PTC champions lead wrestlers into sectionals Saturday

Fresh off two Portage Trail Conference titles wins by wrestlers Sean Neff and Dominic Carone, sophomore and junior, respectively, the wrestling team travels to St. Vincent St. Mary High School Saturday, February 25, for the sectional tournament. For the first time in years, the Rocket wrestling team started off as having nearly a full lineup, […]

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Scholarship opportunities at SHS

Senior Sidney Grimm will be heading to Purdue University in the fall, with a full ride,  $180,000 in scholarships to date. Motivated students like Grimm have a shot at thousands of dollars in scholarships every year, partly by taking advantage of the resources offered here at SHS Located down the hall from the main office, […]

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Apple watch, series two takes on Streetsboro

Apple recently released the newest version of its Apple Watch, Series 2, which features a built-in GPS and a Global Navigation Satellite System. The earlier version,  Series 1, has features such as wifi and bluetooth connection, a heart rate sensor and an ambient light sensor. Each of the Apple Watches come with a built-in rechargeable […]

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How to: find your next great book

For all the avid readers out there, you know how difficult it can be to find your next read. Searching through amazon and the library shelves just hoping a book will magically enter your hands. You may have just finished that really great series and are having a hard time finding a new book to […]

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Trump’s first 100 days

The first 100 days of any presidential administration are always filled with lawsuits, controversy, and overall disdain for the winning party. But as of January 20, a whole new wave of controversy and disagreement washed over the political landscape. Naturally, everyone is cursing conservatives, liberals and anyone with a differing political opinion. With the new […]

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New field, new coach, same team

After 13 years and 68 wins — including a trip to playoffs in 2012 — head football coach, John Arlesic, has resigned from coaching, but will continue teaching math here in the community he has invested much in, and where his family resides “It’s sad; I know it’s his life and he loves it, which I […]

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Band directors Gretchen Weaver, Shane Ellsworth terminated following allegations of hazing at camp

What happened Band directors Gretchen Weaver and Shane Ellsworth were terminated January 24 at a Board of Education meeting following allegations of hazing at Camp Muskingum in August. Page 10 of the Redacted Report on the Streetsboro City School’s website said the following activities occurred during camp: A lake toss Skit night Water balloons Campers […]

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Women’s March: The Beginning of a Revolution

On January 21, millions of people marched across all seven continents to advocate for equal rights and demonstrate a unity for peace across the globe. The Women’s Marches, held anywhere from large urban areas, like New York City, to small rural towns, to a research base in Antarctica, included countless different groups of people. Women’s […]

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Character Drawing

From my experience, every artist I met has struggled to create their own art style sometime in their life. I am one of the many struggling artists who are trying to find their own unique drawing style. This piece is inspired by my favorite YouTube artist, LavenderTowne. She has a continuing comic, Unfamiliar, on Tapastic, […]

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