Latest Entries
Hugely Cool and Rebellious Junior Skips Over “God” in Pledge of Allegiance
Student Life

Hugely Cool and Rebellious Junior Skips Over “God” in Pledge of Allegiance

Mr. Linden’s 2nd period physics class became a subject of controversy when PHS junior and notable free-thinker Andrew Stanton skipped over the word “god” during the daily pledge of allegiance. Heads turned as Stanton skipped over the word but continued to recite the pledge, throwing the rest of the class off.  “I didn’t think much … Continue reading

Board of Trustees Lays Off Entire Dungeon Staff in Shocking Turn of Events
Local

Board of Trustees Lays Off Entire Dungeon Staff in Shocking Turn of Events

The world was taken by surprise on Friday when The Dungeon’s Board of Trustees voted to fire the entire Dungeon staff, effective immediately. Nick Jones, a columnist for the Dungeon, described the aftermath in the main newsroom as chaotic: “papers were being thrown everywhere, and people were throwing their old things into the trash like madmen … Continue reading

PHS to Install Traffic Light to Reduce Hallway Congestion
Student Life

PHS to Install Traffic Light to Reduce Hallway Congestion

PHS announced today that the school would be installing a traffic light in the main intersection to help with the crowded hallways. When asked what prompted this addition, the administration claimed that they had received a complaint from an angry student describing their walk from each period as “Walmart on Black Friday” and comparing themselves … Continue reading

We Had a Bunch of Ideas For an Article, but Then Our Moms Said “No!”
Local / Student Life

We Had a Bunch of Ideas For an Article, but Then Our Moms Said “No!”

You’ve probably noticed that your most trusted news source has been absent from this week’s flurry of articles, both local and national, about PHS. That’s because here at The Dungeon, we pride ourselves in providing you with the best content possible. And believe us, when this story broke we had plenty of stances to take … Continue reading

Snow Removal Trucks Pour Salt in the Wounds of Students who Wanted Blizzard on School Day
Student Life

Snow Removal Trucks Pour Salt in the Wounds of Students who Wanted Blizzard on School Day

Local officials announced Saturday afternoon that following the conclusion of Winter Storm Jonas, salt trucks would make routine rounds to not only cover roads, but also the open wounds of bitter students. To ensure students don’t get their hopes any higher about having a snow day in the near future, workers will dedicate one full … Continue reading

Teacher wonders if student raising hand or “just stretching”
Student Life

Teacher wonders if student raising hand or “just stretching”

Last Monday Jan Patterson, PHS English teacher of seven years, resigned after a humiliating experience in her English I class. The Dungeon’s reporting team managed to get the story of what really happened that fateful day. When class began, it seemed like any other. Four students fell asleep, two ate their lunches, and maybe three of them … Continue reading