Editorial

AP Exams: The Money Game

By James Grossmann and Ben Black The College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) program serves as a program of interest to high school students looking for an opportunity to get ahead in their education and build strong college applications. The College…

CSA’s and What They Mean

By Olivia Richie Common Summative Assessments (CSA) started on the state level, these essentially are smaller tests used to test students on topics throughout the year. Instead of one huge test like midterms they are smaller tests given each quarter….

Viet Thanh Nguyen Author Review

By Leila Wickliffe    The Sympathizer was the 2015 debut novel from Viet Thanh Nguyen and later won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction as well as other accolades. The premise is that a South Vietnamese army captain is leaving on…

Students Share Suggested Changes for PVHS

By Rachel Bacchus    With the school year soon ending, it is important to think over what would improve the next year. Learning what students want within the school can help improve morale and make the next school year even…

Teachers’ and Students’ Reactions to New Interactive TVs

By Jasmine Pacheco The education system has changed over time and with changes come contradicting viewpoints on what is seen as progression and what may be seen as pointless additions to the world of schooling. Over the past centuries, chalkboards…

Students Share Experiences Working at Publix Part-time

By Rachel Bacchus    High school is the time when most teenagers start to try entering the adult world by learning to drive, preparing for college, and a multitude of other things. However, none are quite as essential to growing…

Rachel Bacchus Appraises the Expansion of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

By Rachel Bacchus   With the latest move from Marvel Studios, Eternals, being released in less than a week, and the highly anticipated Spider-Man: No Way Home being set to release this coming December, it may be time to look…

The Four Winds Review

By Rachel Bacchus The Four Winds is a historical fiction novel that takes place during the time period of The Dust Bowl and The Great Depression. Kristin Hannah, the author, had wrote the story during the early months of the…

Rachel Bacchus Reviews Marvel’s Shang-Chi

By Rachel Bacchus   When I first decided to review Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, I had made that decision off the grounds that the movie didn’t seem as if it was receiving much attention. I…

Certified Lover Boy Review

  In the crucial days following the release of Kanye West’s long-awaited album, Donda, hip-hop lovers world-wide grew impatient, anticipating the drop of Drake’s statement album, Certified Lover Boy. Through the months leading up to the releases, the two rap superstars indulged in an ongoing beef over social media and in a multitude of music…