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Trips should be cancelled for overall public safety

Nadine Loureiro, Editor-in-Chief

April 12, 2020

    Vacations are an event that everyone looks forward to, whether it be a state away or an entire country away, but in the recent event of the spreading pandemic of COVID-19, these events have been cancelled for everyone. At Perry, multiple classes on campus go on trips that they introduce the id...

Trips should not be cancelled until more information surfaces

Isabel Behrendt, Opinions Editor

April 12, 2020

In a world engulfed in uncertainty and turmoil surrounding the recent COVID-19 pandemic, it is fair to say that nothing can be labeled as definite anymore.  Rather, our understanding of this virus and its impacts is one that changes every minute when new data reaches the surface, so enacting long term ...

Lengthy travel time to championship game

The Puma sideline celebrates after Perry's 56-31 semifinal win over No. 1 Mountain Pointe.

Sawyer Del Fosse, Staff Reporter

December 1, 2017

One of the biggest factors in sports is the location of the game. There are many elements that accompany the location as well such as the crowd, the quality of the field, and who owns the fields. This has come to be known as the home field advantage and has been proven over and over again to have an...

No boundaries: Teacher travels the world

DeCristofaro exploring the beautiful lands of Oaxaca, Mexico.

Sydney Wolfe, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2017

Many miss out on the prodigious opportunity to travel the world, and many think that teachers are underpaid. Here is a woman who defies all of those stereotypes. From high-end restaurants in Mexico to Mayan ruins art teacher, Lorena DeCristofaro has done it all. Being able to discover a different...

Club rugby gives alternative option for many student athletes

Ashley Scholz, Staff reporter

September 26, 2016

Rugby is on the rise, not only internationally, but closer to home in Chandler and Gilbert, Arizona.   Several Perry students have taken up the rough game and enjoy all of the physical contact that comes along with it. It is the perfect game for teens to get out on the field and release their anger ...

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