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Computers lack efficiency causing students problems

Cooper Gambee, Staff Writer

December 18, 2012

Every student at Perry has used the school computers at one time or another. Being school computers, they are expected to be a bit sluggish. However, since the last update to the operating system, which gave the computers Windows 7, the sluggishness has become borderline unacceptable. Trying to log...

American television

Michael Wolfe, Social Media Editor

November 15, 2012

Across the pond and on American soil, there has been a debate on who has superior broadcasting. There really is no argument there, American programming is much better than British programming. There is much more content in American television and the punch lines assigned to the characters make you...

Marvel is Better Than DC

Sydney Redman, Staff Writer

September 9, 2012

A space alien who is allergic to a green rock? A grown man who dresses up in a bat suit? A woman in an invisible airplane? You’ve got to be kidding me! Since Hollywood started producing feature films from the pages of comic books, comic fanatics have debated over which superheroes are best: Marvel...

Library lacks space for hardworking students

Michael Wolfe, Social Media Editor

May 5, 2012

It is frustrating when you are in need of some quiet study time, but there is no available space for you in the library. The library limits the amount of students in the library to twenty during lunch. The holding capacity for the library is 408, but the regulations restrict the student limit to only t...

SB 1467 Disgraces Teacher’s Freedom of Speech

Brooke Karakey, Editor in Chief

February 7, 2012

We’ve all experienced the “oohs” and hysterically giddy laughter that manages to escape younger student’s mouths upon hearing an educator utter even the mildest profanity. Nevertheless, whether it is an innocent blunder or purely intentional occurrence, it is traditionally brushed off and forgotten...

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