Articles by Danny Kolosta

Turn on the lights, put away the projector, bring students out of the dark

Turn on the lights, put away the projector, bring students out of the dark

June 9, 2014 | in Opinions

“So with that, we’re going to look at a powerpoint to go over some of the main points of this issue.” Uh-oh. “Could you pull the projector screen down?” No, please. “Could someone hit... Read More

Principal Daniels displays his basketball skills from the past

Principal Daniels displays his basketball skills from the past

May 13, 2014 | in Basketball

When principal Brent Daniels hit Piedmont with the start of the year, he brought prior experience in administration and leadership to a school that had experienced two different principals in the past three years.... Read More

2048 swipes student interest

May 13, 2014 | in Campus

Swipe swipe, pause…swipe, pause…swipe swipe pause. This simple yet addictive activity has manifested itself into many students smartphones through the form of 2048, the new hot app in which players try to combine tiles... Read More

Photo Galleries: March Madness tournaments

Photo Galleries: March Madness tournaments

April 1, 2014 | in Photo Galleries

Insanity hit the court as March Madness tournaments kick off. ASB has created a bracket for teams of three that have requested to play in the tournament. “March is a really boring month for... Read More

Piedmont takes steps to challenge success

March 17, 2014 | in News

There are students who thrive under stress, pressure and time restraints. Throw a timed write or standardized test at them, and they will surely succeed. But for others, the focus on letters and numbers... Read More

Spring Dance ousted after last years low turnout

February 25, 2014 | in News

This March, there will be no hanging of luminous ornaments, no up and coming artists to perform on stage, and no photo booth for students to pose in their outfits of the nightly theme.... Read More

January: Fantasy can make life a yard less stressful

January: Fantasy can make life a yard less stressful

January 31, 2014 | in Senior Voice

Rewind back to August. You can feel it in the air, a stir grows across the nation, and most guys hunger for the start of September. The draft is on its way. The leagues... Read More

Chan wins Language School essay contest, Mexico Trip scholarship

January 31, 2014 | in News

When junior Joseph Chan heard about the Piedmont Language School Essay Contest, he did not foresee writing a winning essay, much less one that would net him a scholarship for the Piedmont Community Church... Read More

Musicians master melodious music for musical

Musicians master melodious music for musical

December 18, 2013 | in Arts

Cue the lights. Cue the scene. Cue the lines. And cue the music. Live music, that is, from both orchestra and band students, who will be performing in this year’s musical ‘Anything Goes’ from... Read More

Don’t change my mascot

November 19, 2013 | in Opinions

‘We are Piedmont’s fighting Scotsmen bold and bon–!’ Wait, what? Something didn’t sound right there. I’m at the rally, students are standing, cheering, going nuts, but I can’t get myself to start singing again.... Read More