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Sculpting Up New Art Curriculum

AP Art Introduced To Third Year Students Christy Eliades’s 2nd block art class is working on a unique project. Today, the students are looking through a mirror at their own faces, and drawing themselves with charcoal of various colors. They…

 
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Players Present The Hobbit

This Spring the PG Players are bringing a family favorite to the PGHS stage. The Hobbit started as a 1937 novel by J. R.R. Tolkien and through the decades has grown into a staple of 21st-century American culture with the…

 
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Book Review: Prom

Like most seniors this time of year, I’m spending a lot of my time thinking about prom. Unlike me, Ashley Hannigan, protagonist of Laurie Halse Anderson’s Prom, couldn’t care less about the prom. Ash considers herself a normal kid, the…

 
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Book Review: Struck by Lightning

I’m always wary when a celebrity announces a new way of expressing their talent.  I’ve seen enough weak pop debut albums and overemphasized acting appearances from stars switching mediums that I tend to expect mediocrity when a celebrity’s publicist announces…