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Harriton’s Inaugural Quidditch Cup

Drew Krane, Staff Writer

November 17, 2011

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The first annual Quidditch Tournament at Harriton High School was the brainchild of student council president Bryan Ellis. In an effort to instill more spirit into our lives, the student council set out to create a Harry Potter...

Quidditch Called Off In Effort to Avoid Injury

Lexi Harder, Staff Writer

November 8, 2011

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Monday, November 7, 2011 marked what was to have been the first annual quidditch tournament at Harriton High School. Beginning at 7:00 pm on the dot, the players representing the four houses gathered in the gym to display their...

“Talking Back” Will Give Teens an Opportunity to Speak their Minds

October 20, 2011

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Narberth (Oct 17).  On Wednesday, November 9, local teens will present a public discussion about issues raised in a recent survey of 2,200 students from eight Main Line schools.  The focus will be on key survey findings that...

Harriton Harvest Fair Approaches

Carlie Ladda, News Editor

October 19, 2011

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The Harriton Harvest Fair is occurring on October 23! It is running from 12 to 4 in the afternoon regardless of weather. The Harvest Fair is full of many wonderful things. There are many fun games and some wonderful arts and crafts...

Spirit Week Storms Through Harriton

Brandon Lapensohn, Assistant Working Editor

October 17, 2011

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Last week, Harriton students participated in Spirit Week, sponsored by the Harriton Student Council. Each day, students dressed according to the theme for each day of the week. On Monday, students wore neon and tie-dye, resulting...

The Last Stanz

Costanza Maio, Editor-in-Chief

April 16, 2010

Filed under Archives, Opinion

Procrastination and the College Freshman I want to talk about procrastination. Truth be told, it is an epidemic amongst high schoolers, from freshmen to seniors. Why do we do it? I’m curious to know. When we come home, m...

Is There a Place in Our Society for Creativity?

Victoria Cano, Staff Writer

April 16, 2010

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“Excrement! That’s what I think of Mr. J. Evans Pritchard! We’re not laying pipe! We’re talking about poetry. How can you describe poetry like American Bandstand? ‘I like Byron, I give him a 42 but I can’t dance to...

Samaya Sinha, Staff Writer

April 16, 2010

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The Western impression of Oriental and African cultures is largely distorted by the media. However, to what extent does the Western perspective of these cultures promote conflict, even violence and war? As a foreigner, I have...

Imagine A World without AP or IB

Costanza Maio, Editor-in-Chief

April 16, 2010

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The decision to take AP and IB classes weighs on students starting even from the eighth grade or earlier. Our competitive, “rat race” society has gotten to such an extreme point that students (and parents) are planning their...

Valentine’s Day— Commercial or Sentimental?

Samaya Sinha, Staff Writer

April 16, 2010

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Each year, the malls overflow with red, pink, and white—Valentine’s Day merchandise.  Thousands of stores advertise hearts and flowers and teddy bears and candy.  Logos and balloons shine brightly on walls—I love you,...

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