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Katie Rutherford faces cancer like a superhero

Katie Rutherford faces cancer like a superhero

Marie Stanford, News Editor & Business Manager

November 7, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

Walking into her second hospital visit, Katie Rutherford had a bad feeling. After multiple visits to acne doctors and a previous misdiagnosis, all she could do was think the worst, she was right. A bump on her face that she initially ignored was cancer and it would change her life forever. In January...

Teacher of the year is over the “Moon” about teaching

Teacher of the year is over the “Moon” about teaching

Catie Gelting, Features Editor

November 7, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Every year, the teachers at Parkview elect a Teacher of the Year. To be elected, the teacher must first be nominated by his peer teachers and fill out an application which will be anonymously reviewed by students, teachers, parents, and community members. This process narrows the pool down to three contestants,...

Dr. Reid honored as Georgia’s counselor of the year

Dr. Reid honored as Georgia’s counselor of the year

karen Ye, Editor in chief

November 7, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Some of the most important people in life work behind the scenes. Counselors are some of the most invaluable, providing students with the assistance they need to succeed at school and in life. Parkview’s Dr. Samela Reid is one example of such excellence. On October 9th, Parkview Counseling Department...

PHS students take on Dragon Con

PHS students take on Dragon Con

September 5, 2017


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  PHS students get into this weekend's Dragon Con festival in Atlanta. The Princess Bride characters were there- Jackson Crean dressed as Dread Pirate Roberts and  Jessie Hurst was the lovely princess' Buttercup!...

Governor’s Honors program offers more opportunities

Governor’s Honors program offers more opportunities

Jenny Nguyen, Copy Editor

January 17, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

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...

Wisecracks in the pavement

Karen Ye, Editor-in-chief

October 25, 2016


Filed under Centerspread, Showcase

Helicopter Parents

SAVE/SADD explains the goal behind the 89%

Karen Ye, Cartoonist/Copy Editor

April 27, 2016


Filed under News, Showcase

Throughout the buildings and hallways of Parkview, one might see the many signs advertising different clubs, events, and other activities. Some of the more intriguing signs hanging on the walls are the ones depicting “89%” with a plain blue background, revealing nothing more about its message. This...

Muslim students of Parkview speak out against Islamophobia

Muslim students of Parkview speak out against Islamophobia

Anika Akbar, Business Manager

April 19, 2016


Filed under Features, Showcase

With terrorist organization Al Qaeda absent from recent news comes a more deadlier one called the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). But is ISIL truly, well, Islamic? There are those who believe that ISIL is conveying legitimate Islamic values, while those who are actual follower of Islam seem...

Academic Team moves on to 3rd round of High Q

Academic Team moves on to 3rd round of High Q

Anamika Sharma, Beats Editor

March 2, 2016


Filed under News, Showcase

High Q is a game show where Metro Atlanta high school students compete. It airs every Sunday at 1:00 pm on WSB-TV. The members of Parkview’s Academic team are the competitors, representing Parkview’s elite scholars. Members who were on the show included seniors Sibo Wang, Brent Bessemer, Keaton Law,...

Lillian Wang is Parkview’s shining STAR

Lillian Wang is Parkview’s shining STAR

Anamiaka Sharma, Beats Editor

March 2, 2016


Filed under News, Showcase

The PAGE STAR (Professional Association of Georgia Educators and Student Teacher Achievement Recognition) program honors Georgia’s highest achieving high school seniors and teachers who have been most instrumental in their academic experience. The STAR program has chosen their annual STAR students,...

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