Archive | November, 2013

Two Teams That Fought for Respect

By David Wysong In the 2013 World Series are two storied teams; the St. Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox. Within the past two years both teams were thought to be “rebuilding” and had never been expected to be where they are now. The Cardinals won the World Series in 2011 in seven games […]

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Book Club flipping its way through PHS

By Sherry Boggs     Book Club, headed by PHS English teacher Nicholas Neary, has been creating heated discussions and introducing members to extraordinary novels.     Tuesday, October 29 was the club’s second meeting this school year and involved in- depth discussions and the choosing of a new book.  The club just recently finished the novel […]

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Ask the Chief

Dear Chief, I am a monk who has traveled many miles in search of the man who knows the most about the subject of cuddling for I must learn his ways to bring bring my people much joy. Do you know of such a hero? Sincerely, Siddhartha Gautama Dear Siddhartha Gautama, No, I do not […]

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UpsideDown Movie Review

By Dakota Rench “Gravitation is not responsible for people falling in love.” ~ Albert Einstein But what if this was a possibility? What if gravity was responsible for the attachment of two lovers? In the movie Upside Down we are shown a solar system where two Earths exist, spinning in dual gravity, where objects can […]

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Welcome to Night Vale; Podcast Review

Welcome to Night Vale Podcast Review By Kayla Bowermaster    On the first and fifteenth of every month comes a new episode of a podcast that is gaining quite a lot of popularity, Welcome to Night Vale, a production from CommonPlace Books.    Set up in the form of a community radio broadcast, Welcome to […]

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Relationships require work

By Faith Branson Relationships, everybody has or will have one (or maybe more). There are many things you need to do in order to make the relationship work and be successful. It involves some compromise. For example if you and your partner are going out to eat on a date and you want Chinese food but he or […]

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Keep up the dreaming

By Katie Harris Halloween means all the things we fear come out at night, even in our dreams or better yet, nightmares. A nightmare is a very distressing dream which usually forces at least partial waking. A dreamer can feel guilt, anger, sadness, or depression, but most commonly fear and anxiety. The most common dream […]

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