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90’s Yearbook Quotes

March 13, 2019 4:08pm | Kendra Stephen, Brynn Walper

1. “The track team threw me out of the team room in my turquoise underwear in front of the girl’s lacrosse team.” – Joe Arciaga Apparently, friends purposefully embarrassing you in front of other people crosses generations. More often than not, you’re subjected to a […]

Beauty and the Beast – Preview of the Musical

March 1, 2019 6:18pm | Kayla Gregorie, Emmett Dolan, Bridgette Schrieber, Justin Jacobs, and Tatyanna Alger

By: Kayla Gregorie, Emmett Dolan, Bridgette Schrieber, Justin Jacobs, and Tatyanna Alger On Wednesday, February 27th, multiple PH feeder schools were invited to preview the PH Theater Department’s production of “Beauty and the Beast.”  This preview was in preparation for the weekend performances: March 1st […]

Traditions Of Thanksgiving

November 14, 2018 5:32pm | Jada Ayd

November is fast approaching and with it, Thanksgiving. We tend to think Thanksgiving is a strictly American celebration of eating Turkey and watching football, but in truth, cultures all around the world celebrate the harvest in many ways. Colorful clothes, festivals, events and feast are […]

Campbell Personality Profile/Interview

November 14, 2018 5:04pm | Kendra Stephen

Get to know the new college counselor through this handy little interview!   What made you decide to come to Perry Hall? I was at Dumbarton Middle school for twenty-one years and I used to work with Mr. Ferenschak, who’s the department chair here at […]

You Might Have Senioritis…

April 25, 2018 3:11pm | Lindsey Burr, Features Editor

1. You’re late almost every day. Many students have this problem no matter what grade they are in. Maybe they don’t hear their alarm, or they don’t have a bus or can’t drive yet, but being late as a senior is a whole different thing. […]

It’s (Not) All In Your Head

March 14, 2018 3:46pm | Kendra Stephen, Staff Writer

When it comes to mental health, we as a society have failed. We ostracize those with mental illnesses, making them feel like they’re abnormal for something they have no control over. This is unacceptable. It is our responsibility to break the stigma around mental health […]

School Walkout for Gun Violence

March 14, 2018 3:43pm | Kendra Stephen, Staff Writer

Are you interested in the March 14th or the April 20th School Walk Out?   Do you know what you’re walking out for?   Would you like to have more in depth information?   March 14th – #ENOUGH Starting at 10:00 a.m., students will leave […]

She Must Be On Her Period!

March 14, 2018 3:38pm | Gabriella Chiericoni, Staff Writer

Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with being a girl. As much as I dislike dealing with certain aspects of being a female (cough, menstrual cycles) I’m able to find the light in the darkness because without them life would not exist. Having […]

A Blunt Review of the High Rate of Marijuana Usage

March 14, 2018 3:36pm | Natalie Sturm, Layout Editor

We’ve all walked through the hallways and gotten a good whiff of weed. For those who were as innocent as I was when I first walked into Perry Hall as a freshman and didn’t know what that foul smell was, it’s a joint smell between […]


March 14, 2018 3:32pm | Maddie King, Staff Writer

According to a study from the Cyberbullying Research Center, around 34 percent of teenagers have been found to be victims of cyber bullying. The i-SAFE foundation equates that to 1 in 3 teens. According to these statistics, there’s at least one person in three students […]