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The Mercer Museum in the summer

Experience Doylestown’s Beloved Mercer Museum

Lux Concannon, Student Writer March 20, 2023

The Mercer Museum has been a go-to spot in Doylestown since it was built in 1916, with people traveling all over the country to experience the superb exhibits. Between the low prices and 55 exhibits, it...

People gather at the starting line of the walk before commencement speeches begin.

“The Coldest Night of the Year”: Helping Homelessness and Hunger

Jessica Remphrey, Student Writer March 7, 2023

The newly founded “Coldest Night of the Year Walk” is an event that aims to bring awareness to the homeless and hungry. Within Bucks County alone, there are more than 400 people living without homes....

Train tracks located in Perkasie, Pennsylvania

Train Derailments Strike Massive Concern Throughout Ohio

Chase Fisher, Student Writer February 23, 2023

On Feb. 3, 2023, a train carrying toxic chemicals derailed in Eastern Ohio, igniting a fire that swept the town and released many chemicals into the air. These chemicals included vinyl chloride, butyl...

A 2022 Kia Carnival sits in the driveway on a rainy, foggy morning.

Buying Your First Car: What to Look for in a Good Deal

David Ferry, Student Writer February 23, 2023

Most teens look forward to their 16th birthday and can’t wait to start driving. You may have to start with your mom’s boring sedan or your dad’s rusty pickup. Eventually, you will be anxious to purchase...

A build your own Pita containing lamb and tomatoes as well as Tzatziki sauce

Spice up Your Salad Bowl!

Madeline Kuhns, Student Writer February 13, 2023

America has always been known as the world's melting pot, and has also adopted the name “salad bowl”, but what kind of salad bowl? Its diversity is widely known and encouraged, especially where food...

Couple on Valentines Day

Valentine’s Day From a High School Point of View

Hadley Polson, Student Writer February 10, 2023

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and with it comes chocolate hearts, fancy dinners, and flower bouquets. There’s no doubt this frilly holiday is special for high school sweethearts, newly...

Stop Human Trafficking and Thank You to Supporters Message

Protect Your Children Against Child Exploitation!

Jessica Levush, Student Writer January 9, 2023

There are over 40 million victims of human tracking, 25 percent of whom are children. Human trafficking has surpassed the illegal sale of firearms, and over the following years, it is predicted to reach...

The pillars of Four Diamonds.

Charities to Donate to For The Holidays

Avani Kallur, Student Writer January 9, 2023

The holidays are here!  You might be busy with last-minute gifts and holiday plans.  While it’s a time to think about family and be in the holiday spirit, it is also important to think about those...

A group of Germans dancing to the music at Oktoberfest, 2010

A Toast Towards Oktoberfest

Brandon Vassallo, Student Writer January 9, 2023

With 2 million gallons of jet fuel and a Boeing 747, one could travel around the world sixteen times. With 2 million gallons of beer, one would be able to fuel the country of Germany for about a month....

taken at the Colosseum in 2019

Saying Goodbye to 2022

Abigail Zischang, Student Writer January 9, 2023

With the holiday season approaching fast, you may want to get out of the house and stop suffering from the cold and travel instead. There are so many beautiful places to visit this year. Somewhere where...

Above is a picture of Sabrina Bates dressed for one of the Christmas Spirit days at Pennridge High School.

Born to Inspire

Isabella White, Student Writer January 9, 2023

Teachers inspire our future generations. They’re some of the most influential people that leave an impact on our children. Sabrina Bates is one of those inspirations and has been teaching at Pennridge...

Poppy, Nana, and their family

Who is John Theobald?

Emma Weise, Student Writer January 9, 2023

Military police officer, student, son, chief of police, father, and grandfather are just some of the titles John Theobald, my Poppy, has received throughout his lifetime. He has done, seen, and experienced...

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