Orbiter meets Tyler Settle

Senior Tyler Settle came to Streetsboro High School three years ago from Avon, Ohio. Although he admitted he did not always get along with his peers, Settle said,  “One of my favorite teachers is Mr. Charlton and then Mr. Gaug, because Charlton has helped me a lot over these three years, and then Gaug is […]

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Confessions of a non-cheerleader

Day 1: Gosh do my arms hurt. I walked into the clinic nervous and left feeling utterly insecure. I was raised a soccer player and in such, I was taught to move very loosely in order to avoid getting injured. But cheer is all rigid. A lot of the moves the girls around me perfected […]

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La La Land named, then replaced as best picture

via GIPHY After a terrible accident February 26, all the hopes and dreams of “La La Land”’s cast and crew perished along with its award. It was in their hands until viciously ripped away by the Oscars. One of the biggest nights of the year became a nightmare. Emma Stone had just been named “Best […]

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Leading, then leaving The Alternation

Located just outside the commons is an electronic door that leads to office cubicles. To many other students, this office is just some room they might see once or twice throughout their high school careers. To me, the cubicles mean so much more. They mean a home, they mean a family, and they mean responsibility. […]

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Orbiter app of the week: 1010!

1010! is a challenging puzzle game. The object is to drag and drop the squares onto the board and once you place ten in a row, it clears. The game continues until plays are no longer able to be made. Lovers of tetris will enjoy this game as it has a similar concept minus the […]

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What you don’t know about your favorite teachers

Spanish teacher Courtney Ruggaber spent her days at Jackson High School, in Massillon, swimming around like a polar bear. Though Ruggaber has a close relationship with many students, many do not know about her past as a high school mascot. She had been in the marching band, but said she decided to try something new […]

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Club Penguin obituary

Club Penguin’s demise has broken the hearts of students who played this virtual game. A kind of social media for younger kids, this game would enable users to chat with other penguins around the world. This game has been around since 2005, and many students have played it from the very beginning, begging parents for […]

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Orbiter meets Tate Raub

Freshman Tate Raub, is a victorious Tri-C jazz musician, as well as a Harry Potter fanatic, a soccer player and a track athlete. Tate is involved in the school theater, marching band, pep band, and the school jazz band. “I’m only in band and my portion of rehearsals for theater don’t start till March, but […]

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