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Trumps first 100 days in office

Trumps first 100 days in office

Danielle Franklin, Staff Writer
April 26, 2017 • 216 views
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Before Trump was sworn into office on January 20, there was a lot of speculation over what Trump would and would not follow through with from his campaign. As of today, April 9, 2017, Trump has been in office for 80 days. Over the past 80 days, Trump has not fulfilled all of his promises, yet he...

Mohammad Makhmudov is Parkviews STAR student

Mohammad Makhmudov is Parkviews STAR student

Danielle Franklin, Staff Writer
February 8, 2017 • 1,177 views
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Each year an exceptional student is chosen for the star student award. The star student is determined solely by SAT score. This year’s star student is Parkview senior Mohammad Makhmudov. Mohammad scored an almost perfect score of 2380 on the old version of the SAT; an outstanding accomplishment.  ...

VEX robotics takes the win

Thuy Pham, Managing Editor
January 17, 2017 • 350 views
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With the growing focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), learning programs that integrate STEM fundamentals and concepts are emphasized because they offer students creative opportunities to explore outside of the standard curriculum. An ideal and effective platform at Parkview...

Governor’s Honors program offers more opportunities

Governor’s Honors program offers more opportunities

Jenny Nguyen, Copy Editor
January 17, 2017 • 406 views
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As students dive into the monotonous rigors of school, other students prepare for an especially promising and prestigious prospect—the Governor’s Honors Program. Parkview students Ryan Tay (10), Amy Wang (10), Grace Hu (11), Jeremy Levin (11), Frank Tang (11), Jordon White (11), Karen Ye (11), Maya...

Toys for Tots gives back to the community

Toys for Tots gives back to the community

Jenny Nguyen, Copy Editor
January 17, 2017 • 329 views
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The Christmas season has officially come into its own this December, and as expected, the spirit of giving is just as unwaveringly brilliant. With Parkview eager to lend a helping hand to others this season, one organization in particular also continues its efforts to provide Christmas miracles for those...

QuestBridge grants Opportunities

Sarah Khorasi, Staff Writers
December 5, 2016 • 337 views
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With college applications approaching deadlines, seniors here at Parkview are no doubt looking for potential scholarships. One such program with high prestige is known as QuestBridge. QuestBridge is a non-profit scholarship program that partners with various colleges to give students a chance at early...

Trump brings an unpredictable future

Anika Akbar, Opinions Editor
December 5, 2016 • 369 views
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Viewers all across the world watched as the results from the election piled in. Following possibly the dirtiest campaigning between both candidates since 1828, businessman Donald Trump has become the president-elect. Now all we are left to wonder what’s in store for the next four years. Looking...

National Reflections Contest Winners share their stories

Jordan Frederick, Staff Writers
December 5, 2016 • 353 views
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The National Reflections Contest is a contest for students to show their artistic talents for the year’s chosen theme. This year’s theme was “What is Your Story?” Contestants of this year’s contest had to chose from one of six categories: dance choreography, film production, literature, music...

Black student Union unites

Hydiah Sylla, Editor-in-chief
October 25, 2016 • 360 views
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From the start of slavery to modern day America, injustice has plagued African Americans. Issues such as discrimination and racism that people had previously thought were long gone have been brought to the surface as the nation becomes more technologically advanced. Black Student Union, a new club at...

Ping pong bounces back into popularity

Ping pong bounces back into popularity

Jenny Nguyen, Copy Editor
October 25, 2016 • 359 views
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Among Parkview’s variety of recreational activities emerges a fun, new contender. With its rapid-fire paddle action and intense play, the compact sport of ping pong is making a name for itself at Parkview High School. The Ping Pong Club meets up every other Thursday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. in the cafeteria....

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