2019

Multisport player: Marcell Alfaro

March 9, 2020

By Kayla LaSalle ’21 Junior Marcell Alfaro: Who is he? Maybe you scroll or skip past him on social media? As you think: “it is just another PCP junior.” But what makes him unique? What […]

2019

Editorial: Why voting matters

February 6, 2020

By Arlette Carino ’21, Iker Gomez ’20, and The Pritzker Press Editorial Board The right to vote is one of the most important privileges that people have. In the early years of America, only white […]

2019

All American: One of the most inspiring shows

February 3, 2020

By Michael Barcenas ’20 All American is a very popular show on Netflix that is very motivational, emotional, and very entertaining. Currently season 1 is available on netflix, with season 2 coming soon.   This show […]

2019

Noelle: Simply inspiring

January 21, 2020

By Ericka Taboada ’22 Noelle has an interesting plot, it sends an important message, and has fascinating characters. Noelle’s father is Santa Claus and when her father passes away, it is her brother, Nick’s, job […]

2019

Jose Cano’s spectacular Soccer season

December 9, 2019

By Alexis Vallejo ’22 Jose Cano, a sophomore on the Boys’ JV Pritzker Soccer team, had excellent performance during the 2019 season. Cano scored 3 total goals this season. He was able to help and […]

2019

“Let It Snow”: A Pre-Christmas romance

December 9, 2019

By George Quinonez ’21 “Let it Snow” was an anticipated Netflix Original pre-Christmas romance based on the young adult novel written by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle. With a fantastic plot, interesting character […]

2019

Mama Lunas: A taste from Momma’s kitchen

December 9, 2019

By: Jorge Velasquez ‘22 Mama Lunas is a family and community oriented restaurant, with their amazing food, pleasant service, and typical americanized pizza decor.  My family and I went on a Sunday afternoon to dine […]

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