Arts

OMG ‘Legally Blonde’ like, totally dazzles audiences

OMG ‘Legally Blonde’ like, totally dazzles audiences

by | February 7, 2017

As college applications take center stage for juniors and seniors, on the stage in the Alan Harvey Theater comes a tale of a girl who joins Harvard Law on a whim. If this seems... Read More

Art classes create portraits, memories for orphans

Art classes create portraits, memories for orphans

by | February 7, 2017

In an orphanage in Peru, giggling toddlers surround a Memory Project volunteer as she passes out small packets of papers wrapped in plastic. Hungrily, the kids tear apart the packaging, their faces brightening in... Read More

Mullan returns to band after maternity leave

Mullan returns to band after maternity leave

by | February 7, 2017

Band director Andria Mullan made her return from maternity leave, having been gone since Sept. 3. “It feels like I never left, we picked up right where we left off,” Mullan said. Although it... Read More

Film crew stories community

Film crew stories community

by | February 7, 2017

It’s a Tuesday afternoon and the PHS Film Crew gathers around a brown wooden table. Every crew member states a possible local film story they could cover for the film journalism project they are... Read More

Holiday Reads

Holiday Reads

by | December 21, 2016

Librarian Katheryn Levenson’s Book Recommendations: “Far from the Madding Crowd” by Thomas Hardy. The story of a headstrong young woman who turns down suitors, inherits a farm in the English countryside and finally learns... Read More

Paton takes creative spin on the wheel

Paton takes creative spin on the wheel

by | December 21, 2016

The feel of wet clay and the ceramics wheel gives him what seems like limitless power to create.  Ceramics is more than just a hobby for senior Alex Paton. Paton, who said that he... Read More

Art 1 students lend a helping hand to those in need

Art 1 students lend a helping hand to those in need

by | December 21, 2016

Piedmont’s Art I students are currently helping to paint a better future for children in Nicaragua and Indonesia, by creating paintings of hands to be sent to the Students Rebuild program. The hand pieces... Read More

Student dance choreography takes center stage

Student dance choreography takes center stage

by | December 21, 2016

The auditorium is quiet save for a few hushed whispers from the wings and the sound of shoes on the stage as dancers prepare for their last run through of the night.  It is... Read More

Homemade, store bought gifts spread holiday spirit

Homemade, store bought gifts spread holiday spirit

by | December 21, 2016

As soon as the final piece of pumpkin pie is served for the night, frost instantly fills the air, pale lights outline the silhouettes of houses, menorahs appear in windows and ‘Jingle Bell Rock’... Read More

AP Art students help with after school program

AP Art students help with after school program

by | November 29, 2016

Paint spilling everywhere. Food scattered around the floor. Kids wrestling on the ground. Sounds like a scene of utter chaos, doesn’t it? Not for AP Art seniors Kate Abel and Molly Szczech. Abel and... Read More