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Media, parties misrepresent campaigns

Grace Marion, Editor-in-Chief

February 11

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  A September Gallup poll showed that just four in ten Americans trust the mass media to report news fully, fairly, and accurately. This rate ties the historic lows set in 2012 and 2014. In 2004, Pew research showed that...

Pros, cons of hipster teachers

May 5

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By Ashley Reiss Features Editor Pro: Easily persuaded by a cup of coffee and a vinyl record Con: Don’t know if they’re making fun of you or saying something abstract Pro: more relaxed and laid back “who really...

How to be a Hipster 101

May 5

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By Gauri Mangala Features Editor So, you want to be a hipster. Well you have come to the right place. Welcome to the world of hipsterdom, in which you will find such delights as biking to work because it is more environmenta...

2015 Love Lines

February 12

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Air is wind in the sky Air. A nice breeze that is warm and a breeze that is cold too It is our life -Keira Scott, the 'no dude' on your license plate helps me sleep at night. Hoffman you European Robin you, will you...

Neshaminy school board envisions new middle school plan

November 19

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By Ashley Reiss Special Features Editor Neshaminy School District is making drastic changes which are being met with a lot of controversy across the board. The school district has already approved a five to eight model for...

Community urges for revision of middle school plan

November 19

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By Gauri Mandala Special Features Editor On Tues., Oct. 28, long and strenuous debate as to whether or not the fifth graders of Neshaminy should be moved up to middle school has ended with a 6 to 3 vote of the school board...

School board approves new middle school plan

November 19

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By Gillian McGoldrick Editor-in-Chief School board members sounded off “Aye” on Oct. 23 to give new shape to middle schools in Neshaminy. With a vote of 6-3 in favor of change, fifth graders will now be learning in middle...

Era of whole wheat arrives to Neshaminy

October 21

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By Alli Kaufman Sports Editor It was 6th period and I hadn’t eaten breakfast. My stomach growled all through English and the students around me shot me dirty looks as they frantically tried to finish their timed writings....

Inside scoop on new district food policy

October 21

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By Jessica McClleland Student Life Editor Since the 2014-2015 school years have started, the lunches have gone down-hill. Diet drinks, no snacks, and whole grain chicken nuggets. Joanne Saba, chef at Neshaminy, decided to...

New food policy draws mixed reactions

October 15

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By Gillian McGoldrick Editor-in-Chief Many students at Neshaminy are up in arms about the removal of many of their favorite drinks and snack items from the snack stand offered during lunches. But the school district has reasoning...

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