Articles by Katherine Irving

ACL Course Selection Guide 2017-2018

ACL Course Selection Guide 2017-2018

February 8, 2018 | in A Closer Look

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MHS Career Day

MHS Career Day

February 6, 2018 | in News

On Jan. 23 during tutorial, MHS hosted its first career day. MHS principal Shannon Fierro said that while PHS Career Day is effective, it lacks presenters who chose a path other than a four-year... Read More

ACL Issue 5:  Navigating the Landscape of Mental Wellness

ACL Issue 5: Navigating the Landscape of Mental Wellness

January 16, 2018 | in A Closer Look

Randomly generated names (Sandie, Mona, and Todd) were used in place of students’ actual names in order to maintain anonymity. how to cope ǝʌᴉʌɹns oʇ ʍoɥ At age four, students learn to brush their... Read More

ACL: Who Are You Wearing?

December 11, 2017 | in A Closer Look

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Dancers take the audience around the world and through the ages

December 5, 2017 | in Web

At the winter dance concert, the audience saw members of the dance class imitate a medieval court dance, don flapper outfits to emulate the 1920s, re-enact Alice in Wonderland, and pop and lock. The... Read More

del Rosario Chan balances family values with three sports

del Rosario Chan balances family values with three sports

November 8, 2017 | in Campus

“I gave him something he didn’t have much left of–and that was time. Everyday, I called him around 5pm. Any later than that, he might be asleep.” This is the opening line of an... Read More

Are you a foodie?

Are you a foodie?

November 8, 2017 | in A Closer Look

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It’s okay to have your head in the clouds.

It’s okay to have your head in the clouds.

October 17, 2017 | in A Closer Look

With so many assignments to do and places to be, it can be difficult for students to find the time to unwind. We take a closer look at how having downtime affects us in... Read More

We need to talk about more than textbooks

We need to talk about more than textbooks

October 17, 2017 | in Opinions

On Monday, Oct. 2, my day was almost normal. I walked to school with friends while debating the best way to strike up a conversation with a stranger, slogged through two classes, ate a... Read More

Social justice training marks start of awareness initiatives

Social justice training marks start of awareness initiatives

October 17, 2017 | in News

Over 175 people participated in Piedmont’s first social justice training the week of Aug. 7. Attendants included administrators, city staff, teachers, other school staff, law enforcement, peer educators, and three students. Director of... Read More