Category Archives: Mid-Winter 2023

The Squire Gives Tips on Taking a Valentine Out  

By: Alyssa Wismar  

     Picking a place to take a Valentine to eat can be difficult, especially with all of the options given to you locally. Warren County has it all, from romantic venues, to more relaxed restaurants, small shops, and more. However, if unsure about where to take a special someone this holiday for the most memorable date possible, The Squire researched and conducted interviews to find out more about different places to take a Valentine date this holiday.  

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Teacher Spotlight Shines on Ms. Ludwig

By: Abe Wolf

     For the mid-winter issue, The Squire has turned its attention to a veteran teacher here at Eisenhower: Ms. Ludwig. She is an English and Language Arts Teacher, particularly for ninth, tenth, and twelfth grade, and is the advisor for the Academic Bowl team. She is a resident of Warren, Pennsylvania and has two golden-doodles, Phoenix and Murphy. The Squire took the time to partake in an email interview with Ludwig to learn more about her, the reason she teaches, and the interests she has.

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What Makes a Snowflake

By: Rhiannon Cook

     Snow is a very defining and special part of winter, whether you’re someone who likes to play in it, or stay inside and watch it fall. It’s cold and beautiful, and either makes the season that much better or worse, depending on where you live or simply by your opinion. And though for most it is a very normal part of the later and beginning quarter of the year, is it common knowledge what goes in to creating snow, or a single snowflake? The Squire did some research and interviewed Mrs. Dietsch, Eisenhower’s Science Department Head, chemistry, and environmental science teacher, about the science behind the creation of a snowflake.

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