Crack The Code

“Break the dress for day,” or rather “Break the dress code day?” on May 25 was intended to be the second annual “Crack the Code” day at P-CEP; however, this year due to a number of reasons, participation was almost nonexistent. Last year around this same time Demetrius...

Shot On Goal: Penguins Go To Playoffs

Bryanna Lanzilotti, Guest Writer

On Monday, March 6, the PCS girls hockey team entered their first and final round of playoffs. Sadly, the Penguins fell to Mercy High School. Last year the team placed in division one for the first time in the team’s history....

May 23, 2017No Comments

U.S. Rolls Past Russia

Jimmy Gearns, Reporter

On Saturday afternoon, the United States Women’s Hockey Team posted their second shutout in as many days at the Women's World Championships at USA Hockey Arena. This time it was led by goaltender Maddie Rooney, who made 14 sa...

April 13, 2017No Comments

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Anthem, Trump, protest, patriotism

Ann-Nora Hirami

President Trump went way too far in his recent condemnation of Colin Kaepernick and other athletes who kneel during the national anthem. He is our president. He is not a dictator...

October 11, 2017

The Benefit of Reality TV

Sanjana Sathrasala, Reporter

Kim Kardashian. Whether this name brings disgust or joy, we have all heard of her and automatically connect it to her reality TV show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.”...

June 5, 2017


June 5, 2017

Spotlight Too Bright For Some

May 31, 2017

No More Seniors No More School

May 30, 2017

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Netflix Has The Movies

Jacob Miller, Reporter

Who doesn’t have Netflix? This is the mindset that the entertainment streaming service has implemented into the new year, because they are really stepping up their game....

June 5, 2017No Comments

Kehlani Comes to Detroit

Kehlani Comes to Detroit

Victoria Hall, Opinion Editor

From humble beginnings in Oakland, Calif. to an international tour with multiple shows completely sold out, Kehlani is the poster child for following your dreams. On May 8...

May 30, 2017No Comments

Real Representatives Host Benefit Concert

Chloe Barbosa, Deputy News Editor

The Real Representatives, a club at the park for gender equality, held a benefit concert on May 12 to raise funds for their “Education Can Change the World” scholarship....

May 30, 2017No Comments

Seniors, are they staying or leaving?

Rachel Quigley, Reporter

College decision day was May 1, and at the Park there were a wide variety of colleges from across the country being chosen. Out-of-state tuition has a reputation for being...

May 30, 2017No Comments

Book Review: 45 Pounds (More or Less)

Laura Westcott, Features Editor

‘45 Pounds (More or Less)’ is a realistic and difficult portrayal of a teenager named Ann dealing with body image, humiliation (both real and in her head) and the simple...

May 30, 2017No Comments

Muslim Capitol Day

May 30, 2017

Rouge River Research

May 30, 2017

Quite the Day for Capstone Projects

Quite the Day for Capstone Projects

May 30, 2017

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