PHS Journalism

Senior Goodbye: Emi Zeller

Senior Goodbye: Emi Zeller
May 13, 2020

Everyone always tells you that your 4 years in high school will fly by. Well, my freshman, sophomore, and junior year, I did not believe that at all. I felt like I had forever until graduation. Now,...

Senior goodbye: Skyler Hughes

Senior goodbye: Skyler Hughes
May 12, 2020

Thirteen years is all we have as students and four of them are spent in high school. During these four years, we start to discover our identities, but where drama thrives. As a senior, I have learned...

Is free will dead?

Is free will dead?
May 12, 2020

Freedom is one of the most pursued concepts in our world. But, putting aside things like civil liberties and intellectual freedom, I like to take a more philosophical, basic view of freedom, focusing...

Senior Goodbye: Macayla Enman

Senior Goodbye: Macayla Enman
May 12, 2020

Every day the bell rings at three ten, dismissing us for the day. Little did I and many other seniors know the week before spring break was going to be our last day. From the first day I walked into high...

Being confined

Being confined
The harm in stereotyping
May 7, 2020

As a teenager, we feel the need to find a place where we belong. In high school, many of us end up in a group where we can gain memories, friends, and possibly, the stereotypes associated within groups. Stereotyping...

Letter to self: Katie-Bree Hodgson

Letter to self: Katie-Bree Hodgson
April 28, 2020

Dear Katie-Bree, Senior year was something you had dreamed about for a long time. It was the final chapter in being a kid. You were excited and nervous. It was a new school in a new town. The image of...

Senior Spotlight: Macayla Enman

Senior Spotlight: Macayla Enman
April 28, 2020

One of Macayla Enman’s, senior, fondest memories of high school was getting the chance to attend every single football and baseball game. She liked it not only because she got to take pictures and...

Go vegan and save your health, the planet

Go vegan and save your health, the planet
April 21, 2020

In recent years, debate surrounding the merits and faults of various diet choices has grown increasingly contentious, especially in America. In 2018, the United States Department of Agriculture(USDA)...

Social media threatens the essence of our democracy

Social media threatens the essence of our democracy
April 7, 2020

According to data compiled by Statista.com, almost 4 out of 5 Americans use social media in some form. This shouldn’t be surprising, as social media has helped billions connect and share ideas for years...

Make the most of these changing times

Students can find ways to look on the bright side during these changing times.
April 6, 2020

Walking outside at least once during these last couple of weeks, something feels different: the feeling of ‘change.’ Of course, a global health crisis tends to have that kind of effect on a world of...

Swimming worth the effort

Swimming worth the effort
April 2, 2020

As someone who has been swimming since the age of 3 or 4, my relationship with swimming has changed greatly throughout the years. What started out as just a recreational sport, has shaped me into who...

Letter from my future self to my senior self

Jacob Farmer puts himself in the place of his future self to help him out during his last quarter of senior year.
March 30, 2020

Dear Jacob, How are you doing? I hope you aren’t getting too bored sitting at home all day, every single day. I know you are still livid about everything that has happened in the last couple weeks,...

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