How Smart is Being Lazy?

How Smart is Being Lazy?

Deonna Causey, Staff Writer
December 20, 2012
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No matter what your level education is, there are two types of people: people who are smart and strive for success, and people who are smart but don’t try because they’re lazy and not self motivated. Not only are they wasting their intelligence but they’re also ruining their future. Some students...

Your Voice: Holiday Edition

Tiara Torrence, Staff Writer
December 20, 2012
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WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE HOLIDAY MEMORY? AMBER BURNETT, 12th “My favorite memory is when I got nothing for Christmas. I asked my parents why there were no gifts by the fire place. In reply, my parents said this home is a gift, the electricity is a gift, food is a gift, clothes is a gift, your bed...

Rigor in Our Classes

Rigor in Our Classes

Jessica Farrow, Editorials Editor
December 7, 2012
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During the first couple of weeks of school, everything is hectic. Between new students transferring to and from Page, and students switching their schedules, everything can get a little crazy at times. Although there is a time frame in which schedules can be moved around, some students don't realize...

The Pressure Is On

Tiara Torrence, Staff Writer
December 7, 2012
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Pressure here, pressure there, and pressure everywhere! There are many forms of pressure in high school: The pressure of sex, drugs, and even the pressure to succeed. Pressure is all around us; it's just a way of life. Knowing how and when to deal with it is what makes things a little easier. The type...

Friend vs Educator

Friend vs Educator

Tiara Torrence, Staff Writer
November 1, 2012
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Friend or foe! Some may say being close to a teacher is awkward and a little too much. Some may say having a teacher as your friend is lame and overrated. I say that if the friendship is all in good hands, and it helps a student become more productive, and successful in life, then yes, having a teacher...

Large vs Small: Who Learns Better?

Large vs Small: Who Learns Better?

Deonna Causey, Staff Writer
November 1, 2012
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I tend to learn better in a smaller populated class rather than a larger populated class because having fewer students means fewer distractions.  Fewer distractions mean more time to get your work done and move on to the next subject. But let’s get some students’ takes on this matter. Sophomore...

Page Hops on Ship for Late Start Wednesdays

Jessica Farrow, Editorials Editor
October 12, 2012
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Pirates, I'm sure you've noticed that things run a bit differently around here on Wednesdays. Students are not allowed in the building until 8:55 instead of the normal time of 8:40 and the schedule is a bit off kilter. This is because teachers have decided to meet on Wednesday mornings to discuss the...

Your Voice

Rebecca Craft and Sydney Maness
October 5, 2012
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What has been your favorite Spirit Week day at Page since you’ve been here and why? Hedda Kelley, 12th Grade: “Grimsley Grit Day because I have such school spirit, and it’s such a fun way to express our ongoing rivalry with Grimsley.” Eddie Gandia, 11th grade: “College/University day because you get to represent your favorite school that you root ...

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