The Perspective

Cider Mill: Which is the best?

Cameron Lindsay and Cora Wallen, Editors in Chief

November 7, 2018

Filed under Features, Reviews

With warm colors whirling around and the air crisp and cool, it is hard to resist the spirit of the fall season. When autumn comes, so do things like bonfires, football games and going to cider mills. As The Perspective team, we explored three different cider mills to determine which one is the best. Our...

Humans of P-CEP: Amelia Joss

Fiona Hughes, Editor-in-Chief

November 2, 2018

Filed under Features

September is National Suicide Awareness month; so, when Amelia Joss saw her opportunity, she ran with it. Joss joined forces with To Write Love On Her Arms, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting those struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. With a personalized donation page,...

HUSH Haunted Attraction Review

Kealani Tapp, Staff Writer

November 1, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

Sept. 22 marked the return of HUSH Haunted Attraction, one of the most popular haunted houses in Michigan. Its popularity is well-earned with the amount of thought put into the design and layout of the attraction. Owner Cody Bailey upped the ante this year  rebuilding 75 percent of HUSH. The props a...

Humans of P-CEP: Regan Thorp

Zach Antonelli, Guest Writer

May 30, 2018

Filed under Features

Regan Thorp is a senior at Salem High School and an advocate for rehab to fight against drug addiction who has recently celebrated a full year of sobriety. She has spoken publicly about her struggle with drugs and alcohol on many occasions and hopes to spread awareness about this disease that is ofte...

Senior Reflection

Ximena Reyna, Staff Writer

May 29, 2018

Filed under Features

So you know how you always saw older people with actual grown-up problems as distant beings that live among you and your friends? And the questions ‘what do you want to do with your life?’ and ‘Where do you want to go to college?’ didn't immediately cause a tick in your left eye and a sharp pain...

Senior Advice for Next Year’s Graduating Class

Hailey Morin, Staff Writer

May 24, 2018

Filed under Features

It’s that time of the year. Seniors are in their last home stretch and just days away from the very last day of high school. It can be a bittersweet moment. Most seem to have been affected with Senioritis, but we’ve all made it. The future can be scary, especially when you’re finally going out...

Humans of P-CEP: Janet Sutherland

Breanna Losey, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018

Filed under Columns, Features

Janet Sutherland, Plymouth video teacher, has a surprising revelation for being such an accomplished, supportive teacher. “I never really decided to teach video production,” she said, “I was offered the position and accepted. My undergraduate major from The University of Michigan was Communication....

P-CEP Bands go to State Festival for the First Time in Eight Years

Kelly Quinlan, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018

Filed under Features

On Friday April 27, the P-CEP Wind Ensemble attended the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association state festival for the first time since the 2009-2010 school year. The Wind Ensemble is the top concert band in the school’s program and is made up of about 60 students, consisting mostly of senio...

Oh the Places Students Go for Spring Break

Gina Hubbell and Kassie Tanana, Staff Writers

May 4, 2018

Filed under Features

Senior spring break is sometimes stigmatized as a wild party spent on the beach in Florida or Mexico, and this may be the reality for many seniors, with social media littered with photos and videos of students on beaches with their friends, wearing swimsuits and sunglasses and holding colorful drinks....

Chemistry Olympiad Students Make P-CEP History

Asha Shah, Staff Writer

April 26, 2018

Filed under Features, News

All students at the Park are passionate about something. For some, it is playing soccer; others feel their best when singing on a stage. For Claudia Chen, Salem senior, and Vishal Nayak, Canton junior, their passion is chemistry. “I have loved chemistry ever since 7th grade. T the thing I love most...

Business Club Wins Six Awards, Has Four Members Nominated for National Conference

Isabella Quiroz, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018

Filed under Features, News

The Business Professionals of America club recently attended state finals on March 15-18 in Grand Rapids, Mich. The club was awarded six awards and had four members nominated to attend the National Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas on May 9-13. Gurekmann Gill, Plymouth junior, finished in first...

Thanks, Lions. Student shovels teacher’s driveway when team fails to make playoffs

Tony Schembri, Staff Writer

January 22, 2018

Filed under Features

  Photos by Tony Schembri At the beginning of the school year, Plymouth social studies teacher Timothy Nadon and Canton senior Thomas Van made a bet on the Detroit Lions. If the Lions were to make it to the playoffs, Nadon had to shave his head; if they did not make it, Thomas would have to s...

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