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Increase in Price Sends Netflix Reeling

Holden McGinnis, Science/Tech Editor

September 15, 2011

Since announcing increased prices on July 12th, Netflix’s stock has plummeted. The backlash to the decision is much worse than expected, as the company expects to close September down 600,000 U.S. customers from June. This is...

A Perfect Vision

Julia Carp, Spotlight Editor

March 16, 2011

Dating back to the time of elementary school, I had always been the frustrated student in art class due to my lack of artistic abilities.  I would always admire, and would sometimes be jealous of, those who actually could draw...

Learning at Colleges Falls Short

Jaime Toplin

February 20, 2011

College: something that crosses the mind of many Harriton students with great frequency as a place to go after high school, take classes of personal interest, and start on a path that will eventually lead to a future career. It...

Riots in Egypt: The Voice of a Nation

Catherine Haslam

February 15, 2011

For thirty years, Hosni Mubarak has ruled the Egyptian people. For thirty years, they have been oppressed, they have lost jobs, and about 40% now live on two dollars a day. On January 25th, which was National Police Day, however,...

SpaceX Falcon 9 Launch Success

Sydney Soll

February 1, 2011

For years, government funding for NASA has been decreasing, to the point where President Obama has announced that the lunar launches will be ended and all research will be strictly focused on getting humans to Mars. There are...

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal

Sydney Berger

February 1, 2011

On Wednesday December 22, 2010 President Barack Obama signed a new crucial law at the Interior Department with 500 attendees watching.  The new bill repealed a 17-year-old policy that banned homosexuals from serving in the military. ...

New START Treaty

Jessi Herrmann

February 1, 2011

On December 22, an important step was taken towards increasing global security.  After many months of discussion and debate, Congress finally ratified the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START).  This document replaces...

LMSD Settles Reconstruction Lawsuits of the Past

Liza Atillasoy

December 23, 2010

The Lower Merion School District (LMSD) elementary and middle school reconstruction projects have been completed for several years now, however school officials have only recently settled two lawsuits involving the renovations....

Four Loko Faces Bans

Emily Brody-Bizar, News Editor

December 23, 2010

On November 17, the FDA released official letters of warning to companies that mix alcohol and caffeine in beverages such as the Four Loko, Joose and Max, Moonshot, Core High Gravity HG, Core High Gravity HG Orange, and Lemon...

A Royal Wedding

Sydney Berger

December 23, 2010

On November 16, 2010, Clarence House announced the engagement of Prince William of Wales to Catherine “Kate” Elizabeth Middleton.  What is so fascinating behind this royal engagement is the fact that Miss Middleton is a commoner....

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