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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The Student News Site of Souderton Area High School

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Fighting for a chance…Driving towards the puck, Souderton ice hockey player Matthew Malanga (right) strives to block North Penn ice hockey player Chase Kelly-Del Ricci from shooting a goal.

Ice hockey supports itself by raising funds

As they are not funded by the district, the ice hockey team has had to find new ways to raise money. The coach is “thankful” to represent the school and town.
Abby Nyce, Staff Writer
February 9, 2024
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Putting in work… studying for keystones, sophomore Sophie Kisela practices for the tests coming up. After studying all week Sophie continues to prepare herself for success.

Keystone exams given online

The previous paper Keystone Exams seemed outdated to many.
Mia Morgan, Staff Writer
February 9, 2024
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Sunny days...Enjoying her sunlight lamp, French teacher Sally Cushmore brightens her workspace.

Seasonal affective disorder negatively affects teenagers

To make up for the lack of sunlight during the winter season, artificial light and light therapy are ways some teenagers who deal with seasonal depression cope. The winter months are when people experience it most due to lack of sunlight.
Ashley Lockhead, Staff Writer
February 9, 2024
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Boxing it up…To manage the Saturday rush, E-meal organizer Ann Marie Heidgerd (left) and volunteer Janet Shepherd pack lunch bags for families on January 6. Emmanuel Lutheran Church started the E-meal program in 2020 and has given out over 500,000 meals to people in need.

E-meal program ‘driving out’ food insecurity

In order to raise awareness for food insecurity in the community, Emmanuel Lutheran Church donated packaged meals to those in need through the E-meal program. The E-meal program has donated over half a million meals.
Julia Sipes, Staff Writer
February 9, 2024
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Con: Raising driving age to 18 prevents freedom

Con: Raising driving age to 18 prevents freedom

By raising the driving age to 18, teens would lose valuable freedoms and create problems for their parents. At a time when teens are delving into new interests, taking away their transportation is a huge problem.
February 9, 2024
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The High Horse: Free speech does not include hate speech

The High Horse: Free speech does not include hate speech

While freedom of speech is one of the most important pillars of our society, it can often be used as an excuse to spread hate speech and harmful propaganda.
Jacob Godshall, Opinion/Website Manager
February 9, 2024
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Choosing to work out as 2024 New Year’s resolution

Choosing to work out as 2024 New Year’s resolution

Attempting to make a healthy habit, more people start going to the gym as a New Year’s resolution.
Ava Tabernilla, Staff Writer
February 9, 2024
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Students find success in small businesses

Students find success in small businesses

By turning their passions into profitable and popular ventures, many high school students have started their own small businesses. Students utilize social media and the internet to kickstart their businesses.
David Gandy, Staff Writer
February 9, 2024
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District regulates student computers

District regulates student computers

To protect the security of the district’s network, the district now requires students to use their school-issued computers.
Abbi Cimini, Staff Writer
February 9, 2024
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As only senior, Fenchel lead girls basketball team

As only senior, Fenchel lead girls basketball team

Due to there being only one senior player, having a team that is majority underclassmen means the varsity girls basketball team has had to adjust with a change in leadership. Regardless, the team persists through the season.
Catherine Descher, Staff Writer
February 9, 2024
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Winter track team breaks records while building character

Winter track team breaks records while building character

To build strong, persevering characters, the winter track team works to create athletes who are strong-willed, disciplined and selfless for theseason. Indoor track contains a wide variety of events and techniques, ranging from long-distance running to pole-vaulting.
Alexander Kreitz, Staff Writer
February 9, 2024
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Thumbs Up

Thumbs Up

Jacob Godshall, Opinion/Website Manager
February 9, 2024
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