Constructive possession can still cause legal problems for minors, even without the actual consumption of alcohol.
Month: April 2015
Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act has allowed organizations throughout the state to discriminate against sexual orientation and gender identity, using their religious freedom as an excuse. This law, and similar ones across the country, ought to be changed or repealed.
There have been recent, major changes world-wide that have widened the window for same-sex marriage potential.
AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’ continues its current season as new and continuing fans watch the highly acclaimed series.
Passed down from previous generations, stereotypes and discrimination continue in society despite advancements.
It has been proven over and over again that vaccinations are saving lives.
The track team held a garage sale on March 7. Because of the success of the fundraiser, many seniors who originally were unable to go to Texas Relays will now be able to.
The newest SpongeBob movie, ‘Sponge Out of Water,’ brings back the original feeling of the popular show. After almost 10 years since the last movie, ‘Sponge Out of Water’ fulfills all expectations as the movie looks and sounds amazing.
In this year’s talent show on Feb. 21 freshman Maya Carr won third place, senior Sydney Kane won second place, and senior Chanel Cooper won first place. There were a total of 19 performances.
Pearce varsity and junior varsity baseball teams practiced their baseball skills in a 100-inning marathon. This is the first marathon Pearce has hosted this year.