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Easy, affordable, holiday treats

Jenna Forhan, Staff

December 11, 2018

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With the holidays fast approaching, holiday parties are inevitable. If you are required to bring a dish to pass, try this easy recipe that is also super cheap. Most of the ingredients can be found in the pantry already. Reindeer...

Why bilingual education is important

Evelyn Trumpey, Writer

December 3, 2018

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Hola! Me llamo Evelyn. That's pretty much all I know after taking about 5 years of Spanish that began in elementary school and lasted through middle school. During my 8th grade year I was so excited to fill out my schedule for my freshman year and happily check off the box for French and not Spanish. This is because I was...

Black Friday Steals

Black Friday Steals

December 3, 2018

Student Locker Use

Emily Cline, Writer

December 3, 2018

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All of Pinckney High School’s halls are lined with lockers, but how many students actually use them? When Paige Heaney was asked “Do you use your locker?” She responded, “Yes, I got a lot of crap.” She has used her l...

Parking Passes: No or Go

Emily Cline, Writer

November 20, 2018

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Here at PHS parking passes have always been a controversial topic between students and administrators Parking passes must be purchased for $60, and students must present their license and registration to obtain one. When Mr. Kroll was asked if he thought parking passes were a waste ...

Students against Wi-Fi filters

Kat Mallia, Writer

November 20, 2018

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As a district, Pinckney uses a web filter to protect students from inappropriate websites and apps, but the filter is proving to do more harm than good. “When I was writing my I-search paper, I was watching a video on running一n...

Simple solutions to the locker dilemma

Molly Bolang, Writer

November 20, 2018

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The lockers at the high school are often frowned upon by students. Almost all of the students carry their backpacks to every class; hauling around too much weight on their backs and taking up valuable space in the classroom. For most, this isn’t ...

The Downfall of the Environment

November 20, 2018

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According to the Washington Post, there is going to be more plastic in the ocean than there are fish by 2050. In less than 32 years, our oceans are going to be filled with garbage; and our school is not helping.   Even thou...

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