The student voice of Perry High School

The Precedent

Kade Whatcott, Staff Reporter
May 24, 2017
Filed under Features

Vaping has become the new trend in teenage culture. These stories clear the "cloudiness" surrounding the topic. This investigative report dives into the world of vape.

Vaping becoming more popular among teens

Vaping becoming more popular among teens

Sydney Wolfe and Courtney Page
May 24, 2017
Filed under Features

As vaping becomes the trendiest gateway to nicotine and marijuana products, teenagers have the option to choose flavors and decorate their vape pens to their liking. However, many are not aware of the physical consequences that result from it. Although cigarette smoking among teens is at an all-time...

Living the vape life: trend or addiction?

Living the vape life: trend or addiction?

Elisa Thomas, Managing Editor
May 24, 2017
Filed under Features

Perry students are bringing their new favorite pass time onto school campus. Vaping has heightened its popularity immensely throughout the years and has now infiltrated the teenage scene.

Clouds on campus: Vape levels rise on school grounds

Clouds on campus: Vape levels rise on school grounds

Sydney Wolfe
May 24, 2017
Filed under Features, Showcase

Vaping is a phenomenon that is growing rapidly among schools, and becoming native to many young adults. While many are unaware of specific consequences in school and outside of campus, students continue to indulge in this fad. From sour apple flavoring to spicing up your pen with decals, the industry...

Vape: a cultural phenomenon

McKell Park and Kade Whatcott
May 23, 2017
Filed under Features

Yet another trend has propelled its way into the lives of teenagers; vape. The trend that has clouded the minds of high schoolers all over. But why is it so trendy? Or a better question, how did vaping come to be? Where did it all start? Vaping, or the use of e-cigarettes (e-cigs), was and has been a s...

Commercialization of vape: what you didn’t know

Madilyn McFarland, Elisa Thomas, and Brittany Tomes
May 23, 2017
Filed under Features

Alcohol, cigarettes, weed, and now vape. All these have one thing in common; they were popular and taboo within our american culture then they became a “norm” for people. Kids began to get involved with it, but once they got bored, they moved onto the next new drug to do. Most recently e-cigaret...

Seniors in choir sing their last note of the season

Seniors in choir sing their last note of the season

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter
May 23, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Features

Lily Brower Lily Brower, a senior who transferred to Perry in her sophomore year, is currently in all four choir sections. She is only one of two seniors to be in all four choirs. “I was in choir at my other school and I knew I liked it,” Brower said. “I’ve been in choir since I was aro...

Bob Harpur retires after 2016-2017 school year

Lauren Fountain, Staff Reporter
April 26, 2017
Filed under Features, News

For many freshmen, Bob Harpur is the first history teacher with whom they interact on campus. An AP World History and AP Human Geography teacher, Harpur’s time at Perry is only one period of a teaching career spanning nearly three decades. Upon meeting Harpur, it is no question why his teaching impact...

A day in the life: Carolyn Row

A day in the life: Carolyn Row

Syndey Wolfe, Staff Reporter
February 24, 2017
Filed under Features, Showcase

Sophomore Carolyn Row works hard manage her life inside and outside of school. From varsity pole vaulting to school work, club practice, and work, Row has a busy schedule that she balances into her everyday life.

Arrington’s Search for the Right Career

Arrington’s Search for the Right Career

Cambrie Hickman, Staff Reporter
February 8, 2017
Filed under Features

Is it possible for everyone to know what you’re going to do with your future, except for you?   For history teacher, David Arrington, that was exactly the case.  It took a few years, and a 2nd grade teacher’s aid job, for him to find the career everyone else knew he was going to pursue...

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