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Students learn to master high school balancing act

January 7, 2014

By Ashley Reiss Staff Writer Even without extra-curricular activities school is hard work. When homework and extra activities like sports and band are thrown in the mix it involves a lot of work for the students. All this...

History of Llamas uncovered

December 19, 2013

By Julianne Miller Circulation Editor Llamas are most commonly found on farms or in pens at petting zoos, but a good amount of llamas can also be found at Neshaminy High School. However, these aren’t just any llamas. These...

Sophomore’s inner thoughts revealed

December 19, 2013

By Julianne Miller Circulation Editor Adam Victor is a current sophomore here at Neshaminy High School. A dedicated, talented trumpet player at best, Victor enjoys spending his time playing in the high school Marching Band...

Neshaminy teacher spotlighted

December 19, 2013

By Reed Hennessy Sports Editor Michael Cochran, the epoch of what every teacher should aspire to be. This 32 year old mountain of a man is a Neshaminy native, part of the class of 1999, Cochran started substitute teaching...

Levittown resident lights up holiday season

December 19, 2013

By Monica Dinh Entertainment Editor For the past 21 years, Neil Dispirito has been lighting up the Levittown community with his spectacular display of Christmas lights located at 1 White Spruce Lane Levittown, PA. What started...

JROTC promising for Neshaminy

December 19, 2013

By Reed Hennessy Sports Editor “To motivate young people to be better citizens,” this is the mission statement of the United States Army Junior Reserve of the Corps. Recently, a survey of 260 senior and junior students...

Neshaminy welcomes new teachers

November 20, 2013

Perla Guerrero Perla Guerrero is a Spanish teacher who originally started her teaching career at Neshaminy High school in 2005. After substituting at Nazareth Academy and St. Basil High School, she has returned, and teaches Span...

Roadies take audiences to ‘Almost, Maine’

November 20, 2013

Neshaminy’s Roadies have put on yet another flawless play. The show, titled “Almost, Maine,” is composed of nine different scenes that end in either happy endings or a couple’s worst nightmare. Each scene welcomes the...

Students excited to revisit local winter sports venues

November 20, 2013

By Corey LaQuay Photography Editor With the first snowflakes beginning to fall from the sky, skiers and snowboarders are starting to awaken from their summer hibernation. The 2013-2014 skiing and snowboarding season is right...

More teens affected academically by less sleep

November 20, 2013

Winter is coming and so are less hours of sleep. The problem is that some students are already going to school without any sleep. Despite the consequences of getting no sleep, students are still insistent on losing sleep and as...

Roadies rock audiences at ‘Almost, Maine’

November 19, 2013

By Gillian McGoldrick Editor in Chief Entertainment Editor Neshaminy’s Roadies have put on yet another flawless play. The show, titled “Almost, Maine,” is composed of nine different scenes that end in either happy...

Upcoming Powder-puff football game

November 19, 2013

By Angel J Castillo Staff Writer It’s almost that time again, Powder-puff football is right around the corner. Powder-puff football games follows the general guidelines of flag football, Flag football is designed to be...

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