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Movie/Book Review: Perks of Being a Wallflower

By Faith Branson Wallflower, noun- a person who has no one to dance with or who feels shy, awkward, or excluded at a party. Perks of Being a Wallflower was written as a novel by Stephen Chbosky; the movie came out in 2012 and still to this day is a movie I hold very dear […]

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How Piqua High School Changed My Life

By Andrew Lamphar As this is the last article I will ever write for Piqua High School I just wanted to give my story about how Piqua changed my life. “High school is the best time of your life” this is what we all hear and rather its true or not, high school is a […]

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Basketball Season 2015 says Goodbye to it’s Seniors

By Faith Branson Friday, February 20 was Senior Night for the Boys’ Basketball team, the Cheerleaders, and the student trainers. After the Senior Night during the past football season, I got to walk twice- once for Marching Band and the other for football cheer; I got emotional because of band, it was my last time […]

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The Struggles are Strong

By Faith Branson I’ve noticed that students, not only at Piqua High School, but all over and becoming more and more stressed due to their amount of work. Here at Piqua we have 8 class periods without study halls. Now, we’ve always have had 8 classes, but we at least had a lab study hall […]

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Let It Snow Book Review

By: Faith Branson Let it Snow is a book that has three romantic short stories written by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle. They take place in a bad snow blizzard that all the characters are stuck in. The stories are not about the same people, but the background characters tie them all together in […]

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Bells Ringing at Younger Ages

By Faith Branson It seems that more and more teens are starting to get married while still in high school or just graduated. According to CBS news, 891,000 teens between the ages of 15-19 got married in 2000. A lot of those happened to have a child or one on the way. In one article I […]

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History of the Oreo

By Janell Curl The Oreo in my opinion is one of the best cookies ever made, but where did it come from? Well, according to Jennifer Rosenberg a 20th Century History Expert, The Company Nabisco came out with the cookie in 1912. From the beginning, the Oreo cookie was the best selling cookie in the United […]

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Thinking About College?

By Janell Curl The PHS Junior and Senior students and surrounding schools gathered together to consider their futures when Edison Community College held a college fair Monday, September 22, with colleges from ohio and near states. Asking Tori Nix what she thought about the college fair she expressed that she thought it was “interesting to […]

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To Write Love On Her Arms

By Faith Branson To Write Love On Her Arms or also known as TWLOHA is a non-profit organization that helps teenagers who have suffered or are suffering from mental health problems. A part of their mission is to give teens hope, faith, and the courage to keep going even if it’s day by day or hour […]

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Find out your personality online

By Kayla Bowermaster   Everyone has taken a quiz online, the ones on Facebook that are all over your friend’s walls, saying things like “Find out your spirit animal”, “What clique do you belong in?”, and “What is your personality like?”. These quizzes are always fun for a while, and they can be an easy […]

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