The Student News Site of Pine Crest School

Type One

Death of the Child Star

adviser

January 28, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Remember the good old days of Disney Channel? Whenever I stumble upon a show from my childhood, I can’t help but remember how much I looked up to these teen stars; whether they were being a normal teenager by day and a pop star by night, or trying ...

Underrated Super Bowl Storylines

adviser

January 28, 2014

Filed under Sports

The marquee sporting event of the year is this Sunday: The Super Bowl. The main story lines include Peyton Manning’s return to the Super Bowl, Richard Sherman’s post-NFC Championship comments, and whether offense or defense will prevail; however, t...

Together We See eyeRun

Samantha Meade

January 28, 2014

Filed under News

Jacob Goldberg (PC '12 and Harvard '16 ) has spent the last three years providing a summer camp experience for children with special needs and disabilities.  Jacob holds an annual event during Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, including a 5K and one mile run along with the support of many outs...

Spice Up Your Weekend with Some Monster Trucks

adviser

January 28, 2014

Filed under Blogs, Lifestyle

Do you want to do something different this weekend? Try these fun activities that will get your blood pumping! Monster Jam Looking for some excitement? I’m not sure about you, but I love Monster Trucks. On February 8th, Mo...

Recap: 56th Annual Grammys

Isabella Christensen

January 28, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The 56th annual Grammys were held this past Sunday, January 26  and began with a bang. The show opened with a stunning performance of “Drunk In Love” by Hollywood's power couple, Beyoncé and Jay-Z. This performance was then...

Students for Organ Donation Awareness

adviser

January 28, 2014

Filed under News

"How can I become an organ donor? Is it true that if I’m an organ donor doctors won’t make as much of an effort to save my life? What is organ donation anyway?"  These are just some of the many questions that senior Hayl...

Why the World is Bound to be Antisocial

adviser

January 28, 2014

Filed under Opinion

As I sit here in my room, eyes locked on my computer screen, fingers typing in a bizarre yet systematic motion, I find it necessary, yet a bit hypocritical of myself, to discuss the disastrous fate of the future teenage generations. Well...

Super Bowl Predictions from the Sports Writers

adviser

January 27, 2014

Filed under Sports

Tyler Shevin: Denver Super Bowl XLVIII should be an exciting, physical, and freezing showdown.  The league’s best offense, led by soon-to-be five-time MVP Peyton Manning, faces the league’s best defense, led by outspoken, star cornerback Richa...

Some Things Are Worth Melting For

Alexandra Oshinsky

January 21, 2014

Filed under Blogs, Lifestyle, Movies

My parents moved to the Sunshine State right before I was born, a fact that I will always begrudge them and constantly live in denial of. I hate the sun, the humidity makes my naturally limp hair blow up in a bad way, I can’t...

Balance of Power Needs Balance of Honor

Ryan Engelhardt

January 21, 2014

Filed under News

All of the major revolutions in history, be it cognitive, agricultural, industrial, technological, etc., have changed our world, but in doing so they also produced new challenges for future generations to address.  The American...

NBA All-Star Teams

adviser

January 21, 2014

Filed under Sports

Well, after a brief hiatus, I am once again writing my Type One articles (much to the dismay of my editors). It's been so long since I've written on Type One that I forgot my password to log on to our website, WordPress. I was pretty embar...

The Student News Site of Pine Crest School
Jan14