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A summer of violence sparks a national gun debate

Michael Wolfe and Ciera Woodfin

September 9, 2012

A peaceful Oak Creek Sikh Temple, a busy Tucson supermarket, a jam-packed Colorado movie theater. Virginia Tech. Columbine. Several other locations throughout the U.S. have been subject to mass-public shootings that have become infamous in our nation. In America, on average, there are 20 shootings...

Fire Regulations ‘ignite’ controversy

May 10, 2012

Among trinkets and furniture, posters are to be removed or relocated in teacher’s rooms as fire regulations become set in stone. After a visit from the Fire Marshall, the school will be regulating all traditional safety measures previously disregarded in the past. “[The fire adjustments] are standard...

Trayvon Martin case: legal opinion overshadows public

Ciera Woodfin, Opinions Editors

April 18, 2012

Imagine walking home one late afternoon and noticing an unfamiliar vehicle following you. As young people, we are taught to keep moving, call for help, and get to a safe place. In the case of Trayvon Martin, no one knows what he did, except for the only other person who was there, George Zimmerman. This...

Yearbooks on the way in; seniors on the way out

Michael Wolfe, Social Media Editor

April 4, 2012

As each day of fourth quarter flies by, we get just a little bit closer to the end of the year, which always brings us many new and great things. The end of a school year will not just bring summer, but will also give us a new school yearbook and a new class for, yet another successful graduation at P...

Mysterious “D – Lunch” on the Horizon?

Brooke Karakey, Editor in Chief

March 19, 2012

As more and more students descend upon campus every year, classes expand, hallways crowd, and most notably, lunches have been amplified now serving more students than any year previous. Cafeteria Manager Judy Nelson says, “We feed around 1750 kids every day.” Catering to over half of the student...

College official resigns over false SAT scores

Michael Wolfe, Social Media Editor

March 3, 2012

In late January, a seniorn administrator at Claremont McKenna College was removed for allegedly reporting inaccurate SAT entrance exam scores. Richard C. Vos, whose name can no longer be found on the school’s web site, is accused of forging SAT scores dating as far back as 2005, according to The Wa...

Extra curricular breakdown

Michael Wolfe, Social Media Editor

February 2, 2012

More than 50% of the students on campus are involved in an extracurricular activity, whether it is a club or a sport. But how does that affect their performance in school? “The better structure and support a student gets at home, the more it will help the student,” said math teacher Misty Falkner. Ac...

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