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Listen Up #5

Colby Johnson, Reporter

January 13, 2017


Filed under Columns

Dec. 25 was a great day not only because it was Christmas, but because it was also the release day of Run the Jewels' new self titled album, “Run the Jewels 3.” RTJ’s latest album was essentially a manifesto of the group itself. It is an angry album calling people to rise up and end oppression whet...

JSA Club Preview

Gagana Borra, Reporter

January 13, 2017


Filed under Features

A place for liberals, conservatives and everyone in between. It might seem far fetched, but that is exactly the aim of the organization Junior State of America (JSA). According to the official website, JSA’s mission is “to strengthen American democracy by educating and preparing high school students...

Mike Smith Comes to P-CEP

Sangana Sathrasala and Gagana Borra

January 12, 2017


Filed under Features, News

You’ve heard about the videos. You’ve seen the sock drive bins. And this Friday, you get to see the man behind it all: Mike Smith. Who is Mike Smith? According to his website, he founded “Skate For Change (SFC), a full 501-c3 non-profit organization dedicated to youth empowerment through skateboarding...

Sports Debate Club

Morgan Stephens, Reporter

December 23, 2016


Filed under Features

The PCEP Sports Debate club is officially underway with its first appearance at the Park. The club aims to unite students at the Park in friendly debates about various sports topics such as the NFL’s most valuable players and upcoming game predictions. Just raise your hand, and your opinion will be...

P-CEP Choir Put on Winter Concert

Mary Pettovello, Features Editor

December 23, 2016


Filed under Features

On Dec. 20, the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Choirs had their winter concert in the Gloria Logan Auditorium at Salem High School at entitled “A Winter’s Song.” The show opened with Park Singers, the female beginner’s choir, who performed “Da Pacem Domine,” composed by Melchior Franck...

Winter Orchestra Concert

Haley DeLaca, Deputy Online Editor

December 23, 2016


Filed under Features

P-CEP is flooded with talented students, which is evident if you have ever been to an orchestra concert at the Park. These come once every few months and are a must-see for any music lover. Varying levels of performers play, from middle school orchestras to the highest group of them all, Symphony. T...

The P-CBC Nutcracker

Madison Miazek, Layout Editor

December 23, 2016


Filed under Features

On Dec. 3 and 4 the Plymouth Canton Ballet Company (PCBC) performed the famous Christmas ballet, "The Nutcracker." It was hosted at Salem High School and open to the public. The show is performed every year at the holiday season, and has become a tradition for the audience and cast members. "The Nutcracker"...

Genes in Diseases and Symptoms

Gagana Borra, Reporter

December 23, 2016


Filed under Features

Genes in Diseases and Symptoms (GIDAS) is a relatively new club at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park. It officially started in February and is continuing on in this school year. GIDAS is a chapter of a nonprofit organization called miRcore. It was founded at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor by Dr....

Health: Quinoa (keen-wah)

Morgan Stephens, Reporter

December 22, 2016


Filed under Columns

Although it sounds like a karate move, quinoa will do nothing besides knock your digestive system right on track (excuse the corny pun). Although the grain originated in the Inca Empire long before my time, quinoa is sold all over the U.S. in grocery stores and markets. Authority Nutrition tells us...

The 1975 Concert: “UGH!”

The 1975 Concert: “UGH!”

Claire Heise, Managing Editor

December 22, 2016


Filed under Features, Lifestyle

The lights went down around 9 p.m. on Nov. 11 at the Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center, as Matthew (Matty) Healy of the 1975 stepped onto the stage along with his band mates, George, Adam and Ross. The band kicked off their sixteenth show out of 60 in Ypsilanti with the upbeat, hit song...

“Hacksaw Ridge” Movie Review

Jacob Miller, Reporter

December 22, 2016


Filed under Reviews

Mel Gibson is an incredibly talented filmmaker, possibly one of the best. His films have an uncommon grit and realism lacking in many of today’s most dramatic pictures. He is not afraid of pushing the envelope, of crafting scenes that will leave people cringing or peeking from behind their fingers....

Humans of PCEP: Rishi Mahesh does it all

Rachel Quigley, Staff Writer

December 21, 2016


Filed under Features

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, National Honor Society (NHS) and Spanish Honor Society. Not only is he a member of these groups,...

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