Ten Years Later for Marvel

Joshua Magee, staff writer One of the most popular and controversial entertainment topics of the 2010’s is how Marvel came back with their Marvel Cinematic Universe. After struggling in the 90’s, Marvel had to come up with something in order to stay afloat. First, they had to sell some of their big name comic book …

Fortnite Craze Invades the Gaming World

Steve LaBella, staff writer Ever since Fortnite became a free-to-play game on all softwares in 2018, the game has exploded in popularity. Since then, Fortnite has become available on mobile devices, reaching a wider range of players. Fortnite, developed by Epic Games, is a simple concept game where the players jump from the “Battle Bus” …

Ban on Sports Betting Ruled Unconstituntional

Riley Winward, staff writer In a surprise ruling by the Supreme Court, the federal ban of betting on sports games has been ruled unconstitutional, they ruled in favor of if 6-3. The person who brought this to the attention of the media was former governor of New Jersey Chris Christie, he is also the one …

Much Improved Phillies Start Off Hot

by Riley Winward, staff writer The Phillies have continued the “legacy” of Philly teams being unstoppable in a year where we saw the Eagles win the Super Bowl. We saw the Sixers make a complete 180 degree turnaround from two years ago jumping 42 games in the win category, and make a run in the …

Strings Perform Annual Spring Concert

by Meaghan Burke, staff writer Music is back in the Valley. The Perkiomen Valley High School Orchestra’s annual spring concert was on May 9, 2018. The concert included performances from the string orchestra, symphony orchestra, and select strings, all led by Mr. Suloman, the orchestra teacher here at PV.      The opening piece was a Cello …

Girls Chant their Best to Make Varsity Squad

by Bella Gallo, staff writer On the night of April 27, 2018 the tryouts for the PVHS Cheerleading team were held in the high school gymnasium. Over 50 girls attended and tryouts, which took nearly five hours to complete. The team was looking for new talent in hopes of replacing the 11 graduating seniors as …

GLSEN’s Day of Silence

Every year, since 1996, students across the country have participated in the annual “Day of Silence”. In attempt to highlight the abuse and silencing of LGBT+ students in high schools, PV students took a vow of silence on April 27, 2018. The event was organized by the Perkiomen Valley GSA, or Gay Straight Alliance. Students …