Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas
By: Bonnie Smith Valentine’s Day is coming up and it might be time to get your sweetheart a present. Every year, gift-giving gets more popular resulting in stores putting out their valentines items sooner. According to Statista, since 2009 there has been a steady increase in money spent on Valentine’s Day-related items. In 2022, people…
Turkey and Syria’s Disastrous Earthquake
By: Beyza Guvenc At approximately 4:17 am TRT on February 6th, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Southwestern Turkey (Türkiye) and Northern Syria, killing and injuring thousands whilst leaving millions homeless. Its epicenter stemmed along the East Anatolian Fault, close to Gaziantep, Turkey. Gaziantep is a popular historical city previously consisting of many ancient structures which…
Classified Documents Found in President Biden’s Home
By: Charley Gilewicz Early last November, President Biden’s lawyers found classified documents from his time as Vice President. They found these documents when packing files from an office he was using in DC for his work at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement. In a “locked closet,” they discovered some classified files…
Soccer January Transfer Window: One For The Ages
By: Luca Muehlbauer The transfer window started on January first and ended on January 31st. The January transfer window is one month in the soccer season when you can buy or loan a player. For example, If I had a team ( I wish I did), I couldn’t buy a player in October because it’s…
Celebrating Black History Month!
By: Lelani Williamson Celebrated annually in February, Black History Month celebrates and recognizes all that African Americans have overcome and achieved throughout history. Beginning in 1926 when the Association for the Study of African American Life and History devoted a national week in February to celebrate African Americans, a revolution began across the nation bringing…
Semester Change Thoughts
By: Mia Allen A fresh start. A new chapter. A new semester. These are all words that come to my head as I think about the final exams and changing classes for the new semester. As a freshman, this will be my first time doing this, and truthfully, the change in semesters can be intimidating.…
Basketball Season is Almost Over— Come and Support the Imps Program Before it’s too Late!
Article, Photography, and Videography by Alex Manuel The Imps have only six more games until postseason basketball, and only three remain at home. The team’s record sits at an unimposing 7-11, proving that the Imps still have some work to do if they want to have a chance at making a run in the North…
Rare Comet will Pass Earth for the First Time in 50,000 years
By: Avery Phillips Mark your calendars: On January 12th, there will be a once-in-a-lifetime chance to get a clear view of Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF). Only appearing every 50,000 years, the greenish-blue comet will make its closest approach to the sun just before midnight on January 12th, although it will remain visible with binoculars throughout…
The Page: Holiday Edition
This holiday season, The Page staff collaborated to create a physical newspaper! Click the link below to view the online version, or stop by Ms. Jessee’s room for a physical copy (first come, first serve).
The Best is Yet to Come
By: Luca Muehlbauer This soccer season was a rough one for the Imps. But there was plenty of action. Throughout the season there were plenty of goals, fouls, and winning, but not enough to go to the playoffs this year. The varsity team had a bumpy start in the conference, losing their first 6 games,…