Archive for November, 2011
Posted on 21. Nov, 2011 by admin.
By Victoria Slater, ‘12
Two years ago, on a chilled November night, I visited Ground Zero in New York City. At the time, I could just make out the base of what is now the new World Trade Center nestled in the dark abyss beyond me. Where the original World Trade Center once dominated the city [...]
Posted on 18. Nov, 2011 by admin.
‘‘Who knows what the scientific implications would be if Einstein is proven wrong about relativity. Maybe it means that we could find a way to go faster than the speed of light – reach distant galaxies in seconds, travel through time itself.”
- University of Pennsylvania Astrophysics student Thomas Krane
Posted on 17. Nov, 2011 by admin.
With the amount of sports injuries on the rise at UAHS, athletes must learn to adjust the consequences of their afflictions
By Katie Hoskett, ‘13 and Emma Klebe, ‘13
After days of agonizing hip pain, junior Cody Pfister finally broke down. He had just run through a football routine and went to make a cut when he [...]
Posted on 17. Nov, 2011 by Mattie Stevens.
Columnist examines an innovative and popular drive-through prank
Mattie Stevens, ‘13
Imagine: It’s your first day on the job at the local drive-thru, and your only hope is that you’ll make it through the shift without mishaps or getting yelled at by your coworkers. A car of high school girls pulls up and you offer them their [...]