Articles by Jake Henrikson

Students begin work over summer

June 9, 2014 | in Campus

As the weather warms up and school cools down, students are working summer jobs to gain experience and pocket money for the future. While students’ jobs range anywhere from camp counseling to grocery bagging,... Read More

Thompson sings his way into hearts

October 21, 2013 | in Arts

Sophomore Marcello Thompson expresses his feelings for girls by writing and singing love songs to them. Thompson wrote his first love song in eighth grade when he had a crush on a girl but... Read More

Computer programmers take projects to UC Berkeley

Computer programmers take projects to UC Berkeley

September 23, 2013 | in Arts

Junior Ethan Kwan and sophomore Matthew Turney presented their computer programming projects at UC Berkeley on June 27. Computer class teacher Nathan Mattix, who accompanied the students, said that the professors at Cal were... Read More

The junior voice by Jake Henrikson

The junior voice by Jake Henrikson

June 10, 2013 | in Senior Voice

As the year begins to wind down, I hold on the hope that soon enough, after four long quarters of countless essays, books read, packets annotated, and Honors Chemistry tests cried over, the worst... Read More

Brandeau retires after 13 years

June 10, 2013 | in Campus

Counselor Pam Brandau decides that her time counseling at Millenium is up after 13 years of working there. “It feels like it’s the right time for me to let go,” said Brandau. “This job... Read More

Students retake AP entrance tests

June 10, 2013 | in News

Students get a second chance at making it into AP and Honors English by taking a retake test. AP English teacher Dr. Marks said, “this test gives students another chance to prove that they... Read More

Abel wins biology arm wrestling competition

Abel wins biology arm wrestling competition

May 2, 2013 | in Web

Sophomores Hunter Abel and Danielle Foreman won the annual arm wrestling competition put on by the biology teachers Shelley Seto and Andrew Willats. “Winning felt good and it made me feel accomplished,” Abel said.... Read More

7 questions with John Savage, former PHS student

7 questions with John Savage, former PHS student

April 8, 2013 | in Campus

1. What is it like being colleagues with some of your old teachers? It was weird at first because I didn’t know their first names. They’re supposed to be my colleagues so I shouldn’t... Read More

Spring Rally encourages class spirit

Spring Rally encourages class spirit

April 3, 2013 | in News

 Orange, blue, red, and green cover the gym from wall to wall as students laugh, chant, and yell with enthusiasm. The Spring Rally, the last rally of the year was held on Friday March... Read More

Basketball fights through injuries

February 5, 2013 | in Basketball

The basketball team hopes to keep working its way towards playoffs even while dealing with injuries. Junior Joseph Powell, senior Hayden Souza and freshman Sean Rodriguez have all been out for some part of... Read More