A Project for Better Journalism chapter


New Gaming Consoles: November 2020

October 1, 2020 1:53pm | Justin Jacobs

With everyone still in quarantine, stuck at home, and with little to look forward to, the smallest things can be exciting. New video game consoles have come out every 5 to 7 years since 1994 with the original PlayStation. Here we are nearing the end […]

Charli D’Amelio: First Tik Tok Star Featured in Super Bowl Commericial

February 5, 2020 2:48pm | Elizabeth Mende

By Elizabeth Mende, Writer The Super Bowl draws two primary audiences: those who want to watch the football game and those who want to watch the commercials. Super Bowl commercials have long been known to be inspirational, comedic, and celebrity-filled. Charli D’Amelio, who recently rose […]

Mr. Roland: A Hall Favorite

October 25, 2019 12:49pm | Kayla Gregoire and Bridgette Schreiber

Mr. Jonathan Roland, AP Physics, has been a hall favorite for decades.  Mr. Roland has been teaching for 27 years.  His exuberant personality has allowed AP Physics students to enjoy a difficult subject. Roland started teaching at a very young age – on his elementary […]

Hallmark Staff 2019-2020

October 3, 2019 12:43pm | Gabriella Chiericoni

Editors: Editor and Chief: Gabriella Chiericoni, senior.   Returning Staff Writers: Jaheim Clark, junior.   New Staff Writers: Hailey Hopkins, sophomore. Alisha Hancock, senior. Abby Thomas, junior. Fatou Sonko, senior. Kylie McAllilster, junior. Emmett Dolan, sophomore. Kayla Gregoire, junior. Justin Jacobs, junior. Bridgette Schreiber, junior. […]

Class of 2019 Commencement Ceremony: Tomorrow, Towson University

May 31, 2019 6:09pm | Caroline Warms

On Saturday, June 1, the class of 2019 at Perry Hall High School will be graduating at 7pm in the SECU Arena at Towson University. Local dignitaries, as well as administrators, teachers, and staff After four years of hard work and dedication the senior class […]

The Bathroom Bills Are Based Off Of Ignorance

May 6, 2019 3:49pm | Kai Tucker

By: Kai Tucker In the early half of 2017, President Trump and his educational administration ended an Obama-era policy that allowed transgender students to use the bathroom corresponding to their gender identity, which overruled the advising of Trump’s own education secretary. With this decision, Trump […]

Justin Carter: Battle to be the Best

February 14, 2019 3:19pm | Kendall Williams

Kendall Williams, Staff Writer Justin Carter, JV point guard, has been playing basketball for over 10 years. Relentless and eager to be his very best, Carter continues to thrive pushing himself day in and day out on the court. “There’s always joy in the process […]

Jaheim Clark, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018 4:43pm | Gabriella Chiericoni

Junior, staff writer.

Gabby Chiericoni, Editor and Chief

May 3, 2018 4:07pm | gabby chiericoni

Senior Gabby Chiericoni enjoys writing on the staff but when she isn’t writing you can find her watching football or slaving her life away to her homework. PS. it feels very strange to write about yourself.

School Safety

March 14, 2018 3:40pm | Staff Writer

Two days after the mass killing of 17 teachers and students in Parkland, Florida, Delegate Christian Miele held a town hall meeting in the Perry Hall High School cafeteria.  During the two hour town hall, Delegate Miele listened to parents, students, teachers, and community members.  […]