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Parkview’s Academic Team takes on High Q

Parkview’s Academic Team takes on High Q

Anika Akbar, Staff Writer

October 6, 2015

Cameras begin rolling, the lights glow at their brightest, and the competition gets fierce. For Parkview High School’s Academic Team, who recently competed last Sunday on WSB-TV’s High Q, these were not troubling facts. High Q is a game show for high school students that airs every Sunday at 1:00 ...

How to make the most of your summer

High school students helping out at Childrens Heathcare of Atlanta's Volunteen program.

Grace Kim, Opinion Editor

May 14, 2015

Summer break is blissful. It is a time to decompress from all the stress of the school year. Most students’ first instinct is to forget about all school related thoughts and devote all time to hanging out with friends, catching up on tv shows, and sleeping. Yet, summer is also a very valuable in which...

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...

Swim team aims to make waves this season


Grace Kim, Opinion Editor

December 9, 2014

For most people, December is a time to unwind with loved ones as the holidays draw near.  However, members of the Parkview swim team are busier than ever both in and out of the pool as they work hard to remain in top shape. The Parkview swim team has had a very successful track record in the past....

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...

Gwinnett teens help combat police abuse

Gwinnett teens help combat police abuse

Amy Pan, News Editor

October 11, 2014

With all of the recent police abuse and law enforcement brutality that has plagued the news lately, Gwinnett teens Ima (16), Leon (14), and Asha (15) Christian decided to take charge of the issue. In the months leading up to the inflammatory Michael Brown case, the siblings developed the mobile app...

Student Elections Take Parkview by Storm

Sophomore Sarah Nguyen stands with her campaign poster for junior class vice president.

Grace Kim, Staff Writer

May 13, 2014

Near the end of each school year, student elections are all the buzz around Parkview. It is the time of the year when various clubs have elections for next year’s officers, which means campaigning, campaigning, and more campaigning for determined candidates. Clubs such as Beta, TSA, Volunteer Parkview,...

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...

Et Tu, Brute?

Mr. Murphy's sophomore class rehearses the play, Julius Caesar.

HongDuyen Pham, Staff Writer

May 5, 2014

“The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our…uhmmmm…stars, but in ourselves.” Students dressed in togas pace the stage, stumble over their lines and gesture towards the empty auditorium as they prepared themselves for the big day. Language Arts teacher, Mr. Murphy, steps out of the box and makes his...

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