When There’s a Will There’s a Way for Seniors at PA

For many highschoolers, senior year dangles like a carrot, helping underclassmen trudge through three years of various difficulties, eager to take that victory lap. Although many fond memories are made throughout their experience, the memories made during senior year...

Pentecost

“The Pentecost of the Upper Room in Jerusalem was the beginning, a beginning which endures” – Pope Francis On the fiftieth day of the Easter season, Christians celebrate Pentecost, which commemorates the Holy Spirit’s descent upon the Apostles and the beginning...

A New Kind of March Madness

Every March the most hyped event in college sports awakens dormant spectators from coast to coast: the NCAA basketball tournament. As it is more commonly referred to, March Madness captivates the nation for a few short weeks each spring.  Last year’s champions...

Following the laws while supporting a good cause!

Many people have heard the motto, “Just because it isn’t easy doesn’t mean it isn’t worth it”.  Fundraising for non-profit organizations during a health and economic crisis easily certainly falls into this category.  Perhaps no one knows this better than...

This Month In History: Nelson Mandela is Inaugurated

Why do societies exist? To serve its citizens? To make the world a better place? All great questions, but it’s hard to reach a true consensus. Most can certainly agree, though, that a society should not exist to victimize its own people. Unfortunately for most...