The Student News Site of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park

The Perspective

The Student News Site of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park

The Perspective

The Student News Site of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park

The Perspective

Humans of PCEP: Rishi Mahesh does it all

Rachel Quigley, Staff Writer December 21, 2016

For Plymouth senior Rishi Mahesh, one activity wasn’t enough. Mahesh is involved with the Acting and Tech department in the Park Players Theatre Company, the International Thespian Honor Society,...

Blood, sweat, and 8-ball pool

Conner Riedel, Reporter December 20, 2016

With the release of iOS10 for iPhone users, students have the ability to play games with one another via iMessage. Plymouth High School junior Max Khorff said, “It's a good way to pass time and provides...

Kristen Shanks, Canton Counselor

Counselors at the Park

Megan Pham, Reporter December 19, 2016

“I guess you could say we’re the heartbeat, because we’re right in the middle of everything,” said Renee Eley, Salem counselor. For some students at the Park, the counselors’ office is just another...

P-CEP’s stunning new production: Almost, Maine

P-CEP’s stunning new production: ‘Almost, Maine’

Laura Westcott, Features Editor December 15, 2016

It’s love... but not quite. On one extremely cold midwinter night, when the Northern Lights will surely shine, the citizens of Almost, not quite organized enough to be a real town, experience a change...

The Secret of Cherry Hill Village (Part 2)

Haaniya Mallick, Reporter December 7, 2016

Editor's note: This is a continuation from the article, "The Secret of Cherry Hill Village," from the November print issue. The renovations at Cherry Hill Village have continued for a second building...

Conspiracy Theory: Denver Airport Hosts Illuminati

Chloe Barbosa, Deputy News Editor November 22, 2016

If you believe in the Illuminati you probably know about the Denver Airport, but if you don't, here is some weird but interesting information. It is thought that the Denver Airport is the headquarters...

P-CEPs Must See Fall Production: Blithe Spirit

P-CEP’s Must See Fall Production: “Blithe Spirit”

Laura Westcott, Features Editor November 16, 2016

Sam Schikora, Plymouth senior and stage manager, said, “Blithe Spirit is a witty, entertaining show about an author being haunted by his ex-wife after a séance gone wrong.” Set in 1945 and...

Humans of P-CEP

Humans of P-CEP

Sanjana Sathrasala, Copy Editor November 16, 2016

Humans of New York is a familiar name to many throughout the world. This is a social media blog that showcases the lives of people throughout New York. Just as this account aims to share the stories of...

Not just another skeleton

Not just another skeleton

Chloe Barbosa, Deputy News Editor November 9, 2016

I stopped dead in my tracks. I'd found it. There he was, looking at me with his dark, soulless eyes. I used all my strength to resist buying him because of his $80 price tag, but when I checked out I saw...

Ohio vs Michigan… Homecoming Style?

Madison Taylor & Grace Grelak, Photo Editors November 7, 2016

It is probably true that Plymouth, Canton and Salem Homecomings are equally as fun as an Ohio Homecoming, but what are the differences between the two? Students at the Park and Wapakoneta High School,...

Music of P-CEP: Choir and Orchestras fall concert

Music of P-CEP: Choir and Orchestra’s fall concert

Mary Pettovello, Features Editor November 3, 2016

The Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Choirs and Orchestra joined together on Tuesday Oct. 18 at seven p.m. in the Salem Gloria Logan Auditorium for “A Fall Concert.” The P-CEP Choirs and Orchestra...

This Month in TV History- October

Emily Proctor, Co-News Editor October 28, 2016

Looking back, October has been the month of late fall television premieres and hilarious Halloween specials, and while the weather turns from 70 and sunny to the low 50s and eventually freezing, it might...