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Child Genius

Reshma Hakani, Staff Writer

January 2, 2020

Laurent Simons, a nine-year-old boy from Belgium, is a child with a great mind and great ambitions. Laurent grew up with his grandparents while his parents worked in the Netherlands. Now he lives with his parents in Amsterdam. Simon’s grandfather would always boast about Laurent’s intelligence to his...

Ethiopia and Jawar Mohammed

Liya Tsegaye, Staff Writer

January 2, 2020

    Ethiopia has one of the most interesting and fascinating histories. From wars to protests to corrupt leaders, Ethiopia has been through a lot. These past few years, on the outside, seemed to have put Ethiopia in a better light. After an extremely corrupt government system was in place for 27 year...

School Shooting

Sandy Hook Elementary memorial twelve days after the shooting

Muna Mohamed, Staff Writer

January 2, 2020

We live in a society where school shootings, once considered a tragedy of the utmost importance, is now commonplace as the frequency increases drastically. A shooting recently occurred at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California where two students were killed and three were injured by a sixteen...

New Stories in the Library

Nia Embry, Editor-in-chief

January 2, 2020

With the new changes to the media center, it has attracted the attention of students and teachers alike. Many are inquisitve about what happened to the many rows of books and what they will be replaced with. Mrs. Lin Hoover is the new media specialist from South Gwinnett.   She has brought in new ideas that could help...

PTA Reflections: Look Within

Tina Dong, Copy Editor

January 2, 2020

  PTA Reflections is a cultural arts competition that includes six categories including visual arts, photography, literature, film production, dance choreography, and music composition. Every year there is also a different theme that allows students to express their creativity. This year, the them...

ROTC Gets Involved with Toys 4 Tots

Maymunah Showkat, Photo Editor

January 2, 2020

  The holiday season is approaching - temperatures are decreasing at an alarming rate, Christmas lights decorate the exteriors of houses and the feeling of joy pervades the crisp air. Christmas is a time to celebrate and surround yourself with family and friends. One factor of Christmas that millio...

Growing up LGBT

Nia Embry, Editor

December 14, 2019

With highschool, students are constantly reminded about their futures and what they want to be for the rest of their life. But, there are also people who may be having a hard time with accepting who they are or finding their true selves.  Mrs. Stacy Butler is a teacher here at Parkview. She teaches For...

Chinese Muslim Oppression

Ruhee Merchant, Online Editor

December 14, 2019

While there is a historic precedence of acceptance of the Muslims within China emphasized with the instatement of powerful muslim admirals, such as Zheng He, everything has changed in recent years. Islamophobia has peaked throughout the world in places such as the United States, Canada, UK, and in Chin...

Students participate in real-life school civics lessons

Sarah Khorasi, Managing Editor

January 9, 2019

Georgia’s governor race had both political parties scrambling for the win. Previous to the elections, Stacy Abrams was winning the early election polls. Shortly after, the polls began to fluctuate, causing interest to arise: would Abrams make American history? If results had been similar to the stude...

Advance Musical class performs Honk!

Advance Musical class performs Honk!

Kalee Wiley, Co-Editor In Chief

January 8, 2019

PTSA Reflections is a contest where students enter artwork centered around a theme. The 2018 theme was “Heroes Around Us” There are many entry categories, ranging from Dance Choreography, Literature, Photography, and Visual Arts. In addition, there is a division for a Special Artist in the school....

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