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A Students Guide To the Media Center

A Student’s Guide To the Media Center

Cassie Santella, Staff Reporter January 31, 2022

PHU’s media center has opened its doors to a new and improved space. Students are free to check out the new additions and see what decisions were made with the remodel. Come visit during lunchtime...

The seniors make a circle to get excited for the game, ready to win it!

Going Head-to-Head in Flag Football

Allyson May, Editor in Chief December 17, 2021

As the fog submerged from the ground Tuesday evening of the powderpuff game, each grade level played against each other to see who would win this year’s homecoming flag football game.  The first...

Senior Ad Deadline for the 2022 Aftermath Yearbook is December 17!

December 3, 2021

The Senior Ad Deadline for the 2022 Aftermath Yearbook is December 17! Go to https://yearbookforever.com/ today to order your ad!

Buy your Yearbook – Deadline ends soon!

November 4, 2021

2022 Aftermath Yearbooks are on sale! Deadline to pre-order your yearbook is January 28th Click here to buy a yearbook!

Candy, Costumes, Crime

Candy, Costumes, Crime

Beatrice Shen, Staff Writer October 27, 2021

With the nearing of Halloween, everyone is getting ready for their favorite chocolate-y treats, scary decorations, fun costumes, and … crime? It has long been wondered by the public whether criminal...

Covid 19 Vaccine

Tianna Lamando and Olivia Osborne May 11, 2021

The vaccine for Covid-19 has been something that was long awaited throughout 2020. Now that we are in 2021, we are now starting to test out the vaccine to see if it’s useful.  There has been a big...

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How One Man Helped Hundreds of Muslim Families

Cassie Santella, Staff Reporter May 11, 2021

Hashem Ahmad Alshilleh was a man who lived in southern California and dedicated his life to helping others. Alshilleh helped bury hundreds of South Californian Muslims free of charge. He passed away...

How Did Quarantine Affect Students?

Tianna Lamando and Olivia Osborne October 19, 2020

Quarantine ended up being a lot longer than expected. This caused people to take up new hobbies and drop their old ones for the new shift of the world. Being trapped inside for so long had students...

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Berlinale Breaks Gender Binary

Cassie Santella, Staff Reporter September 21, 2020

The Berlinale, one of the largest film festivals in the world, has reorganized and renamed their awards for the 2021 festival to be gender neutral. The Berlin International Film Festival, often referred...

How Long Will Schools Stay Open?

John Bumgarner, Staff Reporter September 10, 2020

That is a question that is on every teacher, student, and parent’s mind with the beginning of the school year. With the virus looming as an ever-present threat whenever their children go outside,...

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