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Splitting Up the Mental Health Community

Cameron Lindsay, Editor-in-Chief

March 20, 2019

Filed under Opinion

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 Dissociative Personality...

What Kind of Gum is Best?

Owen Miller, Staff Writer

March 20, 2019

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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 brain. Short-term memor...

It’s More Than Just a Parking Spot

Lauren Martin, Staff Writer

March 20, 2019

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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 spot if there are 151 or ...

The Newest Form of Addiction

Lauren Martin, Staff Writer

March 20, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Vaping. Such an innocent thing right? How can such a little thing with wonderful flavorers cause harm? According to the website, “Market Watch” in an article titled ‘Millions of teens are Addicted to Vaping, and There’s Nothing Any...

Disney Movies: Original vs. Live Action

Jaden Anochiam, Staff Writer

March 20, 2019

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We all are aware of Disney, especially the animated classics. Although It seems the live action remakes of these movies are starting to take over, I prefer the original Disney movies. Seeing these original Disney films at a youn...

C’s Get Degrees

Jeremy Pascarella and Owen Miller

March 20, 2019

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Constantly throughout high school often a big topic of conversions in lunch rooms and during class, for some their beloved and most prized asset, for others their downfall, your GPA. A students’ grade point matters, in terms...

Tired Teens

Diya Banerjee, Features Editor

March 4, 2019

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In all my years at P-CEP, I could almost guarantee I’ve seen at least one student sleeping at school every day.  Students who go to P-CEP start school at 7:10 A.M. Some of the students have their buses pick them up at 6:10, an ...

Smartphone Addiction: Has it Taken Over?

Emma Bali, News Editor

February 27, 2019

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Smartphone addiction. It’s a thing. Nomophobia is the official name for smartphone addiction - defined as having a fear of not being with your phone. Believe it or not, the average smartphone user checks their device 47 tim...

Students Need Control Over Their Education

Kealani Tapp, Business Manager

February 27, 2019

Filed under Opinion

The public school system is stuck in the past. Many would agree that the school system needs reform; however, change seems unattainable due to the lack of funding for public education. Adjustment will be difficult, but it is no...

Dress Code: Is it Fair?

Sache Krishnaraj, Design Editor

February 27, 2019

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I dealt with a school uniform for the first nine years of my education. It is now in high school that I am given a choice. Wearing uniforms is a controversial topic that many students, teachers, and parents have been debating ...

People Pay Too Much for Cars

Sache Krishnaraj, Design Editor

February 14, 2019

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Would you pay 40 thousand dollars for a car worth just over half that price? Purchases like this happen every day and most people are oblivious to it. Cars that should be purchased at much lower prices are being sold at sky-hi...

Usefulness of Drones

Sache Krishnaraj, Design Editor

February 14, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Drones are a great idea for military and police needs. As you know, many man-hours are wasted patrolling the borders as well as putting border patrol in unsafe situations. If drones are programmed, they can do the same thing and ...

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