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Trump unlikely to be impeached

Regina Thomas, Arts and Entertainment Editor

June 17, 2018

Filed under News

With current net approval ratings less than Clinton, Nixon, Johnson, Reagan, and Obama at this point in their presidencies, according to Vox, the question of impeachment is undoubtedly lurking in the back of everyone’s minds....

Syrian Civil war progresses

Kezia Joseph, Staff Writer

June 17, 2018

Filed under News

Tune in to any news outlet these days and you’re sure to get an earful of a couple of common words. “Trump” “Russia” “Election scandal” “Protests” “Corruption.” All of those words can be easily connected t...

BCTHS hosts suicide walk

Sophie Laurence, Staff Writer

June 17, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

*Any names beginning with a ‘C’ are made up for privacy reasons. On April 22, 2018, Buck County Technical High School hosted the third annual suicide prevention walk around their campus to support the #HoldOnYouMatter ca...

I was my High School mascot: A Native American man’s path towards activism

Connor Menzel, News Editor

June 17, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

When discussing the current controversy over the Neshaminy High School mascot and logo, a Native American historian named Richie Plass stated that “the development of that word that refers to the blood running down the bodi...

Viral Video Taken Place At A Philadelphia Starbucks Receives Massive Attention

Cristiana Amaro, Staff Writer

June 17, 2018

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Two twenty-three year old black men, Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson were arrested from what bystanders claim, “without incident,”  in a Starbucks located in Philadelphia April 12, 2018. A viral video taken during the ev...

Neshaminy faces accusations of mishandling sexual assault and harassment cases

Grace Marion, Editor-in-Chief

June 17, 2018

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According to Robert McGee, current principal of Neshaminy High School, when “...someone files a complaint against a teacher…[the complaints] go into the student’s file, as far as keeping them... they’re investigated”...

Langhorne holds social justice seminar

Sydney Crocker, Staff Writer

February 14, 2018

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On Sunday, January 14, over 500 students, families, and facilitators attended the Bucks County Teen Peace And Social Justice Summit at William Tennent HS. Named after activist Martin Luther King Jr., the Summit discussed...

Schweitzer elementary gets new principal

Connor Menzel, News Editor

December 18, 2017

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“As a principal you really do get to be a change agent and impact student learning” said Amy Orlando, Ph.D., the newly appointed principal of Albert Schweitzer Elementary School. The decision to give her the job took place...

Veterans recap war experiences

Julia Capaldi, Staff Writer

December 18, 2017

Filed under Features, News

World War II began in 1939, it was not until 1941 that the United States joined the war after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. The war began with Nazi Germany’s attack on Poland, Hitler was planning to take over the world and...

Las Vegas recovers from mass shooting

Catherine Hilliard, News Editor

December 18, 2017

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Thousands of concert goers gathered in Las Vegas, Nevada for the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival on Oct. 1, hearing country singer Jason Aldean’s headliner performance drowned out by gunshots. Aldean rushed off stage amid gunfire...

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