Written by Debra Murray Due to COVID-19 canceling the rest of the school year in Kentucky and many other states, the senior class of 2020 is missing out on a great number of traditional memories. While public health is very … Continue reading What the Class of 2020 Feels About the Abrupt Ending to Our Senior Year
Written By Adrianna LoChirco When high school first begins and you are a freshman, finishing your senior year can seem so far away and like it’ll never happen. Especially during this pandemic, senior year has been taken from each senior … Continue reading Congrats, Seniors!
Written by Charley Harp It’s weird to think that I am almost done with high school. It seems like it drug on for forever, but now I blink and it might as well already be over. It hasn’t been a … Continue reading Farewell But Not Goodbye
Written by Savannah Sosna Everything eventually ends, but four years was not long enough. As I spend my last months of senior year at home, I can only reminisce about the good memories I have within the walls of Pleasure … Continue reading Pride, Respect, Perseverance, and Now a Sad Farewell
Written by Julia Kirchner As I’m sitting down to write this, the thing that is weighing the heaviest on my mind is the disbelief that it’s really time for our senior issue. The past four years have not been nearly … Continue reading Once a Panther, Always a Panther
Written by Debra Murray Everyone always talks about how fleeting time goes and how life changes in the blink of an eye. That was something I didn’t understand until my senior year started to come to an end. You go … Continue reading Training Wheels: Off
Written by the Senior Class I, Ari Smith, being of sound body and mind, leave all my shoes; without the laces to Kelsey Baker. I, Mackenzie Bratcher, being of sound body and mind, leave the black hole to Cooper Haycraft … Continue reading Senior Wills
Written by Macy Young At Pleasure Ridge Park, these past four years have been some of the bumpiest. We’ve had ups and downs all within a short amount of time. It seems like just yesterday I was walking into PRP … Continue reading Sincerely, Macy Young