Poverty Close to Home

Lizzie Faw, Journalism Student

March 20, 2019

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It’s hard to believe that there is  poverty right in your own neighborhood. According to global issues.org, 7.24 percent of the population in Perkasie lives below the poverty line, that’s 615 out of 8,476 people. Poverty de...

Combating Climate Change

Grace DIGirolamo, Student Writer

March 14, 2019

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“Climate change is not like Santa where you can 'believe in it or not’,” is how AP Environmental teacher Mrs. Bates described the ongoing problem of climate change. “Climates have changed. They will change. What people a...

The Future of Renewable Energy Sources

Christina Thatcher, Journalism Student

March 1, 2019

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Despite popular opinion, the environment is equally as important as our economy is for the future. If the environment does not become our first priority as Sabrina Bates, an environmental science teacher at Pennridge High Schoo...

The future of renewable energy sources

Christiana Thatcher, Staff Writer

February 28, 2019

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Despite popular opinion, the environment is equally as important as our economy is for the future. If the environment does not become our first priority as Sabrina Bates, an environmental science teacher at Pennridge High Schoo...

Black Panther Arises From The Shadows

Alexa Machado, Student Writer

February 26, 2019

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Animal activists, scientists, and environmental enthusiasts all rejoice in the first recent sighting of the black panther in Africa. The man behind the photo, a member of the biologist team set to get evidence of life, is Wil...

Driving Ages Around the World

Zahraa Munshi, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019

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Independence and freedom are two very important things that come with age. For many of us it’s once we start driving, which is usually around the age of 16. In many states and countries the driving age varies from 14 to 18. There...

The Polar Vortex: Effects on the Nation and Climate Change

Vivian Labs, Staff Writer

February 11, 2019

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Recently the United States experienced drastically low temperatures through a polar vortex and some suspect that it was caused by climate change. In fact, what many people don't know is that a polar vortex is not caused...

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