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Nesh Couture

February 11, 2016

By Namish Siddiqui Features Editor Keri Marable, freshman, is the vice president of class office, who loves to shop at Forever 21,H&M and Plato’s Closet. “I feel as though Forever 21 has cheap yet cute clothes. I want...

Noa Rassin: Through the eyes of terror, travel

February 10, 2016

By Eishna Ranganathan News Editor Each year a wish is made. But it is not followed by the “blowing out” of burning candles. She chooses to save it, this tradition of wish-making, for a later time. A time when the flight...

Diversity Pride Club celebrates Black History month

February 10, 2016

By Liz Daniel Staff Writer Diversity Pride Club is celebrating Black History Month this February at Neshaminy High School. Black History Month is an opportunity to emphasize and educate others of the great accomplishments...

AP season takes off in high gear

February 10, 2016

By Tim Cho Editor in Chief It has come to that time of the year—no, not Gym Night or prom or class trips. For students enrolled in Advanced Placement courses, AP season has begun. AP courses are academically more rigorous...

2016 Gym Night

January 19, 2016

By Timothy Cho Editor in Chief As Gym Night approaches, Neshaminy begins to prepare for the anticipated performances. With a theme of “Nesh Animation,” this year’s Gym Night appears to be one of the most hyped Gym Nights...

Roadies bring life with“Waiting for Death”

January 5, 2016

By Timothy Cho Editor in Chief On Nov. 2, the Roadies presented, “Waiting for Death,” a one-act show, in the Black Box Theatre. Originally written by Michael Maiello, “Waiting for Death” revolved around what began...

New Club thrown into Neshaminy Mix

December 9, 2015

By Gauri Mangala Features Editor On Wednesday, Oct. 7, Neshaminy’s New Petanque Club met for the first time. Led by advisors, Joanne Robb and Gina Abraham, the first meeting allowed interested students the opportunity to...

AP Classes: Worth the Stress?

December 9, 2015

By Leanne Khov Entertainment Editor Stacked with sports, extracurricular activities, after school jobs, the pressure of a social life and loads of homework, students would be lying if they didn’t think high school isn’t...

CommonApp Debunked: Common Application: Debunked Dos, Don’ts, seniors’ personalized guide for college applications

December 9, 2015

ByTimothy Cho Editor-in-Chief CommonApp, the college and university application most institutions accept is an integral part for graduating seniors. However, for some, CommonApp is also cryptic, complicated and tedious, a...

What is Howler?

December 1, 2015

By Sara Xibos Staff Writer Neshaminy’s own literary magazine, Howler, won the Gold Crown Award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for overall excellence. Howler is a literary club that features talented writers,...

Neshaminy Jazz Ensemble, Band audition results

December 1, 2015

By Gauri Mangala Features Editor Neshaminy High School Jazz Ensemble 2015-2016 Director: Patrick Cassidy Saxophones: Rob Reitnauer (Alto I) Rachel Cofer (Alto II) Drew Luniewski (Tenor I) Brian Morris (Tenor II) Tie...

Students describe high school with six words

December 1, 2015

By Gauri Mangala Features Editor "Not High School Musical at all." Freshman, Mike Russo “Busier than I expected but fun.” Freshman, Emily Kirsch "My homework is way too much." Sophomore, Allie Mela “My g...

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