News

Junior Cabaret sees increase in participation

The Junior Cabaret found success this year, raising close to 2000 dollars towards funding the Junior Prom. Twenty-five acts sang, danced and…

School holds canine sniff, reports no illegal substances

School holds canine sniff, reports no illegal substances

Conestoga held a canine sniff from approximately 8:40 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday.…

Seeing the Unseen

For the front story of the March issue, The Spoke investigated the mental health environment at Conestoga, focusing on depression, self-harm and…


Sports

Bracketology: 10 ways to fill out your March Madness bracket

Co-Sports Editor Andy Backstrom offers 10 ways to spice up the bracket-forming for this year's March Madness.…

Coaches’ Wishlists

Four sports coaches comment on what they would do for their programs if they had an unlimited money supply.…

“Almost” Deja Vu: Down But Not Done

On Friday Feb. 20, the Pioneers lost their heated battle against the Ridley Green Raiders by a score of 36-34. The…


Features

Game Theory Club: A place for the social and strategic

Forget Candyland and Go Fish—when Game Theory Club gathers, the activities are a little more intense than any…

Student selected for White House Student Film Festival

Junior Jason Kim's short film "A Student's Dream" was selected to be shown at the White House Student…

Students and faculty share opinions about Pi Day

Saturday marked Pi Day, and a very unique one at that—the date was 3/14/15, also the first five…

Op/Ed

From the Editor: Internet filters undermine purpose of education

From the Editor: Internet filters  undermine purpose of education

Co-Editor-in-Chief Suproteem Sarkar discusses the drawbacks of Internet filters.…

Society of contradictions: prologue and teen activism

Modern society is full of contradictions that just pass without notice under our gazes. In this new column,…

UnlimiT/Ed: Fail often and fail early

Columnist Michael Zhang talks about failure, and how it may actually be beneficial to fail.…

School

School holds canine sniff, reports no illegal substances

Conestoga held a canine sniff from approximately 8:40 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday.…

Seeing the Unseen

For the front story of the March issue, The Spoke investigated the mental health environment at…

Asian American Culture Society welcomes Lunar New Year

The Asian American Culture Society welcomed the Lunar New Year on Thursday, Feb. 19 with a…


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National

Senior named Presidential Scholar

Senior Michael Mei was recognized as a Presidential Scholar by the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program in…

CollegeBoard makes major revisions to the SAT

For the first time since 2005, the CollegeBoard makes revisions to the SAT that will be…

What’s in a Name?

In this special report, the Spoke examines the role of mascots in high school, college and…


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In Print

From the Editor: Internet filters undermine purpose of education

Co-Editor-in-Chief Suproteem Sarkar discusses the drawbacks of Internet filters.…

Not A Game: Students, experts discuss underage drinking

An in-depth report exploring underage drinking, its effects at Conestoga and drinking culture both in the…

Learning in the digital age

The new district collective bargaining agreement has a provision that will allow for distance learning, or…


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