Following the recent legalization of marijuana in Colorado and Washington, people are divided over whether marijuana should be legalized nationwide or not. (PRO article to follow)
Month: January 2014
Starting Feb. 3, UIL will realign conferences by adding a 6A level. Athletes are ready to be potentially reunited with old rivals as well as retain current rivalries.
On Friday, Jan. 10, the varsity basketball team lost to Jesuit 36-35. The game ended on a controversial shot which some claim should not have counted.
Multiple varsity football players earned district and statewide recognition from UIL. Players, including Rob Kuhne, Clipp McKeen and Logan Bartolome, were members of the 5A All-State, 9-5A All-District, Richardson All-City, Academic All-State and 9-5A All-Academic teams.
After 46 years of printing newspapers, the J.J. Pearce ‘Pony Express’ has gone online. The newspaper can be found on phsponyexpress.org and students can follow the ‘Pony Express’ on Twitter @phsponyexpress.
Future Mustangs and their parents see all that Pearce has to offer.
By Matt Singer | Staff Writer On Nov. 30, Pearce junior Cole Casanova left for Moscow to compete in the Voronin Cup gymnastics competition on Tuesday, Dec. 3, and Wednesday, Dec. 4. On average, Cole spends 30 hours a week practicing… Read More ›
By Carolyn Perlmutter | Assistant News Editor Students’ performance at school can vary depending on the order in which they have their classes. This is because some students have different optimal times during the day in which they learn best. “Generally,… Read More ›
By Lauren Sayah | Editor-in-chief As generations continue to spend more time online, many more people are earning their livings based in their Internet presence. This includes Youtube “vloggers,” or people who film everything from their daily lives from live video… Read More ›