The student news site of Peters Township High School Media
  • Barbershop ‘Til You Drop

    Barbershop ‘Til You Drop

    Bailey Fink, Print Editor-in-Chief

    April 1, 2016

    Barbershop is a style of a cappella singing that the Rowdy Rhythm choir has been experimenting with for a few years. The Basic Pitches is a quartet that was created by four seniors in 2014. The members are Erin Wipperman, Nikki Wall, Sienna Dalessandro, and Lauren Tamilia. “We created the Basic... READ MORE »»

  • Row Your Way to the Rowing Club

    Row Your Way to the Rowing Club

    Bailey Fink, Print Editor-in-Chief

    March 16, 2016

    Rowing is America’s oldest intercollegiate sport. Locally, there are 17 competitive high school teams and 147 college teams. In 2014, the Peters Township Rowing Club was founded with the help of parents and the Pittsburgh Rowing Club. “Rowing is a full-body workout and can leave you exhausted... READ MORE »»

  • Say Cello to Kyle Johnson

    Say Cello to Kyle Johnson

    Bailey Fink, Print Editor-in-Chief

    February 19, 2016

    When thinking about orchestra, not many people believe it is possible to rock out on an instrument such as a cello. However, senior cellist Kyle Johnson is breaking that stereotype. Johnson has been playing cello for eight years, and from his numerous performances at the high school, it is obvious that... READ MORE »»

  • DiLucia’s Big Ambitions

    DiLucia’s Big Ambitions

    Cassidy Lego, Staff Writer

    January 6, 2016

    Students may recognize Lexi DiLucia as the girl who boldly sang the National Anthem in front of the entire student body at the first pep rally of the year, but behind her powerful voice is a young girl with incredible ambition. Surpsingly, DiLucia is only a freshman. It’s hard to imagine adapting to... READ MORE »»

  • Awkward Family Conversations

    Awkward Family Conversations

    Andi McGinnis, Staff Writer

    January 6, 2016

    Your trembling hands reached out to greet the bitter cold breeze as your head swerved to avoid your grandpa attempting to land his wrinkled lips right on top of your mouth. The favorite grandchild received a warm embrace as you received an elbow to the gut in grandma’s effort to treasure every second... READ MORE »»

Dynamic Duo

Emily Fornof, Outside the Bubble Editor

They say that two heads are better than one. This statement could not be more true when looking at Katya Sankow and Vincenzo Giovinnetti, a pair of involved and dedicated...  Read More »

April 6, 2016 • 0 comments

Barbershop ‘Til You Drop

Barbershop ‘Til You Drop

Bailey Fink, Print Editor-in-Chief

Barbershop is a style of a cappella singing that the Rowdy Rhythm choir has been experimenting with for a few years. The Basic Pitches is a quartet that was created by four...  Read More »

April 1, 2016 • 0 comments

Pets of PT

Pets of PT

Nora Barczak, Staff Writer

We all have a friend who will eventually become that crazy cat lady, if she hasn’t already.  We all know someone who does more with their dog than they do with actual human...  Read More »

March 31, 2016 • 0 comments

View All »

Toscano’s Fast-Break to Liberty

Toscano’s Fast-Break to Liberty

Jenny Fitzgerald, Staff Writer

Attempting to conquer her junior year, athlete Mia Toscano has proven her abilities on the field and plans on continuing her athletic career with lacrosse as she officially...  Read More »

April 1, 2016 • 0 comments

Past PT Sport Captains

Past PT Sport Captains

Reilly McGlumphy, Sports Editor

Many graduates chose to pursue athletics in college. As athlete’s transition from high school sports to college, adapt to a new team, coaches, and unfamiliar atmosphere....  Read More »

April 1, 2016 • 0 comments

Row Your Way to the Rowing Club

Row Your Way to the Rowing Club

Bailey Fink, Print Editor-in-Chief

Rowing is America’s oldest intercollegiate sport. Locally, there are 17 competitive high school teams and 147 college teams. In 2014, the Peters Township Rowing Club was...  Read More »

March 16, 2016 • 0 comments

View All »

Music Matters

Emily Fornof, Outside the Bubble Editor

When asked to identify someone famous, chances are more people would recognize Taylor Swift over Angela Merkel. While the German Chancellor graced the cover of Time Magazine as...  Read More »

April 6, 2016 • 0 comments

Life’s a Beach

Life’s a Beach

Andi McGinnis, Staff Writer

Life’s a Beach Andi McGinnis As pages to the calendar quickly flip away and the hour glass for seniors’ classes is on its last few grains of sand, seniors have begun...  Read More »

April 1, 2016 • 0 comments

Pulsera at Peters

Angela Roberts, Web Editor-in-Chief

  Last month, senior Lily Fornof burst the PT bubble when she involved the student body in the Pulsera Project, a nonprofit dedicated to “coloring the world” by...  Read More »

March 22, 2016 • 0 comments

View All »

Recipe For The Perfect Couple

Recipe For The Perfect Couple

Andi McGinnis, Staff Writter

Recipe for the Perfect Couple Andi McGinnis Staff writer You shoot a look at tall, tan, and handsome. The friendly look is reciprocated by a dagger like piercing stare...  Read More »

April 1, 2016 • 0 comments

End of the Year Motivation

Cassidy Lego

Now that spring is slowly making its way into the Bubble, you may find it increasingly difficult to stay motivated and diligent with your school work.  We’ve all been there...  Read More »

April 1, 2016 • 0 comments

Obscure Netflix Movies

Obscure Netflix Movies

Abby Tarwater

October 1, 2008 was monumental for us all. This is the date Netflix first launched its “watch instantly” service, altering the lives of all that discovered it. When a...  Read More »

March 31, 2016 • 0 comments

View All »