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Gifs to Get You Through Second Semester

April 12, 2016

                        Don't worry. Here are 25 gifs to help you relax. ...

Literally Just 15 Donald Trump Gifs

Rhiannon Mulligan, Columnist

March 1, 2016

Filed under Mulligan's Mullings, Opinions, Politics


13 Faces You Make as a Senior

Rhiannon Mulligan, Columnist

January 26, 2016

Filed under A&E, Mulligan's Mullings, Opinions

When you first realize you'll be lost at the new campus. College apps. Hating the College Board and how they take all your money. When you find phallic symbolism in Great Expectations. Wondering why your classes are still hard second semester. Waiting for admissions decisions. When your relatives ask about college. Knowing your friends will be going to school hundreds of miles away next year. When your friend gets into their first choice. Realizing how much everyone has changed since 7th grade. Wondering where your senior parking is. Realizing you'll be making adult decisions ...

10 Things You Should Know about Having Mono at PCS

Rhiannon Mulligan, Columnist

January 22, 2016

Filed under A&E, Mulligan's Mullings, Opinions

1. It’s caused by the Epstein-Barr Virus. Look at this virus. This is a mean virus. 2. It will be worse for you if you’re an athlete because it messes with your blood’s ability to carry oxygen. More developed aerobic base = feel the effects more acutely. 3. You will feel like this for anywhere between 2 weeks and 6 months. 4. Ms. Dennis will be your best friend because she brings you your assignments and proctors your exams. YAY MS. DENNIS!!! 5. Your teachers are true homies and will help accommodate your illness. 6. Not being able to take your finals at school will make you even more stressed....

College Board: Questionable

Rhiannon Mulligan

November 17, 2015

Filed under Campus Life, Mulligan's Mullings, Opinions

We need to talk about something. That something is the College Board, probably the most hated “non-profit” in the United States. First off, the College Board is not actually a non-profit. If your CEO is earning $1.3 million a year, you are making a profit. How did they make that money? Tests, tests, tests, tests, tests, and even more tests. While the underclassmen may not have been fully introduced to the frustration associated with the SAT and AP tests, the seniors are done. Not only is it emotionally draining to deal with the College Board, but it is also ludicrously expensive. As senior Leah Wolff says...

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