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Trump, cabinet found to have ties to Russia

Trump, cabinet found to have ties to Russia

Grace Marion, Editor-in-Chief

Russian hackers have been tied to hacks in the recent American presidential election since late July when they were found to have infiltrated the servers of the DNC, and later, the RNC. Although only DNC documents were leaked ...

April 26, 2017

Nike announces new pro hijab

Nike announces new pro hijab

April 26, 2017

After 53 years worth of selling sportswear, Nike has decided to reach out to a new audience- female M...

Pipeline pardoned by Obama, resurrected by Trump

Pipeline pardoned by Obama, resurrected by Trump

April 26, 2017

The saga of the Dakota Access Pipeline, seemingly facing curtain call with the Obama administration, ...

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Chris Arcidiacono lives up to his name

Chris Arcidiacono lives up to his name

Shane Schuchardt, Staff Writer

On a Friday night in February, a season ended for one team. The Neshaminy boys’ varsity basketball team fell to Penwood in heartbreaking fashion. Losing the lead in the final minutes and letting a chance to face off ag...

April 26, 2017

Despite obstacles, track team holds high standards for season

Despite obstacles, track team holds high standards for season

Julia Capaldi, Staff Writer

After heavy snowfall in the midst of spring and unpredictable temperatures, Neshaminy spring sports have been struggling to practice. Track coaches have been forced to move their practices indoors in order to keep the se...

April 26, 2017

Senior wrestler competes at state championships

Senior wrestler competes at state championships

April 26, 2017

For Neshaminy Senior Kyle Osterhoudt, the love of wrestling started long before high school. Osterhoudt began wrestling during his middle school years, and hasn’t stopped since. “[In middle school] my so...

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A pinch and a burn

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Neshaminy High School and the National Honor Society will host the spring blood drive April 28.

A pinch and a burn

Connor Menzel, News Editor

“Just a pinch and a burn, Connor.” Then I felt the pinch, followed by a slow burn that radiated up and down my left arm. I lifted my head up and glanced down towards my ...

April 26, 2017

Neshaminy students gain real-world business experience

Neshaminy students gain real-world business experience

April 26, 2017

Walk helps raise suicide awareness

Walk helps raise suicide awareness

April 26, 2017

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Op-Ed

American government more willing to fight nonexistent enemy than help citizens

American government more willing to fight nonexistent enemy than help citizens

Brynn MacDougall, Op-Ed Editor

Donald Trump’s infamous wall is expected to cost $21.6 billion and take three and a half years to build. This preposterous plan has garnered fanatical support from a good amount of conserva...

April 26, 2017

European Court of Justice ruling restricts religious freedom

European Court of Justice ruling restricts religious freedom

April 26, 2017

The European Union’s highest court ruled against religious freedom by allowing employers to ban Mu...

Protests disrupt everyday life, cause complications

Protests disrupt everyday life, cause complications

April 26, 2017

Throughout the history of the United States, citizens have practiced their constitutional right to a...

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The Student News Site of Neshaminy High School
The Student News Site of Neshaminy High School