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  • If you are volunteering for Special Olympics, make sure to pay your $20 to the school store by tomorrow to participate.

  • The American Mathematics Contest will be held on Feb. 7. If you are interested, pay $5 to the bookstore by Dec. 7 to participate.

  • Items in the lost and found will be donated on Nov. 20. Stop by before Tuesday to claim your items!

Feminist Club sells pins and keychains to benefit the Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Program

Feminist Club sells pins and keychains to benefit the Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Program

Carly Anderson, Copy Editor

November 16, 2018


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Having spent the past two weeks cutting, creating and preparing pins and keychains to sell, Feminist Club debuted their craftsmanship Nov. 12 as a fundraiser for the Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Program (IRWP). “We used to sell candy canes and candy cane grams, but we couldn’t do that this year be...

Girls cross country follows birthday traditions

Girls cross country follows birthday traditions

Anna Pavlisin, Staff Writer

November 13, 2018


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Lining up 500 varying sized cups of water, the girls cross country team prepared for coach Charlie Cutelli's belated surprise birthday celebration. Rather than decorating his room on his birthday Oct. 11, the team waited four days to reveal their surprise. “[The team was] originally going to dec...

Senior students add to the youth voter surge in the 2018 midterm election

Senior students add to the youth voter surge in the 2018 midterm election

Maria Newton, Features Editor

November 8, 2018


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The number of early voters aged 18-29 is up 188 percent from the 2014 midterms. Twenty-two million more voters showed up to the 2018 ballots than the 2014 midterms in the record-breaking turnout; it was the first time the number has ever exceeded 100 million with 49 percent of the voting population pa...

Girls cross country team poised to podium at state

Girls cross country team poised to podium at state

Maria Newton, Features Editor

November 1, 2018


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The varsity girls cross country team is preparing for their state meet Oct. 3. Sophomore Leah Selm, junior Emma Caplinger and seniors Natalie Butler, Chloe Hershenow and Claire Smout are returning members of the state qualifying team. Other members include freshman Kate Yates and sophomore Emily Sipp....

Jewish Student Union strives to create a welcoming community

Jewish Student Union strives to create a welcoming community

Susie Seidel, Staff Writer

November 1, 2018


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With goals to create a safe place for students of all different religions and cultural backgrounds, the Jewish Student Union (JSU) was started this year. The formation of JSU was initially implemented by senior Lexi Bratton, following growth in her own faith over the summer. “I went to Israel this s...

The role of a third party in modern America

The role of a third party in modern America

Zaven Nalbandian, Staff Writer

October 25, 2018


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Since 1948, no declared presidential candidate from a third party has received a single electoral vote in the electoral college. At the Parkway School District Student-Sponsored Candidate Forum, Libertarian Candidate Larry Kirk sat alongside Democratic Candidate Cort VanOstran, stating his opinions and shar...

Students take charge in Student-Sponsored Candidate Forum

Students take charge in Student-Sponsored Candidate Forum

Carly Anderson, Copy Editor

October 22, 2018


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With nearly three months of planning behind them, students involved in organizing and executing the Parkway Student-Sponsored Candidate forum have put together a meeting for Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. in the Parkway Central High School theatre. “This is a student-sponsored forum, so we want the focus to be...

Students start Asian Appreciation Association to spread awareness for the Asian culture

Students start Asian Appreciation Association to spread awareness for the Asian culture

Peyton Gaskill, Staff Writer

October 19, 2018


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The Asian Appreciation Association brings together a group of students every other Wednesday to celebrate Asian food, holidays and culture. Founded by seniors Sianna Xu, Vannia Ung and Maddie Cooke, the club was created after they were inspired by a recent cultural trend to celebrate their Asian roots....

Parkway implements new check-in protocol in effort to keep students safe

Parkway implements new check-in protocol in effort to keep students safe

Lydia Roseman, News Editor

October 15, 2018


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While waiting for the vote for Prop S on the November ballot, administration has incorporated new security measures that run background checks on every visitor that enters the building. “It used to be that you just signed in and we knew your name, but we didn’t know who you were or if you were a ...

Junior Matthew Hopper honors Brynn Haun through Eagle Scout project

Junior Matthew Hopper honors Brynn Haun through Eagle Scout project

Tyler Kinzy, Sports Editor

October 10, 2018


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Junior Matthew Hopper paid tribute to his late friend he knew since elementary school by constructing a bench outside the tennis courts in Brynn Haun’s memory. As Hopper searched for potential Eagle Scout Service Project ideas, tennis coach Katelyn McCreary approached him last spring to gauge his interest in dedicating a...

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