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Time for a world-wide wake up call

March 19, 2014

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By Colleen Harley Copy Editor With so much going on in the world nowadays, it’s easy to get wrapped up and lost in all different kinds of news stories. From the crises in Ukraine and Syria, to the problems with climate...

Self-Harm: Why it goes unnoticed, untreated

March 19, 2014

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By Shannon Byrne and Brianna Rayner Special Features Editor and Staff Writer What does our society think when they hear the word self-harm? Lonely. Troubled. Freak. Depression and anxiety are often the root causes of self-harm....

Eyes wide shut at NHS

March 19, 2014

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By Shealyn Miles Special Features Editor Consumed by an age in which emotional detachment is prevalent, the average teen may find solace in the notion that there is someone to reach out to in times of need. With suicide being...

Love Lines 2014

February 20, 2014

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Atticus, you’re so dreamy. Love, A 9th grade English teacher Andrew Reardon to Amber Prolcop, I love you more than anything. You fill my heart you’re my fairytale, my world. You’re my dream girl, and I love you to death....

MLK Day in Bucks

January 23, 2014

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Shannon Byrne Special Features Editor Martin Luther King Jr. is name known by many. He was a Baptist minister and a prominent figure in the fight for Civil Rights; his efforts were awarded with a Nobel Peace Prize, all the...

Educational Lenape websites

December 20, 2013

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Skippack Historical Society: http://www.skippack.org/lenni_lenape.htm Lenni Lenape Indians of Bucks County: http://www.livingplaces.com/PA/Bucks_County/lenni-lenape-indians-of-bucks-county-pennsylvania.html New Hope PA: http://www.newhopepa.com/delawareriver/lenape2.htm Indian...

Lenape traditions: Then and now

December 20, 2013

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By Colleen Harley Copy Editor The Lenni Lenape tribe has a lot of historical significance in the Neshaminy community, considering that the land that the high school is built on once belonged to the tribe. The Lenape tribe...

Lenape now: How Lenape people keep old traditions alive

December 20, 2013

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By Shealyn Miles Special Features Editor To “walk the red road” is to persist along a path, timeless in nature. Archaic traditions remain spirited in the hands of a people most passionately devoted to a respect for all...

Lenape history in Neshaminy community

December 20, 2013

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By Shannon Byrne Special Features Editor The Neshaminy community has a rich history in Native American Culture. The Lenni Lenape Tribe, also referred to as the Delaware Indians, occupied the land called Lenapehoking. This...

Cyber-bullying: School-yard harassment enters the home

November 19, 2013

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By Shannon Byrne Special Features Editor In today’s world, kids spend most of their day on the internet. With this new frontier, the internet, new areas of bullying have come to light; cyber-bullying to be more specific. Before...

Media decisions affect professional opportunities

November 19, 2013

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By Colleen Harley Copy Editor Nowadays, almost everyone is on social media websites. From elementary school kids to the elderly, they are logging in and posting on websites like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram....

Are we really connecting? How social media destroys social lives

November 19, 2013

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By Shealyn Miles Special Features Editor The average person has what, 800 friends, Facebook friends that is. This issue with society today is that people tend to focus more on their virtual status rather than their real one....

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