Don’t Let Relationships Define You

Liza Bobbitt
February 11, 2016
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High school consists of many things: stress, cliques, tests, projects, good days, bad days, and some days in between. High school also consists of something all of us teenagers think matters most: relationships. Teenagers today, such as myself, have experienced heartbreak, drama, and maybe even an unrequited...

Inequality among Sports Teams

Ellis Hunter, Staff Writer
January 28, 2016
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       From my personal stand point, high school sports teams are not equally funded let alone supported. Across the board the high school sports teams vary from football to wrestling. While the football team is very well known and well funded, wrestling along with many other sports, does not get...

Tardy Policy: Is it fair for all students?

Bryant McGowan, Sports Editor
January 12, 2016
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One thing at Page that I have never understood is our tardy policy. I feel as if our policy is only focused on certain students who are consistently late and struggles to apply fairly to the student body as a whole. One example of this is when students are a few seconds late to class and are standing...

Editorial: Giving During The Holidays

Kathleen, Student Life Editor
December 14, 2015
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When I was younger during the holiday season, I remember being so excited to wake up on Christmas morning to gifts that I was given. Since I have gotten older, the meaning of the holidays has changed. In today’s society, people are worried about not being offensive and being politically correct, which...

The Importance of Helping Others

The Importance of Helping Others

Anna Grace Betts, Editor-in-Chief
December 2, 2015
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Do you know that unbeatable feeling of helping someone else for the better? If you don’t, it’s a fulfilling emotion and it makes you feel like a better person. This is a feeling that everyone should feel at least once in their life and there is no better feeling. Recently, I went on a mission trip...

Reliving The Page vs Grimsley Game Day

Reliving The Page vs Grimsley Game Day

Harrison Kiser, Staff Writer
November 3, 2015
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I had a dream that I was running… running to something. It was towards a crowd of people. They had on red and they were screaming “Red Death” over and over. I woke up and it was game day. I had a feeling of excitement in me that made me happy and motivated! Today was the Page vs. Grimsley game,...

Time Management: A Struggle for High Schoolers

Bryant McGowan, Sports Editor
October 30, 2015
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If you’re like the majority of high school students, including myself, you may struggle with balancing your time. Having to deal with deadlines for homework and projects and making sure you’re prepared for tests is enough for most people already. Add in clubs, school sports, and other extracurriculars,...

Page vs. Grimsley on our Home Turf

Page vs. Grimsley on our Home Turf

Ellis Hunter
October 27, 2015
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The Page vs. Grimsley game just took place here at Page for the first time in 56 years. The stands were packed and the excitement was in the air. The boys came out in brand new all-black uniforms to match the students section which was also filled with black. In preparation for this home game there were...

Alma Pinnix Traffic Jam

Alma Pinnix Traffic Jam

Anna Grace Betts, Editor in Chief
October 2, 2015
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Its 8:49 and you’re sitting in traffic on Alma Pinnix. A simple 6 minute car ride turned into a tardy and lunch detention. You thought you had enough time, you even left your house 15 minutes ago but no one will let the buses pull into the bus parking lot, people are stopping in the middle of the road...

Be Politically Aware

Kathleen Rightsell, Student Life Editor
October 2, 2015
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I personally just turned eighteen this summer, and I know of some other people who will be eighteen and able to vote in the next election. This is extremely important and a huge opportunity to have your voice heard and have a say in what is going on within our country. I would like to encourage other...

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