Articles by Samantha Fanger

A letter to underclassmen

A letter to underclassmen

November 1, 2016 | in Opinions

For those of you who are tearing your hair out over taking as many weighted classes as possible or juggling a million different extracurriculars at once for the sake of impressing the unknowns who... Read More

Moorhead leaps from the stage to the classroom

Moorhead leaps from the stage to the classroom

October 14, 2016 | in Arts

The lights bore down on the stage as the music thumped happily along and Mother Ginger and the younglings twirled and pranced around the stage. The director of this rendition of “The Nutcracker” chose... Read More

Club days gone by

Club days gone by

September 20, 2016 | in A Closer Look

We all know PHS is not like most other public high schools in size, structure and age. It has a long history with 95 years worth of yearbooks and if you ever take the... Read More

Student body prepares for upcoming ASB elections

Student body prepares for upcoming ASB elections

May 18, 2016 | in News

Associated Student Body (ASB) election week will be held from May 23 to 27. New to this year, each student is allowed to vote for two of the three students running for ASB president.... Read More

The Beast in Beauty

The Beast in Beauty

April 25, 2016 | in A Closer Look

Not eating, taking laxatives, throwing up after every single meal but constantly telling yourself that it will be the last time… until you do it again. Over and over again, cycling endlessly like an... Read More

Men’s lacrosse looks forward after win against Berkeley

Men’s lacrosse looks forward after win against Berkeley

March 29, 2016 | in Web

As the sun set over Witter Field, the field lights buzzed on as the players on the varsity men’s lacrosse teams from PHS and Berkeley High School geared up and prepared to face off.... Read More

New testing center awaits funding to open doors

New testing center awaits funding to open doors

March 28, 2016 | in News

The school is waiting for funding to officially open the new testing center in the library for teachers and students to use when students need to makeup tests. The testing center will be an... Read More

‘The Martian’ fuels community discussions

‘The Martian’ fuels community discussions

March 21, 2016 | in Web

Students held on to their seats as science teachers Tom Huffaker and John Savage prepared to fire their homemade flamethrower the morning before school in the Student Center on Jan. 29. A loud gasp... Read More

Athletes deserve flexibility

Athletes deserve flexibility

February 29, 2016 | in Opinions

Athletes are expected to work, and work hard. Day after day we practice or play games,  lugging two backpacks around, one full of books and the other full of putrid-smelling sports attire that will... Read More

YEDs and Peer Mediators lead and inform

YEDs and Peer Mediators lead and inform

February 3, 2016 | in Campus

It’s a big leap from the days of middle school dances and having an hour of homework a night to rally days and writing the I-search. Fortunately for the soon-to-be high schoolers and underclassmen,... Read More