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Not a drop: America’s restrictions on blood donation

January 5, 2016

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By Lea Hartley and Danny Mullane Staff Writers Neshaminy’s National Honor Society has been having their annual blood drive for years, and now it is time once again to continue its charitable tradition. It will be taking...

Lifetime Divorce with Parents Guaranteed

January 5, 2016

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By Nina Tarenenko Staff Writer Emancipation is the legal act of “divorcing” one’s parents. Most teens would jump at the idea to be free from their parents and because they won’t be able to be “controlled” anymore,...

Homecoming Banner: Should be on More Than Just Football Fields

December 9, 2015

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By Doroty O’ Connor and Namish Siddiqui Art Editor and Features Editor Homecoming is widely anticipated at Neshaminy. It is the first major event of the year, and gathers the entire student body to usher in the new year....

Start Change You Want to See in World: Bring Back Challenge Day

December 9, 2015

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By Dan Cho Copy Editor Isolation and loneliness. This alone can drive the mind of any human being manic. Through these conditions, enabled through their environment, their physical and mental health deteriorates over time...

2015-2016 Playwickian Editors

June 11, 2015

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Editor in Chief Timothy Cho Managing Editors Eishna Ranganathan and Jessica McClelland Business Editor Makenzie Mason News Editors Eishna Ranganathan and Catherine Hilliard News Copy Editors HELP WANTED Op-Ed E...

‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff gives fans new obsession

May 4, 2015

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By Maddy Rodak Staff Writer The season finale of ‘Better Call Saul’ premiered on Monday, Apr. 6 and set the stage for a plethora of possibilities in season two. ‘Better Call Saul’ crushes the very idea of a spin-off....

Softball team poised for play-off run

April 29, 2015

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In 2013, the Neshaminy softball team made it to the state finals, only to lose in a 12-inning nail biter to Canon-MacMillan.  They would have to settle for silver. Two years later, several members of that team are still playing...

PA Human Relations Commission recommends district to change mascot

April 29, 2015

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By Reed Hennessy Editor in Chief Recently the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC) has found probable cause of discriminatory practice by Neshaminy High School in its use of the term “R------”. The PHRC...

Engineering, Environmental science works together, creates bird homes

April 29, 2015

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By Nicholas Hoffman Archivist & Copy Editor Neshaminy’s Manufacturing and Construction students are working at top gear to churn out bird boxes, both for the school and the community. Gary Warlow, teacher of the class,...

Al Durante: Beloved idol receives public recognition, praise, love

April 29, 2015

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By Tim Cho Student Life & Web Editor A living legend, Al Durante walks the halls of Carl Sandburg Middle School and has influenced over three generations of students. Recognized by students and adults as one of the kindest...

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