The Precedent

  • October 29Football: Perry v. Casteel, October 30, 2020

Corona college applications

Applications for several different colleges surround a computer which has a welcome page from the college ASU. As time narrows down, students begin a more frequent search for applying to colleges.
November 20, 2020

In these times as a senior, applying to colleges is a little bit different than how it used to be when COVID-19 did not exist. As the time is dwindling down towards graduation, I know many seniors are...

Black Friday: nothing to fear

Brighton Owens walks into Target anticipating great deals.
November 19, 2020

When a content, full smile spreads across faces on Thanksgiving, people know that it is time to go shopping. After a long day well spent stuffing oneself full of food, the warm feeling of satisfaction...

Black Friday: COVID-19 breeding ground

An irritated customer rips up Black Friday spam mail. Many shoppers will be staying home this year because of COVID-19.
November 19, 2020

With COVID-19 on the rise in Arizona, Black Friday could bring another shutdown in its wake. People pack into stores for those sweet, sweet savings, and social distancing goes out the window when consumers...

Thanksgiving food celebrates American values, will never be “overrated”

Turkey has been a Thanksgiving staple since the original feast in 1621. Fry's food has had turkey in their markets since the end of October.
November 19, 2020

Holidays are often defined by the specific cuisine associated with them. The candy canes and gingerbread cookies that are ushered in with Christmas carols on the radio, those jelly beans that show up in...

Perry faces issues with implementing new COVID regulations

Perry Students eat together during C Lunch. Many students are bunched up without masks rather than being socially distant
October 30, 2020

As students and staff officially transition back to in-person learning, the school has implemented new safety precautions inside and outside the classroom. Ranging from block schedules to new lunch procedures,...

From tricks to treats: the top 5 best and worst Halloween candies

With Halloween quickly approaching, candy is flying off store shelves. Last year, Halloween grossed 8.8 billion dollars, an economic omen for the holiday season.
October 29, 2020

Roman Valenzuela With October well underway, the American people are moving into a high point in spending for the year, though retail pundits at Proper Insights and Analytics have discovered a downward...

Halloween outranks all other holidays for variety of reasons

Trick or treating and spooky decorations are some of the reasons why Halloween is a great holiday. .
October 29, 2020

Halloween is considerably one of the best holidays out there. No stress of having to get people gifts or having to keep a secret from your children about who is actually bringing the Easter basket. Parents...

Halloween: nightmare on every street

Pumpkins are a Halloween classic, but this year bodes ill for gatherings
October 29, 2020

With Halloween on the horizon it is time everyone is reminded how overrated this spooky season really is. In looking forward to the celebrations, people seem to have forgotten what a hassle the holiday...

Block schedule blocking out COVID

Block schedule blocking out COVID
October 1, 2020

With returning to in-person school on the horizon, the Perry administration is taking as many precautions as possible, including staying on the block schedule. This means students will alternate having...

Students and teachers address Google Meets

Aliya Hawkins working on her online school work and not being very happy about it.
September 22, 2020

Online learning and the Google meets process is affecting students and teachers equally as much. Frustrations of google meets Lately students and teachers have had a different way of learning and...

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