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September: National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

October 5, 2012

By Maddy Buffardi Student Life Editor This month is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Every year 10,400 children under the age of 15 are diagnosed with cancer and every day four children will die from cancer. Although...

Scheduling conflict arises for seniors

October 1, 2012

Brianna Spause Social Networking Editor Neshaminy High School’s Class of 2013 Senior Prom has unfortunately been scheduled on the same date as this year’s international Model United Nations competition in New York City....

Change It Up at Neshaminy

October 1, 2012

Ashleigh Taylor Staff Photographer The Change It Up Club is a club made for all students. With activities like outdoors games, picnics, walks for autism, volunteering for shelters, and helping out organizations like NOVA (network...

Neshaminy welcomes foreign exchange students

September 25, 2012

The first day of school can be difficult enough for the average American teenager. Imagine what it would be like for a student from a foreign country. This year, Neshaminy High School has the privilege to welcome two foreign exchange...

Field hockey kicks off the season

September 24, 2012

With the beginning of the school year comes a rush of fall sports at Neshaminy. The girl’s varsity field hockey team kicks off the season with a five to one record, second in the SOL. Coach Caitlin Koczynski shares some of...

Neshaminy graduate, PFC Michael Kane Jr., remembered

September 19, 2012

Stephanie Harvey News Editor After growing up with our classmates for four years, we graduate and all go our separate ways. Some go directly into the work force, some go to college and others like Langhorne-born and 2011 Neshaminy...

Students Attend Model of the United Nations

July 26, 2012

Neshaminy’s Model United Nation club left for the National Conference at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York on Thursday, May 17. Ten students, along with adviser, Josh Stoner attended the two day conference and had much success...

80 years hard work, dedication, drive, love

June 13, 2012

By Ryan Erney Staff Writer Professionals decide to retire at all different ages, some at age 50, some at age 60, and if some are feeling really daring they might even push 70. For 37 years, cafeteria worker Annie Coulter...

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