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Palo Verde Theater Presents: The Crucible

Palo Verde Theater Presents: The Crucible

by Chandler Patrick, Editor-in-Chief

October 17, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

From Oct. 11-13, Palo Verde theater presented their first play of the year: Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. With a tough script and a very mature storyline, theater students put on a spectacular performance that had the audience captivated from beginning to end. The Crucible was written in 1953 in response...

The Class of 2018 Celebrates With Annual Senior Sunrise

The Class of 2018 Celebrates With Annual Senior Sunrise

by Andrew Ochoa, Features Editor

October 14, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

Today, Palo Verde upperclassmen took part in the annual tradition of watching the day begin with their fellow seniors. The soccer field opened this morning  to greet a crowd of nostalgic, years-old friends ready to kick off their fourth and final year here with bittersweet goodbye to their classmates. ...

Golden Nights Victorious in Emotional, Electric Home Opener

by Cole Greenberg, Entertainment Editor

October 13, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, NEWS, SHOWCASE

It has been a long time coming for professional sports in Las Vegas, but that wait has finally come to an end.   On Tuesday, Oct. 10, the Vegas Golden Knights went up against the Phoenix Coyotes for their first ever home game at T-Mobile Arena. This wasn’t any ordinary home opener, though, as ...

Panthers Venture ‘Into the Wild’ for Homecoming Week

Panthers Venture ‘Into the Wild’ for Homecoming Week

by Brisa Muscaglione and Andrew Ochoa

October 9, 2017


Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

Last week, panthers enjoyed dress-up days, special events, and more in anticipation of one of the most popular dances of the year: Homecoming. Palo kicked off the week by decorating the school to fit the dance’s theme this year of “Into the Wild”. With halls covered in moss and vine, and ...

Panthers Show Support For Las Vegas Victims + How You Can Help

Panthers Show Support For Las Vegas Victims + How You Can Help

by Hope Freeland, Senior Editor

October 5, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, NEWS, SHOWCASE

Tragedy struck on Sunday night when a mass shooting occurred, injuring over 500 people, many of whom were a part of the Las Vegas community. Throughout the city people have been showing support for the victims and their families by donating blood, time, and money. #VegasStrong has been trending an...

Fourth Annual Life is Beautiful

Fourth Annual Life is Beautiful

by Brisa Muscaglione, Features Editor

October 2, 2017


Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

Once again, the excitement I felt for one of the only music and art festivals Las Vegas has to offer had been one of the only things getting me through beginning of the school year blues. On Friday, Sept. 22nd, people from all over flooded the streets of Downtown L.V. to enjoy the plethora of food, ac...

New Teachers Tackle Palo Verde

New Teachers Tackle Palo Verde

by Andrew Ochoa, Features Editor

September 27, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

Few people have as much impact on our future as teachers do. While far too many spend their lives focused on the hassles of the day-to-day, finding truly forward-thinking individuals is both rare and much needed. Being able to commit yourself to growing the minds of the often unwilling, indifferent yo...

The Problems of Scheduling Conflicts

The Problems of Scheduling Conflicts

by Lainey Harlow, Junior Editor

September 22, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

During the first month of each school year, flustered students flood the counselors’ offices, most with the same request: “Change my schedule!” Many students feel personally offended or mistreated when they discover that their schedule is missing an elective that they requested. Although th...

Why People Hate Jake Paul

Why People Hate Jake Paul

by Hope Freeland, Senior Editor

September 20, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

Jake Paul was  your “everyday bro with the Disney Channel flow” until he got fired for his hit Disney show for his carelessness and childish behavior. Paul is a former Vine star who switched to YouTube when vine shut down. He now has ten million subscribers on YouTube and is known for his cra...

Teacher of the Century: Cheryl Waldman

Teacher of the Century: Cheryl Waldman

by Brisa Muscaglione and Andrew Ochoa

September 8, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

Palo Verde High School is notorious for its top-of-the-line teachers, but one in particular that has made her mark at this school is a biology teacher, Cheryl Waldman. From a young age, Waldman always knew she had an interest in science, she just did not know quite where she belonged in that huge spect...

Pep Rally Sparks School Pride for First Home Game

Pep Rally Sparks School Pride for First Home Game

by Andrew Ochoa, Features Editor

August 31, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, NEWS, SHOWCASE

On Thursday, Aug. 31, Palo students were treated to an outstanding performance in the quad to rally up players and supporters alike for the first home football game. During both lunches, panthers were able to witness the school’s dance team and cheerleaders perform a half hour-long show to get the ...

The Money Fight of 2017

The Money Fight of 2017

by Eli Duncan, Opinions Editor

August 29, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

The perfect record. That’s what was on the line for 40-year-old American boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. when he accepted the challenge from the 29-year-old Irish mixed martial artist Conor McGregor. The superfight, rightfully nicknamed “The Money Fight,” garnered at least 500 million dollars with ...

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