Articles by Azul Kothari

Art classes create portraits, memories for orphans

Art classes create portraits, memories for orphans

February 7, 2017 | in Arts

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

Love will always find a way to trump hate

Love will always find a way to trump hate

December 21, 2016 | in Opinions

Following the election of Donald Trump, many minority Americans have reason to worry. In one month, America will be led by a president who indicated support for a Muslim registry, and a vice president... Read More

Students get creative on Instagram

Students get creative on Instagram

December 21, 2016 | in Campus

The rise of social media platforms, such as Instagram, and the improvement of cell phone cameras has led to a rise in student photography. At PHS alone, there are at least three photography Instagram... Read More

Students shake out in worldwide safety drill

November 1, 2016 | in News

All schools in PUSD participated in the annual Great Shakeout earthquake drill on Oct. 20, along with millions of people around the world. The drill, which required extensive planning, was meant to prepare students... Read More

Piedmont hires new athletic trainer

Piedmont hires new athletic trainer

October 14, 2016 | in Sports

His office would be more accurately described as a workshop. Not a workshop for machines, but a workshop for people. Tucked into the corner of the room is a treatment table, upon which rests... Read More