Month: November 2020

Pasta secrets for the common cook

Though Thanksgiving is usually known for turkey and potatoes, you might want to give the world of pasta a try during the break, using Elliot’s tips. Happy Thanksgiving from The Tiburon! By: Elliot Kantor Although pasta is often the first…

This Week in History 11/23-11/30

November 23, 1887– the actor who played Frankenstein, Boris Karloff, was born in London. November 24, 1859– Charles Darwin’s book On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection was first published. November 26, 1703– a “Great Storm” lasting…

How to know if you are ethically sourcing

By: Emily Charles In the western world, there seems to be an endless amount of material goods pouring into stores at a constant rate. But while shoppers view clothing and household appliances from the shelves of department stores, a staggering…

PVHS Film Festival!

By: Avery Dasher Deadline: March 1st must be under fifteen minutes See Mr Nettle for questions    During quarantine many found themselves spending hours watching countless movies and binging whole T.V. seasons in the short span of three days. This…

What words were invented on your birth year?

According to Merriam-Webster, these words became official in the following years. By: Josh Sanchez   2002 Parkour – the sport of traversing environmental obstacles by running, climbing, or leaping rapidly and efficiently Norovirus – any genus of small, round, single-stranded…

How real are TV teens?

By: Aidan West    The media is an important part of how we view the world as a society and due to an obsession with teen culture, more shows are being created that try to portray the struggles of young…

This Week in History 11/1- 11/7

November 1, 79- The city of Pompeii is buried by an eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. The eruption killed nearly 2000 people and left the city in ruins. November 2, 1889- North and South Dakota become US states. Originally, it was…