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Recent Opinion Stories

School Lunches: Edible or Not?

School Lunches: Edible or Not?

March 24, 2022

Food is a very important resource as it gives all living things the nutrients they need to keep themselves...

Joe Rogan Faces Backlash After Spreading Misinformation

Joe Rogan Faces Backlash After Spreading Misinformation

February 17, 2022

        Joe Rogan is coming under fire for remarks he is saying on his popular podcast “The Joe...

Book Banning: Hurting or Helping Schools?

Book Banning: Hurting or Helping Schools?

February 17, 2022

Book Bannings are Hurting Children Instead of Helping           As Americans, we have the freedom...

Jack Harlow’s No. 1 Hit Travels “First Class”
The Reboot that Saved DC “The Batman in Review”
The 2022 Oscars are Here!

Recent Entertainment / Arts Stories

May 6, 2022

The Paw Prints staff creates a survey for each issue to collect first-hand feedback on matters inside Quakertown High school. The results of the surveys give staff writers the opportunity to write articles with real statistics from the schools' community and let the student's voices be heard. By sharing your opinion, this is your chance to leave a lasting effect on your school. The link is below for...

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Hannah Murphy and Elizabeth Glenn, Editor | April 27, 2022

Freshman: Taylor Kletzing The freshman student of the month is Taylor Kletzing. She plays soccer and is a part of Minithon, Best Buddies, KeyClub, and Student Council. Taylor takes all Honors and AP classes, including Spanish 3 Honors, English 9 Honors, Precalc Honors, Biology Honors, and AP Human Geography. When asked what her high school experience has been like so far, she stated, “My freshman...

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The Duality of Race and Capital Punishment in the U.S.

Sofia Bezila, Editor | April 26, 2022

Race plays a crucial role in deciding who receives the death sentence based on more serious crimes. When considering the death penalty, one’s thoughts may automatically go toward infamous criminals such as Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy -- well-known serial killers who committed horrific crimes. Yet, there are death row inmates who do not amount to the previous men stated and face unfairness under...

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Quakertown Students Travel to Costa Rica
Quakertown Students Travel to Costa Rica
Julie Pizzi, Editor • April 26, 2022

The travel club provided students with the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel to Costa Rica. On April 11th, 14 students, including me, and two teachers, Senora Fuller and Mr. Magditch, traveled to...

Artwork by Kaitlyn Murphy
QCHS Prom Dress Drive
March 24, 2022
New Mexico’s New College Tuition – The Opportunity Scholarship

Recent News Stories

Cassava: Experimental Alzheimers Drug
Cassava: Experimental Alzheimer's Drug
Nicole Basty April 26, 2022

In July 2021, the company Cassava released its drug, simufilam, which they claim improves cognitive ability in Alzheimer's patients. The Austin...

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