Diane Gallagher Assoc. Features Editor The new buzz word that seems to be flying around is bullying. You cannot go anywhere without hearing about children verbally tearing into one another, or worse, physically attacking one another. With . . .
Catherine Hogue Features Writer Once August rolls around, a collective groan can be heard from students across the country that can only mean one thing: the start of school is almost upon us. Students ranging . . .
Nikki Schaffer Features Editor Now that we are into the third week of classes, most freshmen have assimilated into the daily routine of college life and will pass by others unnoticed. However, behind each confident . . .
Theodore R. Griffiths Assoc. Opinion Editor This is the first week back for The Snapper and our infamous opinion section, so I thought I would cover something that the entire world is watching, like Syria. . . .
Samantha Dutton Opinion Editor In the early 1900’s up until 2011 families have been sending their sons to the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Florida. One might assume that this school was like . . .
Franklin Herr Staff Writer Of all the skirmishes further dividing the American public, few have proven to be more polarizing than that of the current ‘gun control’ discussion. Firearms, as a whole, have gotten a . . .
Kaitlin A. Specht News Writer PASSHE’s Fourth New Chancellor, Frank T. Brogan, has been selected to serve as the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s (PASSHE) fourth chancellor in its 31-year history starting on Oct. . . .