Bringing History to the Stage

Pamphlets handed out at the show features access to a downloaded app to watch the lyrics during the show.

Ashley Mason, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

October 16, 2019

Hamilton, a multi-nominated, Broadway musical, traveled to Omaha at the Orpheum Theater to perform as part of their Phillips tour. Many students at PLHS attended the showing. As the showing came to an end, it left many with a remark about history.  Senior Kayla Wolfsbauer, went to one of the sho...

The Chill Zone Ep. 1 Nate Brown

The Chill Zone Ep. 1 Nate Brown

Owen Sumter and Vincent Lin

October 15, 2019

This week's episode features Nate Brown and discusses the drama department, the fall play, and mishaps of Mamma Mia. Tickets: Nate Brown: _nate.brown on Instagram Contact us with any suggestions: Owen Sumter: [email protected] Vincent Lin: [email protected]

Football Slideshow

PLHS Varsity football team runs out on the field at the beginning of the Bellevue East football game.

Tatum Jorgensen, Entertainment Editor

October 14, 2019

New Year, New Faces

The four new cheer coaches prepare for day one of cheer camp, 2019.

Kenzie Ward, Photography Editor

October 7, 2019

As the new school year begins, the building sees new faces not only with the freshmen class, but as well as incoming teachers and coaches. While many students say their goodbye’s to staff leaving, they welcome the incoming staff to fill the previous positions.  This past summer, Libby Blanke was hir...

Summer Job Horror Stories

Carlson celebrates with Emily Waldman, the girl she nannies, after a soccer victory.

Kenzie Ward, Photography Editor

September 27, 2019

Road trips, lake days, and late nights out are the typical summer plans for most teenagers. Although high school students only have a few more summers to enjoy, sooner or later applying for jobs and being employed will also be a part of their summer plans, even if the job they have makes for the strangest...

Art teacher and Linemen coach

Art teacher and Linemen coach

Jackson Vetter, Staff Writer

September 25, 2019

Shawn Blevins is a lineman coach for the football team at Papillion-La Vista high school. He also teaches art at the high school and has brought his talents and traits of creativity to the students and staff. He has been at Papillion-La Vista for four years and taught at Westside for 17.

New JV Tennis Coach

Sean Clerc and Kerry Lampe showing their tennis pride!

Ellie Beiser, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

Every athlete is partial to their sport, whether the persuader is the way a bat feels in their hands or the thrill of watching a golf ball slice through the air. Perhaps, it’s the stamina needed for running or the Friday night lights illuminating the field. Fall sports like these create major ela...

Moving Forward

Moving Forward

Lucas Neill, Editor-in-Cheif

September 16, 2019

Senior Cael Hospodka like many students at Monarch High participates in the Metro programs that is only available to them as a high school senior. Although some classes are little tougher there is some perks that involve having triple early release.  This is Hospodka's first year being involved in Metro pro...

Party in the USA

Papillion LaVista student section rallies together during the annual maroon and white scrimmage

Makenzy Povich, Pulse Writer

September 12, 2019

From each game day theme, varying from maroon, whiteout, Hawaiian, USA, and jersey, the student body comes together as one. Each school has their own traditions and at PLHS there is a tradition to be outgoing even if you don’t feel comfortable. At each game, the students have pride and come together to s...

Oop, There’s a VSCO Girl!

A basic VSCO girl trend is having a Hydro Flask with stickers, hair ties and friendship bracelets attached.

Tatum Jorgensen, Entertainment Editor

September 11, 2019

A whole new generation of basic trends worn by basic girls is among us. These girls are called VSCO girls, based off the photo editing app, VSCO, similar to the Tumblr girls of 2019.  These girls are seen wearing oversized shirts with shorts, Crocs or Birkenstocks, scrunchies, puka shell necklaces and anklets from ...

An Experience to Cross Oceans For

Catherine Boatwright, Feature Editor

September 9, 2019

A person builds their life for 17 years. They leave this life for 10 months and build it in another country. Only to leave it forever after those 10 months are up. This experience may seem doleful, but the student exchange program can be considered exciting and informative. Every year at PLHS there...

Securing The Crown

Officer Adam Boehmer poses outside his home before starting his first day as SRO.

Ashley Mason, Assistant Editor in Chief

September 6, 2019

Being the new guy in school is not always easy, especially being the new school resource officer for a high school. Officer Adam Boehmer takes his job from patrolling the streets to patrolling the hallways at PLHS.   Boehmer spends his weekdays from 8am to 4pm securing our school and helping student...

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