Articles by Kate Bott

Measure H Faceoff

Measure H Faceoff

May 30, 2014 | in Opinions

PRO Rundown, not handicapped accessible, old, and unsafe. The existing Alan Harvey Theater is nowhere near up to par with the rest of Piedmont High School. Measure H, on the June 3 ballot, will... Read More

Absences, injuries, and repurcussions

May 13, 2014 | in A Closer Look

It was the BSAL championship qualifying jump. I flew over the high jump bar, as I would any other jump. Standing up from my jump my arm felt increasingly numb and limp, unsure of... Read More

F is for…

April 10, 2014 | in A Closer Look

Failing to reach your goals My fingers whiz across the keyboard. Clack clack clack. Done. I click print and listen for the rumble of the printer coming to life in the other room. I... Read More

Face-off: the Debutante Ball

Face-off: the Debutante Ball

February 27, 2014 | in Opinions

GO Her hands rebuilt homes in Oakland, moved while in a production of a school play, held a pen while taking notes on a community service meeting, and worked to make meals at the... Read More

Keep Social Psychology classes

Keep Social Psychology classes

January 31, 2014 | in Opinions

Social Psychology; “a discovery course that focuses on helping teens arrive at informed decisions about how to take responsibility for their health and behavior. Topics to be explored include: health and wellness, stress, peer... Read More

Photo Galleries: Winter Rally 2013

Photo Galleries: Winter Rally 2013

December 19, 2013 | in Photo Galleries

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Advanced courses take a toll on students’ schedules

December 18, 2013 | in A Closer Look

Achieving a 4.0 was once the highest accomplishment a student could earn. Now, with an increasing number of Advanced Placement and Honors courses, a 4.0 is no longer enough for students. With 18 honors... Read More

Photo galleries: 20’s night

Photo galleries: 20’s night

December 16, 2013 | in Photo Galleries

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What to wear to 20’s night

What to wear to 20’s night

December 11, 2013 | in Web

Price: $ For the cheapest costume, thrift and second-hand stores have a wide variety of both used costumes and vintage outfits. Haight Street is known for it’s exuberant fashion, perfect for the 1920’s themed... Read More

Germans train with Oakland Strokes

Germans train with Oakland Strokes

November 19, 2013 | in Sports

German rowers traveled 5658 miles away from their homes to train with the Oakland Strokes crew team. Strokes hosted 20 rowers from Germany, two of which stayed with Piedmont students. Crew members sophomore Maryse... Read More