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Seniors apply to college; left in the dark

November 1, 2018 4:35pm | Taylor Clark '19

November 1st is the deadline for early action for most colleges. This is one of the various deadlines a senior might encounter. Senior year is one of the most anticipated times of high school, but the sad reality is many seniors don’t even know how […]

Teenagers hurt by constant bullying

November 1, 2018 2:18pm | Finn Sheerin, '19

Bullying is a very big problem. Students suffer from bullying very often, and even though people try and pass it off as nothing but ‘children playing’ or ‘a phase’, it can have negative effects on lifelong development. Teenagers are often hit the worst by bullying, […]

Teachers navigate the ins and outs of being a ‘favorite’

May 8, 2018 1:20pm | Fuanyi Nzeffe, 18'

Being a favorite teacher comes with a lot of responsibility. Teachers have a lot on their plate just by teaching, and for some,  they feel they have to go an extra mile just to be liked by their students. However, there is no one singular […]

Prom season breaks students’ pockets

May 8, 2018 1:07pm | Jovial Njinyi, '18

With prom season fast approaching, high school girls are looking to social media, celebrities on the red carpet and Pinterest to see what others girls are wearing. More often than not, the stress can become all too real when trying to find the perfect dress […]

Facebook admits to distributing user info

May 8, 2018 12:39pm | Ernesto Villa '18

  On April 9, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg met with Congress to apologize for allowing several outside companies to have access to data unknowingly from Facebook users. Facebook is currently the most popular social network worldwide, having more then one billion active users worldwide and […]

Once Upon A Gown helps save prom for many

May 8, 2018 12:31pm | Zenaida Vasquez, '20

Prom is popularly known by many high schoolers as one of the most magical moments in their high school career.  However, for some, the numerous and pricey costs of prom could keep them from feeling the magic. That’s where “Once Upon a Gown” steps in. […]

Students strive to make ends meet in fourth quarter

May 7, 2018 12:19pm | Finnian Sheerin, '19

The final quarter is, for many students, the final chance to bring their grades up before the year ends. For other students, it’s merely the last part of the school year in which they can begin to finally rest. Whether a student is on the […]

Scholarship offered for viral video game

May 4, 2018 12:59pm | Leprence Kitt, '19

Over the past several months, Fornite has internationally taken over the gaming world. Teens, kids, and even some parents are playing this game and are loving it. What many don’t know is that you can actually get scholarships from playing this game. Yes, the very […]

Being an IB senior during crunch time

May 4, 2018 12:48pm | Lola Fatinikun, ‘18

May is upon the hallways of Parkdale High school, and it is crunch time, specifically those in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program. What exactly is crunch time?? It is a period in time when the pressure to succeed is at its highest peak often toward […]

Students look to jobs, internships for summer

May 4, 2018 12:37pm | Vivian Del Prado, '18

 With the school year coming to an end, students are making their best efforts to finish the school year, but for some, the work doesn’t stop on June 20th. While some students have secured summer jobs, others may not be old enough to legally work, […]