The Prowler

Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Catholic customs still overpower fights for equality in Argentina

    Keeping it current

    New school year starts new year of news

  • Catholic customs still overpower fights for equality in Argentina

    Keeping it current

    Summer’s hot topics

  • Catholic customs still overpower fights for equality in Argentina

    NASCAR Project

    Prowler staff takes on ‘Palace of Speed’

  • Catholic customs still overpower fights for equality in Argentina

    NEWS

    Alumnae sweetens community with new business

  • Catholic customs still overpower fights for equality in Argentina

    NEWS

    Governor deals new driving law

  • Catholic customs still overpower fights for equality in Argentina

    Keeping it current

    Last day of school brings last week of news

  • Catholic customs still overpower fights for equality in Argentina

    NEWS

    13 years of perfection

  • Catholic customs still overpower fights for equality in Argentina

    NEWS

    Honors Night recognizes student success

  • Catholic customs still overpower fights for equality in Argentina

    NEWS

    Starr’s Mill athletic programs announce summer camps

  • Catholic customs still overpower fights for equality in Argentina

    Keeping it current

    Shocking stories add to saddening senior send-offs

Brandi Meeks
The last first week
Kathryn Loboda
Catholic customs still overpower fights for equality in Argentina

Katie Linkner

These two scarves represent both sides of this national dispute. The people that wore the green colored scarf pushed for safe, legal and free abortion, while the people that wore the blue scarf wanted unsafe, clandestine and deadly abortions to continue.

  • Real Talk – Season 3, Episode 12
  • Head 2 Head
  • Guilty until proven innocent?
Fact and fiction, heroes and villains

Focus Features

Ron Stallworth (John David Washington) and Patrice Dumas (Laura Harrier) stand with weapons drawn during the film’s finale. “BlacKkKlansman” is cinematically near-perfect and politically complicated.

  • Stylin’ sounds of summer
  • Beloved author crafts her first magical adventure
  • The crash has come
Starr Gazing – May 2018
ARCHIVES
Lady Panthers bounce back after first loss

Annika Pepper

Junior Paige Andrews in ready position at first base. Senior Wakana Sato struck out six of the nine batters she faced, leaving the Lady Panther defense with little to do.

Coach’s Corner – May 17, 2018
Coach’s Corner – May 9, 2018
The student-run online newspaper for Starr's Mill High School
The student-run online newspaper for Starr's Mill High School