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  • Locker clean-out is today, May 22, from 1:43 p.m. to 1:52 p.m.

  • 2/3 hour finals Tues., 4/5 hour finals Wed., 6/7 hour finals Thurs., good luck everyone!

  • Congratulations to the new student body co-presidents Alec Zhou and Sarah Bonnett.

  • Congratulations to the boys' and girls' track teams for placing 3rd at District 2 Championships.

Dying Light review

Dying Light review

Alex Rossi, Staff Writer
March 31, 2016 • 695 views
Filed under arts & entertainment, games

Dying Light is not your ordinary zombie first person shooter. The plot of the game focuses on Kyle Crane, a covert operative for The Global Relief Effort (GRE), who has been sent on a mission to investigate the zombie-infested quarantine zone in the Turkish city of Harran to find documents that we...

Taking a stroll to Bassett Street Brunch Club

Taking a stroll to Bassett Street Brunch Club

Emma Ratliff, Sports Editor/ Staff Writer
March 31, 2016 • 598 views
Filed under columns, food column: emma's eats & kyla's kitchen

All the way in Madison, Wisconsin, Emma and Kyla tried out the local restaurants, and the Bassett Street Brunch Club stood out above the rest.

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Anonymous app Whisper: safe space or cyberbullying?

Anonymous app Whisper: safe space or cyberbullying?

Kathryn Harter, Multimedia Editor
March 29, 2016 • 1,157 views
Filed under news, showcase

Another anonymous outlet for students... is it a force of good or evil this time?

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Dinky data tables

Dinky data tables

Emily Dickson, Conceptual EiC Intern
March 28, 2016 • 908 views
Filed under editorials, showcase

Evidently, Parkway doesn’t see its students like scientists in their science fair. The narrow judging rubric treats science like a one-size-fits-all equation, when in reality, the most successful and ground breaking projects often develop not as rigid experiments, but as ideas, inventions and cumulative research.

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The optimal human diet

The optimal human diet

Samantha Gaddis, Staff Writer
March 28, 2016 • 774 views
Filed under editorials

A lifestyle that feeds the hungry, saves the planet, prevents cancer and saves the lives of 56 billion animals—annually.

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Gallery: Spring pep rally recap

Gallery: Spring pep rally recap

Claire Smout, Staff Writer
March 28, 2016 • 998 views
Filed under photo galleries, photos

10 Cloverfield Lane review

10 Cloverfield Lane review

Grant Aden, Staff Writer
March 28, 2016 • 568 views
Filed under arts & entertainment, movies

The free eternal fear that exists within everyone, the fear of the apocalypse, the fear of losing everyone you love—these things are extremely difficult for movies to capture effectively.

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The intro album review

The intro

With her debut EP titled the intro, Berhe presents four dreamy songs with floating piano and melodic vocals.

Our Rating: 7.5/10

Emily Dickson, Conceptual EiC Intern
March 20, 2016 • 737 views
Filed under arts & entertainment, music

With her debut EP titled the intro, Berhe presents four dreamy songs with floating piano and melodic vocals. Most surprising in Berhe’s work is her ability to match her voice with instrumentals without overpowering, as well as her impressive songwriting skills in general. The structures of all four songs were clean and refined – but particularly “Lost Boy” – was novel enough to peak at 75 on the Billboard Hot 100. Berhe plans to release another album in the spring.

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Guest speaker Timothy Brown visits astronomy classes

Guest speaker Timothy Brown visits astronomy classes

Nell Jaskowiak, Staff Writer
March 20, 2016 • 383 views
Filed under news

On Friday, Mar. 11, a pioneer in the field of helioseismology, the study of the movements of the Sun, Timothy Brown, spoke to Colleen O’Toole’s Astronomy classes. Brown has made numerous contributions to the Kepler telescope. “There are three kinds of astronomers. The people who do theory, they’re al...

Seventeen-year-olds vote in Ohio’s primaries

Seventeen-year-olds vote in Ohio’s primaries

Sydney Kinzy, Features Editor
March 17, 2016 • 787 views
Filed under news

Seventeen-year-olds on the brink of being 18 have begun fighting for their right to vote, and in Ohio, they can now vote in primaries.

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