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NASA’s Cut Back on Budget and Missions

Lexi Harder, Staff Writer

April 16

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ents remember when Neil Armstrong took those first steps on the moon in 1969.  Since then, eleven more Americans have trekked the lunar surface, but the last visit was in 1972.  Due to President Obama’s budget cuts, it looks...

So, Alexis Editor-in-Chief

February 17

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To all Harriton High School students, the end of January means one thing: midterms. However, to all Harriton High School seniors, the end of January means that the beginning of second semester is approaching and that we are a...

Russia’s Plan for the Future: Asteroid Deflection

February 17

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Emily Brody-Bizar Staff Writer In the movie Armageddon, an asteroid heading towards Earth threatens humanity’s very existence.  Fortunately for humanity, NASA hires Bruce Willis and his expert team of blue-collar oil drillers...

Apple’s Latest

Apple’s Latest

February 17

What’s the World on the Tweet?

November 25

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Adjoa Mante Staff Writer Although it has only existed for three years, Twitter, a site which allows people to ‘follow’ their favorite celebrities and friends by reading the ‘tweets’ that they post, is becoming a part...

Obama’s Healthcare Plan

November 17

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Jackie Milestone News Editor President Obama’s healthcare reform proposition may not be average lunchroom talk, but it is something that everyone – student to senior citizen – should know about. It is not as though...

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