A Closer Look Into The Fire

A Closer Look Into The Fire

Kriti Dhaduvai, Features Editor & Puzzle Master November 21, 2023

On Aug. 8, the island state of Hawaii was hit by a dangerous wildfire that killed over 90 people and left a once beautiful, thriving town into a desolate, ghost-town. The wildfires occurred on the island...

Journalism teacher Christine Stricker poses with Brie Williams (12), Maya Sagett (12), Alyssa Davis (12), Avery Adams (11) and Sasha Smith (11) for a picture in Boston.

A Reason To Keep Writing

Sasha Smith, Staff Reporter November 21, 2023

Ever sat in a class and just wanted to go home? Your foot starts tapping impatiently. The minutes started feeling like hours. All you can think is “When is this class going to be over.”  I’ve felt...

Students lined up for a teachers help while another teacher sits in the hallway.

A Student’s Perspective

Gabrielle Williams, Editor-in-Chief November 21, 2023

Parkway says they care about their students. They say they value the importance of education. So why does it appear that Parkway is screwing over our educators? Why are they taking away plan time? Why...

Doodle of Shakespeare plays fighting in a boxing ring.

Shakespeare Showdown

Gabrielle Williams, Editor-in-Chief November 21, 2023

At Parkway Central, most students on the AP English track read three Shakespeare plays in their high school career. “Romeo and Juliet,” “Macbeth”and “Othello.” A lot of students leave high...

Senior Olivia Rogers wears a shirt purchased from Depop and
pants from Poshmark. Photo by Gabrielle Williams

Cycling Clothing on Apps

Gabrielle Williams, Editor-in-Chief October 6, 2023

Over the last couple of years, the popularity of thrifting clothes has skyrocketed.  Among our generation, thrifting has evolved from just a task to find clothing to its own form of a social activity....

Parkway Central High School students watch the Parkway Step Team perform at the pep rally on Sept. 22. Photo by Gabrielle Williams

Capturing a Love of Film

Gabrielle Williams, Editor-in-Chief October 6, 2023

Film photography is an art form that vastly contrasts our social media-filled world today. Everyone is guilty of taking tons of photos on their phone in hopes of capturing one perfect shot. Our particular...

Junior Landon Chen runs at the Parkway Quad cross country meet on Aug. 28

Psychology of Our Editors

Alyssa Weisenberg, Photo Editor October 4, 2023

Photo Editor Alyssa Weisenberg What’s your favorite part about being on the newspaper? My favorite part about being on newspaper is spending time with the amazing staff and working in the fun environment...

Infographic by Maya Sagett.

Manifesting Mindfulness

Maya Sagett, Managing/Copy Editor October 4, 2023

As much as we like to think we have everything under control at all times, high school is a place where people’s stress thresholds begin to break. And that’s when the control starts to crumble, and...

Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Apply Yourself: College Edition

Maya Sagett, Managing /Copy Editor October 4, 2023

The Common App. The three words that make every senior's heart race this time of year, and maybe even compel them to run out of the room. We all know that Nov. 1 is approaching, but that doesn't mean you...

Maya Sagett and Lila Solomon performing in a dance recital in 2010.

The Truth About Sports

Maya Sagett, Features Editor May 12, 2023

To begin, let's preface this discussion with what Google Dictionary defines as a sport: an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others...

Courtesy of Spotify.

Brie’s Top Tracks: April 2023

Gabrielle Williams, Opinion and Entertainment Editor May 12, 2023

One of These Nights - 2013 Remaster (Eagles) There’s nothing like a groovy ballad from an iconic 1970s rock band. I don’t care what anyone says, as long as this song exists Disco will never...

Coach Banta coaches girls track and field after school.

Keep Trying, Keep Failing

Esther Wang, Staff Writer May 12, 2023

I didn't know what “freshmen” meant until the very end of eighth grade, and I clearly didn’t know what I wanted to do in my “freshmen” year. So, my first year in high school was more like attending...

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