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Firing over Facebook an unfair action

July 26

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By Brianna Spause Staff Writer On April 24, the rights of Daniel Ray Carter were brought to question over a Facebook “like” in Norfolk, Va. Five workers were terminated after showing support of their boss, Sheriff B. J....

Prom breathylyzers violating student rights

July 26

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By: Gillian McGoldrick Staff Writer Junior and Senior proms may be over, but schools all around the country are fighting alcohol usage and getting students’ breath tested for high blood alcohol levels before entering school...

TLC: An indisposable part of Neshaminy

July 26

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By Reed Hennessy OP-ED Editor Last month Superintendent Louis Muenker suggested a variety of budget cuts to balance the current budget, including closing Neshaminy’s alternative school, The Learning Center (TLC). Muenker...

Firing over Facebook an unfair action

June 13

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By Brianna Spause Special Features Editor On April 24, the rights of Daniel Ray Carter were brought to question over a Facebook “like” in Norfolk, Va. Five workers were terminated after showing support of their boss, Sheriff...

U.S. needs to intervene in Syrian revolution

May 18

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For over a year, the Syrian military has been using violence to break up peaceful anti-government protests and quell a rebellion which is part of the large Arab Spring, a string of uprisings that have toppled many decades old...

Prom queen and king a popularity contest… or timeless tradition?

May 18

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Prom at most times is the final event for the class to come together and socialize before the end of the school year. For seniors, it is the beginning of the end, signifying one of the last memories of high school. Prom has...

Lunch: Should students have more choices for lunchtime fun?

May 18

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By Stephanie Harvey and Kathryn Kochanowicz Staff Writers For a lot of students lunch is their favorite time of the day. So, can’t we make the most of our selections at lunch? Many students eat the cafeteria’s food a...

Census released: public eager to look back at America in 1940, National Archive’s website crashes due to high traffic

May 18

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By Jon Mettus Business Editor   After a mandatory 72-year waiting period, the Sixteenth Census of the United States, the 1940 census, was made available to the public online through the National Archives and Archives.com...

Art: vital component of public education

May 18

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By Brielle Ballantine OP-ED Editor School art classes matter more than ever now, and with more and more schools cutting their art funding, they’re taking away a vital source of education. Not only is art a safe and healthy...

AP testing should be optional opportunity

May 18

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Advanced placement classes are designed to provide college-level instruction at the high school in various subjects, culminating at the end of the year with a national exam. Students who elect to enroll in such classes have the...

Fox News pundit: Liz Trotta makes an inflammatory statement about how women should “expect” to be raped in military, blames pressure from feminists

March 28

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By Brianna Spause Staff Writer In an appearance on Fox News on Feb. 12, guest Liz Trotta made an extremely controversial statement regarding the sexual assault reports of women on the front line in the military and how feminists...

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