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Muslim Family Seeks Apology after Discrimination

April 13

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By Leanne Khov Entertainment Editor A Muslim family is demanding an apology from the United Airlines after being removed from their flight at the Chicago O’Hare International Airport. Last month, the family was forced...

Amtrak’s Failure to Follow Safety Rules Causes Fatal Crash

April 13

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By Catherine Hilliard News Editor A federal directive issued from the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) on Wednesday, April 6 confirmed that Amtrak’s rail agency failed to follow basic safety rules over the...

What is Passover?

April 8

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By Brynn MacDougall Op-Ed Editor Passover is a monumental Jewish holiday celebrating the Exodus of the Jews from Egypt. The Pharaoh of Egypt received a message from God, demanding that all the Jewish slaves would be freed....

Egyptian plane hijacked

April 8

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By Leanne Khov Entertainment Editor On Tuesday, Mar. 29, EgyptAir flight 181 was intended to head from Alexandria to Cairo, however, it was suddenly hijacked by a man described as “psychologically unstable.” The 59 year...

Supreme Court Justice’s death raises questions, concerns

March 17

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By Timothy Cho Editor-in-Chief In the wake of former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s death, the balance within the Supreme Court is now in question, especially with the upcoming election quickly approaching. While...

Neshaminy to hold workshop addressing science, art

March 17

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By Ashley Reiss Student Life Editor There are prevalent areas in the United States academic curriculum that are lacking when it comes to children’s education. Thus the creation of S.T.E.M was put in place, an initiative...

Navy Seal recognized by president for heroism

March 17

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By Regina Thomas Staff Writer On Monday Feb. 29, President Barack Obama awarded Navy Seal Edward Byers Jr. with the highest military honor- the Medal of Honor. He was awarded this for his brave rescue of American citizen Dr....

International Women’s Day: Mindsets changing with time

March 17

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By Abena Oforiwaa Ampofo Staff Writer According to a popular African saying, “If you educate a man, you educate an individual, but if you educate a woman, you educate a nation.” Over the years, the gaps that define gender...

Hydroponics: Planting without soil

March 17

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By Maggie Aldrich Staff Writer In James Maloney’s AP Environmental class, there will now be a futuristic method of plant growing. Hydroponics, a way to grow plants without soil, has recently been installed in his classroom. There...

Climate’s effect on mental health

Madison Pickul, Features Editor

March 17

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Climate change is defined as a change in global or regional climate patterns, but it is has created a change in mental health, known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). The disorder is a type of depression related to seasonal...

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