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Teens face social stigma

Krissy Brzycki, Page Editor

December 12, 2019

As Halloween approaches, the classic debate over whether or not teenagers should be able to trick-or-treat tends to arise between different generations. Many people say that teens are “too old” to trick-or-treat and that the...

Field trips offer unique learning experiences

Daniel Billheimer, News Reporter

December 12, 2019

At Perry Meridian High School, we do not take enough field trips. In elementary school, we took field trips all the time to a variety of places, including museums, baseball games and the zoo.  During high school, however, I have been on ...

Perry lacks student-death protocol

Editorial Board

November 20, 2019

As is inevitable at a high school with a large student body, students occasionally pass away, whether by illness or violence.  Perry Meridian High School saw the deaths of two students in the last six months. Over the summer...

Online classes provide benefits despite faults

Florence Chapell, Co Managing Editor

November 18, 2019

It is common for students at Perry to take an upcoming course online over the summer as opposed to the traditional way. According to guidance director Bradley Miller, around 800 students choose to take an online course each year.  Taki...

Fast food isn’t easy: Tired worker shares story

Sonia Ventura-Mendoza, Page Editor

November 18, 2019

As most 14 year olds seeking to find a job, I applied to work at McDonalds and got the job. I started off working more hours than most 14 year olds do as my mom had already been working there. I can remember my first experienc...

Difference in diversity leave minority students struggling

Danae Suarez, News Reporter

October 28, 2019

As part of a minority group, I think about things other students normally do not, including the difficulties adjusting to different environments at a young age.  I have attended schools in Perry Township since first grade. I w...

It’s okay not to know

Jaelyn Reynolds, Page Editor

August 28, 2019

Senior year is stressful. I hear it goes by quickly, which I suppose is a relief. It also makes it all the more terrifying. This is it. We all have a choice to make, and little time to do it. Some people have already made it. S...

New Carpet, New Soul: Holes remain in Perry’s security measures

Gabriel Beasley, Page Editor

August 28, 2019

The Perry Meridian High School administrative staff was busy throughout the summer overseeing numerous building renovations. With change in the air, I found myself questioning whether all this physical change was representative...

Falling for fall: the beauty of the season

Diana Pyle, Digital Editor

March 14, 2019

As both the temperature and the leaves fall, students look forward to the sublime scenes of autumn. The crunching leaves, pumpkin flavored drinks, sweaters and fuzzy socks all represent the best season of the year: fall. Ac...

Bees bombard senior patio

Josh Reiter, Sports Writer

January 22, 2019

The bright sun blazing. The buffalo chicken emanates. The patio is filled with hungry students. The four year wait is worth it to experience the outdoor weather while the underclassmen remain in the cafeteria. However, there...

Colin Kaepernick ad: The good, the bad, and the ugly

Madison Pruitt, Sports Writer

January 22, 2019

The biggest apparel company world wide. The starring sport of the most watched television broadcast in history. Controversy defined in a set of ads. Colin Kaepernick, once a well known quarterback in the NFL, now becomes an outcast...

Zombie virus outbreak leaves students to rot

Sasha Sears, Feature Writer

January 22, 2019

The forecast of the undead epidemic began at the reported time of 7:10 in the morning. The initial zombie, whom a car rider mistakenly recognized as one of their friends, wandered into Perry Meridian High School’s lot before...

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