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College In Other Nations

Ashlee Farruggia, Journalist

November 8, 2018

   Going to college is a big decision that requires a lot of thought, especially when someone is considering a college outside of the country. There are many options for students who wish to go to a college outside of the cou...

The Voice of Siri

The Voice of Siri

November 2, 2018

It vs. It

It vs. It

November 27, 2017

An Insight On Journalism

Shelby Ledford, Journalist

October 13, 2017

The job of a journalist is to create, provide, inform, and inspire through writing about news and events when needed or necessary. Students are able to do this, and much more, in journalism taught by Mr. Larssen at PVHS. For ...

A flooded street during the passage of  Hurricane Irma in Caibarien, Villa Clara province, 330km east of Havana, on September 9, 2017.
Irma's blast through the Cuban coastline weakened the storm to a Category Three, but it is still packing 125 mile-an-hour winds (205 kilometer per hour) and was expected to regain power before hitting the Florida Keys early Sunday, US forecasters said. The Cuban government extended its maximum state of alert to three additional provinces, including Havana, amid fears of flooding in low-lying areas. / AFP PHOTO / ADALBERTO ROQUE        (Photo credit should read ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images)

The End Of Us All?

October 13, 2017

Photo Courtesy of PV Times

Cross Country

October 13, 2017

Students use smartphones to cheat on tests

Cheaters in our Midst

October 13, 2017

Replicas of North Korean Scud-B missiles and South Korean Hawk surface-to-air missiles are displayed at the Korean War Memorial in Seoul on July 8.

The New Beginning

October 6, 2017

Photo Cuortesy of Debra Olson

California Is On Fire

October 6, 2017

The people of Spain with their

Spain Attacks

October 6, 2017

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