Letter to Underclassmen

Letter to Underclassmen

Rebecca Craft, News Editor
October 31, 2013
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Dear Underclassmen, I’ve learned the past three years that it’s much easier to knock down a good GPA than it is to build it up. Even my long forgotten Freshmen and Sophomore years make an impact on my GPA; The same GPA that I’ll be sending to seven universities in hopes that I’m admitted....

Page Remembers Dylan Price

Page Remembers Dylan Price

Rebecca Craft, News Editor
October 11, 2013
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As we mourn the death of one of our own, the Pirate family is brought closer together. Dylan Price was and will remain a Page Pirate. His legacy will be remembered at Page by his student-made memorial in 700 hall, the “art of the day” pictures (now drawn by his fellow 4th period art class students),...

The History of Page Part 2: Our Founding

The History of Page Part 2: Our Founding

William Apple, Student Life Editor
October 9, 2013
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Walter Hines Page High School has long been a flagship of the Guilford County Public School System. We're the number four best school in the state academically. We have some of the best teachers the county has to offer and our sports programs are unrivaled in their tradition and support. However, despite...

Today is the Tomorrow We Worried About Yesterday

Today is the Tomorrow We Worried About Yesterday

Jessica Farrow, Co-Editor in Chief
October 8, 2013
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Everyone says that high school is supposed to be the best years of your life, but what they don’t tell you is that it can also be the most stressful. These four years are when students really start to grasp the concept of time management and how students perform academically really starts to matter....

Why Can’t Underclassmen Leave Campus for Lunch, Too?

Why Can’t Underclassmen Leave Campus for Lunch, Too?

Jessica Farrow, Co-Editor in Chief
September 24, 2013
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We all know that seniors who drive are allowed to leave campus for lunch, but why can’t underclassmen who drive also leave campus? Out of the 375 students who drive, 176 are seniors, 135 are juniors, and 64 are sophomores. Statistics show that more than half of seniors who drive leave campus for lunch....

The History of Page Part 1: Our Namesake, Walter Hines Page

The History of Page Part 1: Our Namesake, Walter Hines Page

Chloe Nichols, Staff Writer
September 20, 2013
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At a basic level, all Page families know our school is the academic, athletic, and cultural figurehead for Guilford County Schools. However, not many know why Page is a football blue blood, why we are the number four best academic school in North Carolina, or why Page was even built in the first place....

Year Two With Mrs.Faison

Year Two With Mrs.Faison

Yancey Murray and Jessica Farrow, Co Editiors In Chief
September 20, 2013
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INTERVIEW WITH MRS. FAISON What do you plan to accomplish this year? We’ve started something called Page non-negotiables. With Page non-negotiables, we hope to increase feedback and incorporate literacy in all we do. That itself is driven by the goal of closing the achievement gap and increa...

Page Varsity Football Players Get Ready for their First Game!

Page Varsity Football Players Get Ready for their First Game!

Yancey Murray, CO Editor In Chief
August 30, 2013
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Attention Pirates! Tonight’s the night our 4-AA Page Pirates take on the 3-AA Northern Nighthawks in a much anticipated game. This budding rivalry emanated from the close proximity of the schools and the fact that we were the last team to beat the Nighthawks this exact game in 2011. Show your support...

Your Voice: Your Dream Career

Jessica Farrow, Deonna Causey, and Tiara Torrence
May 23, 2013
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What is your dream career? Talia Coleman, Sophomore: "My dream career is to be a neo-natal nurse in the NICU."   Timothy Wharton, Junior: "My dream career is to become a professional football player while owning my own sporting goods store."   Cameron Brown, Senior:...

College Schmollege

College Schmollege

Jessica Farrow, Editorials Editor
April 23, 2013
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My mom didn’t go to college and neither did my dad, so why should I? This is the thought that runs through a select number of students’ minds. They’ve grown up in a household where the importance of education is stressed. They’ve watched their mom and/or dad struggle to put food on the table or...

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