The Pel Mel

  • November 7Pelham Alumna Alessandra Biaggi Wins State Senate Seat

  • October 31Pelican Volleyball falls to 4th seed Walter Panas in 3-2 loss

  • October 26Pelican Footballers Finish 2nd in League E, Losing to Pearl River

PMHS Starts Students For Refugees Club

Lila Caminiti, Sophomore, Managing Editor

November 28, 2018

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Students for Refugees has started a chapter at PMHS this fall. The club aims to hold events to help refugees around the world. The Pelham branch was spearheaded by junior Steph Munn and is advised by social studies teacher Ms....

How to Make Sure the Holidays Don’t Turn Into the Holler Days!

Ellie O'Sullivan, Freshman, Staff Reporter

November 28, 2018

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Picture this: you’re sitting at the holiday dinner table, chowing down, when one of your family members brings up the presidential election. You stare at your cousins, petrified, and brace yourself for the oncoming wave of family...

Pelham Participates in Restaurant Week

Sam Plunkett, Junior, Sports Editor

November 28, 2018

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Earlier this fall, the Pelham Chamber of Commerce, an organization based on bringing together Pelham’s business and organizations, introduced Pelham’s first restaurant week. From Monday October 22 through Thursday October...

GSA Raises Money for Homeless LGBT+ Youth

Amanda Mattesi, Sophomore, Associate Graphics Editor

November 28, 2018

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Due to the high percentage of homeless youth that identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, allies from PMHS’ Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) held a fundraiser from November 13-16 in front of the auditorium to...

Starting New: How to Raise Grades for the 2nd Quarter

Nic Franchini, Junior, Staff Reporter

November 28, 2018

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Grades are a daunting idea for almost every student in high school, and maybe you began the year with a rough start. Could it be that your study strategies were off? Was your time management in need of improvement? Did you not...

Dealing with College Admissions Stress

Nevan Malwana, Sophomore, Staff Reporter

November 28, 2018

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For many juniors and seniors, the process of applying to college is one of the most stressful parts of their high school career. Twelve years of elementary, middle, and high school education, culminate in a few bundles of paper...

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