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Donate gently used books to the book drive 11/28-12/16
Give the gift of reading this holiday season
Peyton Stagliano, Staff Writer • November 21, 2022
Board Meeting Report: Board gives proclamations to young heroes in the district
Emily Dahms, Staff Writer • November 18, 2022

HATFIELD -The Hatfield Township building hosted this week’s School Board meeting as the board continues their initiative of travelling around...

Where is my parking pass money going?
Peyton Stagliano, Staff Writer • November 11, 2022

Hundreds of spots await as the North Penn students rush to be the first to occupy them. Now the senior class has filled a majority of the spots,...

Boo at the Zoo
Nick Lupinacci, Staff Writer • November 8, 2022

The fall is full of great volunteer opportunities for members of the North Penn Key Club. One of the most interesting is definitely Boo at the...

I DIDNT VOTE: North Penn High School students make their way to classes on Tuesday, November 22, 2022. Many high school students are contributing members  of the economy and will be the next leaders of a world that will be greatly effected by the recent election. Yet, many cannot yet vote.
Opinion: The silenced voice in voting
Nathan Rawa, Staff Writer • November 22, 2022

They can start driving. They pay taxes. They go out shopping. They have a major impact on the economy. However, they can’t vote. Their voices aren’t heard. This is the...

WATCH YOUR LANGUAGE: French Club students joined together for a huddle during North Penns annual World Cup- a bonding activity hosted by the language and cultural clubs each year where they play a game of soccer together.
Opinion: Learning a language can unlock the world
Kate Miller, Staff Writer • November 21, 2022

In 2022 there were over 7,000 official languages worldwide; how many do you know?  Since seventh grade, North Penn has allowed students to study a language of their choice...

File Photo: AUTUMN AMERICANA -  A home at the intersection of Old Morris Rd. and Old Forty Foot Rd. in Towamencin Township displays the American flag on October 30, 2019. If its autumn and its America, that means its also election season. Voters across the country will make choices, largely in local elections, as they exercise their civil duty and cast their votes.
OPINION - Election Reflection: Why young voters parted the red sea during this year’s midterm
Michelle Patelmo, Staff Writer • November 20, 2022

Getting Taylor Swift tickets isn’t the only problem on Gen-Z’s mind this November.  Pennsylvania’s midterm elections happened on November 8th with a voter turnout...

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BUGGIN OUT - Benjamin layers egg trays inside of tanks, something he believes to be their favorite hiding spot.
Infesting in his future
Ethan Beleiff, Staff Writer • November 17, 2022

It can be said that every great idea stems from an even greater problem. For Noah Benjamin, it was the...

A full table setup that displays usage of stone-wrapping, chipped stones, and beading along with emblems.
North Penn student-jeweler a cut above the rest
Ethan Beleiff, Staff Writer • November 8, 2022

You’d be hard-pressed to find someone obsessed with “wrapping stones” anywhere else than in the...

Kerzmann turns over a new leaf and transitions to NPHS
Kerzmann brings love of math from Pennfield to North Penn High School
Yamuni Kaijumi, Staff Writer • October 27, 2022

This school year, Mr. Gerald Kerzmann transferred from Pennfield to North Penn High School. The main...

Julia Kile making a save against Great Valley in her last game as a Knight.
Kile’s vision helping her to reach and save goals
October 25, 2022

As Julia Kile waits for the girl to take her shot, her heart is pounding out of her chest. All she can...

Mrs. Turner begins her new era as a full-time guidance counselor
Turning the coasts: Mrs. Turner's journey towards counseling
October 23, 2022

As many seniors struggle to decide on a major for college around this time of year, Mrs. Jessica Turner’s...

The glorious green stalls compliment the black and white tiling of the K-Pod bathroom.
Flushing out the NPHS restrooms
Maria Pushart, Staff Writer • November 22, 2022

TOWAMENCIN  - It’s second period in C-pod; you’re sitting in chemistry on the verge of falling asleep;...

