PRP Football Takes on Butler

Written By Brianna Logsdon   The PRP Football team goes into the Butler game this Thursday without their starting quarterback, B.J. Robinson. PRP has a current record of 4-2, while Butler has a current record of 5-2. This game is considered to be big by fans and players, as Butler is in the same district as PRP. “It is absolutely a big game. Most importantly, it is a district opponent. We also know that the game means a lot to our school, as well as in the community. Losing to this opponent is not an option,” said Head Football Coach, … Continue reading PRP Football Takes on Butler

American Horror Story “The Cult”

Written By Morgan Dawson On October 5th, 2011 American Horror Story released their first episode called “Pilot” in Murder House. The season came on every Tuesday for all of its 11 episodes. To this day, AHS is still continuing to make seasons. This season it is called the Cult. It is about a lady named Allyson “Ally” Mayfair-Richards (Sarah Paulson), and she’s married to Ivy Mayfair-Richards (Alison Pill). They have a son named Oz (Major Dodson). Ally has over several phobias and ever since Donald Trump got elected president, her phobias have gotten worse. She started seeing clowns everywhere she … Continue reading American Horror Story “The Cult”

What Netflix is Putting Out in October

Written By Christian Ploetner There are nearly 45 million subscribers using Netflix. Each month Netflix adds new seasons or new movies for everyone to watch. Netflix also includes original movies or T.V. shows such as Stranger Things. It is October and time to binge watch.   Oct. 1 88 Minutes Before Midnight A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song Blood Diamond Boogie Nights Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Cleverman, Season 2 Death Sentence Eagle vs. Shark Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood Eyes Wide Shut Generation Iron 2 Lockup: Disturbing the Peace, … Continue reading What Netflix is Putting Out in October

Trump Calls Out NFL Players for Kneeling during Anthem which Leads to Players’ Big Response

By Reilly Geraghty Sunday is traditionally a day of football for Americans. This past Sunday, the professional football players of the NFL did more than play the game. Over 200 players chose to sit or kneel during the national anthem as a sign of protest. NFL player Colin Kaepernick started kneeling during the playing of the national anthem in the 2016 season as a symbol of silent protest for racial injustice and police brutality. Other players decided to follow his actions by doing the same. The protests increased dramatically Sunday. It is allegedly said to be due to a comment … Continue reading Trump Calls Out NFL Players for Kneeling during Anthem which Leads to Players’ Big Response

Donald Trump ends DACA

By Julia Kirchner President Donald Trump recently announced that DACA will be ending if congress doesn not take action to save the policy within six months. Five years ago, Barack Obama worked on putting Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) into place. Many illegal immigrants in the United States arrived as children because their parents came into the country and brought them along. DACA permits take away the fear of being deported and gives young adults the right to work and pay taxes like legal citizens. No new applications will be accepted. Anyone who currently has a permit can apply for a renewal … Continue reading Donald Trump ends DACA

Science Fiction: Album Review

Sydney Young 8 years after their last album, “Daisy”, Brand New has reached new heights with their latest album, “Science Fiction.” The band’s final album, it’s a hearty blend of eclectic style and the soft, melancholy voice of Jesse Lacey as he sings about his fears, regrets, and issues. As per usual, the album is a downer, and yet this one has an undercurrent of hope, the last chapter in the amazing book that is Brand New’s career. Between songs like “Lit Me Up,” and “137,” the album uses Lacey’s voice well, a dirge for the human race. A personal … Continue reading Science Fiction: Album Review

Mayweather vs McGregor

Hevin Ramsey The fight everyone was waiting for. Mayweather versus Connor McGregor in a packed arena, in Las Vegas, with a multi-million dollar deal on the line on the historic day on August 27th. Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather has fifteen world titles in his weight class and many championships. His opponent, Connor McGregor, is an experienced mixed martial artist and Ultimate Fighting Champion. He went into the fight with an undefeated record of 50-0. Mayweather took the one hundred million dollar deal to engage in a fight Connor McGregor. With the deal spiked up, Connor McGregor took the three hundred million … Continue reading Mayweather vs McGregor

Total Solar Eclipse

Total Eclipse  By Brianna Logsdon and Reilly Geraghty Kentucky is experiencing a once in a lifetime viewing of a total solar eclipse. This eclipse is different than others because the moon completely covers the sun, giving it the “diamond ring effect.” None of the sun is visible during the full coverage. The eclipse is going to stretch from Oregon to South Carolina on Monday, August 21, 2017. However, Hopkinsville, Kentucky will experience the darkest effect from the eclipse, which will occur approximately at 2:27pm. Louisville, Kentucky will see the moon cover 96% of the sun. At PRP, during students’ 7th … Continue reading Total Solar Eclipse

Holiday Help: Students donate items for families in need

written by Jordan Ackerman Every Winter, the Student Council holds a canned food drive to help families in need. PRP usually collects around 2000 canned goods according to Student Council Sponsor Dee Amber Martin. The families are identified through the faculty and staff. Some families call in to the school if they need help. “I feel happy when I am helping local PRP families. I also am grateful for what I have,” Martin said. There is another part of the program called Christmas Adoption. Teachers, teams and clubs adopt local families in need and buy various gifts for the children. … Continue reading Holiday Help: Students donate items for families in need