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Celebrity couples send bad message

December 19, 2012

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By Brianna Spause Special Features Editor Celebrity relationships often fall under the scrutiny of the public eye. The attention can be manifested either positively or negatively, but is nonetheless hard to hide from the tabloids....

Teachers assist with graduation project, relive stress

November 27, 2012

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For seniors, the graduation project can be a major stressor adding on to all the other stress in their busy lives. Between school, work and family there can be literally no time to even think about starting the graduation project...

Black Friday week on the rise

November 27, 2012

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By Shealyn Miles Special Features Editor The most anticipated shopping day of the year, Black Friday has seemed to have evolved over the years into Black Friday week. This year, some stores have even opened their doors at...

Enough of the reality-talent competitions

November 20, 2012

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By Gillian McGoldrick Entertainment Editor From the first season of American Idol, America has been hooked on finding talent through reality settings. Idol pulled the nation to a hault on every Tuesday and Wednesday evening...

Irresponsible parenting leads to a generation of disrespectful, rude children

November 20, 2012

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By Jon Mettus Editor-In-Chief Karen Klein spent 23 years employed by the Greece Central School District, 20 of those years as a bus driver and the last three as a bus monitor, but last June a video of her appeared on Facebook,...

Neshaminy dress code double standard

November 16, 2012

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By: Ashley Titler Circulation Editor Neshaminy School District , not unlike many institutions of learning, has a dress code that is enforced amongst the elementary, middle school, and high school students alike. Teachers...

“Curiosity” makes history

September 21, 2012

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Brielle Ballantine Editor-in-Chief In the early morning of Aug. 6, the United States made world history by successfully landing the most sophisticated rover to ever land on foreign planet- the “Curiosity.” Curiosity is...

Legalization of marijuana needed for updated society

July 26, 2012

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By Brielle Ballantine OP-ED Editor The fight over the legalization of marijuana has been one of the most controversial issues to occur within the United States. The growth of supporters for legalizing the herb has grown substantially...

Firing over Facebook an unfair action

July 26, 2012

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By Brianna Spause Staff Writer On April 24, the rights of Daniel Ray Carter were brought to question over a Facebook “like” in Norfolk, Va. Five workers were terminated after showing support of their boss, Sheriff B. J....

Prom breathylyzers violating student rights

July 26, 2012

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By: Gillian McGoldrick Staff Writer Junior and Senior proms may be over, but schools all around the country are fighting alcohol usage and getting students’ breath tested for high blood alcohol levels before entering school...

TLC: An indisposable part of Neshaminy

July 26, 2012

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By Reed Hennessy OP-ED Editor Last month Superintendent Louis Muenker suggested a variety of budget cuts to balance the current budget, including closing Neshaminy’s alternative school, The Learning Center (TLC). Muenker...

Firing over Facebook an unfair action

June 13, 2012

Filed under Op-Ed

By Brianna Spause Special Features Editor On April 24, the rights of Daniel Ray Carter were brought to question over a Facebook “like” in Norfolk, Va. Five workers were terminated after showing support of their boss, Sheriff...

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