Articles by Gianna Gleghorn

Teachers to pilot centralized Schoology online classroom organizational system

Teachers to pilot centralized Schoology online classroom organizational system

March 28, 2017 | in News

Schoology, an online organizational system for teachers, students, and parents, will be piloted by four teachers during fourth quarter. If the pilot goes well, Schoology will be implemented next school year, potentially district wide,... Read More

Beieler takes up camera, captures the moment

Beieler takes up camera, captures the moment

March 7, 2017 | in Arts

Students chat at a party. The sun seen from the Mountain View Cemetery dips behind the mountains. The Golden Gate Bridge gleams on a rare, clear day. All of these scenes and more have... Read More

Princess movies teach more than how to get a prince

Princess movies teach more than how to get a prince

February 7, 2017 | in Opinions

The incredible songs, the animal sidekicks, and the lovable villains are just some of the many things that make Disney princess movies so magical. These princesses defined my childhood and the movies still remain... Read More

Clubs to turn anger to community on Inauguration Day

December 21, 2016 | in News

ASB and various clubs are working together to hold an event called Share Y(our) Voice, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Inauguration Day, Jan. 20, at Lake Merritt. Speakers, educational booths, and an... Read More

Juniors and sophomores walk through college night

Juniors and sophomores walk through college night

December 11, 2016 | in Web

SAT or ACT? UC or state school? Early Action or Early Decision or Regular Admission? These are only a fraction of the questions students ask themselves when applying to colleges. On the evening of... Read More

Mock Trial prepares for upcoming competition season

Mock Trial prepares for upcoming competition season

November 29, 2016 | in Campus

“Mock Trial is a cult,” senior Eva Mills said. At the beginning every meeting, a student formally introduces themself by saying “Good afternoon your honor” in a loud, demanding voice. History teacher David Keller... Read More

Women’s water polo and volleyball organize clinics

Women’s water polo and volleyball organize clinics

November 1, 2016 | in Sports

Improve. That is the one goal that almost all athletes share, whether young or old. To aid this goal and promote their sport, the Piedmont water polo coach and the volleyball team have organized... Read More

Revised Consent Assembly adds stories, perspectives

Revised Consent Assembly adds stories, perspectives

October 11, 2016 | in Campus

The consent assembly, on Monday, Oct. 24, has four new parts to it this year. Along with three girls telling three stories, there will be a story from a perpetrator’s point of view, a... Read More