Articles by Gianna Gleghorn

ED: Not the best decision

ED: Not the best decision

November 13, 2017 | in Opinions

November 1. You check if your birthday is correct, then that you spelled your middle name right, then maybe you check if your birth place is accurate. Finally, you press submit and have applied... Read More

Seniors play the game of recruitment

Seniors play the game of recruitment

October 17, 2017 | in Sports

Most kids grow up fixated on the TV watching their heroes play for their favorite college team. A select few kids get to become those heroes and have others look up to them instead.... Read More

Q&A with Athletic Director Joe Welsh

Q&A with Athletic Director Joe Welsh

October 17, 2017 | in News

Why did you want the Athletic Director job? I had a bunch of other parents and people in the community say “Hey, you should look at the Athletic Director job, you’d be a great... Read More

“Are you dating?”

“Are you dating?”

May 2, 2017 | in A Closer Look

“We’re a thing.” Students commonly use this phrase to describe one’s relationship status here at PHS. While this phrase is commonly heard, it seems to encompass many different types of relationships. Sophomore Maxine Miller,... Read More

Signing up for the future

Signing up for the future

May 2, 2017 | in A Closer Look

In state or out of state? SAT or ACT? Tutor or no tutor? Sports in college? Big school or small school? Two year college? No college? Grad school? Major? Do I have to know... Read More

“Sorry, I’m busy”

“Sorry, I’m busy”

May 2, 2017 | in A Closer Look

Through a superficial lens, a grid scattered with X’s may seem like nothing more than a means to tell time. However, upon focusing the lens onto each individual box, one can realize that this... Read More

Photo Gallery: AP Art Show

Photo Gallery: AP Art Show

April 21, 2017 | in Photo Galleries

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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