The Parkview Pantera

Parkview High School seniors battle stringent exemption rules

Alyssa Guo created a petition on to protest the exam exemption policy.

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...

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...

Students seek flexible dress code

Jeans and leggings are often equally tight; the same piece shorts could pass on one student but violate dress code on another.

Sania Chandrani, Editor-in-Chief

December 7, 2014

Pick up agenda. Turn it sideways. No, long ways. School dress code has been a topic of controversy for years among students and administrators, and while the dress code assemblies have informed over 96% of students about the policies of the dress code, the majority of students do not agree with these...

Parkview Golf comes out “swinging”

Parkview's varsity girl golfers celebrate their region win with coach Devon Walker.

Amy Pan, Staff Writer

May 13, 2014

Move over, Tiger Woods! Spring is in the air, and warmer weather is taking hold, which means that Parkview Golf is now in full swing (pun intended). Parkview’s golf teams have had a history of strong finishes in the past couple of seasons, with the girls winning the region championship in 2012 and...

No Fear, Shakespeare

No Fear, Shakespeare

Sara Anderson, Staff Writer

February 26, 2014

Let’s face it, talking about Shakespeare’s relevance is going to go no where. He is still relevant, he will probably always be relevant. If Plato is still going strong, Shakespeare is here to stay. There is, undeniably, a time difference that continues to get larger. While we are still reading “T...

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