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Blood, sweat, and 8-ball pool

Conner Riedel, Reporter

December 20, 2016


Filed under Features

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 a great outlet for me and my friends to play a relaxing game when we aren't together.” This...

“Doctor Strange” Full Movie Review

“Doctor Strange” Full Movie Review

Jacob Miller, Reporter

December 20, 2016


Filed under Reviews

“Doctor Strange” is a revelation for Marvel. After three movie phases within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel has chosen a hero whose roots lack the usual superhero clichés. The character of Doctor Strange embodies a world of magic that opposes the scientifically oriented world of rich geniuses,...

Listen Up #4

Colby Johnson, Reporter

December 20, 2016


Filed under Columns

Nov. 25 saw the release of The Weeknd’s new album “Starboy.” As of now, all 18 tracks on the album are charting hits. Some of the most popular songs on the album are “Six Feet Under,” “I Feel it Coming,” featuring Daft Punk and, of course, “Starboy.” Childish Gambino dropped his...

Counselors at the Park

Counselors at the Park

Megan Pham, Reporter

December 19, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

“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 doorway to rush past on the way to class, but in reality, the people inside those doors play...

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

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

Laura Westcott, Features Editor

December 15, 2016


Filed under Features

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 of heart. In nine loosely connected stories, each with a likely or completely unlikely pair at ...

The Secret of Cherry Hill Village (Part 2)

Haaniya Mallick, Reporter

December 7, 2016


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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 that was originally part of the Ford factory. Ford built this building as a dormitory for the veterans,...

Thanks, Food, and A Lot of Calories

Conner Reidel, Reporter

November 22, 2016


Filed under Columns

Thanksgiving is full of thanks, delicious food, lots of calories and popped pant buttons. There are many ways that students can have a healthier Thanksgiving this year. On the morning of Thanksgiving, students should eat breakfast. Many students avoid eating breakfast in order to save up their calories...

Conspiracy Theory: Denver Airport Hosts Illuminati

Chloe Barbosa, Deputy News Editor

November 22, 2016


Filed under Conspiracies

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 to the New World Order, or the Illuminati. The first piece odd thing about the airport is the giant...

Listen Up #2

Colby Johnson, Copy Editor

November 22, 2016


Filed under Columns

On Thursday, Julie Byrne released a new single entitled “Natural Blue,” a beautifully written artistic piece with calming instrumentals, brought together by Byrne’s deep voice. In “Natural Blue,” Byrne sings of small towns and endless fields in the south, all under a cloudless blue sky....

Modern Renaissance Palette Lives Up To Expectations

Rachel Quigley, Reporter

November 16, 2016


Filed under Columns

In the makeup world, the most popular shades for this fall are dark red, orange and olive green. While the Modern Renaissance palette by Anastasia Beverly Hills doesn’t offer any green shades, the fiery berry and neutral tones that it possesses are more than enough. The palette was sold out for...

Listen Up-Weekly Music Update

Colby Johnson, Copy Editor

November 16, 2016


Filed under Columns

This week saw the release of A Tribe Called Quest’s sixth and reportedly last album entitled “We Got It From Here.” This album features all four original members as well as a plethora of guests including Kanye West and Jack White. Late September gave way to Bon Iver’s newest album -the first...

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

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

Laura Westcott, Features Editor

November 16, 2016


Filed under Features

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 written by Noel Coward, novelist Charles Condomine (Dalton Barthold, Canton sophomore) invites Medi...

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