Instant replay instantly spoiling baseball’s purity

With the wintry death grip by which the entire United States was held captive finally relinquishing it’s grasp, the Boys of Summer have started yet another year of one of America’s most cherished traditions. Baseball is back all across the country, and on every level -- Little Leagues, school teams, professional teams, farm teams, college teams,... Read more »

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Instant replay instantly spoiling baseball’s purity

Scott Vogel, Staff Writer

With the wintry death grip by which the entire United States was held captive finally relinquishing it’s grasp, the Boys of Summer have started yet another year of one of...  Read More »

April 17, 2015 • 0 comments

School board continues discussions on school funding

Taylor Young, Staff Writer

LANSDALE- The North Penn School District Board of School Directors began their meeting on April 16th, 2015 by recognizing students throughout the district for their...  Read More »

April 17, 2015 • 0 comments

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Titanic the Musical sure to rock the boat at North Penn High School

Titanic the Musical sure to rock the boat at North Penn High School

Siena Catanzaro, Staff Writer

All aboard for Titanic the Musical! As opening night approaches, rehearsals are becoming more intense and more often for the cast and crew members of Titanic...  Read More »

April 16, 2015 • 0 comments

Guest Soloist John Swana performs with the North Penn High School Navy Jazz Band on the annual Knight of Jazz.

Swing, funk, and solo talent impress audiences at annual Knight of Jazz

April 16, 2015

Students prepare to join the Dodgeball Tournament at the close of North Penn High School's annual G.A.S. night.

Annual G.A.S. Night successful way for kids to get the most out of Phys. Ed. classes

March 30, 2015

Models line up for their final applause at North Penn High School's annual fashion show, this year entitled "Visions in Black and White."

Fashion Show spotlights student designers’ creativity on the catwalk

March 26, 2015

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Shirley chimes in on french fries, sweatpants, and more

Knight Crier

  Dear Shirley: Every day, I can’t decide whether I should buy a school lunch or bring a lunch from home. While it’s certainly cheaper and healthier...  Read More »

January 6, 2015 • 0 comments

Ask Shirley (3)

ASK SHIRLEY – The KC introduces its new “advice” column

October 23, 2014

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Mo’ne Davis’s venture into the fashion world is sure to be a home run

Mo’ne Davis’s venture into the fashion world is sure to be a home run

Abby Mohr, Staff Writer

Mo’ne Davis is a girl of many talents, and she is using them to her full capability. The second girl to ever play in the Little League World Series and the first to ever...  Read More »

April 8, 2015 • 0 comments

This tailored pin-striped pantsuit worn with a collarless white silk blouse and matching white belt was part of Giorgio Armani's Spring-Summer fashion collection in Milan Sunday, October 6 1996. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)

“Business casual” doesn’t have to mean boring: Abby’s guide to interview style

March 13, 2015

In this photo released by the University of Southern Mississippi, Tyleen Caffrey, a University of Southern Mississippi School of Social Work graduate student from Seminary, Miss., sorts through more than 100 prom dresses donated to the Student Association of Social Workers prom dress drive, Wednesday on the Hattiesburg, Miss., campus. Dresses are being donated from individuals, shops and organizations from around the state, and will be given to girls in foster care during the spring for prom season. A contest for a prom makeover also will be held for those who submit an essay about going to the prom. (AP Photo/University of Southern Mississippi, Steve Rouse)

Abby weighs in on prom season and how to find your perfect dress

March 3, 2015

A model is prepared ahead of the Paul Smith collection during London Fashion Week, Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013, London. (Photo by Jonathan Short/Invision/AP)

As the new year begins, Abby reflects on the best products of 2014

January 21, 2015

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Chris Yang: North Penn’s chess prodigy in the making

Chris Yang: North Penn’s chess prodigy in the making

Molly Dooling, Staff Writer

Starting in its earliest form some 15,000 years ago, the game of chess is believed to have originated in Eastern India in the Gupta Empire. It was first known as chaturaṅga,...  Read More »

April 14, 2015 • 0 comments

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Throwback Thursday: the music program’s long journey

Throwback Thursday: the music program’s long journey

Dan Sardaro, Executive Editor

The year is 1966; “Hammerin” Hank Aaron led baseball in home runs, Johnson was President, Star Trek aired for the first time on TV, and the Beatles performed their last...  Read More »

April 16, 2015 • 0 comments

From left, Frank, Frankie, Nicole, and Colleen Yanni pose with the emblems of the sports they work so hard to continue in spite of injuries and setbacks.

Setbacks proving to be no match for Yannis’ desire

April 15, 2015

Josh Weckerly performs a solo at Moravian College while director David DiValentino keeps lead of the band.

Navy Jazz Band to headline at the Bethlehem Steelstacks

April 15, 2015

The pointed router bit spins at 6000RPM to cut a 0.005” deep groove in the blank copper board.  That’s the thickness of two sheets of paper.

Senior Tucker Burg tackles 21st century manufacturing project

April 15, 2015

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Journalism’s digital race to publish: Rolling Stone debacle puts 21st century media in crosshairs

Journalism’s digital race to publish: Rolling Stone debacle puts 21st century media in crosshairs

Steph Krane, Staff Writer

Last November, when Rolling Stone first published its now-infamous exposé, “A Rape on Campus,” the report was met with immediate outrage and shock from people...  Read More »

April 9, 2015 • 1 comment

FILE - In this Sept. 25, 2014, file photo, Little League pitcher Mo'ne Davis talks to reporters in the Plaque Gallery at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. Mo'ne Davis believes in second chances. Davis told ESPN on Monday, March 23, 2015, that she sent an email to Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania to request it reinstate first baseman Joey Casselberry. Davis says "everyone makes mistakes" after Casselberry called her a crude name while criticizing the Disney Channel for making a movie about her.  (AP Photo/Mike Groll, File)

Staff writers weigh in on college baseball player’s Tweet

March 31, 2015

Social Media -  It is as much a  part of the millennial generation as phones and television were to previous generations, but now problems are arising when the line between responsible and irresponsible is blurred.

EDITORIAL: Recent events point to question – What are we becoming? Our generation and the underbelly of social media

March 30, 2015

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March 11, 2015

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Top Ten Ways to Prompose

Top Ten Ways to Prompose

10. Get your date a giant sign...and a giant teddy bear...and giant chocolates...and giant roses 9. Construct the letters of "Prom?" using some form of baked goods, preferably cupcakes 8....  Read More »

February 27, 2015 • 0 comments

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