Perspicaciousness and powers of reasoning

Tom Sargis, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

Hey baby! I see you checkin' me out! 4.0 GPA and A's, A's and some more A's. Check out my report card, baby! Now that is somethin' to behold. There's so many ways in which people perceive someone to be intelligence it's enough...

Universal Basic Income

Tom Sargis, Staff Writer

October 28, 2019

When there is talk about the issues surrounding unemployment in this country, one debate which stems from the “unemployment crisis” presupposition is the concept of ‘universal basic income’ which in short is essentially a...

Tips for helping the freshmen bloom

Buddy Murphy, Geyser Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

Dear Freshman, You took our pod. 000001 seconds after the bell you have it pinned full throttle through the hallway. Now I know we all have phones and my average screen time is probably about two hours, but every time I see a...

Think before you speak

Jamison Geyer, Geyser Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

Four years: the time that has passed since I walked through the front doors of PHS to now, as I’m sitting down to write this stupid senior column. I have had a lot of struggles in life, but I would say my biggest struggle is...

Goodbye, Shopko. Livingston might miss you

Lukas Ridgeway, Geyser Staff Writer

May 15, 2019

As many of you all know, Shopko, the so-called “knockoff Walmart, which is also more expensive”, is going out of business and will be closing in Livingston. Not only in Livingston will Shopko be closing, but it will be shutting...

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