The Rivalry is Back Home

  It’s the game that everyone anticipates, and it’s when the tension is so tangible that you could cut it with a knife. You get out with people you know, and you go crazy for you own team. When asked about plans prior to the game, there were several options offered. “I’m not sure, I’ll probably go eat first,” said Laylani Gonzalez (freshman). This is a popular option, because you wouldn’t...
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A Royal Uproar

At Park Hill South, we will be hosting a musical called The King and I. Auditions were the week of August 31st for a total of four days to take the part you desire. Many days of hard work and dedication, these drama students memorized parts and lyrics to get their dream part. Long work nights after school were filled with singing and dancing until exhaustion. Students who have been active in the...
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Remembrance

On September 11, 2001, four planes were hijacked by militants from Al-Qaeda. Two of these planes were sent flying into the two towers of the World Trade Center. One went into the Pentagon, and the final plane was ended up flying into an open field. It’s been 14 years since that day. It affected families such as Allie Keschinger’s (sophomore), “I remember my mom crying and a lot of phones ringing...
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Speed Trap Ahead!

The Riverside Police are heavily radaring high school students before and after school Picture this… Monday morning you wake up late. You are rushing to get out the front door of your house. On your way to school you go slightly over the speed limit so you can make it on time to your first block class. Your nerves start to settle because you are almost to school and you have just enough time to...
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America’s Heros

The holiday held on the anniversary of World War 1 to honor soldiers is commonly known as Veteran’s Day


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