Tussey’s Tremendous Tailgate

By: Chloe Ritchey (grade 9) The Tussey Mountain P.R.I.D.E. team held a tailgate in the high school student parking lot on Friday, October 25, as the first marking period incentive. Games including life-size Jenga, spike ball, can jam, and big cup pong were provided by the P.R.I.D.E. team […]

“SAT”urated with Study and Stress

By: Alivia Melius (grade 12) As high school students are preparing themselves for their next chapter in life, the stressors of test-taking can be quite overwhelming. On October 16, 2019, Tussey Mountain High School students, as well as many other students across the nation, took the PSAT and […]

Voice of the Titans

By: Colton Butler—(grade 9)– The Voice of the Tussey Mountain Titans is Mr. Christopher Carrier; he became the voice of the Titan’s when the last announcer resigned about 8 years ago. Carrier explains he became the announcer because he felt “there needed to be a little more spice […]

Stepping Back in Time to the Renaissance

By: Alivia Melius—(grade 12)— Huzzah! Tussey Mountain High School’s Lords and Ladies Club traveled back in time–and to Manheim, Pennsylvania–for their annual Renaissance Faire field trip on Wednesday, October 10, 2019. Lords and Ladies Club is an organization at Tussey under adviser/teacher Casey Flaherty. The club focuses on […]

Something Missing at Tussey

By: Caleb Sopher—(grade 10)— Is there something missing at Tussey? Of course there is, it’s a boys’ volleyball team!  In all the years Tussey has been a school, there has never been a boy’s volleyball team. Matthew McCahan, the athletic director said, “Generally schools our size don’t have […]

Internet Woes have Tussey Students Disconnected and Distraught

By:   Alivia Melius—(grade 12)— Student learning at Tussey Mountain has hit an internet speedbump frustrating students and teachers alike. Tussey Mountain Junior/Senior High School has been one among several schools within the Appalachian Intermediate Unit 8 to experiences changes in internet service providers in the 2019-2020 school […]

Unexpected Lockdown at TMHS Sparks Concern

By: Tiffany Black—(grade 10)— On the morning of October 2, Tussey Mountain High School’s student picture day, the Tussey Mountain High School went on an unexpected lockdown. The lockdown before homeroom was not a drill, and a possible threat was occuring outside the high school. Students, teachers, and […]

Hammie Rolls Out in Style

By: Colten Bishop—(grade 10)— Most players run out on the field, but Dominick Cornelius has his own ride at only twelve!  On the evening of September 13, 2019, the Tussey Mountain football team’s honorary captain made his first appearance at the beginning of the annual backyard brawl against […]