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Sophomores Create new Basketball team dynamic

Sophomores Create new Basketball team dynamic

Pushing forward with a set of fresh faces and a unique dynamic, the boys varsity basketball [...]

 
 

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  • Don’t get squeezed in: students should avoid social media trap regarding body image

    Don’t get squeezed in: students should avoid social media trap regarding body image

    News, Opinions March 15, 2016 at 8:43 am 0 comments

    Open Instagram and click on the “Trending” feed. Pictures of models in bikinis, body builders flexing, and even peers showing off what is believed to be the “ideal” body flood the screen. Encouraging comments like “Wow, you look so good” and “Dang, you have such a good body” build up […]

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  • Body image impacts self-confidence, lifestyle

    Body image impacts self-confidence, lifestyle

    Features, News March 15, 2016 at 8:29 am 0 comments

    As a result of the media’s influence, along with the constant comparison to other people’s bodies, teens often find it harder to accept their own body image. When senior Jennifer Wayland was a freshman, she won Scholastic’s “Breaking Barriers” contest. Her essay, titled “Just a Number,” discusses the struggle she […]

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  • Mike’s Music of the Month – March

    Mike’s Music of the Month – March

    Entertainment March 11, 2016 at 8:55 am 0 comments
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  • Rapid Responses to Quick Questions

    Rapid Responses to Quick Questions

    Entertainment March 11, 2016 at 8:22 am 0 comments
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  • School ‘Hay Fever’ play cast impresses  with Comedy, shines with Characterization

    School ‘Hay Fever’ play cast impresses with Comedy, shines with Characterization

    Opinions March 11, 2016 at 8:13 am 0 comments

    “Hay Fever,” written by Noel Coward, was presented by the Theater Department from Feb. 25-27. The light-hearted comedy accurately depicted the theatrics of living with artists. The play takes place over the span of a weekend at the Bliss family’s country house in Cookham, England, in 1925. The story follows […]

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  • Trends Over Time

    Trends Over Time

    News March 11, 2016 at 8:11 am 0 comments

      The obsession with keeping up with the “cool thing to do” and staying in touch with the world has constantly impacted the way we live our lives, especially through the influence of popular culture, fashion, even politics. Each generation has a number of trends that defines them and serve […]

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  • Grease: Live: Exceeds Expectations of TV-Made Musical Production

    Grease: Live: Exceeds Expectations of TV-Made Musical Production

    Opinions March 11, 2016 at 8:02 am 0 comments

    From reality to live, the way we watch TV is constantly changing. If you didn’t catch Fox’s “Grease: Live” on Jan. 31 then you missed out. “Grease: Live” was one of the most intricate shows I’ve seen. 38 years later, recreating a classic such as “Grease” could’ve gone either of […]

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  • District hosts seminar on ‘risky behaviors’

    District hosts seminar on ‘risky behaviors’

    News March 11, 2016 at 8:00 am 0 comments

    The district hosted a Risky Behaviors Seminar on Wednesday March 2 in the Central Middle School atrium to educate parents, students and community members about dangerous student choices. Three speakers came to teach Parkway students, teachers and other community members about specific “risky behaviors” such as drug abuse, internet safety […]

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  • Faces of PCH: Emily Currington

    Faces of PCH: Emily Currington

    News March 4, 2016 at 10:23 am 0 comments

         Sophomore Emily Currington suffers from Ehlers Danlos syndrome (EDS) hypermobility, a disorder which affects shallow joints and which causes dislocation.      “It affects mostly my knees,” Currington said. “It causes pain in the morning and spontaneous dislocation, usually at the worst times.”      While it also […]

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  • Sophomore Abby Brand spends days at the hospital to get an upper hand in her future career.

    Faces of PCH: Abby Brand

    Faces of PCH March 2, 2016 at 10:22 am Comments are Disabled

                       Along with multiple science classes in her course load, sophomore Abby Brand is a part of the explorers program at St. Luke’s. The explorer program allows students to learn about different parts of the medical field. Often these lessons come straight […]

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