Illustration by Alessandra Torres Paw Print Staff Editorial As 2019 starts to fully take shape, we find ourselves in the month of February: the season of love. Now more than any other […]
By Paw Print Staff This article was admittedly difficult to write as a staff. A balance of confessional, factual, and nuanced writing is complex to achieve in any particular scenario, and […]
By Grace McDermott Before lunch, before dismissal, Tuesday Mass, Friday Mass, morning broadcast – we prayed often at my Catholic elementary school. Our faith was an ever-constant presence in our lives […]
Last Friday was freshmen’s first experience with the annual Sweetness Day.
By Julianna Ritzu An average ACT score of 30, a selective enrollment cutoff score of 896 out of 900, and a course catalog that includes 26 Advanced Placement classes. Payton’s statistics look […]
By Sam Algas Opinion Writer No matter how you frame it, we go to a unique high school. Whether it be the location, the student body, the teachers, or the classes we […]
Staff Editorial May was Mental Health Awareness month, but this has certainly not been a mental health awareness year. The “pressure-cooker” environment at Payton has long compelled students to cram APs into […]