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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...

February 14

Senate attempts to gut ethics committee

Senate attempts to gut ethics committee

February 14

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

NHS Happenings

NHS Happenings

February 14

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

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March is here, the madness has begun

March is here, the madness has begun

Maggie Aldrich, Sports Editor

March is different for everyone- some look forward to St. Patrick’s day, others to the beginning of the spring season. Yet for basketball lovers, the month is dedicated to March Madness. Division one March Madness is a basketball t...

March 24

Student athletes hard at work, even during off-season

Student athletes hard at work, even during off-season

March 24

Beep, Beep, Beep! It is the middle of July and Cameron Jeffers’ alarm is ringing. It is time for him to wake up and go to the gym before his scheduled basketball practice this afternoon. Most high sc...

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Gender Equality Club holds feminine hygiene drive

Gender Equality Club holds feminine hygiene drive

Cristiana Amaro, Staff Writer

The Gender Equality Club, which is new to Neshaminy High School, recently held its first Feminine Hygiene Drive. The drive took place over the course of two weeks. Items ...

March 24

Homework: Too much or too little?

Homework: Too much or too little?

Payton Steckroat, Staff Writer

Humans need at least seven hours of sleep to function properly. According to sleepfoundation.org, only 15 percent of students get eight hours of sleep on school nights. Why ...

March 24

Senior prospers on dance team despite disability

April Phillipps, Staff Writer

Walking around town with his friends, it was a normal Friday afternoon for senior Gianni Mitchell. But the second he was hit, his life changed forever. “Back in eighth grade, it was June 8, I was hit by a speeding car. It was me, my friend Gosha, and another friend of mine,” Mitchell said. “As soon as the car hit me that’s when Gosha heard the thud and then he looked ...

March 24

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Op-Ed

Trump making irresponsible decisions on climate change, United Nations

Trump making irresponsible decisions on climate change, United Nations

April Phillips, Staff Writer

During his rally in Florida in December of 2016, Donald Trump promised to cancel all payments to the United Nations climate programs. He proposed that the payments could be more...

March 24

Palestinians deserve human rights and justice

Palestinians deserve human rights and justice

March 24

Israel has been committing crimes against the Palestinian people, ranging from travel restrictions, unlaw...

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Bring your child to work day, every day

Julia Capaldi, Staff Writer

January 26

Student Voices

Student Voices

Nina Taranenko, Features Editor

December 21

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