The Slater

ALLY HEARD READY TO BE RIVERHAWK

ALLY HEARD READY TO BE RIVERHAWK

Meagan Hoffman, Editor

June 6, 2018


Filed under Archives Spring 2018, News, People, Spring 2018

Superb senior athlete Allyson Heard will further her athletic and academic skills at Susquehanna University this fall where she will play field hockey and major in strategic communications/journalism. “I looked at a lot of colleges when I first started the decision process, but Susquehanna was the...

EMILY GORDON: MOST LIKELY TO BE YOUR FAMILY’S PHYSICIAN 

EMILY GORDON: MOST LIKELY TO BE YOUR FAMILY’S PHYSICIAN 

Autumn Bird, Reporter

June 1, 2018


Filed under Archives Spring 2018, News, People, Spring 2018

The outgoing and always responsible Emily Gordon will take her determined attitude with her to King’s College as she strives for a bright future. There, Gordon will study to become a physician’s assistant. Who will you remember most in Bangor and why? I feel like most people say they will r...

EMILY KOLANKIEWICZ: MOST CAFFEINATED

EMILY KOLANKIEWICZ: MOST CAFFEINATED

Devin Dancho, Reporter

June 1, 2018


Filed under Archives Spring 2018, News, People, Spring 2018

Hard working, spunky senior Emily Kolankiewicz has worked her way through high school. She holds many leadership positions, participates in AP and honors courses, and also finds time to have a job. One may ask- how can she manage to juggle all of this? The answer is simple- caffeine.   What college will you be attending?  Nova S...

MATT ONJACK: MOST LIKELY TO REINVENT THE WHEEL

MATT ONJACK: MOST LIKELY TO REINVENT THE WHEEL

Thomas Schaible, Reporter

June 1, 2018


Filed under Archives Spring 2018, News, People, Spring 2018

Unique, freethinking, and extraordinary are some of the many words that can be used to describe Matt Onjack. Onjack has made a very positive impact on Bangor throughout his high school career. whether it is his sense of humor or his contributions to the football team. He has made many memories that will...

PEYTON STRAUSS: MOST TUMBLR

PEYTON STRAUSS: MOST TUMBLR

Devin Dancho, Reporter

June 1, 2018


Filed under Archives Spring 2018, News, People, Spring 2018

Senior Peyton Strauss is known by his peers for being in sync with technology and utilizes the benefits of social media.   What college will you be attending?  I’ll be attending Northampton Community College and then hopefully transferring to a 4 year university.  What will you be stu...

CRYSTAL RENALDI: MOST LIKELY TO BECOME A REAL LIFE DANCING QUEEN

CRYSTAL RENALDI: MOST LIKELY TO BECOME A REAL LIFE DANCING QUEEN

Thomas Schaible, Reporter

June 1, 2018


Filed under Archives Spring 2018, News, People, Spring 2018

Energetic and talented senior Crystal Renaldi has made many memories over the last few years at BHS. Whether it is performing in the musical or starting on the field hockey squad, Renaldi has made her mark on Bangor for years to come.   Who will you remember most in Bangor and why?  I will reme...

JUNE MOVIE PREVIEWS

JUNE MOVIE PREVIEWS

The Slater Newspaper Staff

June 1, 2018


Filed under Archives Spring 2018, Entertainment, Spring 2018

ACTION POINT (June 1, 2018, R) By: Gabby Zeeman Boogie (Eleanor Worthington Cox) has been estranged from her father D.C. (Johnny Knoxville) and has come to visit with high hopes to become closer with him. Luckily, her eccentric father is the owner of Action Point – a low grade, rebellious ...

JULY MOVIE PREVIEWS

JULY MOVIE PREVIEWS

The Slater Newspaper Staff

June 1, 2018


Filed under Archives Spring 2018, Entertainment, Spring 2018

The First Purge (July 4, 2018, NR) By: Autumn Bird Attempting to push the crime rate below 1% for the remaining year, the New Founding Fathers of America (NFFA) test a sociological theory that releases hostility in a remote neighborhood for one night. But when violent oppressors meet the aggre...

AUGUST MOVIE PREVIEWS

AUGUST MOVIE PREVIEWS

June 1, 2018


Filed under Archives Spring 2018, Entertainment, Spring 2018, Uncategorized

CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (AUGUST 9, 2018, PG) By Tori Tarallo Years laters, all grown up and lacking even the slightest shimmer of imagination, over-worked and pessimistic Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor) receives a visit from his old friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. Winnie-the-Pooh (Jim Cummings...

AMELIA O’BRIEN: ‘GO NAVY, BEAT ARMY’

AMELIA O’BRIEN: ‘GO NAVY, BEAT ARMY’

Allyson Heard, Editor in Chief

May 31, 2018


Filed under Archives Spring 2018, People, Spring 2018

Whether she's sprinting to the finish line, organizing the school newspaper, diving into the deep end, or flying a Schweitzer Glider, senior Amelia O'Brien will continue to put her best foot forward as she begins her journey at the Naval Academy.   O’Brien’s uber competitive drive and athleticism help her excel in physically demanding sports like swimming, track ...

JOLENE MILLER: BEST ATTENTION TO DETAIL

JOLENE MILLER: BEST ATTENTION TO DETAIL

Tori Tarallo, Reporter

May 30, 2018


Filed under Archives Spring 2018, News, People, Spring 2018

Articulate and hardworking senior Jolene Miller has made many memories these past four years at BHS, from field trips to interesting talks in Mr. Moran's room, she is going to take many lessons with her next fall to DeSales University.   Who will you remember most in Bangor and why?  I will remember Mr. Hachtman and Mr. Moran the most. I met Hach...

SLATER BASEBALL BUILDS FOR 2019

SLATER BASEBALL BUILDS FOR 2019

Gabby Zeeman, Editor

May 30, 2018


Filed under Archives Spring 2018, Baseball, Sports, Spring 2018

The Slater baseball team slid into a rebuilding season as they connected with new and familiar faces.  Although the boys ended with a record of 6-15, the season was beneficial as the players had to overcome obstacles and learn from their mistakes.   "Throughout the season, we always knew wher...

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