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Natural Helpers Co-President Chloe Lorentz helps junior Emma Gaukle on Sept. 21. Natural Helpers had their first interest meeting to introduce their club.

Natural Helpers start with a kickoff

Sarah Peterson and Anisa Kahin September 25, 2023

The student-led counseling group, Natural Helpers, is back again this year to help Park students in any way. They hosted their first interest meeting on Friday Sept. 22 and invited all to come. They gave...

Senior Axel Abrahamson at a student council meeting on March 22. Park plans to make an enrollment fee for clubs in the upcoming year.

Staff Editorial: Potential new club fees

April 19, 2023

Recently, Park’s administration has been considering the idea of having a 25 dollar club fee. If this idea is approved, clubs will be charging a 25 dollar fee for students to join. Clubs that are considered...

Seniors Sebastian Tangelson and Isaac Israel talk with guest speakers Larry Kraft and Peggy Flanagan Sept. 20. The voter registration assembly encouraged students to become civically engaged.

High hopes for youth participation in upcoming election

Maya Nieves October 1, 2022

In anticipation for the upcoming election, many have hopes of more youth casting their vote. With election day coming up in November, Park students recently held a voter registration drive Sept. 20th ...

SOAR members hold discussion regarding global refugees in the media March 16. Recently, news outlets have told skewed narratives.

SOAR talks global impacts of racism

Char Priadka and Johanna Kaplan March 24, 2022

In the midst of unrest surrounding Ukrainian refugees, Students Organized Against Racism (SOAR) met to discuss the ways in which racism shows up in international broadcasting. While analyzing news reports...

History teacher Jeffrey Cohen assists student Ford Marciniak in filling out forms for student-led conferences. Student facilitated conferences will be held the week of Nov. 15.

New conferences format bewilders student body

Aisha Hersi and Johanna Kaplan November 16, 2021

Hoping for more student-initiated activities, psychology teacher Greg Goddard was pleased to hear about the new conference format  — student-led conferences. Goddard said trying out the new model will...

Freshman Sadie Livington speaks her opinion about the events happening in Israel and Palestine June 1. Students were able to speak at the open forum which happened during 4th hour and Park Connections.

Students lead conversation on Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Andrea Melear June 3, 2021

As the Israel-Palestine conflict has become more heated, more students have taken to social media to voice their opinions. Senior Muna Sharif, along with some friends had the idea to plan a forum at school. After...

Finals ‘schedule’ is flexible for distance learning

Finals ‘schedule’ is flexible for distance learning

Aisha Hersi January 20, 2021

With nerve-wracking multiple-choice tests equipped with everything we learned from semester one now gone, a new way of having finals has come in its place. I had never expected to be creating slideshows,...

SLP Streetwear Club meets in the morning to talk about fashion street wear May 3. SLP Streetwear Club has meetings every Tuesday and Thursday mornings.

Students use Instagram to share fashion

Adin Zweigbaum May 14, 2019

Sophomore Evan Koronaios said that “SLP Street Wear” is a great way for students to spread an assortment of ideas. “We all have different diversity and fashion, we all dress differently and want...

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