Articles by Amelia Henry

Mapes and Muñoz team-up to assume the role of temporary co-principals

March 7, 2017 | in News

Interim co-principals Irma Muñoz and Eric Mapes have taken on new roles and responsibilities during the search for a new principal. The day after former principal Brent Daniels announced his intent to leave the... Read More

Campus Question: Did you watch Trump’s inauguration?

January 24, 2017 | in Web

No, I do not like Trump: 4 No, not interested: 3 “No, I did not watch, but that is just because I don’t have much interest and am not invested in politics” -Ivana Xu,... Read More

Parenting expert teaches Piedmont parents about the dangers of overparenting

January 19, 2017 | in Web

Under the house lights of the Alan Harvey theater, Piedmont’s parents were already in full discussion of their parenting methods and ideas, what they will and will not let their kids do, before the... Read More

Living the screenage dream: social media’s positive effects

Living the screenage dream: social media’s positive effects

November 29, 2016 | in A Closer Look

“Now, of course, there’s the good, the bad and the ugly if you look at the way social networks are used,” said Associate Professor of the Department of Sociology at the University of Calgary,... Read More

Roy gathers stories for proposed race assembly

November 3, 2016 | in Arts

On the tails of the Healthy Relationships and Consent Assemblies, report of a possible new assembly is coming about. Senior Amalia Roy said that roughly a month ago, she started compiling stories of experienced... Read More

Let us work together to revamp the parcel tax

Let us work together to revamp the parcel tax

October 13, 2016 | in Opinions

We’re all feeling a little crowded. It’s easy to notice that classes are a little bigger this year– the desks are all filled, the attendance roll is longer, and it takes a little more... Read More