While Cage the Elephant's three previous albums seemed a perfect blend of organized chaos, what with lead singer Matt Shultz’s notable incoherent screaming at various times and breathless vocals paired with hodgepodge instrumentals, their recent Grammy awarded album Tell Me I’m Pretty shows a more mature, refined quartet.
Senior Trad Berti ran the mile in 4:10.55 at the New Balance Azusa Meet of Champions the weekend of March 25-26, rocketing him to 1st in the state and possibly 3rd in the nation. He has the fastest PRHS 1600m time in history with nearly a 10 second margin over past PRHS record holders.
Around 300 students of all nationalities swelled, chanted, and raised signs under the awning at lunch Thursday, Feb. 16 to hold a protest on equal rights for immigrants. The marchers walked from the PRHS quad to the sidewalk by the front of the school, where passing cars on Niblick Rd. honked horns in support and students cheered.
The Women’s March was one of the largest peaceful one-day demonstrations ever, according to U.S. Uncut. With an increase in societal pressure to grant women equal rights, coupled with the worldwide protests for immigrants’ rights, gender equality is at the forefront of the fight for human rights.
Hands Across the Border, a new program at PRHS, is gathering supplies from the Bearcat community to send to the Door of Faith Orphanage in Ensenada, Baja California. Items such as canned food, toiletries, cleaning products and school supplies are welcome and can be turned in to the Front Office or Room 104 by Dec. 14.