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  • Athlete of the Issue: Kujdych shatters cross country record
  • Republicans win Presidency, House majority, Senate majority
  • The 2016 Dyn cyber attack: What and how
Gunshots halt robbery at Porfirio’s II

Gunshots halt robbery at Porfirio’s II

Catherine Hilliard, News Editor

Just after closing time on Nov 15, two armed robbers, later identified as Shawn Rose, 24, and Justin Rose, 22, entered Porfirio’s II at the corner of Veterans Highway and Trenton Road in Levittown. "We were already closed...  Read More »

Dec 21

Progressives react to election

Progressives react to election

December 21, 2016

“Not my president!” slogans and chants flooded crowds of protesters in cities across America as they...  Read More »

Castro’s death met with mixed reactions

Castro’s death met with mixed reactions

December 21, 2016

Fidel Castro, formal leader of Cuba and survivor of several hundred assassination attempts by the American...  Read More »

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Sisters leave impact through athletic abilities

Sisters leave impact through athletic abilities

Maggie Aldrich, Sports Editor

Many successful athletes have something or someone that inspires them to work harder. Whether it’s a goal or a role model, this shapes them into the athlete they aspire to be. Brooke Mullin, starting forward for the girls’...  Read More »

Dec 21

Girls’ bowling prepares for winning season

Girls’ bowling prepares for winning season

December 21, 2016

The girls’ bowling team began their season with an easy win Nov. 29, facing off against North Penn High School. In the match, everyone bowled a strike on the varsity team, helping to establish their...  Read More »

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Neshaminy puts talents toward good cause

Neshaminy puts talents toward good cause

Cristiana Amaro, Staff Writer

Four-year-old, Jayden from Glenolden, Pa. suffers from cerebral palsy. He performed on stage with the dance team for Neshaminy’s Got Talent Nov. 30, which was sponsored...  Read More »

Dec 21

Orchestra performs classic, holiday songs

Orchestra performs classic, holiday songs

Madison Maldonado and Ariel Rivera, Staff Writer

The audience’s murmur encapsulated the auditorium as curtains opened and the crowd silenced, waiting in anticipation for the beautiful melodies of the orchestra to engross ...  Read More »

Dec 21

Marching band celebrates successful season

Marching band celebrates successful season

Kendra Sharpe, Staff Writer

Neshaminy High School’s Marching Band ended their competitive season with a close second in state championships with a score of 97.1 out of 100. Recognition night for...  Read More »

Dec 21

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Student Voices

Student Voices

Nina Taranenko, Features Editor

Dec 21

The five best moments of 2016

The five best moments of 2016

Kezia Joseph, Staff Writer

Dec 21

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Op-Ed

The Viewpoint: Filtering information in schools protects students

The Viewpoint: Filtering information in schools protects students

Editorial Board

Over the last twenty years, the expansion of the internet has forced society as a whole to venture into uncharted terrain. The ability to access so much information with just...  Read More »

Dec 21

Electoral college outdated system

Electoral college outdated system

December 21, 2016

Donald Trump is a minority president despite his overwhelming privilege. This is because in the political...  Read More »

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