The Student News Site of Souderton Area High School

The Arrowhead

The Arrowhead

The Student News Site of Souderton Area High School

The Arrowhead

The Student News Site of Souderton Area High School

The Arrowhead

The Arrowhead

Jacob Godshall

Jacob Godshall, Website Editor

All content by Jacob Godshall
Working Hard...During a visit to the high school, 6th and 7th grade members of the newspaper and magazine club learned about journalism. Their visit on January 17 was filled with interesting activities.

Middle school journalists visit high school

6th and 7th grade students in the newspaper and magazine club at the Indian Valley Middle School visited the high school’s journalism class. On January 17, the students learned where their interests may lead them in the coming years.
January 17, 2023
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Taking a bite...Finding themselves in the midst of a good meal, sports editor Brogan Sullivan (Left) and website manager Jacob Godshall enjoy their last bites. The pair ate their dinner at Pizzeria Beddia in Philadelphia.

Philly offers friendly, affordable local restaurants

With a large variety of food options at various prices, Philadelphia offers choices for all who visit when it comes to a good meal. Many quality restaurants are lesser known to the majority of tourists.
December 16, 2022
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Hitting it off...During a pre-game meeting, Honorary captain Ried Fox meets 76ers player Tyrese Maxey.

Philadelphia fans show unrivaled passion

With loud and passionate stadiums, Philadelphia shows its love for their sports teams each and every game. Philly fans show this, not only during games, but in their communities.
December 16, 2022
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Defending a run…Doing his best to stop a promising attack, soccer player Josh Benavides defends fellow player Andres Shinn. The two faced off in a friendly scrimmage during the summer.

Sportsmanship deteriorates as athletes age

Unsportsmanlike conduct can take a turn for the worse in club sports as athletes age. The levels of competition and pressure to win coerce them into worse sportsmanship.
November 15, 2022
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Political signs pointlessly frustrate passers-by

To show support for candidates they believe in, many choose to use their lawn to showcase their political opinions, thus giving those who pass by a preconceived notion of the people who live there.
October 28, 2022
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Touchdown in the making…Preparing for the next play, Assumption College quarterback Jacob Cady (center) and running back Raekwon Washington play in a spring scrimmage against their defense earlier this year.

Mentality takes front seat in post-high school sports

Through larger workloads and greater responsibilities, athletes’ experiences change as they work through the levels of their sport. Commitment and mentality also factor into an athlete’s experience, at any level.
May 26, 2022
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Palm oil industry causes huge problems for environment

By cutting down large swathes of land in tropical rainforests, the palm oil industry clears land for plantations to produce their cheap vegetable oil. These plantations have many negative effects on the environment.
April 25, 2022
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Open political bias in business causes loss of customers

Open political bias in business causes loss of customers

By being too public about their political views, businesses lose business and respect from those strongly opposed to their beliefs. These types of problems can create divides in a community
March 30, 2022
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Making millions…Painting a Bob Ross style painting, painter Ben Godshall could be unknowingly making a popular NFT. In the future Godshall could upload this painting online to make it an NFT.

NFTs make millions, to the confusion of many

A recent buzz in the non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace has led to a huge increase in the popularity and success of creators. Some creators have managed to earn themselves millions off of their creative digital images.
February 8, 2022
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Spreading The Arrowhead...Before repotting an arrowhead leaf plant, juniors Grace Lettero (left) and Audrey Harman must first cut the plant into smaller pieces. Lettero and Harman are members of SAVE, an organization dedicated to improving the environment.

Biden brings back Paris Climate Agreements

On November 4, 2020, America left the Paris Climate Agreements under the lead of President Donald Trump. Less than a year later, President Joe Biden has announced the American government’s return to the agreements.
December 8, 2021
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Cleaning up…After finishing lunch in the cafeteria on October 6, freshman Abel Mathew disposes his trash. The high school encourages students to responsibly dispose of trash.

COVID-19 caused waste problems plague area

Online shopping increases due to the pandemic has increased the amount of waste and plastics being produced.
November 4, 2021
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