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A bee is pollinating a plant.

Don’t be afraid: Bees bring more help than harm

Lilly Betts, Guest Writer April 24, 2022

Sitting in a classroom listening to a lecture or a presentation, there is a tired quiet in the room, a peaceful quiet that is quickly disrupted by a faint but ominous buzzing of a honey bee. It’s...

A Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) weapon is prepared for testing at the Eglin Air Force Armament Center on March 11, 2003. The MOAB is a precision-guided munition weighing 21,500 pounds and will be dropped from a C-130 Hercules aircraft for the test. It will be the largest non-nuclear conventional weapon in existence. The MOAB is an Air Force Research Laboratory technology project that began in fiscal year 2002 and is to be completed this year.

Russia disrupts Iran nuclear talks

Jack Javor, Guest Writer April 22, 2022

The Iran nuclear negotiations were disrupted on Friday, March 11, after Russian negotiators tried to convince the West to lessen the sanctions imposed on Russia due to the invasion of Ukraine in exchange...

U.S. Army Sgt. Bill Stachler throws a smoke grenade to mask his teams movements during a joint operation with the Iraqi police in Baqubah, Iraq, March 31, 2007. The purpose of the operation is to clear houses and palm groves near the Diyala River of any insurgent forces. Stachler is with the 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment.

The invasion of Iraq: Power, profits, death and destruction

RJ Doroshewitz March 20, 2022

The world is a big, scary and confusing place. People have things to do and places to be. We work long hours, struggle to accomplish our goals, and relax on the weekends, often while blissfully ignoring...

Why ‘Living on Your Own’ should be a graduation requirement

Elyse Wiacek, Copy Editor December 14, 2021

Filing taxes, applying for loans, interviewing for a job, investments. Sounds overwhelming, right? The majority of high school students don’t know how to complete these basic life skills on top of others...

The tent used at Plymouth High School homecoming ready to be disassembled post-dance so  P-CEP maintenance could start repairing the damages caused to the field.

Mud, music, management meets wrath of maintenance, administration after 2021 P-CEP homecoming dances

Elizabeth Silva November 1, 2021

Entering the giant, yellow-striped, circus-shaped tent beside the Canton Varsity Field, students were optimistic, looking forward to an unforgettable night with friends by their side at the Plymouth homecoming...

Honor Codes

Sache Krishnaraj, Design Editor May 23, 2019

I, myself, have seen many of my peers cheat on tests and quizzes without a second thought. Because of this, I often wonder how they will fare once they (probably) reach college, where cheating is deemed...

Are Roller Coasters Fun or Frightening?

Lilli Keehn and Amanda Mancuso May 23, 2019

Death Trap: Why Roller Coasters Are the Worst By Amanda Mancuso Staff Writer I was fifteen when I had the absolute worst experience of my life; I went to Cedar Point for the first time. I hated...

Michigan’s Stereotypical Cheerleading ‘Ban’ On Male High School Students

Emma Bali, News Editor May 23, 2019

Since before the start of kindergarten, incoming Plymouth High School freshman Chris Bali has been a gymnast and has taken tumbling classes at Premier Athletics. However, despite the wishes of multiple...

My Body. My Choice.

Madeline Justice , Sports Editor May 23, 2019

The nation is up in arms about new laws being put in place in some states regarding the right to an abortion and, in some cases, birth control in general. Throughout history women have had to fight for...

Splitting Up the Mental Health Community

Cameron Lindsay, Editor-in-Chief March 20, 2019

The “Unbreakable” series is coming out with a new movie called “Glass” to which got me thinking about the movies as a whole. The movies are premised someone who has 24 different personalities called...

What Kind of Gum is Best?

Owen Miller, Staff Writer March 20, 2019

You might be surprised to learn all of the benefits of chewing gum. Gum-chewing has been shown to increase blood flow to the brain by twenty-five to forty percent, allowing for more flow of oxygen to your...

It’s More Than Just a Parking Spot

Lauren Martin, Staff Writer March 20, 2019

Michigan Protection and Advocacy Services INC. says, that for one in every six normal handicap spots, there must be one that is van accessible. However, this means that there will only be a van accessible...

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