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James Rallison: Alumni taking self-made illustrative success to the internet

James Rallison: Alumni taking self-made illustrative success to the internet

Sawyer Del Fosse, Staff Reporter
September 29, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Features

Everyone has a passion; something that they can count on to bring them joy. However, many people can not pursue their dreams due to obstacles like money or practicality. For a lucky few like James Rallison, their passion leads them on a rewarding journey. Perry Alumni James Rallison owns a website,...

“Twelfth Night” hits the stage after some bumps in the road

“Twelfth Night” hits the stage after some bumps in the road

Madi Kimball, Staff Reporter
September 27, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

House lights dim, stage lights come up and the curtain opens to reveal the cast and set of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” For the well-anticipated, amusing show, the cast was ready to entertain the audience in hopes to keep them on their toes. With weeks of preparation, opening night finally arrived ...

Theatre Company ready for Utah Shakespeare Competition

Theatre Company ready for Utah Shakespeare Competition

Ian Graham, Reporter
September 26, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

The Theatre Company will be making their annual trip to the Utah Shakespeare Competition, rivalling other schools from around the country to celebrate Shakespearean language and culture. Thespians from the company will compete in monologue, duo scene, group scene, choreography, and improv competit...

The Glass Arrow pierces readers to the heart

The Glass Arrow pierces readers to the heart

Katie Duford, Staff Reporter
September 26, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

People are never meant to be treated like property. Animals are property to be sold and bartered for, but girls and women never should be. The Glass Arrow, published in February 2015 and written by Kristen Simmons, follows a 16-year-old born and raised on a forested mountain outside a busy city. Her moth...

After success in first show, marching band ready for Sabino

After success in first show, marching band ready for Sabino

Asher Laufenburger, Staff Reporter
September 26, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

  Being a part of division one marching band includes having approximately 120 members; 120 members that need to be on the same beat and tempo for a whole seven minute long performance. Their first competition was Sat. Sept. 24 where they not only placed first in all available categories, but...

New student show replaces regular Perry podcasts

New student show replaces regular Perry podcasts

Ian Graham, Reporter
September 26, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Multimedia

  Earlier this year, three sophomore girls set out to create the school’s most current news show - The Puma Project. Acting as lead anchors, sophomores Rylee Hanson, Ayla Orso, and Gabby Washburn step in front of the camera to bring up-to-date information on the school’s happenings. T...

Sobas: inexpensive, quality food

Sobas: inexpensive, quality food

Nikki Soto, Staff Reporter
September 26, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Opinions

Tucked away among so many beloved food establishments, it is easy to overlook the new restaurant sporting such an unknown, hard-to-pronounce name. But if one were to actually step inside, they would discover a world of flavor sure to satisfy any appetite. Sobas is an authentic Asian Fusion restaura...

Airpods pose cheating problems

Airpods pose cheating problems

Kade Whatcptt, Staff Reporter
September 16, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

In an Apple Special Event on September 7, Apple was proud to announce the next phone in their lineup, the iPhone 7 and 7 plus. With the release of the new iPhone many customers and fans of Apple were shocked at the unveiling of this new phone. Not just the phone, but one big notable difference; no hea...

Preparation to performance: homecoming halftime show

Milan Andrade
September 7, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

Friday night lights are officially here. The student sections cheering their team on for a successful night. The crowd compressed like a can of sardines. The football players getting prepared for their next victim of the night. And the festivities that have been celebrated for decades. This upcoming...

Running (from Rio)

Isabell Martinez, Artist
September 1, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

Junior Isabell Martinez's take on the Rio Olympics  

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