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