The Perspective

Senior Farewell: Jordyn Audi

Jordyn Audi, Social Media Editor

May 23, 2019


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One word to describe my high school experience: unexpected. As an underclassmen, I assumed everything was already figured out for me. My freshman friends would be going to college with me one day and my classes were going to be a breeze, somehow would just fall perfectly into place the way I wanted it t...

Roze Clothing and Apparel

Isabelle Fessler and Cameron Lindsay

May 23, 2019


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In recent years there has been an uprise of student-run clothing brands reaching out to the Park’s student body. Roze Clothing and Apparel is similar in this regard, as it was started by students for students who walk the Park’s paths. The Roze brand was created by Connor Elkins and Jacob Mozurkewic...

Sorrowful Tale of Magnificent Heroines

Kealani Tapp, Business Manager

April 15, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

“The Alice Network” by Kate Quinn combines the records of real World War I and World War II historical figures with the stories of plausible fictitious characters to create a captivating narrative. The novel chronicles the lives of Eve and Charlie as they struggle with the losses from two great ...

Making a Time Capsule

Kealani Tapp, Business Manager

March 20, 2019


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Time capsules preserve a moment in history to be shared with future generations. But what does one put in a time capsule? With the input of several Park students from a survey, a list of ideas was created. Most survey participants agreed that photos are a necessity, whether that means photos of onese...

The Life of Pi

Sache Krishnaraj, Design Editor

March 20, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

I decided to read Life of Pi because I had watched the movie a long time ago with my family and attempted to read the book afterwards. Unfortunately, I gave up on it within a few days. I wanted to give it another shot because of how much I enjoyed the movie. It is common knowledge that books are alwa...

Everything is Not Awesome

Brett Caldwell, Entertainment Editor

March 5, 2019


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“Lego Movie 2: The Second Part,” was like most sequels. It wasn’t as good as the original and failed to live up to the hype. “Lego Movie,” set a very high bar with its humor and catchy song. This movie didn't meet that bar, but I was thoroughly entertained and think it's a really good movie....

Thank U, Next Album Please

Lilli Keehn, Copy Editor

March 1, 2019


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Ariana Grande dropped her fifth studio album,“Thank U, Next,” on Feb. 8, 2019. With only a six month break between this album release and her previous album “Sweetener,” fans were very excited to see more new music out. The entire theme of this album is finding who you are after going through ...

“Glass” Shatters Box Office

Brett Caldwell, Entertainment Editor

February 28, 2019


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  We were first introduced to Elijah Price in the 2000 film “Unbreakable.” Price has an amazing mind, but his bones are very fragile and therefore break easily, thus he became known as Mr. Glass. In the film we also met introduced to David Dunn who in a way is the opposite of Mr. Glass. Du...

Perfection or Death

Fiona Hughes, Editor-in-Chief

February 28, 2019


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We all have interesting hobbies. Some people are into collecting seashells, knitting or baking, but only a small percentage of the population has a hobby that could easily lead to their death. Meet Alex Honnold, a free-solo rock climber. Free-solo climbing is a lot like regular rock climbing, just wit...

“Blue Bloods” Review

Emma Bali, News Editor

February 27, 2019


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There are several series based on detective/police work and crime. However, no series can compare to that of  CBS’s American drama series Blue Bloods. This series is so invigorating and will make you want to binge watch for hours. The multiple producers of this show, which include Robin Green and L...

Slumpin’ to Ski Mask

Laurence Yang, Copy Editor

February 27, 2019


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On November 28, Ski Mask the Slump God dropped his debut album “Stokeley” after a year of suspenseful waiting. Hyped up to be a needle in the haystack, the former associate of XXXTentacion made sure this album was one to remember. With hit tracks that are eccentrically named to say the least, Ski Mas...

Mantaraybryn With a Comeback

Fiona Hughes, Editor-in-Chief

February 27, 2019


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What in the world is “Mantaraybryn?” That’s a good question. Mantaraybryn is just a single guy named Bryn Evans who creates music using his parents’ piano in Cornwall, England. He first gained some popularity after releasing his first album, “Dark Shapes in the Water” in 2016. Coming from p...

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