A model of EHang 184 and the next generation of Dubai Drone Taxi is seen during the second day of the World Government Summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Monday, Feb. 13, 2017. Dubai hopes to have a passenger-carrying drone buzzing through the skyline of this futuristic city-state in July. Mattar al-Tayer, the head of Dubais Roads & Transportation Agency, made the surprise announcement Monday at the World Government Summit. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)
Has the age of flying cars arrived?
Sean Duffy, Staff Writer • November 22, 2022

German company Volocopter CEO Dirk Hoke is putting a new meaning to getting a “Lyft”. To all the...

Government supporters arrive for the first day of the Hands off Venezuela three-day music festival at the Tienditas International Bridge, in Venezuela on the border with Colombia, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Venezuelas power struggle is set to convert into a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting the embattled leaders refusal sing in rival concerts being held at both sides of a border bridge where tons of donated food and medicine are being stored. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
Reminding us of crisis in Venezuela
Juan Fernandez, Staff Writer • November 22, 2022

For most, going to visit grandparents includes a drive down the countryside, or maybe walking right down...

All smiles for signing day: Nine North Penn student-athletes stand celebrating signing day
9 Knights sign National Letters of Intent
Marissa Leibowitz, Sports Editor • November 21, 2022

For some, playing sports has always been just a fun activity or an extracurricular. For nine Knights, they turned that fun into a passion and have taken it all the way to...

KICKING INTO GEAR: The Philadelphia Union set to play F.C. Cincinnati on October 20th at Subaru Park
Stellar season for Union
Nick Lupinacci, Staff Writer • November 17, 2022

Soccer fans in Philadelphia did not need to watch European leagues to see outstanding soccer this year. The Philadelphia Union had a phenomenal season that fell 30 seconds...

North Penn kicking it off vs the Pennsbury Falcons on 10/14/22
PREVIEW: Knights to travel to Falcons for first round of District 1 playoffs
Shreeya Patel, Staff Writer • November 2, 2022

TOWAMENCIN- At the end of October, the Knights were forced to play their absolute best football to land a spot in the District 1 playoffs. After a rough season, they came...

A JOLLY STANDEE - An ersatz Olaf Scholz, the chancellor of Germany, stands in the German club’s shirt.
A Wunderbar Time At This Year's Deutschklub
Aidan Simon, Staff Writer • November 17, 2022

There’s not a single doppelgänger to be found among the people in this club, taking in the joys of German culture that is far beyond kitsch. Walking into the room, with...

 Two friends pose for a picture.
Boo at the Zoo
Nick Lupinacci, Staff Writer • November 8, 2022

The fall is full of great volunteer opportunities for members of the North Penn Key Club. One of the most interesting is definitely Boo at the Zoo. The Key Club is a club...

School Board Meeting 10/20/22
NPTV October 21, 2022
NPTV - Girls' Volleyball Senior Knight
NPTV October 19, 2022
SMILE FOR THE CAMERA! This was something that McCurdy was forced to do all of her childhood. Now that she has evolved, this child star has taken the opportunity to present what was really happening behind the camera.
As a kid growing up... watching the unspoken life of a child star
Maureen Gambogi, Staff Writer • November 22, 2022

What’s on the screen isn’t as always as it seems. Jenette McCurdy had seemed to be a happy kid, but...

A BLAST FROM THE PAST: Associate Editor Tyler Letchers CD collection, containing all used discs organized in alphabetical order.
Why I still buy CDs
Tyler Letcher, Associate Editor • November 20, 2022

I walk into a store, looking for a specific Pink Floyd CD. I’d love to have it on my iPod, and to listen...

Milliron with the Larry OBrien Trophy at CBS, her reporting home base.
Alumni Emily Milliron scores in sports media
Emily Courtney, Staff Writer • January 17, 2022
Tejas Priyadarshi will begin a new chapter of his life in February. He landed his dream job and will jump start his career in a unique way.
North Penn alum has future in the "cloud"
Milan Varia, Executive Editor • January 13, 2022
North Penn Alum Sean Fisher running in his freshman year at West Chester University.
NP grad Fisher running through freshman year
Emily Dahms, Staff Writer • December 21, 2021