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Goodbye, high school; hello, reality

Goodbye, high school; hello, reality

Sania Chandrani and Amy Pan

May 7, 2014

“Summer, summer, summer,” Parkview’s student body murmurs just 13 days from the end of the school year. For many seniors, only 10 days remain, and with AP exam days, perhaps even fewer. As the year comes to a close, many seniors cement their 4-year college plans while others plan to attend vocational...

Madness in March

Madness in March

HongDuyen Pham, Staff Writer

May 5, 2014

In March, people all over the world celebrate Mardi Gras, in Ireland, they celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day, but at Parkview, students and teachers celebrate March Madness. At 11:00am on March 20, many students and teachers rushed to submit their brackets in hope of getting a perfect bracket. Every...

Cinderella drops her shoe at Parkview

Cinderella drops her shoe at Parkview

Sania Chandrani, News Editor

March 3, 2014

As the curtains closed and cast of Parkview’s Cinderella finished taking their bows, well-wishers of all ages flooded the stage. It was a noteworthy performance by the Parkview musical theater class’s cast and crew. Based on a slightly modern twist to the classic Cinderella story, the group performed...

Blood connections at Parkview

Blood connections at Parkview

HongDuyen Pham, Staff Writer

February 26, 2014

Many students deal with them at home, in the car, and now in school. Parkview students have many siblings who attend the same school. While these students agree that sometimes bad things happen, they definitely enjoy having another sibling going to the same school. Having a sibling attending the same...

Objection, your honor: Parkview’s Mock Trial

Objection, your honor: Parkview’s Mock Trial

Amy Pan, Staff Writer

February 25, 2014

Usually, spending the weekend in a courtroom is not necessarily seen as a “good thing,” but there are a few students who beg to differ. Parkview’s Mock Trial team competed in the District 2 region tournament on Saturday, February 2 in Athens, Georgia. The event took place at the University of Georgia’s...

The sky is falling

The sky is falling

Sania Chandrani and Amy Pan

February 25, 2014

Chicken Little’s forecast may have been right. Twice. On Tuesday, January 28, Georgia experienced its first substantial snowfall since the infamous blizzard four years ago. The peculiarity only continued with another winter storm exactly two weeks later on Tuesday, February 10. Understandably, Parkview’s...

Parkview athletes prepare for their futures

Parkview athletes prepare for their futures

Sania Chandrani, News Editor

February 22, 2014

This year, like every other, many Parkview seniors will decide to sign to play a sport for their college. Maybe they will eventually go pro and make some money, but for now, for many of them, sports pay a hefty tuition and allow them to follow something they love. For many, nothing could possibly go...

Seniors Beware

Cameron Irish, Staff Writer

February 22, 2014

Students Beware: A new kind of plague has struck the east coast, finding its ways into the hallowed halls of Parkview. Not one to harm health or one to harm the fruit of crops, this is one to target the fruit of one’s labors. Yes, the dreaded “Senioritis” has arrived. Reports indicate that...

Parkview TSA Gears up for State Conference

Robert Anderson, Staff Writer

February 20, 2014

Most classrooms after school tend to be empty following the two twenty five bell. Some classrooms may have a student or two staying after to make up a test or a few hanging around for some extracurricular activity. Any given Afternoon, the Engineering and Technology Education lab is a swarming beehive...

Letter to Senioritis

Letter to Senioritis

Orrin Hoskisson, Staff Writer

January 26, 2014

Dear Senioritis, Thank you for your great influence on society. Every year you successfully deny millions of seniors of scholarships and consign them to years of avoidable debt. At first students feel free and happy, so they put schoolwork at the bottom of their priority list. Then the false sense...

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