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Women march on Washington in opposition to new administration

Women march on Washington in opposition to new administration

Catherine Hilliard, News Editor

After the inauguration festivities wrapped up on Jan. 20 to celebrate the newly elected Pres. Donald Trump, millions of men and women gathered in the nation’s capital and other cities across the United States to rally on P...  Read More »

Feb 14

Senate attempts to gut ethics committee

Senate attempts to gut ethics committee

February 14, 2017

To start off their first day of 2017 in power, House Republicans took a closed-door vote to decide th...  Read More »

NHS Happenings

NHS Happenings

February 14, 2017

Senior signing day held Neshaminy High School held its annual signing ceremony Feb. 3 to recognize ...  Read More »

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Swim team dyes hair preceding path to championships

Swim team dyes hair preceding path to championships

Maggie Aldrich, Sports Editor

Swimming may seem like an individual sport when it comes down to specific relays, yet the Neshaminy swim team brings forth a bond that makes it seem almost impossible for it to not be a team sport. In 2011, a hair dyin...  Read More »

Feb 14

Basketball team recovers from coaching changes

Basketball team recovers from coaching changes

February 14, 2017

Current Head coach of the Neshaminy boys’ varsity basketball team, Mark Tingle, took up his position just six months ago following the removal of his predecessor, Jerry Devine, who was removed from hi...  Read More »

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Color Captain Profiles

Color Captain Profiles

Madison Pickul, Features Editor

Feb 14

Alex Monaco

Alex Monaco

Madison Pickul, Features Editor

Is this your first time as a captain? No. I served all four as co-captain. What inspired you to run for captain? Well I honestly didn’t think I was going ...  Read More »

Feb 14

Shadowing a giant

Shadowing a giant

David Tilli, Staff Writer

The clouds were too charcoaled and ominous, almost paradoxically so, for the occasion. With rain apparently imminent, I hurried into a high rise on 801 Market Street, orna...  Read More »

Feb 14

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Bring your child to work day, every day

Julia Capaldi, Staff Writer

Jan 26

Student Voices

Student Voices

Nina Taranenko, Features Editor

Dec 21

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Op-Ed

Whistleblower Chelsea Manning’s sentence commuted by President Obama

Whistleblower Chelsea Manning’s sentence commuted by President Obama

Brynn MacDougall, Op-Ed Editor

On the night of Jan. 17, the news that Wikileaks associate Chelsea Manning’s 35 year sentence had been commuted by President Obama. Manning will be free on May 17, 2017. ...  Read More »

Feb 14

The Viewpoint: Late policy harsh on students, lenient on absences

The Viewpoint: Late policy harsh on students, lenient on absences

February 14, 2017

If a student is late to school, instead of missing the entire day, their lateness can lead to repercussi...  Read More »

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The Student News Site of Neshaminy High School
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