The Parkview Pantera

Stay on your side of the hallway

Meagan Gabrielson, Sports Editor

December 2, 2016

Everyone knows those people who refuse to walk on the right side of the hallway, and they are the most annoying people ever. At Parkview, there are those students who take their time in the hallway on the way to class, taking up the whole hallway and blocking the other students who are trying not to...

Girls just want to have fundamental human rights

Marie Stanford, Business Manager

October 25, 2016

If one takes a trip back in time, one can see that women have come very far in the fight for equality. They have ascended from barely having any power and rights to winning the right to vote and making great strides to create equal opportunities in the workplace and education. Although this is great...

Celebrities should suffer the same consequences for their wrongdoings

Jennaya Montoya, Staff writer

October 25, 2016

Celebrities have so many more rights than ordinary citizens do. Being famous automatically allows them to do whatever they want with fewer consequences, which is unfair to anyone who isn’t famous or well-known. There have been so many events occurring that have indicated this unfair advantage of celebrities. Brock...

Pokemon Go dominates the globe with real-time interactive gameplay

Thuy Pham, Managing Editor

October 25, 2016

The advent of Pokémon Go, a mobile reality game featuring virtual creatures that players can capture and battle, is luring people beyond the comforts of their homes and encouraging players to explore their surroundings, and contemporary critics even praise the game for immersing the younger generation...

Helicopter parents need to stop hovering

Abby Harvey, Staff writer

October 25, 2016

One could say parents nowadays tend to be a little overprotective. Then again, who could blame them; with modern advancements like social media and the internet, who knows what teenagers are up to? Devices such as cell phones and computers have a large impact on kids, allowing them to explore the world...

Well-rounded students reach breaking point

Thuy Pham, Managing Editor

October 25, 2016

With first semester in full swing, sleep, yet again, has taken a back seat to the school work, extracurricular activities, sports, and social life that the everyday student has to juggle. To put it bluntly, it is hard being a student, but it is ever harder when one has to shortchange oneself unwittingly...

New Year, New Rules

Katie Stevens, Staff Writer

September 21, 2015

As the new year has kicked back in so have some new rules at Parkview High School. From having to take a bathroom pass when wanting to go to the bathroom during class, to the red light, green light cell phone policy, and the considerate, productive, and responsible (CPR) motto, students are up in arms. The...

New GOP Congress needs a Conservative Consensus

New GOP Congress needs a Conservative Consensus

Doyle Wang, Staff Writer

February 27, 2015

On November 4th of last year, voters delivered a powerful message of rejection to the Obama administration. Dissatisfied with sluggish economic growth, the immigration crisis at the southern border, the rise of ISIS, and the unpopular results of Obamacare, voters shook up the US Senate by firing Harry...

Chris Kyle Inspires in American Sniper

Chris Kyle Inspires in American Sniper

Doyle Wang, Staff Writer

February 27, 2015

Acclaimed actor and filmmaker Clint Eastwood has set another record in his long-running film career. His new motion picture, American Sniper, immediately set box office records when it was widely released back on January 16th. As of now, it is the highest grossing war film in North America, grossing...

Parkview High School seniors battle stringent exemption rules

Parkview High School seniors battle stringent exemption rules

Sania Chandrani, Editor-in-Chief

February 26, 2015

Graduation looms a mere three months in the future, and seniors around Parkview are anxious to don their caps and gowns through the graduation procession, into their cars, and out of the lately crowded parking lots for the first and final time. Hold on. Rewind a few days. Turns out, before seniors...

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