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Five of the six dinner guests attempt to listen to what is happening on the other side of the door April 27.  Parks portrayal of the tantalizing murder–mystery “Clue” marks the end of the theatrical school year.

Park is at the scene of the crime

Maren Wilsey and Johanna Kaplan May 2, 2023

“Clue” is Park’s final play of the 2022–2023 school year, with showtimes this past weekend in Park’s auditorium. According to director Jodi Schifsky, seeing the play come together is a satisfying...

The student interns part of Park’s finance committee pose for a picture. From left to right: Sumeyo Jama, Julian Rohweder, Christopher Walker, Meshach Mandel. Permission of use from Patricia Magnuson.

Students give insight on finance program

Roberto Alvarez and Leo Justesen December 7, 2022

As a way for students to explore new experiences, a new finance program invites in students to intern and learn more about how they can add strength to their community and to themselves. According to senior...

SOAR members protest at an event hosted by the club April 12. The group hopes to hold more in-person events this coming school year.

SOAR eager to start the new year

Maren Wilsey, Zoe Ziessman, and Tobias Khabie September 30, 2021

As the new year kicks off, Students Organized for Anti-Racism (SOAR) is preparing to welcome new students. The club's adviser, Dr. Lee-Ann Stephens said she is looking forward to the perspectives new members...

Senior Michael Ramirez discusses strategy for Park Techs next project during a meeting after school Oct. 2. Ramirez specializes in software and digital aspects of the club.

Park Tech looks forward to year of growth

Sofie Geretz October 8, 2019

According to senior and Park Tech member Michael Ramirez, there are many facets of Park Tech that make up the club. “There's the more tech side and then there's like more business side,” Ramirez...

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