Netflix Has The Movies

Jacob Miller, Reporter

June 5, 2017


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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. While quality, original television programs have been produced by Netflix for years, it is only recently that the service is going...

Kehlani Comes to Detroit

Kehlani Comes to Detroit

Victoria Hall, Opinion Editor

May 30, 2017


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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, her “SweetSexySavage” tour, titled after her debut album, made its second stop in Michigan, this time in Detroit. Her conce...

Real Representatives Host Benefit Concert

Chloe Barbosa, Deputy News Editor

May 30, 2017


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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. The scholarship this year is helping a girl from Southfield who is a first generation immigrant from Nigeria. She wants to become...

Seniors, are they staying or leaving?

Rachel Quigley, Reporter

May 30, 2017


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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 fairly high. However, out-of-state colleges typically tend to be more generous in their scholarship offerings to out-of-state...

Book Review: 45 Pounds (More or Less)

Laura Westcott, Features Editor

May 30, 2017


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‘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 pains of growing up. She’s 16 years old and a size 17, and with her aunt’s wedding looming over her shoulder and that bridesmaid...

Muslim Capitol Day

Khadega Mohammed, Reporter

May 30, 2017


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Hundreds of Muslim youth and adults gathered at the State Capitol for the annual Michigan Muslim Capitol Day event that took place Tuesday, May 9. The event was hosted by Michigan Muslim Community Council (MMCC) in partnership with Engage, an organization focused on voter registration and education,...

Rouge River Research

Grace Pierzynski, Reporter

May 30, 2017


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Every year, the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park’s Ecology classes partner up with the Friends of the Rouge Organization to do research for the Rouge Education Project. The Rouge Education Project is a collaborative project where students from all grade levels and schools within the Rouge River Watershed...

Quite the Day for Capstone Projects

Quite the Day for Capstone Projects

Laura Westcott, Feature Editor

May 30, 2017


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On May 19, Canton senior Syd West, Plymouth senior Carter Salata and Salem senior Tarriel Cannon all showcased their Capstone Projects through the Arts Academy at the same time. Well, practically. Salata and Cannon put on their show together at the Canton DuBois Little Theater. West was at the Plymouth...

Ten People You Should Follow on Instagram

Victoria Hall, Opinion Editor

May 30, 2017


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From its humble beginnings as a simple app to share photos to an app worth $50 billion, Instagram has become a household name. It has helped produce some of the content creators we know and love today; it has become a major networking tool; even more importantly, it has become a loved creative outlet ...

Senior Skip Day

Grace Grelak, Photo Editor

May 30, 2017


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May 26 is a holiday known by most seniors as a day to sleep in, relax or adventure off to Cedar Point. The thought of having a day off of school for only seniors is great, but how did it all start? According to reference.com, “Senior skip day is not a nationally designated day on the U.S. calendar. Howe...

PCCS Director of Communications Turns His Long-Lived Passion For Music Into A Creative Space For Local Student Musicians

Naabia Romain, Reporter

May 24, 2017


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Plymouth-Canton’s lively music scene is a blend of high school garage bands and the 18 and over music scene. Nick Brandon, P-CCS Director of Communications, was once in one of those high school garage bands, always envisioning having a center for his community. Even from a young age, he always wanted...

FMB

FMB

Madie Miazek, News Layout

May 22, 2017


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Every Friday morning, Salem junior Fillip Filkoski posts a picture on Instagram of his breakfast. He has kept this tradition going since his freshman year. “Freshman year I just wanted to put something on my Instagram, so I woke up early one morning and I just did it,” said Filkoski. Now his almost...

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