Net Neutrality: an ongoing fight for open internet

Internet: we all use it and we all pay for it, but now we might be getting charged even more to simply access the sites we use most. Net neutrality was repealed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) -which regulates communication networks across the US such as cable, satellite and wire television, along with the radio and the internet- and the new FCC chairman Ajit … Continue reading Net Neutrality: an ongoing fight for open internet

Trump’s first year in office yields historic change

Corbin Simmons Geyser Staff Writer In the year of 2017 Donald J Trump was sworn into office as the 45th President of the United States of America. With the passage of his new GOP tax bill two weeks ago, Donald Trump and his administration has made 81 extreme achievements in his first year in office, which is fulfilling his campaign promises to all his people … Continue reading Trump’s first year in office yields historic change

New athletic advisory council aims to boost school spirit

At Park High, the phrase “changing our culture” often seems to be thrown around when discussing our sports teams. While each sport has their own way of improving their teams, the Athletic Advisory Council is working with all athletes to help improve athletics at Park High. Athletic Director Regina Wood says the purpose of this group is “to let students have a voice and bring … Continue reading New athletic advisory council aims to boost school spirit

In the season of giving, a photo is a great gift

During the holiday season many people purchase family photos to commemorate this time of year and the joy it brings. Some people may not be able to afford these expensive services; all of the aspects that go into a family photo are surprisingly expensive. There is a non-profit organization that can help you on that front, Help-Portrait. A few students and staff at Park High … Continue reading In the season of giving, a photo is a great gift

Park BPA hosts regionals for the first time since 2013

If you haven’t heard yet, BPA, or Business Professionals of America, at Park High are kicking it off this year at Regionals, which are going to be held December 5 at the Park High RecPlex. The chapter is led by advisor Reid Lende, who says, “We have a pretty good group full of lots of new people, but once they know what to expect they … Continue reading Park BPA hosts regionals for the first time since 2013

Freshmen poll: Biggest changes from MS to HS

Responsibilities, homework, activities, stress, freedom, new teachers, and more people are only a few of the changes freshmen face when they enter high school. Many of these differences can be challenging or overwhelming, but what is the biggest change? In a recent survey of a Freshmen class asking them to compare middle school to high school, all students but one agreed that high school is … Continue reading Freshmen poll: Biggest changes from MS to HS

Builder nails teaching position

There’s a new face in the Health Enhancement department here at Park High School. Ben Hahn has been a gym teacher here for only a quarter of the school year, but he has already impacted our school. Hahn has emphasized “Work hard and have fun.” Hahn grew up in Pennsylvania where he attended Smethport Area High School. There he participated in cross country, wrestling, and … Continue reading Builder nails teaching position