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Lit mag students meet former President Carter

Lit mag students meet former President Carter

January 10, 2019

      On Saturday, September 22nd, Sophomore Kristen Newstreet (left) and Freshman Bella Maradiaga (right), traveled to Plains, GA to accept their medals in the 2018 Plains Postcard Contest for 2nd and 3rd place. They both entered through Parkview's creative writing class. While a...

Parkview makes a splash

Parkview girls cheered each other on until the end.

Kylie Gabrielson, Sports Editor

February 27, 2015

Parkview put in a lot of work this season, and it paid off with a strong finish at the state finals. The boys, Sam Kim, Willy Lehner, Dalton Vaux, and Jacob Finco, took fifth in the 200 yard medley relay. “Swimming has been a great outlet for me the past four years, it has definitely taught me...

Question and answer with new dance teacher

New dance teacher, Ms. Brown, posing in the dance room.

Grace Kim, Opinion Editor

February 27, 2015

Name: Ms. Lindsey Brown Q: Why did you choose to be a dance teacher? A: I love to dance and I have been performing professionally for the past 7 years. I love teaching and education. Q: What do you like about teaching dance? A:  My favorite part of my job is teaching the students all forms of dance and educati...

Atlanta’s winter wonderland

Atlanta's winter wonderland

Amy Pan, News Editor

December 11, 2014

‘Tis the season! While December is typically a time full of end-of-semester stress and last-minute frenzy for most Parkview students, fear not. There are plenty of winter festivities around Atlanta that can offer a temporary escape from the gloom of final exams. These attractions provide the full experience...

Multitasking is a mistake

Junior Lillian Wang struggles with multitasking at school.

Grace Kim, Opinion Editor

December 9, 2014

Picture this: It is a Tuesday night and a student is hard at work, typing away on an essay due the next day. On her screen, there are fifteen tabs of pages, which include Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Tumblr. At the same time, she is texting her friends and making plans while sounds from the TV resound...

Students battle “morning traffic blues”

Students battle

Amy Pan, News Editor

December 8, 2014

Lately, the sight of Cole Drive on weekday mornings has been slow and still. Every day, a long line of cars stretches all the way down and around the road, and the street is so congested that hardly any movement occurs as the clock ticks closer to 7:30. The current state of traffic in the mornings...

New hope for undocumented immigrants

Obama visits Chicago to tout immigration action, cites Ferguson controversy.

Sania Chandrani, Editor-in-Chief

December 7, 2014

Amnesty. A word that strikes fear in the souls of many Americans who see the concept as consent to open borders and millions of illegal border-hoppers jumping over a non-existent fence to steal good ole American jobs and destroying American culture. However, supporters of amnesty in the United States...

Robin Hood’s showy showing

Maid Marian played by Ella Yates (12th) steps on Robin Hood played By Keaton Law (11th)

Rory Abrams, Staff Writer

October 7, 2014

Robin Hood is an English folk hero whose story constantly inspires telling after telling in European culture. Most are familiar with the tale of the hero who steals from the rich and gives to the poor and fights the evil Prince John (lightning sounds) and his sheriff, it’s been done over and over. Most...

Education Takes Center Stage in Georgia Elections

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal greets supporters at his election night party at the Georgian Terrace Hotel in Atlanta on Tuesday, May 20, 2014. Deal easily crushed his opponents in GOP gubernatorial primary.  He is now taking on Jason Carter in the general election. (Kent D. Johnson/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/MCT)

Doyle Wang, Staff Writer

October 7, 2014

On November 4th, 2014, Georgia voters will head to the polls to decide on the control of most of Georgia’s statewide offices as well as control of the state legislature. The elections will include incumbent Republican Governor Nathan Deal’s race for reelection, a hotly contested US Senate race to re...

Parkview beats Brookwood in the Great American Rivalry Series, 37 – 24

Parkview beats Brookwood in the Great American Rivalry Series, 37 - 24

Jordan Johnson, Staff Writer

September 14, 2014

The Parkview Panthers opened their region play on Friday, September 12th against their rivals the Brookwood Broncos. The Panthers donned their blue jerseys for the blue-out and the huge crowd that came to see them avenge their loss from last year. This was the 33rd matchup between Parkview and Brookwoo...

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