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  • Ram of the Week: Noah Karpel
  • Harriton TSA Comes Out on Top at Regional Conference
  • Harriton Competes in Philadelphia Model UN Conference
  • What’s Happening in Renewable Energy?
  • President Trump Considers The North Korean Threat
  • Ram of the Week: Noah Karpel

    Ram of the Week: Noah Karpel

    Ana-Isabela Navarro, Staff Writer

    March 21, 2017

    Noah Karpel, among being a Star Wars fanatic and dog lover, is a lively senior here at Harriton. Wherever he goes he never ceases to make someone laugh. Noah is incredibly well rounded and involved in the Harriton Community. Whether it’s through Student Council, Mr. Harriton, or the Terd, Noah ‘Doobs’...

  • Harriton TSA Comes Out on Top at Regional Conference

    Harriton TSA Comes Out on Top at Regional Conference

    Charisma Hasan, Staff Writer

    March 16, 2017

    On February 11 in Quakertown, the Harriton TSA chapter (HHSTSA) spent the day at Strayer Middle School competing in the Pennsylvania TSA Region 5 conference. This was the first competitive conference of the year for the thirty-six members of HHSTSA who had been preparing since November. In the end, the...

    Harriton TSA Members at the Conference

  • Harriton Competes in Philadelphia Model UN Conference

    Harriton Competes in Philadelphia Model UN Conference

    Ana Navarro, Staff Writer

    March 15, 2017

    From March 2 to March 5, Harriton’s Model UN team competed in the Philadelphia Model United Nations conference. The team consisted of eleven students and won the award recognizing the best small delegation. The conference was held in Old City Philadelphia and spanned three and a half days. The regional...

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  • What’s Happening in Renewable Energy?

    What’s Happening in Renewable Energy?

    Amélie Lemay, Staff Writer

    March 13, 2017

    The warm temperatures this past month have reminded us that global warming - which is largely attributed to the burning of fossil fuels - is taking its toll on Earth’s climate. Therefore, it’s important to learn about the ways energy can be harnessed without burning fossil fuels. Hydropower Hydropower is energy captur...

    Renogy, a leading expert in renewable, non-traditional energy, unveils the Phoenix, a personal solar energy solution that transforms the power of the sun into easy-to-use dependable energy. The Phoenix is designed for mobile, off-grid applications and is ideal for emergencies. (Handout/TNS)

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  • President Trump Considers The North Korean Threat

    President Trump Considers The North Korean Threat

    Jai Brown, Staff Writer

    March 10, 2017

    President Trump is considering, among other options, military action against North Korea in an effort to halt its nuclear weapons program. The White House hopes that the seriousness with which it views the threat of nuclear weapons in North Korea might compel China to join with the United States in...

    Liu Yunshan, left, China's Communist Party's fifth-ranking leader, waves with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during a parade in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Oct. 10, 2015. (Rao Aimin/Xinhua/Zuma Press/TNS)

    TNS

Sports

Softball Season Preview

Sonia Groeneveld, Staff Writer

The Harriton softball team, led by senior captains Sonia Groeneveld and Shannon Finegan, is looking forward to the coming season. With both varsity coaches Beck and Kidd...

March 23No Comments

  • Girls Ice Hockey Season Recap March 22
  • Athlete of the Week: Jonah Frankel March 20
  • HLM Squash Season Recap March 17

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Spotlight

Spotlight on: FBLA

Spotlight on: FBLA

Daseul Kim, Spotlight Editor

Future Business Leaders of America, a branch club at Harriton High School, is getting ready for their state competition in Hershey, Pennsylvania, coming up this April 3rd....

March 23No Comments

  • Ram of the Week: Noah Karpel March 21
  • Ram of the Week: Adam Judkowski March 16
  • Spotlight on: Leukemia and Lymphoma Society March 3

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Arts & Entertainment

Review of “Laughter on the 23rd Floor”

Melanie Metz, Arts and Entertainment Editor

I was extremely excited to go see “Laughter on the 23rd Floor” at the Walnut Street Theatre. Neil Simon is a famous playwright who has received multiple Tony awards and...

February 24No Comments

  • The Breakdown on Kanye’s Breakdown February 6
  • “Something Rotten” Review January 10
  • No Country for Fluky Folk: A Review of the Cinematic Landmark Nocturnal Animals December 23

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Science & Tech

What’s Happening in Renewable Energy?

What’s Happening in Renewable Energy?

Amélie Lemay, Staff Writer

The warm temperatures this past month have reminded us that global warming - which is largely attributed to the burning of fossil fuels - is taking its toll on Earth’s...

March 13No Comments

Stem Careers 101

Stem Careers 101

March 1

Turn Up The H.E.A.T – Solving the Energy Crisis

February 28

When Does Dieting Cross the Line?

February 10

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Humor

Trump: Nationwide Ban On Garlic And Wooden Stakes

Trump: Nationwide Ban On Garlic And Wooden Stakes

Ava Brown and Jack Mendelsohn

The Trump transition team has offered great perks to the early-on Trump loyalists. And, although not all initial Trump endorsers have had their backs scratched, reports are...

December 6No Comments

Webkinz Rebels Overrun Cyber Capitol

Webkinz Rebels Overrun Cyber Capitol

October 24

Human Flu Epidemic More Widespread Than Scientists Thought

Human Flu Epidemic More Widespread Than Scientists Thought

March 1

Personality Quiz: Which ‘Friends’ Character Are You?

Personality Quiz: Which ‘Friends’ Character Are You?

November 11

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Opinion

Failed Social Justice, Again

Failed Social Justice, Again

Joel Danilewitz, Executive Editor

President Trump recently signed three executive orders in conjunction with Senator Jeff Sessions’ appointment as Attorney General. The orders were bereft of much detail;...

March 7No Comments

  • Safe Space and the Body Politic January 3
  • The Role of Accent in Hireability December 8
  • The Effect of Trump’s Win on Climate Change November 28

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Features

Cool Things IB Students are Doing for C.A.S.

Cool Things IB Students are Doing for C.A.S.

Emil Andersen, Staff Writer

CAS; Creativity, Activity, and Service; is an IB requirement that all IB students must embrace at the beginning of their junior year. Students must incorporate their current...

February 23No Comments

  • Meet the Mr. Harriton Contestants: Jake Berberian and Jake Rome February 23
  • Meet the Mr. Harriton Contestants: Devon Chulik and Joel Danilewitz February 22
  • The Holy Trinity (of Cars) February 14

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News

Harriton TSA Comes Out on Top at Regional Conference

Harriton TSA Comes Out on Top at Regional Conference

Charisma Hasan, Staff Writer

On February 11 in Quakertown, the Harriton TSA chapter (HHSTSA) spent the day at Strayer Middle School competing in the Pennsylvania TSA Region 5 conference. This was the...

March 16No Comments

  • Harriton Competes in Philadelphia Model UN Conference March 15
  • President Trump Considers The North Korean Threat March 10
  • The French Presidential Election March 6

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The School Newspaper of Harriton High School
The School Newspaper of Harriton High School