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Shopping for handmade goods, Souderton residents Donna Gasner (left) and Linda Tulino check out a keychain display at the Link Crew’s Craft Fair and Mommy Market. The event took place in Souderton’s gym on March 9.
Link Crew craft fair supports Laurel House
To raise funds and support Laurel House, a domestic violence prevention center, Link Crew organized a Craft Fair and Mommy Market on March 9.
Keya Dahale, Staff Writer • April 4, 2024

By holding a Craft Fair and Mommy Market, Link Crew raised funds and took donations for Laurel House. The event was held in the gym on March 9, and raised over $2,700. According to Link Crew advisor Kelli Nonemacher, Link Crew does one major fundraiser per year. “We'd like to do at least a fundraiser once a year to help out Link Crew as well as another nonprofit organization,” Nonemacher said. This nonprofit organization has been Jenna’s Blessing Bags in past years, but the club decided to “change things up” and have a craft fair as...

AcaDec wins regional title, places second at States
AcaDec wins regional title, places second at States
Nadia Choe, Staff Writer • April 4, 2024

The Academic Decathlon (AcaDec) teams’s 6th regional earlier this year can be attributed to the community that supports the preparation involved. On March 8-9 the team also placed second at the state...

FAFSA delays packages
FAFSA delays packages
Douglas Reily, Staff Writer • April 4, 2024

Due to approaching college commitment deadlines, this year’s change in the way the FAFSA is completed is creating delays, which is causing stress for many students and parents across the country. More...

Wellness dept. ‘raises the bar’ with new requirements
Kami Ziegler, Staff Writer • April 4, 2024

By increasing required movement classes for the Class of 2027 and onwards, the wellness department aims to increase mental wellness of students and promote healthy habits. According to wellness coordinator...

Demonstrating her work as part of Souderton’s womens’ a capella group, Chordination, senior Ava Mills performs “Bills Bills Bills” by Destiny’s Child. Chordination was just one of many student music groups that performed at Music in Our Schools Night on March 6.
Music in Our Schools highlights student talent
Ava Tabernilla, Staff Writer • April 4, 2024

By performing a variety of music within each subsect of the music department, students aim to showcase their musical talents at the Music in Our Schools event on March 6. This is the second year that...

Interested customer...During the March 16 Art and Soul Fest, Spanish teacher Rebecca Beemer admires freshman Ari Swindells’ handmade clay figures.
Art and Soul showcases talent
Lauren Fisher, Social Media Editor • April 4, 2024

Since October, members of the Art and Soul Fest have been preparing to showcase the talent existing in the art and music programs. The fest was held on March 16 from 6-9 p.m. in the main concourse. Art...

Enjoying the moment…At the official opening of Souderton’s Legacy Barber Company on January 24, (fifth, sixth and seventh from left) owners Drew Katz and Frankie Rosenburger and Mayor Dan Yocum celebrate with family, friends and fellow community members.
Souderton borough council, Mayor Yocum advocate for town council
Tristan Rocca Donna, Staff Writer • April 4, 2024

Because of Souderton’s small-town status, people like Mayor Dan Yocum alongside Souderton Borough, focus on appeasing and making Souderton flourish throughout their tenure, due to shared interests. Despite...

Debate loophole leaves lasting repercussions
Sam Kennedy, News Editor • April 4, 2024

If you’re in any way keeping up with politics, you probably saw the Supreme Court’s March 4 decision to allow former president Donald Trump to remain on the ballot for this year’s presidential election,...

Arrowhead News Column
Debate loophole leaves lasting repercussions
Sam Kennedy, News Editor • April 4, 2024

If you’re in any way keeping up with politics, you probably saw the Supreme Court’s March 4 decision to allow former president Donald Trump to remain on the ballot for this year’s presidential election, setting up a rematch of his 2020 faceoff with incumbent Joe Biden. Regardless of your view of the outcome, if we start to examine what led up to the decision itself, there are a couple of things we can point to as primary causes for the Supreme...

Roundup
Sam Kennedy, Arrowhead News Editor • December 15, 2023

Henry Kissinger dead at 100 Divisive former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger died November 29 at the age of 100. Kissinger, served...

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Calm down kits help create stress free environment
Sam Kennedy, News Editor • April 4, 2024

Aiming to provide more resources to combat student anxiety, the district is introducing “Calm Down Kits” into classrooms at the high school. The...

Project planning…Working on her science fair slideshow, sophomore Pranati Jammalamadaka prepares for the PJAS competition, which took place on February 24.
Science fair promotes responsibilities, life skills
Aimal Ahmad, Staff Writer • April 4, 2024

By competing in the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS)Science Fair, students are able to learn life skills, outside of the science...

Why we celebrate Women’s History Month
Why we celebrate Women’s History Month
Abby Nyce, Staff Writer • April 4, 2024

In order to highlight the successes of women in America, March is nationally acknowledged as Women’s History month and acts as a catalyst for...

PJ pants provide easy, comfortable outfits for students
PJ pants provide easy, comfortable outfits for students
Kendal Hoover, Staff Writer • April 4, 2024

By giving students another outfit option to wear to school, PJ pants have been a staple piece for students who want to feel at home while doing...

Boys, girls winter track wins at states, nationals
Boys, girls winter track wins at states, nationals
Zoe Bass, Managing Editor • April 4, 2024

Due to their performances this season from individual events to relays, the boys and girls winter track team sent the most competitors to states and nationals...

Increased ticket prices limit Super Bowl attendees
April 4, 2024

By raising the price of tickets to the Super Bowl, the annual event has become unaffordable to many football fans, making...

Boys basketball team managers help with stats, spirit
April 4, 2024

To help players and coaches, the basketball team managers assist during games and practices by getting the necessary equipment...

Softball ‘catches’ trip to Myrtle Beach, SC
April 4, 2024

To enhance their skills and engage in some team bonding, the softball team enjoyed what has become an annual trip when they...

The Way We See It
April 4, 2024

By taking time to walk around a local park or simply sitting outside to do homework, the exposure to fresh air can be highly beneficial to reducing...

Arrowhead Features Column
Women face underrepresentation, stereotypes in movies
Women face underrepresentation, stereotypes in movies
Melanie Vincent, Features Editor • April 4, 2024

Still often facing barriers and discrimination in Hollywood, women still remain underrepresented in movie and television media.  Despite immense progress for women in the U.S., there are still fewer female main protagonists, major characters and speaking characters compared to their male counterparts.  According...

Sports Editor's Pick
Performing under pressure…Shooting a mid-range 2-pointer, Northwestern Wildcats point guard Casey Harter plays against the Penn State Nittany Lions. The final score was 76-65 in favor of the Nittany Lions.
Harter shows early success at D1 Northwestern University
Finley Kearns, Staff Writer • April 4, 2024
Arrowhead Sports Column
Sixers struggle minus Embiid
Sixers struggle minus Embiid
Sahana George, Sports Editor • April 4, 2024

With center Joel Embiid recovering from a lateral meniscus injury, the Philadelphia 76ers have relied on point guard Tyrese Maxey as well as some more recently acquired players. Embiid...

Media Menu
Issue 3 Media Menu
February 5, 2024
Movies:

Madame Web - 2/14

Bob Marley: One Love - 2/14

Dune: Part 2 - 3/1

Kung Fu Panda 4 - 3/8

TV Shows:

Avatar: The Last Airbender
Entertainment Column
‘Bob Marley: One Love’ reflects great character
‘Bob Marley: One Love’ reflects great character
Everett Self, Entertainment and Design Editor • April 4, 2024

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