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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...

How to Survive Prom Night with Friends

Hayley Crosby, Staff Reporter

April 25, 2016


Filed under Features, News

Who needs a prom date when prom with friends is an even better choice? Spending prom night with friends could very well be a night to remember, better than a cheesy promposal and an awkward slow dance. Here’s how to make it one unforgettable girl’s night out. What To Wear Prom dress shopping with frie...

Aviation Spirit Week and Assembly: Last of the Year for Some, Last Forever for Seniors

Rylee Robbins, Staff Reporter

April 25, 2016


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Each year, a group of fresh faces is reluctantly welcomed on campus, while another bids their final goodbye. Experiences like these would typically separate the upperclassmen from the lower, but the Prom spirit week and assembly unites them all. With every passing year, spirit week allows freshmen...

What to Expect: Cirque du Soleil fashion show

Rylee Robbins, Staff Reporter

April 22, 2016


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If there is one thing that acclaimed fashion shows and Cirque du Soleil performances have in common, it is their eccentricity and electricity. With Cirque’s grandiose wardrobe and Perry’s artistic creativity, Thursday’s Cirque du Soleil fashion show will be sure to mesmerize all attendees. Captivation...

AP Exams: A complete synopsis

Breanna Latt, Staff Reporter

April 22, 2016


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Many students make the decision to take one, or more, Advanced Placement classes. Students put in an immense amount of work; therefore, it is essential for students to score high on these exams. Chemistry teacher Mary Heitmann expresses her optimism for the tests because students in prior years have scor...

Senior Steven Ricks selected for National Theatre Company

Senior Steven Ricks selected for National Theatre Company

Molly Ogden and Savannah Ostler

April 18, 2016


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Perry Theater has demonstrated time and time again through countless competitions, wowing students and families year after year. This nationally recognized group is chalk full of gifted students and teachers, both onstage and behind the scenes. One student who has been shown in the national light...

Mountain biking club offers adrenaline action, needs members

Lauren Neilsen, Staff Reporter

April 18, 2016


Filed under Features, Sports

Mountain biking has captivated people’s interests for all the right reasons; it offers striking desert landscape, provides adrenaline-soaked action, and also is an unique way to get fit. The sport has earned its own spot at Perry; sponsored by principal Dan Serrano, the mountain biking club provide...

Behind the curtains: Q & A with Maya Whitaker

Nicholas Sterling Ashcroft, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2016


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Everybody knows that creating a play can be tough, challenging, and difficult; it comes with the act of performing a play. However, those who don't get involved with productions may never know how tough it can be, unlike Maya Whitaker, a Junior, who directed Perry’s last theater production, Footloose....

Harp players add unique dynamic range to orchestra

Harp players add unique dynamic range to orchestra

Molly Ogden, Staff Reporter

March 1, 2016


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Taking a stroll down the D building hallway is an experience unlike anything else on campus. Music oozes out of practice rooms and classrooms and constantly permeates the air. Many students are involved in the music classes here on campus, and outside of the classroom, many students take lessons and...

Rock climbing twins bond over unique sport

Rock climbing twins bond over unique sport

Lauren Neilsen, Staff Reporter

March 1, 2016


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Twins Sydnie and Samantha Christensson have more in common than what meets the eye; yes, both are juniors and participate in orchestra, and yes they both are students at Perry. But they also share the hidden talent of being skilled, accomplished indoor rock climbers. Sydnie has gone so far in rock climbing as t...

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