Red Lion offers new Early Enrollment Program through Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology

By Marisa Burd Editor-in-Chief Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors can always find time to be thinking about senior year and how they want to spend it. The Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, located in Lancaster city, is partnering with Red Lion High School starting next school year. This new type of Dual Enrollment program gives seniors the opportunity to commute to Thaddeus Stevens during a normal … Continue reading Red Lion offers new Early Enrollment Program through Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology

Football beats Dallastown and becomes division I champions

By Brody Patmore Sports Editor Red Lion football won the Division I title last Friday. That’s now the third Red Lion fall sports team that’s won the Division I title this 2018 season.  Red Lion, Central York, and William Penn all began the day with a 5-1 divisional record and any of the three could’ve been champions. After a 17-10 victory over cross town rivals … Continue reading Football beats Dallastown and becomes division I champions

Gratefulness: The Homeless Have It, Why Don’t We?

By Aubrie Wise Editor-in-Chief If you were to ask someone you know how their day was, would they answer you honestly? And if they did, would it be full of complaints? We, as a society, have learned to obsess over the negatives and see the positives as ‘not enough.’ We are quick to judge and even quicker to lie to make ourselves seem more exciting … Continue reading Gratefulness: The Homeless Have It, Why Don’t We?

Students Introduce New Politics Club

By Cora Beyer Current Events Editor This school year seems to be characterized by change. This can be seen from laptops for everyone to new teachers and classmates. Another exciting change that might be overlooked is the addition of new clubs, specifically the Politics Club. The Politics Club is a place that allows students to, not only discuss politics from all points of view but … Continue reading Students Introduce New Politics Club

Red Lion Goes One-on-One

By Aubrie Wise Junior Editor-in-Chief The modern age is sweeping the nation in its push to go digital. Teachers are running Instagrams and using Bitmojis in the classroom and slowly districts are beginning to go one-to-one with Red Lion recently joining the buzz. Every student in the Red Lion Senior and Junior High School has their own device that they carry with them from class … Continue reading Red Lion Goes One-on-One

Assigned Parking for Students: A Simple Solution to an Ongoing Issue

By Cassidy Graham Public Relations Being a senior at Red Lion High School comes with its perks–late arrival, early release, parking privileges. Actually, forget about the parking privileges. With late arrival comes the struggles of finding a parking spot in the morning, and wondering if you will even have a spot to park. This problem could easily be fixed with one simple solution–assigned parking. Now, … Continue reading Assigned Parking for Students: A Simple Solution to an Ongoing Issue

Honoring Brooks Argento: “Brooks Breaks”

By Cora Beyer Current Events Editor “Brooks Argento fully lived, authentically and completely present,” said Joy Krosse, close friend of the Argento family. This idea seemed to be repeated over and over again at the memorial service held for Brooks Argento Saturday, September 22. It was a common theme as friends and family got up to speak about Argento and the fond memories they have … Continue reading Honoring Brooks Argento: “Brooks Breaks”

Student Ambassadors Invite More Members

By Sandra Phan Staff Writer Anyone entering high school experiences excitement from starting a new chapter of their lives, but the nervousness and anxiety about meeting and making new friends can’t be avoided. The intimidation and stress new students feel is the catalyst for the creation of student ambassadors. Adviser Ms.Erika Main’s current vision for this club is for 10th through 12th graders who want … Continue reading Student Ambassadors Invite More Members