Articles by Megan Bryan

Baseball continues their NCS run

Baseball continues their NCS run

May 23, 2017 | in Baseball

As the school year comes to a close, so does the baseball team’s tumultuous season. “[This season’s] probably not what we expected.  I think having a younger team, this year we have a lot... Read More

Put the class back into Google Classroom

Put the class back into Google Classroom

March 28, 2017 | in Opinions

Technology is supposed to make our lives easier: phones allow for instant communication, cars create easy transportation and at PHS the introduction of Chromebooks (and digitally based assignments) were supposed to bring similar benefits.... Read More

Equestrians ride through high school with passion

Equestrians ride through high school with passion

March 7, 2017 | in Sports

While most students spend their afternoons doing homework or playing a school sport, some students instead work with 1,000 pound animals,  navigate difficult courses, jump over obstacles, all while trying to maintain their speed... Read More

Let’s rally together to join in on the first night rally

Let’s rally together to join in on the first night rally

February 7, 2017 | in Opinions

Rallies are organized to foster a strong feeling of school spirit from students. They offer a 45 minute-long distraction from classes and everyday life, so in theory they should be welcomed by students, yet... Read More

Student dance choreography takes center stage

Student dance choreography takes center stage

December 21, 2016 | in Arts

The auditorium is quiet save for a few hushed whispers from the wings and the sound of shoes on the stage as dancers prepare for their last run through of the night.  It is... Read More

Life subscription

Life subscription

November 29, 2016 | in A Closer Look

Since 2010, more than 1.37 billion people have created social media accounts and it is predicted that by 2020 another 0.61 billion will create their own, according to Statista. According to a survey done... Read More

AP Art students create pieces for charity

AP Art students create pieces for charity

November 3, 2016 | in Arts

This year the College Board is seeking to combine school and the community that surrounds it.  In the AP Studio Art: 2D Design classes they are doing this by having students incorporate their community... Read More

Krysia Olszewska develops an app for Outside Lands

Krysia Olszewska develops an app for Outside Lands

October 11, 2016 | in Campus

“We were basically living off coffee, like zombies,” senior Krysia Olszewska said. “But that’s what a hackathon is.” Last summer, Olszewska entered a coding competition called Outside Hacks, which was sponsored by the Outside... Read More

There is more to AP’s than weight

There is more to AP’s than weight

September 20, 2016 | in Opinions

Out of the entire student body last year, 502 AP tests were taken by 250 students, averaging out to almost 2 tests per student. Of those 502 tests, 90% of them scored a 3... Read More

Making it hAPPen

Making it hAPPen

May 18, 2016 | in A Closer Look

A person can find someone who lives close to home, and still base their initial relationship on technology, by using dating apps such as Tinder. Anyone 13 and up with a Facebook can use... Read More