Jeff the security guard protects P-CEP

Tony Schembri, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017


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  Photo by Tony Schembri Jeff Neschich, Plymouth security guard, has worked at Plymouth for over 30 years. Neschich coaches Plymouth Boys Soccer in the fall and Plymouth Girls Soccer in the spring, but he is a security guard year round. Neschich is a Salem alumnus, who used to play Salem ...

Glory of Christmas review

Sebastien Ostertag, Opinion Editor

December 21, 2017


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Photo by Sebastien Ostertag I have had the pleasure and the privilege of watching “The Glory of Christmas” at NorthRidge Church. It was an event that I would never miss and was by far the greatest musical/play that I have ever seen. The performance was based on stories in the Gospel. North...

The Aux: “SYRE”

Max Korff, Photo Editor

November 21, 2017


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Photo courtesy of Roc Nation Jaden Smith, the son of movie star Will Smith, has polarized the public ever since he moved out of his house at the young age of 15. Smith has always been one for advocating free speech and the expression of creativity, and when you think of this name maybe you imagine...

Winter Percussion Kicks Off this Month

Rachel Elliott, Design team

November 1, 2017


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And the beat goes on. And on. At least for members of  Winter Percussion. They are prepping for their season, with auditions on Nov. 15, 16 and 21 at Plymouth. Interested students should show up in the band room 5:30 - 9 p.m. The tentative schedule for the season may be found at pcmb.net. Acc...

P-CEP students look in on World Series

Max Korff, Photo Editor

October 31, 2017


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The Houston Astros are leading the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 in the race for the World Series pennant. Over the course of the last two weeks, the two electrifying baseball teams have been mashing each other in the race for the MLB World Series Pennant.  Baseball is considered America’s favorite pastime b...

Students Raise Money for Malaria Nets

Tony Schembri, Staff Writer

October 19, 2017


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Malaria is a horrible parasite that affects people all over the world. Joan Pence, Salem science teacher, shared with her class that the disease is endemic to 106 nations, threatening half the world's population. Approximately 3,000 children die each day from it in Africa, which is one every 30 seconds,...

The Aux: “Mr. Davis”

Max Korff, Photo Editor

October 19, 2017


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GUWOP! The legendary trap artist, Gucci Mane, is back after a few months away from making music with his newest studio album, "Mr. Davis." It’s been a packed month for the Atlanta trap rapper known for his unique sense of style and influence on trap music. His wedding with long-time girlfriend,...

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...

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