Senior Branesha Finger enjoys her B day lunch. Finger likes doing hair and is Instagram famous. Photo by Matthew Gibbs.

Faces of PCH: Branesha Finger

“I am Instagram famous” Finger said. “I have 14K followers.” Finger says she gets most of her followers from doing what she loves most. “I like doing hair,” she said. Finger not only likes to do hair, she also rakes in a good profit. “I’m making that bread” Finger said. […]

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Junior Jeremiah Alberty is wearing Sperry's and holding basketball shoes in his hands. He likes wearing nice shoes, but needs basketball shoes for practice.

Faces of PCH: Jeremiah Alberty

    When you see junior Jeremiah Alberty in the hallway, one day you might notice him wearing some Sperrys, and the next day you might catch him wearing basketball shoes. “I wear Sperrys, Nikes and Jordans” Alberty said. Alberty strategically plans the shoes he wears. “I wear Sperrys are […]

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Lewis Love wears a bucket hat just like any other day. Love has 3 pairs of them.

Faces of PCH: Lewis Love

If you ever see Lewis Love around school, you will usually notice that he is wearing a bucket hat. Popularized by rapper Schoolboy Q, the trend of wearing bucket hats has been a thing for about a year. Although this trend was started by the iconic rapper, Love doesn’t wear […]

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Vending machines serve up disappointment

Vending machines serve up disappointment

The district has now placed healthy options in the vending machines. Healthier options were put into the vending machines at the beginning of the school year in order to combat childhood obesity. To do this, the district has completely disposed of all the junk food in the vending machines and […]

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News

Faces of PCH: Minki Kim

Faces of PCH: Minki Kim

A perfect score on the ACT is not an easy task for any student, but senior Minki Kim achieved this feat while balancing a full plate. “I was going to stop after I got a second straight 34 but my parents forced me to take it again and thats when […]

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Sports

Boys Soccer Falls in OT to Parkway West in Districts

Boys Soccer Falls in OT to Parkway West in Districts

Yesterday’s district game against Parkway West ended an exciting season for the boys soccer team on West’s game winning goal in overtime. It was a close game from start to finish, and Parkway West ended up on top. A team effort on both sides of the ball, both teams fought with […]

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Features

Community response re-introduces stereotypes

Community response re-introduces stereotypes

The events in Ferguson have not only sparked a protest and reactions from students but have reintroduced the issue of stereotyping in schools. “I would say racial issues are a stereotype of a certain way you would act,” senior Khahlil Stith said. “We would not understand certain material because we […]

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Faces of PCH: Rachel Bernstein

Faces of PCH: Rachel Bernstein

For sophomore Rachel Bernstein, saving lives is not uncommon. Sea turtle’s lives that is, on her beach vacation this past summer. “Saving the sea turtle was a fabulous experience,” Bernstein said. “I felt like I had accomplished something special.” When the sophomore isn’t on the beach, you might be able […]

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Boys Soccer Falls in OT to Parkway West in Districts

Boys Soccer Falls in OT to Parkway West in Districts

Yesterday’s district game against Parkway West ended an exciting season for the boys soccer team on West’s game winning goal in overtime. It was a close game from start to finish, and Parkway West ended up on top. A team effort on both sides of the ball, both teams fought with […]

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Faces of PCH: Minki Kim

Faces of PCH: Minki Kim

A perfect score on the ACT is not an easy task for any student, but senior Minki Kim achieved this feat while balancing a full plate. “I was going to stop after I got a second straight 34 but my parents forced me to take it again and thats when […]

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Students react to death of Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras

Students react to death of Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras

Students are devastated by the death of 22 year old St. Louis Cardinals outfielder, Oscar Taveras, who died sunday night in a car crash in his native country, the Dominican Republic. Taveras was driving a 2014 Chevrolet Camaro on his way to his hometown of Sosua when his car hit […]

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Foreign exchange student adjusts to Central

Foreign exchange student adjusts to Central

Senior Alice Micheli is a foreign exchange student from Rome, Italy. “In Italy I had my family, my home, and my friends, so I thought I would be homesick,” Micheli said. “I adapted pretty soon but I still am making comparisons in my head about how different it is here.” […]

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Halloween: The Best Night of the Year

Halloween: The Best Night of the Year

Every October, kids from early preschool to sometimes the end of high school look forward to Halloween. It’s a night to be someone completely different than who you really are. You can dress up as your favorite superhero, princess, TV show character, movie character, animal, anything you want to be. […]

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Boys soccer eyes conference championship through roller coaster season

Playing against Parkway West on Oct. 1, junior Quinn Conlisk fights for the ball in the team's 2-0 victory. Photo by Shannon Flynn

The boys soccer team opened the season with high hopes and that has lasted through the rigors of the season as they work towards a conference championship. “I expected us to be good because I could see the talent on the team from freshman all the way up to seniors,” […]

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10 reasons to do a high school sport

Freshman Zach Hresko passes through his teammates on the varsity soccer game on Sep. 23. Photo by Shannon Flynn.

1. Good way to meet people Sports are an easy way to meet people from around the school. As an underclassman, participating in a sport is a way to meet older students that can help navigate the way through high school, and give tips on what to do and what […]

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Faces of PCH: Graham Wells

Faces of PCH: Graham Wells

Long school days and homework can take up much of a typical students time, so freshman Graham Wells chose to both attend school and take some online classes. “I do my online classes so I don’t have to do all of the homework for public school,” Wells said. “If it […]

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Faces of PCH: Kyle Riley

Faces of PCH: Kyle Riley

Getting money is a necessity for Senior Kyle Riley, who worked hard for his earnings over the summer as an employee at Waterway. “I’ve been saving so I can get a car. I was thinking about a dodge challenger, I like the body style it’s real nice,” Riley said. Riley […]

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