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Battle of the Music

Battle of the Music

Ashley Mason, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Student Life

Students walk down the halls with their headphones on or ear buds in and jamming to whatever playlist they put on. There is music all around us and many platforms to listen from.  A popular debate has recently been put out: Spotify or Apple music? PLHS students explain why they choose music platform they do.  ...

An Incredi-bell Year

An Incredi-bell Year

OPINION BY Alex Manning, Staff Writer

May 10, 2018


Filed under News Briefs, Opinion, Showcase

The confusion everyone felt on the first day of school when they heard the new bell has not completely faded away. It, of course, has caused a few issues throughout the year, but has the change really been all that bad?  The main cause of confusion was the sudden change of the bells from previous years. They came with no announcement, and everyone just had...

Blurred Lines

Blurred Lines

Lily Allpress, Staff Writer

May 4, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Features, Opinion

Some people do daily mediocre tasks without being able to see clearly. Such as showering, swimming, and basically anything that requires glasses to come off. Others wear contacts and can do these things (usually) while being able to see clearly. Depending on a person's eyes, they may only be abl...

Flow Big or Flow Home

Flow Big or Flow Home

Cassie Kessler, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018


Filed under News Briefs, Opinion, Sports

Baseball season is upon us, which means bright lights, over-priced concessions, and dirt being blown in your face or staining your nice white shoes. Players have several different traditions, but perhaps the most noticeable tradition is the hair style known as the "Baseball Flow."  The haircut, or lack thereof, called the "Baseball Flow" is where baseball players grow out their hair long enough for it to be noticed i...

Coffee Showdown

Coffee Showdown

OPINION BY Lissa Lafond, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, News Briefs, Opinion, Showcase, Student Life

Ladies and gents welcome to the PlPulse's Coffee Showdown! In this corner we have this years scepter member and staff writer - Lissa Lafond! And you know him from the videos, give it up for the titan of tech - Trevor Lewis! Lets get ready to rumble! When you think of the most delicious and easy to ac...

A Proposal to End Prom Proposals

A Proposal to End Prom Proposals

OPINION BY Kaylen Maltais, Assistant Editor-In-Chief of PLPulse

March 8, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, News Briefs, Opinion, Showcase, Student Life

Five ping pong balls, five clay pigeons, five chocolate bars, five balloons, and five giant posters. What do these all have in common? One question: Prom?  With the annual junior and senior prom just around the corner, our hallways, driveways, cafeteria, and social media timelines will soon be litter...

Top Ten Olympic Moments

Top Ten Olympic Moments

March 1, 2018


Filed under News Briefs, Opinion, Sports Showcase, Uncategorized

From a shirtless athlete in the freezing cold to intense rivalries, here are ten of many wild moments from the Winter Games

Review: ‘Cinder’ provides a fun, futuristic twist on an old favorite

Review: ‘Cinder’ provides a fun, futuristic twist on an old favorite

Lily Allpress, Staff Writer

February 27, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Features, News Briefs, Opinion, Showcase

A twisted version of the fairy-tale, Cinderella, may soon be taking over your world, as it did mine. Marissa Meyer's novel, "Cinder," transports you into the city life of New-Beijing. Cinder, the main character, is a mechanic who works in the center of the city to support her step-mother and sisters....

Speak Up

Editorial

February 24, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Count the tiles. One. Count the tiles. Two. Count the tiles. Three. Count the tiles…but do not let anyone see you counting. They cannot know. The teacher can’t know. The other kids, they cannot know. Focus on the homework. The teacher is lecturing, you need to pay attention. You failed the last test...

Bubbles, Suds, and Poison Control?

Bubbles, Suds, and Poison Control?

OPINION BY Chloe Grimm, Entertainment Editor

February 6, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, News Briefs, Opinion, Showcase, Student Life

Every other week there seems to be a new "challenge" that takes social media by storm, and by now we should know how influential it can be when encouraging others to partake in these challenges.   Some challenges are used as a platform for promoting awareness, or raising money for a cause, like the ALS Ice Bucket challenge. Many are ...

Mental Illness in Media

Mental Illness in Media

OPINION BY: Alyssa Foral / CARTOON BY: Alexa Busby

January 31, 2018


Filed under News Briefs, Opinion, Showcase

The image of a bird by the ocean waves, the bird stands in the sand with one twiggy leg stretched towards the waves which are labelled 'suicide,' and the bird is labelled 'me.' A harmless meme, but this picture says so much more below the surface.   This generation on social media posts memes and makes jokes about thoughts of suicide, depression, bipolar disorder and anxiety. We all sc...

Adopt Don’t Shop

Adopt Don’t Shop

Lily Allpress, Staff Writer

January 24, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Features, News Briefs, Opinion, Showcase

Adopt Don't Shop is a slogan that has been making its way across the world for a while. Basically, people who support this believe that people should adopt pets instead of buying them from breeders. After reading my fair share of articles with and against adopting, I've come to the conclusion that ...

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