The Perspective

Water Wars starts with a splash of excitement for class of 2021

Taylor Hendershot, Guest Writer May 27, 2021

Wetty or not, the school year is coming to an end, and the last of the senior traditions has just begun.  Water Wars, a senior event at P-CEP that is run and organized by students, kicked off with...

The Class of 2021 appears to be pandemic’s latest fallout

Noelle Brown, Guest writer May 25, 2021

7:10 a.m. Monday morning. The sun barely peeks through the window. The house is silent, the only one awake is 17-year-old Joana Gllafce. This Plymouth senior is about to start her day of online school....

Spring has sprung in Plymouth, Michigan

Caroline Pietron, staff writer May 25, 2021

Ah, in Springtime in Michigan. Flowers are blooming and people are beginning their outdoor projects such as finishing a new deck or creating a firepit. The temperatures are warm and people are starting...

The MPYO Youth Symphony performs at the Cherry Hill Village Theater in December 2019.

Michigan Philharmonic Youth Orchestra holds last Zoom rehearsal

Colin Davidson, Contributer May 29, 2020

The Michigan Philharmonic Youth Orchestra (MPYO) held its final rehearsal for the 2019-2020 season online via Zoom on May 5 as in-person rehearsals have been suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions. The...

Owner Scott LaRiche takes the temperature of employee Bert Saucido.

Chevrolet service center coping with COVID-19

Cameron Stewart, Contributor May 21, 2020

Lou LaRiche is in the process of reopening after Governor Gretchen Whitmer temporarily shut down all non-essential businesses March 23. The service center is planning to make some physical and operational...

Bucketlist for Summer

Cameron Lindsay, Editor in Chief May 30, 2019

Summer can be filled with sky high adventures and valley low boredoms. In Michigan, it sometimes seems like the most boring states, however there are plenty of fun things to do around here. Here’s a...

Summer Reading List

Diya Banerjee, Features Editor May 30, 2019

Ever since I was little, I have had a love for books. However, like many people I know, I’ve become distant with reading as I progressed through high school. Whether it was my work load, friends, or...

Senior Farewell: Jordyn Audi

Jordyn Audi, Social Media Editor May 23, 2019

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...

Roze Clothing and Apparel

Isabelle Fessler and Cameron Lindsay May 23, 2019

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...

Sorrowful Tale of Magnificent Heroines

Kealani Tapp, Business Manager April 15, 2019

“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....

Making a Time Capsule

Kealani Tapp, Business Manager March 20, 2019

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....

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