The Student News Site of Park Tudor School

The Park Tudor Tribune

The Student News Site of Park Tudor School

The Park Tudor Tribune

The Student News Site of Park Tudor School

The Park Tudor Tribune

Senior defensive end Bryson Hobbs stands up an offensive linesman in the 1A Regional Championship at Park Tudor on Nov. 11, 2022.

Football team wraps up fall sports with hard fight in Regional Championship

Katie Hur November 16, 2022

After winning its first Sectional Championship in 17 years against Traders Point Christian, the team had a shot at winning its first Regional Championship ever against North Judson-San Pierre. The Bluejays...

Junior co-leader of Legacy Initiative Kate Fryburg tapes a poster to a wall in Park Tudors hallway, promoting a fundraiser for victims of the war in Ukraine.

Legacy Initiative organizes fundraiser for Ukraine

Katie Hur April 29, 2022

On April 29 at 5:00 p.m., Park Tudor’s Legacy Initiative club will host a fundraiser at a track & field invitational to support victims of the war in Ukraine. The fundraiser will accept cash or...

Three tardies in one class result in detention. (By Katie Hur)

Park Tudor enforces new detention policy

Katie Hur March 25, 2022

In an announcement to the school on Wednesday, March 23, assistant Upper School director Spencer Summerville informed the students of a change in the school’s detention policy that will be enforced after...

(By India Zaidi)

Lights up on Chicago

Jordan Pecar March 6, 2022

Chicago: The Musical (Teen Edition) is coming to the Park Tudor stage on March 4, 5, and 6. The two-act musical follows an aspiring actress, Roxie Hart, in her quest to become a “celebrity criminal”...

BSU members gather at a club meeting below a screen display of the updated “diversity” page on Park Tudor’s website.

BSU celebrates start of Black History Month

Katie Hur and Anna Fisher March 6, 2022

Feb. 1 marked the beginning of Black History Month, and Park Tudor’s Black Student Union (BSU) decided to start the month off with a club meeting in the Lecture Hall with snacks, drinks, games, and a...

Violet Isaac, Vanessa Xiao, Piper Murphy, and Ian Minor advance to the ISSMA State competition. (Submitted by Piper Murphy)

Orchestra strikes gold at ISSMA competition

Catherine Niculescu February 9, 2022

On Jan. 29, 13 soloists and 76 ensemble musicians from Park Tudor’s orchestra, spanning from sixth grade through twelfth grade, headed to Decatur Middle School for the Indiana State School Music Association...

Sophomore Lara Rahman  signed up to be a 2022 Student of the Year candidate for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Sophomore Lara Rahman kicks off fundraiser for blood cancer research

Katie Hur February 8, 2022

Every three minutes, someone is diagnosed with cancer. One in four cancers in children are leukemia. However, due to medical advances within the past 50 years, the survival rate of children with leukemia...

By Stella Friskney

Q&A with Stella Friskney on student-led play

Katie Hur January 25, 2022

Briefly, what is Lady Disdain about? Lady Disdain is a modern re-telling of William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. The one-act play is set in Morningside Heights, New York, in 1999. We follow...

Flyers advertising WEAs bake sale were posted around the school.

WEA bake sale raises $1,000 in support of victims of domestic abuse

Katie Hur January 25, 2022

On Dec. 7 in Park Tudor’s lobby, members of the Women’s Equality Advancement (WEA) club set up a table packed with cookies, brownies, cupcakes, and other baked goods for the club’s first bake sale...

By Katie Hur


January 19, 2022

Take a look at the three study strategies outlined in this article as well as the Pomodoro Technique. By Katie Hur

Testing… testing…

Katie Hur December 7, 2021

Everyone has their own strategies when studying for exams, but with one week left until midterms, students tend to do one thing: cram. Instead of skimming over the whole textbook the night before, here...

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