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Welcome to Maybe University

October 18, 2015

By Gauri Mangala Features Editor “We’re here.” As soon as you step out of the car after God knows how many hours and stretch your legs, the air immediately feels different, as it should. This could be it, your...

Dance Team Creates New Goals for New Year

October 18, 2015

By Sloane Horton Staff Writer Neshaminy High School’s Dance Team has recently announced their new advisors for the 2015-2016 season. Last year was filled with many exciting performances and charitable fundraisers for the...

Bucks County Fall, Halloween Festivities

October 18, 2015

By Sloane Horton Staff Writer In the upcoming weeks fall festivities and spectacular spooks will creep through the counties of Pennsylvania. Younger children will get to experience pumpkin picking and more delightful activities,...

Editor’s Insight on Fencing

Brynn MacDougall, Op-Ed Editor

October 18, 2015

Sports are incredibly popular in the world. Football, Soccer, Baseball, and Basketball are perhaps the most well known in America. A lesser known, but just as exciting sport, is fencing. Fencing is not knights in shining armor...

Friends Helping Friends Club

October 18, 2015

By Gauri Mangala Features Editor On Tuesday, Sept. 29, the Friends Helping Friends Club had their first meeting of the year. The club, which was started by students last year, was created to give students a place to talk...

Marching Band Competes at Owen J. Roberts

October 18, 2015

Spencer David Potts Features Copy Editor The Neshaminy High School Marching Band competed at their second cavalcade competition on Saturday, Oct. 3, at Owen J. Roberts High School. The band was the only one within its division...

Neshaminy’s Cross Country Remembers Kevin Kiess

October 18, 2015

By Natalie Pietrowski Sports Editor Every meet the Neshaminy girls’ Cross-Country team runs with ribbons in their hair to support awareness for various causes. At their meet against William Tennent, the ribbons hit close...

Inside Neshaminy’s Student Section

October 18, 2015

By Timothy Cho Editor-in-Chief Six o'clock on a Saturday evening, grey skies and a light rain falling. I arrive to the admission booth only for the football team to also arrive, cutting me off from purchasing a ticket; two-by-two,...

Introducing Friends Helping Friends to Neshaminy

October 4, 2015

 By Gauri Mangala Features Editor On Tuesday, Sept. 29, the Friends Helping Friends Club had their first meeting of the year. The club, which was started by students last year, was created to give students a place to talk ...

‘Pulsera Project’ threads nations together: Students aid growing communities, send aid to Latin America

June 11, 2015

By Makenzie Mason Circulation Editor Neshaminy has many different clubs dedicated to service around the community; however, the Foreign Language club has adopted a project aiding people in South America. The Pulsera Project...

GRADUATION GIFT IDEAS

June 11, 2015

By Namish Siddiqui Staff Writer 1. Money Tissue Box – Your graduate will always need money, so why not make a box filled with it. Then just add a cute saying and you’re done. 2. Special T-Shirt Quilt – Make a quilt...

Engineering courses hold potential for STEM integration

June 11, 2015

By Monica Dinh Entertainment Editor As the engineering industry continues to grow, and with many engineers over the age of 55 preparing to retire; there are more STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) jobs than...

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