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New club honors Shakespeare’s works

New club honors Shakespeare’s works

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Features, Showcase

In 1592, William Shakespeare kick-started his career as a famous playwright and he had composed plays that have lasted beyond his lifetime. Currently, students are required to read his plays in school. But one teacher is changing it all so students can learn to enjoy his creations the way he originally...

Aspiring writers come together to share their masterpieces with peers

February 7, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Opinions

Imagine an atmosphere on campus in which your most creative stories are brought to life and shared in a way that inspires you and your peers. This concept has developed by way of the campus’s newly formed writers club. Students with a shared passion for writing gather together once a week after ...

The Young Republicans Club

Caden Johnson, Staff Reporter

October 25, 2016


Filed under News

Recently, a club has made its way onto the campus; One that is very fitting for this year’s election. The Young Republicans Club is a club where students can come and discuss events and topics going on in the world right now. The club is primarily made for a more conservative student base. According...

Four Square Club revive nostalgic game

Four Square Club revive nostalgic game

Valerie Burgess, Assistant A&E Editor

September 25, 2015


Filed under Entertainment

With the stress of high school looming over students, a need for relief in the midst of essays and mounds of homework is necessary for one’s success. Many may resort to sports or music for their escape, but a new club on campus changes the game. Four square club is a new way to allow students to...

National Honors Society welcomes new members

Natalie Eberhard, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2015


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As slips of paper are handed out, students realize they have been invited to join Perry's National Honors Society.While some smile with a feeling of accomplishment, others look over shoulders wondering “What is it" and “Why is it so important?” The most well known and considerably the most prestigious...

#PullenToPerry twitter campaign gains popularity among seniors

#PullenToPerry twitter campaign gains popularity among seniors

Sarah Chapple, News Editor

March 28, 2015


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Jessica Pullen is somewhat of a celebrity at PHS.   Known in part for her reading of the names at graduation,students of all grades love her, which is why the day she left PHS was such a sad day in puma nation. While her official title was AP Human Geography Teacher, students more often see her as...

Robotics rocks in latest competition

Robotics rocks in latest competition

Kacee Perry, Staff Reporter

March 27, 2015


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Under the pressure of competition, the PHS Sonoran Storm Robotics Club accomplished a great victory during this spring break. On Mar. 20 the club gained second place alliance in the Arizona East Regional Competition, defeating over 35 schools from around the country, including Chandler and Hamilton High...

Dead poets recognized

Dead poets recognized

Natalie Eberhard, Staff Reporter

September 5, 2014


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"O Captain! My Captain!" written by the dead poet, Walt Whitman,  is similar to the poems that will be recognized this year in Perry's new dead poet society club . The dead poet society is a club based off the 1989 movie where students come together to discuss and enjoy poetry. The movie, Dead Poe...

Pumas in Pink

Dequota Wilson, Staff Reporter

August 31, 2014


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Most  upperclassman have heard of a group called the “Perry Pretties” and their reputation of being an invite-only clique. It has been said  that the group is a Perry tradition, but with administration getting involved, the tradition was meant to be gone with the class of 2014. Two seniors,...

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