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Senior Canon Bongard the day she signed to the University of Arizona. She plans on playing for UofA after graduating this year.

Senior sand volleyball player prepares for the upcoming season with optimism

Lauren Ludwig , Staff Reporter February 25, 2021

Sand volleyball is one of Perry’s most competitive sports. Two years ago, they ended their 2019 season with a record of 11-1, just barely missing out on the title of state champions, and with their 2020...

The Valentine's Day aesthetic is full of many sweet treats, red-hue colors, and beautiful and sentimental gifts.

The Valentine’s Day aesthetic is above all the rest

Logan Cogley, Staff Reporter February 12, 2021

Valentine's Day is a day full of romance and passion, and surrounding all of that is the encompassing “Valentine’s Day Aesthetic.” This aesthetic bubble is unique and remarkable as it is simple,...

Senior, Natalya Delsante often wears Harry Styles inspired outfits around campus.

Harry Styles’ fashion, and effect on campus

Logan Cogley, Staff Reporter January 29, 2021

Harry Styles is a very prominent name in today’s age. He is a famous pop singer, who has released many popular songs such as “Watermelon Sugar'' and “Golden”. He was also a part of an extremely...

Touring through a screen, CTE tours go virtual

Logan Cogley, Staff Reporter December 17, 2020

COVID-19 is still a prevalent issue at Perry. The pandemic has greatly affected many different activities. Another activity the virus has disrupted was the CTE Tours for incoming freshmen.  These...

With Black Friday right around the corner, many stores are holding month-long sales and deals to celebrate the event during COVID-19.

Black Friday fall fashion deals

Logan Cogley, Staff Reporter November 20, 2020

It is the fall season now, and Black Friday is right around the corner. Since the coronavirus is still prevalent in the United States, many stores have begun to have sales all month-long, online and in-store,...

Several desks are left empty in room F104 as Junior Bridget Hale has to quarantine after coming in contact with someone that has contracted COVID-19.  When Hale returned, she described what it was like coming back to in-person school after a two week quarantine.

Quarantine comeback: transition for students after returning from isolation

Nate Andrew, Staff Reporter November 20, 2020

The pandemic is forcing individuals to take precautions and changing student’s lives in several ways. Quarantining is becoming more frequent in Arizona as coronavirus cases continue to rise.  If...

Kate McPherson, Senior, returns a serve in the Badminton Championships playing as the number 1 seed. On November 12, Varsity   Badminton participated in the Badminton Team State championship, earning their fourth consecutive title.

Badminton claims their fourth consecutive championship

Lauren Ludwig, Staff Reporter November 20, 2020

The badminton team has been unstoppable for the past three years, and 2020 has been no different. After completing their regular season with no losses, they earned a place to compete for state champions...

Hands on political learning for AP Gov students

Hands on political learning for AP Gov students

Alexander Connors, Web Editor November 17, 2020

When the 2020 presidential election pressed on, AP Government students were more politically active than ever. After Tuesday, November 3, 2020, Elizabeth Tompkins’ AP Government class had been going...

Highschool student, Ryan Cogley, looks for popular Halloween costumes, at a Spirit Halloween Store.

Top 5 Halloween costumes of 2020

Logan Cogley, Staff Reporter October 30, 2020

The presence of Coronavirus has already affected much of this year, and Spooky Season is no exception. Despite this, people are continuing to celebrate Halloween, by dressing up in exciting, spooky costumes....

Senior, Brooklyn Hawkins on the PHS football field in a mask. Homecoming dances this year look very different due to the health and safety concerns of COVID-19, which leaves students uncertain about high school activities.

Going dancing again? PHS has differing opinions

Ashlyn Miner , News Editor October 2, 2020

One of the most difficult parts about school closures last March was the lack of much-anticipated school activities. This year is filled with that same uncertainty. Dances, spirit weeks, and assemblies...

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