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PHS students enjoy Thanksgiving break in different ways

Caroline Williams, Staff Writer

November 16, 2012

In this festive air created by Thanksgiving, many students and faculty members are celebrating this week- long break in many different ways. The common dominator in a normal Thanksgiving is enjoying a giant lunch with family and looking back in the past year and realizing all the good that has come...

Students come and go for Thanksgiving break

Niki Nourollahi, Staff Writer

November 16, 2012

With Thanksgiving break quickly approaching, many students have big plans for the week off.  Having this freedom is a great opportunity to relax and rejuvenate minds and bodies in preparation for the hard work that is associated with December and final exams. PHS students are spending this week off...

Don’t look like an elephant after “turkey day”

Liz Shah, Editor-in-Chief

November 15, 2012

                When the holiday season is here, I think about my family coming together, food being eaten, cold weather blowing through, gifts being wrapped in secrecy and food being eaten. Okay, so I get reallyexcited about all of the holiday meals that are soon to come my way.                ...

Atlanta is on fire for The Hunger Games

Atlanta is on fire for The Hunger Games

Christa Young, Staff Writer

October 11, 2012

      Catching Fire begins filming in the state of Georgia.       News of the second film adaptation of the popular book series has taken residents of the Atlanta area by surprise and has brought a large amount of positive feedback, even from students at the one and only Parkview High School....

Coach Brown: Teacher of the Year

Ashwin Nair and Zach Gabrielson

October 4, 2012

When asking his students for the best word to describe this teacher, his students said in unison, “phenomenal.” A Parkview alumni who returned to his high school to pursue a career in teaching, Coach Brown has excelled in his occupation and was recently awarded the Teacher of the Year award.  While...

iPhone 5 finally arrives

iPhone 5 finally arrives

Aaron Ladd, Sports Editor

September 28, 2012

After nearly a year of agonizing wait and constant speculation, Apple premiered its newest version of the iPhone (iPhone 5) on September 13 at its annual festival in San Francisco, California. Apple stocks have since sky rocketed in anticipation of what is to be the slimmest, lightest, most powerful...

Taking over: another ‘baby boom’

Taking over: another ‘baby boom’

Chelsey Boyce, Staff Writer

September 27, 2012

There has been an abundant amount of celebrities giving birth this year. Babies such as Blue Ivy Carter, and twins Moroccan and Monroe Cannon were all born to famous stars that are overjoyed to have them. Although some celebrities can “do no wrong” in the public’s eye, their children do not see...

A day burned in American history: 9/11

Sania Chandrani, Staff Writer

September 18, 2012

September 11 2001, a day that has been etched into the minds of Americans across the country. September 11 was the day that the American people began locking their doors at night, setting alarm systems and fearing air travel. It was the day the security and safety of all Americans was challenged, and...

Dress code: fair or unfair?

Kristina Pavlova, Entertainment Editor

August 27, 2012

      A new school year means new rules. The dress code, however, is one set of rules that seem to maintain similar guidelines, yet every year most students maintain a view that it is over the top.        Students continually ask similar questions. Is it really distracting that shoulders...

Strut the halls in style

Liz Shah, Editor-in-Chief

August 23, 2012

Fall is approaching, and that means fall fashion is arriving, too. Fall styles will soon be raking down the streets. Bonfires, football, changing leaves and darker colors are here to stay for the next few months. Here is a preview at what your September polaroids should look like. School girl (or boy) Style W...

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