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September Address Childhood Cancer

October 4

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By Leanne Khov Entertainment Editor During the month of Sept., cancer children in the United States are recognized and supported through Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. According to the National Cancer Institute, 15,780 children unde...

New authority, new school, new Neshaminy

September 21

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By Eishna Ranganathan Managing Editor During the summer, school board representatives, teachers, and administrators continued to discuss district matters in order to create dialogue, reach conclusions and prepare for major...

School board election results: New candidates, new plans

June 10

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By Solomiya Syvyk News Editor Following the May 19 primary election, three current Neshaminy School Board members, Anthony Sposato, John Allen (Region 2; Levittown) and Mark Shubin (Region 3; Middletown and Langhorne), were...

Senioritis: Springtime phenomenon consumes seniors

June 10

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By Eishna Ranganathan News Editor Plaguing many soon-to-be-graduates around the nation, senioritis is a phenomenon that occurs starting around the springtime. Characterized by general laziness, eagerness to part ways with...

Marrington races his way to states’ victory

June 10

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By Liam Krimmel Sports Editor Senior Dave Marrington has proved himself again as an essential hurdler for Neshaminy’s Track and Field program. From setting the record in both the 100 meter hurdles and the 4x400 meter relay...

Copeland leaves Neshaminy: Heading towards Lower Merion

June 10

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By Reed Hennessy Editor-in-Chief “It is with mixed emotions that I inform you that I have been offered and I have accepted the position of Superintendent of Lower Merion School District,” said Superintendent Robert Copeland in his letter...

PA Human Relations Commission recommends mascot change

May 4

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By Reed Hennessy Editor-in-Chief According to a source of the Playwickian’s, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC) has found probable cause of discriminatory practice by Neshaminy High School in its use of the term “R--...

National bird population, popularity soars

May 4

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By Nic Hoffman Copy Editor A recent increase in the use of live streams, live transmission of an event online, has allowed people to see new spectacular things in real time. A huge spark of interest first occurred about one...

Talks reduce Iran Nuclear program

April 29

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By Solomiya Syvyk News Editor Following two years of negotiations, Iran and the United States, along with five other world powers, have produced a framework specifying the limitations on Tehran’s nuclear program. After...

PA Human Relations Commission recommends district to change mascot

April 29

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By Reed Hennessy Editor in Chief Recently the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC) has found probable cause of discriminatory practice by Neshaminy High School in its use of the term “R------”. The PHRC...

STEM: future focus of district

April 29

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By Eishna Ranganathan News Editor After examining which subjects have the largest prospective career fields, the Neshaminy School District is attempting to emphasize STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math –...

Poquessing swimming pool faces several setbacks

March 18

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By Rachita Singh The pools at Poquessing Middle School and Sandburg Middle School are the only two pools in the district. The pools are used almost every day for various activities; however, such activities are...

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