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Madie Miazek, News Layout

May 22, 2017

Every Friday morning, Salem junior Fillip Filkoski posts a picture on Instagram of his breakfast. He has kept this tradition going since his freshman year. “Freshman year I just wanted to put something on my Instagram, so I woke up early one morning and I just did it,” said Filkoski. Now his almost...

The Compassion International Club

Chloe Barbosa, Deputy News Editor

May 22, 2017

Every year, Compassions International Club sponsors a child in poverty somewhere in the world. This is their third year as a club, and this year they are helping a 5 year old boy from Burkina Faso named Herman. Corina Ghita, Salem junior, said, “You know that you're doing something good and helping...

Terrill Malone: Humble beginnings to Ivy Leagues

Terrill Malone: Humble beginnings to Ivy Leagues

Khadega Mohammed, Reporter

May 22, 2017

Accepted into nine universities, one being an Ivy League, and four being notable universities, this well spoken and poised Canton High School senior is an exceptional student. Terrill Malone, a  charismatic leader, never settled throughout his high school years and was continuously looking for ways...

Humans of P-CEP: Marisa “Rose” Austin

Katrina Smith, Guest Writer

May 16, 2017

She’s an inventor, a risk-taker, an exciting ball of energy waiting to explode on a new project. Meet Marisa Austin, an 18-year old junior at Salem High School who spends all the free time she can get building armor. It’s not your average “medieval” armor, it is cosplay armor. Austin gets...

Humans of P-CEP: Hectic Life of a President

Rachel Kristian, Guest Writer

May 16, 2017

A busy day is a normal day for Allison Hurley, with running between school, Robotics Club, work and friends. She has a bright future following in her parents’ footsteps to a path of success. Hurley said, “I admire my parents the most because they are happy and successful.” Robotics started for...

Humans of P-CEP: Henry the Safe

Nick O’Donohue, Guest Writer

May 16, 2017

He walks into the building, quickly scurries his way into the robotics team’s machine shops. He puts on his safety glasses and begins to instruct others who haven’t done so already. He nudges all of the students wearing long sleeves to roll up them up so they don’t get caught on anything. This...

Humans of P-CEP: Michelle Cirino

Bryanna Lanzilotti, Guest Writer

May 16, 2017

Plymouth junior Michelle Cirino is a multi-sport athlete with big plans ahead of her. Playing hockey since the age of five and lacrosse since her freshman year, Cirino has chosen the sport that will take her through college as well. Cirino decided she wanted to play college lacrosse for Siena Heights...

Humans of P-CEP: Jones Lines Up to Finish Coaching Career

Annika Wang, Guest Writer

May 16, 2017

Saying goodbye to a loved one is notoriously painful. Alan Jones, who coaches Girls Track and Field at Canton High School, is preparing to say goodbye to an entire team of loved ones. Jones coached track for the Amateur Athletic Union for 14 years before he started coaching at Canton High School, where...

Stand Against Cancer Club making a difference

Madison Taylor, Photo Editor

May 4, 2017

There are many unique and entertaining clubs at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, but a club that has recently joined  the list is the Stand Against Cancer Club. This club WAS started up in the beginning of March by club president, Tessa Koenigsknecht, Canton junior. Back when she was four yea...

“Barefoot In The Park” Takes on P-CEP

Laura Westcott, Features Editor

April 27, 2017

Corie and Paul Bratter are newlyweds living in their first home together in an apartment on the top floor of a brownstone building in New York City, and man, Paul needs to lighten up a little! For instance, maybe he should try running “barefoot in the park?” Corie sure seems to think that would be...

Laura’s Book Nook- “The Little Paris Bookshop” by Nina George

Laura Westcott, Features Editor

April 27, 2017

Dripping with French culture and that pink frosting Parisian feel, “The Little Paris Bookshop” by Nina George is a story for anyone who craves realistic adventure close to home. The lead in the story, Monsieur Jean Perdu, calls himself a literary apothecary. From his floating bookstore in a barge...

Laura’s Book Nook- 45 Pounds (More or Less)

April 27, 2017

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 dress th...

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