The Panther Perspective

summer break ideas

Lavana hahs, reporter

May 15, 2019

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Summer is coming up and i think it's safe  to say that everybody is super excited and ready to just finish finals and get outta school! Some people have made wonderful plans for their summer break, going on wild trips and seeing ...

Modified Humans

Makayla Carrico, reporter

May 15, 2019

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Genetically modifying, the biggest technology advancement in our time, but is it our best creation for the survival of humanity? In Mr. Post’s SCI-FI/ Fantasy his students are currently reading a book called Feed by M.T. Ande...

“it’s just one straw”

Katie Longnecker, Reporter

May 15, 2019

Filed under Features, News

For billions of years, Earth has sustained an immeasurable number of lives and civilizations. From man-made catastrophes, to natural disasters, Earth takes those punches and bounces back to its (somewhat) original self. Howev...

Super Bowl 53

Makayla Carrico, Reporter

May 15, 2019

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The game we’ve all been waiting for, Super Bowl 53 and this year’s lucky teams are the AFC champions New England Patriots facing off against the NFC champions Los Angeles Rams. The Patriots looking for their sixth title a...

SAT Lets Go Bois

SAT Lets Go Bois

May 3, 2019

The Origin of a Tank

Michael Colvin, Reporter

May 3, 2019

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After my history article, I decided that I would start with the origin of the tank. There are many things that people classify as a tank. Things that have tracks, an artillery gun, or some wheels. Anything with some sort of heav...

How to Keep Your Last Month of High School Stress-Free

Katie Longnecker, Reporter

May 3, 2019

Filed under News

For most seniors, the end of the year can be a lengthy and almost agonizing time. We constantly fantasize about walking across the stage and getting our diplomas, when we should actually be paying attention to our AP Calc review...

“Bomb Cyclone”

Libby Evans, Reporter

May 3, 2019

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A strong winter storm struck Colorado and other parts of the central United States on Wednesday, sending hurricane-force winds and heavy snow across the region, meteorologists said. The fierce winter weather, part of which classifi...

Woodland Park Musical Arts (choir)

Jada Boddy and Aaliyah Huyser

May 2, 2019

Filed under News

Woodland Park High School has amazing opportunities throughout many genres of interest. There are athletic, theatre, academic and many other opportunities, however the music programs at Woodland Park High School are immense. B...

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