However, we should seek to help others not only as students, but as members of our local communities, as neighbors, and as friends. So when the holidays come around this year, and our hearts are overjoyed with the company of dear family and friends, think of those who may be less fortunate. Volunteer at your local food pantry or help a friend in need. Share a kind word with a neighbor. Whatever you do, make a conscious effort to improve your community. It is up to us all to make this holiday season truly a Season of Giving. We here at The Chief hope that you enjoy this month ’ s edition, and wish you all happy holidays. See you next year!
A NOTE FROM YOUR EDITOR
By Joe G i l mo r
Hey everybody, and thanks for tuning in to another edition of The Chief ! With finals just around the corner, and Winter Break (thankfully) close behind, it seems hard to believe how quickly this semester has flown by. As we prepare for our much-needed break, I ’ d like to take a moment to discuss the true meaning of this holiday season: caring for others. While it is easy for many of us to get caught up with counting our gifts under the tree, remember that the best source of satisfaction this time of year is helping those in need. We here at PTHS have taken this to heart and have implemented various programs, such as the Season of Giving, to help the less fortunate.