Student newspaper of Strath Haven High School

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Student newspaper of Strath Haven High School

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Student newspaper of Strath Haven High School

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Junior Ella DiBonaventura and Luci DiBonaventura’s three dogs rest on the family’s couch. The twins have a strong bond with them as the family has had dogs since the sisters were elementary schoolers.
CRITTER CORNER: Harold, Gizmo, Houdini
Lavanya Dixit '27, Reporter • Jun 6, 2024
Seniors act out the ‘Tik Tok Rizz Party’ on the dance floor during the song ‘Carnival’ by ¥$ at Senior Ball.
Seniors make memories at last high school prom
Evelynn Lin ’25, Editor-in-Chief • Jun 6, 2024
1) Die Lorelei, a portrait Lyla Kelly 27 made as part of her Name Project featuring Lorelei Karn 27.

2) Untitled, Unnamed, a digital self portrait created by Lyla Kelly 27.
ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Digital art helps Lyla Kelly find creative freedom
Josie Wieland '26, Reporter • Jun 6, 2024
Many people learned of next years Student Council through the Student Council Instagram and on the Strath Haven Activities Google Classroom.
Student Council election results brings excitement for 2024-2025 school year
Evelynn Lin ’25, Editor-in-Chief • Jun 6, 2024
The Reading Olympics team holds up their blue ribbons after their win. They won two out of their three rounds, and earned a total of fifty-three points.
New Haven Reading Olympics team succeeds at their competition
Evie Fernandez '27, Haven Happenings Editor • Jun 6, 2024
The Reading Olympics team holds up their blue ribbons after their win. They won two out of their three rounds, and earned a total of fifty-three points.
New Haven Reading Olympics team succeeds at their competition
Evie Fernandez '27, Haven Happenings Editor • Jun 6, 2024
Many people learned of next years Student Council through the Student Council Instagram and on the Strath Haven Activities Google Classroom.
Student Council election results brings excitement for 2024-2025 school year
Evelynn Lin ’25, Editor-in-Chief • Jun 6, 2024
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Ella Liberi 25
Athlete of the Issue: Softball captain discusses challenges, memories
Advaya Singh ‘27, Reporter • Jun 6, 2024
Seniors Andrew Deppen and Will Hall pose after losing to the #1 seed from Conestoga in the second round of the District Tournament. Photo provided by Will Hall 24
Senior duo qualify for tennis District Doubles Tournament
Mark Ball, Reporter • Jun 6, 2024
Black Sheep reign supreme at Powderpuff
Black Sheep reign supreme at Powderpuff
Kaitlyn Ho '26, Managing Editor of Web • Jun 6, 2024
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1) Die Lorelei, a portrait Lyla Kelly 27 made as part of her Name Project featuring Lorelei Karn 27.

2) Untitled, Unnamed, a digital self portrait created by Lyla Kelly 27.
ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Digital art helps Lyla Kelly find creative freedom
Josie Wieland '26, Reporter • Jun 6, 2024
Music Director John Shankweiler addresses the audience at the Wallingford Community Arts Center during the Silvertones Twelfth Night Revelry concert fundraiser on Saturday January 7, for their spring trip to Sicily, Italy.
Mr. John Shankweiler retires after 40 years of musical excellence
Josie Wieland '26, Reporter • Jun 6, 2024
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Senior and outgoing student council president Lola Babin accepts the Principals Award from Dr. Greg Hilden at the senior awards assembly on May 2.
Farewell from the president
Lola Babin ‘24, Student Council President • Jun 6, 2024
Volunteers from the South Media Fire Department gather around the car used in the 2023 mock crash.
OPINION: Prioritizing education over entertainment
Sasha Binder, Editor-in-Chief • Apr 30, 2024
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Due to bird flu, staying cautious while buying dairy products is necessary. In Texas and Michigan, bird flu outbreaks paused the production of eggs and milk.
Bird flu: Covid reimagined?
Lavanya Dixit '27, Reporter • Jun 6, 2024
Posters hang outside the middle school in support of mental health awareness. The posters can also be found at the high school.
A new reason for missing school: mental health
Clark Kerkstra '27, Reporter • Jun 6, 2024
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Junior Ella DiBonaventura and Luci DiBonaventura’s three dogs rest on the family’s couch. The twins have a strong bond with them as the family has had dogs since the sisters were elementary schoolers.
CRITTER CORNER: Harold, Gizmo, Houdini
Lavanya Dixit '27, Reporter • Jun 6, 2024
Pop culture icons throughout 2024: pictured Travis Kelce, Margot Robbie, and more.
Spill Our Guts (deluxe edition): A School Year of Pop Culture
Zoe Likely '25, Contributor • Jun 6, 2024
Cover of the following books: “She Who Became the Sun” by Shelley Parker-Chan, “Children of Time” by Adrian Tchaikovsky, “A Little Life” by Hanya Yanagihara, and “The Priory of the Orange Tree” by Samantha Shannon.
May Book Recommendations
Evie Fernandez '27, Haven Happenings Editor • Jun 6, 2024
Summer Vibes Playlist
Summer Vibes Playlist
Claire Salera '27, Reporter • Jun 6, 2024
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Strong pitching by Luke D’Ancona and key hits by Jack Shuster and Eli Price secured Wednesday’s @PanthersSH victory over Penncrest.

Next: Home vs. #4 Marple Newtown on Friday, May 24. District 1 semifinal.

🗒️📷: Matteo Ventresca ‘25

https://shpantherpress.com/strath-haven-triumphs-over-penncrest-in-playoffs/

EPISODE 11 IS OUT!!

On this week’s Panther Pod, host Jake Kitchin brings on Haven’s athletic director Lynelle Mosley to talk about her journey to becoming one of the most beloved figures at the school as her first year at Haven comes to a close.

https://shpantherpress.com/pantherpod-11/

Final: Strath Haven 13, Springfield 2

@PanthersSH clinch at least a share of the Central League title

Rob Mattai 5IP 4H 1R 2K
Zane Malarkey 4 for 5 HR 2B 5 RBI
Matt Kane, Ben Milligan and Will Thompson all with 2 hits

On this week’s episode, host Jake Kitchin brings on Haven alum John Clark ‘93. Clark discusses his challenges and memories from high school and what it took to be where he is today.

Listen: https://shpantherpress.com/pantherpod-10/

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