• Eiserman’s Letter to Seniors

    Eiserman’s Letter to Seniors

    Terry Eiserman, Retiring Yorktown Teacher

    May 22, 2015

    To my Seniors, Earlier this week, I began to think of something I could give each of you as a remembrance of our time together.  I discarded a number of ideas, realizing any object I might give you would probably get lost over time.  So I settled upon words, hoping that... READ MORE »»

  • A Word of Thanks From Seniors to Teachers

    A Word of Thanks From Seniors to Teachers

    Grace Stroup, Sentry Staff Reporter

    May 22, 2015

    As the class of 2015 is quickly getting ready to depart for bigger and better adventures, a few students were asked to choose a teacher to thank. Whether thankful  for inspiration, understanding of a subject, or mere enjoyment of a class, these students had great things to say about Yorktown teachers.... READ MORE »»

  • One Last Night Under the Lights

    One Last Night Under the Lights

    Maddie McNamee, Sentry Staff Reporter

    May 22, 2015

    Student athletes dedicate four years of their lives to the sport they love not only to improve their own skills, but also to help their team as a whole. Eventually, senior year comes around and students play their last games and compete in their last meets, meaning it is time to hang up the old Columbia... READ MORE »»

  • A High School Nightmare

    A High School Nightmare

    Stevie Picot, Sentry Staff Reporter

    May 22, 2015

    For some, high school is often regarded as the best time of a person’s life, but there are also many speed bumps along the way. Members of the graduating senior class looked back on their high school careers and remembered the most embarrassing moments they endured at school. Senior Joe McBride... READ MORE »»

YHS Takes the East Coast

YHS Takes the East Coast

Sydney Kane, Sentry Staff Reporter

The week of April 10 was probably one of the busiest in field trip history, tallying five separate trips to four different locations across the eastern coast of the United States. Advanced Placement English 12 journeyed to...  Read More »

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Why No WiFi?

Why No WiFi?

Stevie Picot, Sentry Staff Reporter

Walk past nearly any student between classes and you will find him on his phone, staring intently at a social media page, internet article, or sports update. This is the way high schoolers are nowadays, and it is a way of...  Read More »

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Mr. Lenihan Takes Cuba

Mr. Lenihan Takes Cuba

Sean Muth, Sentry Staff Reporter

Nearly five months ago, President Barack Obama announced that the United States and Cuba would begin to pursue a friendlier diplomatic relationship. On January 20, President Obama said in his State of the Union address that...  Read More »

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Breast Cancer Awareness Softball Game

Breast Cancer Awareness Softball Game

Sophie Currie, Sentry Staff Reporter

According to The American Cancer Society one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. It is estimated that in 2015 about 231,840 new women will be diagnosed, and 40,290 will die from breast cancer....  Read More »

May 13, 2015 • 0 comments

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Mildly Standardized, Indefinitely Unjust

Mildly Standardized, Indefinitely Unjust

Beth Gentsch, Sentry Staff Reporter

How do we measure our self-worth? How do we slim down our pride, joys and aspirations onto one measurable scale? There’s only one answer: we can’t. For some, self-worth might be measured through...  Read More »

May 13, 2015 • 0 comments

The Vaccination “Debate”

March 19, 2015

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Prom Dress Opinion

March 19, 2015

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My Opinion on the YORKTOWN SENTRY

February 27, 2015

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