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Women Enlisting into the Military

Women Enlisting into the Military

Kylie Vacala, Staff Reporter
May 19, 2016
Filed under Features, News, Showcase

With the school year ending, most seniors are either planning for college or shifting job schedules from part-time to full-time. Through all this madness of graduation, the majority of people overlook the few brave students who will be leaving Perry, their family, and their friends to serve our country. ...

Can I graduate yet?

Mazyne Smith, Staff Reporter
April 27, 2016
Filed under Features

'Tis the season for graduation caps, gowns, and the ceremony itself. But what happens after the ceremony? College; the place where students find where they truly belong in the world. It is known that college can cost an arm and a leg to pay for unless you have a school grant or scholarship. Career ...

Rhea Johnston transitions into Rona Lisa Peretti

Vanessa Bugarin, Staff Reporter
April 27, 2016
Filed under Features

You walk into the auditorium and find a seat. It’s the 25th annual Putnam musical and on stage are the seats for the ‘contestants’ and a table and chairs for the judges. The lights dim, the music starts and the actors come on stage. Although the main contestants present themselves by giving ...

Steven Ricks- A Jack of All Trades

Steven Ricks- A Jack of All Trades

Mazyne Smith, Staff Reporter
April 27, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Features, News

Senior Steven Ricks is an actor, a singer, and a friend. Recently he was accepted into the National Theatre Company, where according to Tech One teacher Shawna Marquis; no other student has been accepted from Arizona, ever. “This opportunity allows him to work with Broadway actors, professionals, ...

Behind Varsity Track

Behind Varsity Track

Nicholas Sterling Ashcroft, Staff Reporter
April 27, 2016
Filed under Features

Do any of us really know the track team, the names and faces of the record setters in our Perry Nation who sprint and run at numerous track meetings throughout the season. Well today, you will know who is behind our varsity track team; know who is setting all of our records of accomplishment. ...

Final Moments: creation of the 2016 senior slideshow

Final Moments: creation of the 2016 senior slideshow

Izzy Rozansky, Staff Reporter
April 27, 2016
Filed under Features, Multimedia, Showcase

Senior year, just the mention of it triggers strong emotion. The last year of high school,last year at the place where most began their high school careers. A great way to capture memories is through pictures, and most teenagers nowadays do just that. In order to commemorate the memories of this ye...

Summer school: how and why

Trevor Standage, Staff Reporter
April 26, 2016
Filed under Features

It happened again. They failed their class. If this happens again, they might have to become a super Senior. Well, that does not have to happen. There is another option: summer school. Ooh, that sounds bad. However, summer school is a better option compared to super senior if college is in mind. So...

Faith or football?

Faith or football?

Emma Kline, Staff Reporter
April 26, 2016
Filed under Features, Showcase, Sports

Case Hatch knew it would be a tough sacrifice. The senior linebacker was the Arizona defensive player of the year in division-I last fall and was undoubtedly the emotional and physical leader on the playoff-bound Puma football team. Colleges often offer scholarships to students for athletics, a seemingly no-b...

Guide to everything: sports physicals

Guide to everything: sports physicals

Breanna Latt, Staff Reporter
April 25, 2016
Filed under Features

In the third year of offering sports physicals at school, Sports Med teacher Rebecca Goetz expects to have a turnout of around 160 students. The benefit of doing the physicals at school is great for the school and students alike. A portion of the money does come back to the school to support the Sports...

A Look Inside Young Republican’s Club

Hayley Crosby, Staff Reporter
April 25, 2016
Filed under Features, News

With the presidential election approaching quickly and the biggest population of voters being the younger generation, students need to have a safe place to discuss how they feel about certain political issues. Why not start a club to help students feel secure expressing their opinions? “The You...

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