The Coronavirus outbreak has started on December 2019, and has continued until now. Currently, the situation has not gotten any better. The rate of infected people has risen quickly, making it so that now mainland China has at least 17000 …Read more
There is a new type of virus that has come from China, this virus is called 2019-nCoV. It’s unclear how easily it spreads from person to person because the symptoms act the same as with a normal fever but it …Read more
Attention students of Penn High school, there is a worldwide issue that has been going around in our school. This issue is vaping. Thousands of kids are doing it, ranging from middle schoolers to high schoolers. Vaping is very bad …Read more
Penn FTC robotics will soon be partaking in their first qualification tournament at Griffith High School on January 18th. The tournament will go on for the entire day, where teams compete in this year’s FTC game, Skystone.… Read more
This weekend, on January 17th and January 18th, Penn High School will be hosting the districts tournament for National Speech and Debate. On Friday night, debaters will partake in the first two rounds, as they try to collect as many …Read more
On December 14th, at Munster High School, Penn Congress debaters competed at Districts level in hopes of advancing to Nationals. Representative Carrier surprises everyone once again by advancing to the Super round, a round where the best debaters from the …Read more
In 1899, South Bend said hello to its first park. 120 years later, that same park got a new welcoming. On Black Friday 2019, Howard Park was welcomed back into the city with a fresh new design.
In the early …Read more
The second art gallery exhibit of the year opens on Wednesday, January 15. This exhibit features art work from Penn students in all art classes. If you would like to view the work of your peers, the art gallery is …Read more
Earlier in the school year, Bittersweet kindergartners had the opportunity to create a paper “worry monster” to help with their worries. Each student in the advanced sewing class here at Penn was then given a monster to bring to life. …Read more
Is skating dangerous? Well, if you wear the right protection, then you will be good to go, but you will most likely always fall off your skateboard.
You will get hurt, but once you learn how …Read more