Editorials

Farewell from TPH staff of 2013

Farewell from TPH staff of 2013

by | May 13, 2013

Dear readers, We hope you are enjoying the last issue edited by the Class of 2013 Editorial Board. Deemed by ourselves as the greatest Editorial Board in the history of PHS, we ask you... Read More

The reason behind TPH’s declassified school survival guide

by | January 29, 2013

The freshman, sophomore, and junior classes are in the course selection process for the 2013-14 school year, which inspired the editorial board to reflect on our underclassmen years and the unknowns that came along... Read More

Teachers should not be afraid to talk about religion

by | January 7, 2013

PHS prides itself in giving a comprehensive education to every student, but there is a missing focus on learning about religion. Understanding religion is important because it opens up room for discussion between people... Read More

Coaches should encourage respect on, off the field

by | November 14, 2012

The student athlete conferences will cover sportsmanship, a virtue that has not been emphasized since peewee soccer. These meetings will be effective for the beginning of the season, but at the high school level,... Read More

TPH shares student voice, administrative side of FSL

TPH shares student voice, administrative side of FSL

by | October 30, 2012

The TPH editorial board has spent the last week gathering information about the Fantasy Slut League from students and administrators in an effort to validate Principal Rich Kitchen’s letter sent out to the parents... Read More

Students should inform themselves on the election

by | October 29, 2012

With the election coming up, there has been a lot of discussion on Facebook and Twitter about which candidate is smarter, which candidate is a better speaker, and even which candidate has a bigger... Read More

Editorial: Students with fake IDs are responsible for themselves

by | October 1, 2012

The editorial board acknowledges that acquiring a fake ID to purchase alcohol is illegal, and we do not support this action. However, we know that students, particularly upperclassmen, will continue to obtain fake IDs.... Read More