Only have $20 dollars in your pocket? Don’t want to spend $50 dollars on a t shirt? Then hit up your local thrift shop. You can find hundreds of great deals and tons of unique finds right in your hometown. Who knows, one of these thrift shops may become your new favorite store! Livingston has quite a few second hand shops such as Thrift Weis, … Continue reading Get your clothing haul without the mall
When wandering the endless aisles of a thrift shop, you may become uninterested by the same well loved plain colored t-shirts and old smelly turtlenecks, but keep searching, for you may just find something unbelievable. There are plenty of cool non-name brand articles of clothing there, but if you look closely you may even find brands anywhere from J.Crew to Coach hidden in the racks. … Continue reading Funky finds- thrift shopping
Aisles dimly lit by fluorescent lights, cluttered shelves, and the mysterious musty smell that all thrift stores seem to have can be off-putting to some people. But to others, they are part of the experience. Thrift shopping is like treasure hunting. The only difference is that you never know what you’re looking for. One man’s trash is literally another man’s treasure. Junior Eva Molina is … Continue reading Students Turned Thrifters
It’s that time of year again, when seniors are starting to receive acceptance letters from colleges. Some seniors applied early to receive their acceptance letters at this time. Austin Parker received an acceptance letter from Montana State University Billings on November 15, 2017. Parker’s going to work for a degree in auto body and collision repair. He chose this college because it offers a … Continue reading Planning for the future begins with acceptance
Model United Nations is a long tradition with advisor Bill Shannon who has been involved for 8 years. Model UN is an educational academic competition where students are able to learn about diplomacy, international relations as well as the United Nations which was started in 1945 by the victorious nations of World War II. The students involved in Model UN work on researching, public speaking, … Continue reading What in the World?
By Lily De Young Geyser Staff Writer Get ready for next year, Rangers, because we have a new VP in town! This year’s student council election for Vice President was important because this year’s VP is next year’s president. The candidates were Buddy Murphy, Clara Jones, Cole Nashan, and Gabe Nohl. During the VP’s campaigns, November 14th, they held an all-school AM assembly where the … Continue reading Park High picks their leader
By Miranda Hard Geyser Staff Writer While the winter season is coming in at full speed and the temperature is dropping fast, the road conditions are not getting any better. With the low temperatures and snow coming in, the highly used streets are clear of snow fairly quickly while the side streets are packed with snow and ice, especially the ones that student drivers use … Continue reading “Tired” of snow yet?
Almost every year Park High gets the opportunity to share our culture with foreign exchange students from around the world. This amazing opportunity has created long lasting friendships and many memorable times. A lot goes into being a foreign exchange student, such as money, time, place to live, and even taking on the task of speaking a different language. This year we got two … Continue reading Welcome those who come from around the globe