Arts

AP Art Corner: Meryl Shi

AP Art Corner: Meryl Shi

by | November 13, 2017

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Just Like Honey trio sings sweet first performance

Just Like Honey trio sings sweet first performance

by | November 13, 2017

Three sophomores stood in the amphitheater stage, hearts racing, feet tapping, eying the seemingly endless crowd of peers that extended out before them in disbelief. Kids munched on food and chatted while patiently waiting... Read More

Malaspina strikes a chord with the audience

Malaspina strikes a chord with the audience

by | November 13, 2017

Junior Enzo Malaspina strummed his guitar, instantly filling the Gilman, their sold out venue. Within seconds, the rest of the band, Mt. Eddy, joined in, sweeping up his playing in a flurry of notes... Read More

Art students sculpt their futures with portfolios

Art students sculpt their futures with portfolios

by | November 13, 2017

A cross made out of medical supplies… a unique concept that takes creativity to come up with, and technical skill to portray such a scene on a poster. For senior Jonathan Dinetz, the passion... Read More

“1776” musical implements gender-blind casting

“1776” musical implements gender-blind casting

by | October 17, 2017

Holden Caulfield, female. Juliet, male. Gatsby, female. Lady Macbeth, male. This year’s school musical, “1776,” will be following these footsteps. The musical “1776” is implementing gender neutral casting. Actors participating in the musical have... Read More

Dark comedy and Irish accents light up the theater

Dark comedy and Irish accents light up the theater

by | October 17, 2017

In history, english, science, math, and their electives, cast members use their Irish accents to recite lines from the November play. “The Cripple of Inishmaan” is an Irish dark comedy starring junior David Morris... Read More

Beckner molds creativity, humor into teaching

Beckner molds creativity, humor into teaching

by | October 17, 2017

“I remember working with mud. Just sitting in the side yard playing with mud,” new ceramics teacher Katherine Beckner said, with a small smile on her face and a bright yellow apron covering her... Read More

AP Art Corner: Tallulah Pellissier Lloyd

AP Art Corner: Tallulah Pellissier Lloyd

by | October 17, 2017

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AP Art Corner – Emma Ziegler

AP Art Corner – Emma Ziegler

by | September 19, 2017

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Students win big in the East Bay Monthly competition

Students win big in the East Bay Monthly competition

by | September 19, 2017

Neatly tucked into the back of a shelf in a corner of art teacher Gillian Bailey’s office lie several issues of the East Bay Monthly magazine, each featuring PHS students’ winning art pieces from... Read More