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Heartbeat Bill Ends Abortion in Texas

October 29, 2021

On September 1st, 2021, Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, signed the “Heartbeat Bill” into law. This law...

The Theft of the “My Body My Choice” Movement

The Theft of the “My Body My Choice” Movement

October 21, 2021

In the past few months, anti-maskers have adopted the slogan from the women’s movement “my...

The Impact of Masks on High School Athletes

March 11, 2021

More than 60 percent of QCHS athletes believe the restrictions required by COVID-19 protocols --...

The Harry Potter Reunion: See the Cast 20 Years Later
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Social Media’s Influence on the Political Divide

Sofia Bezila, Editor | January 25, 2022

A majority of American citizens receive their news from social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, and the dreaded Twitter. The main issue of this is the spread of misinformation - - along with a lack of. Most people are headline readers, only looking at the headline of an article without any further research, automatically assuming the article is accurate. Overall this leads to a miscommunication...

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Quakertown Comes Together for the King’s

Hannah Murphy, Staff Writer | January 25, 2022

Over the holidays, Quakertown experienced a tragedy like no other; losing members of a deeply loved and involved family to a house fire. The King family were not only known from baseball and schooling, but every other community event. They could always be spotted with a smile on their face. The loss of Eric (father) and two of his sons, Patrick and Liam, hit our community , but showed us...

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January’s Outstanding Student of the Month

Sofia Bezila, Editor | January 21, 2022

Justin Adamson is currently a senior at Quakertown Community High School and is January’s outstanding student of the month. A driven student, Justin thrives on accelerated courses such as AP statistics and AP Literature as well as political science honors. For current and future high school students, Justin advises completing all schoolwork, getting things in on time, and putting in the extra effort...

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