Articles by Luna Manolis

Seniors honored at annual awards night

Seniors honored at annual awards night

May 29, 2015 | in Web

On Wednesday, May 27, Senior Award Night was held in the PMS Multipurpose Room at 7 p.m. The ceremony is meant to honor and reward high achieving seniors in multiple areas of talent. Teachers... Read More

Relax the skirts

Relax the skirts

May 12, 2015 | in Opinions

Knock knock. Who’s there? The 1950’s — they want their sexism back. Ever since I can remember, my lacrosse uniform has consisted of a jersey with my favorite number five, a pair of bright... Read More

Music classes compete throughout US

Music classes compete throughout US

April 24, 2015 | in Arts

The Heritage Festival is an event where a capella, orchestra, and band classes are allowed the opportunity to express themselves musically with other high schools throughout the country. Each class goes to a different... Read More

Civics students speak out

Civics students speak out

April 23, 2015 | in Campus

Civics students have proven that local youth have an more voice in the Piedmont community than students previously thought. Civics teachers Dave Keller and Katie Terhar have been sending students to a multitude of... Read More

Activists speak through ceramics project

March 18, 2015 | in Arts

The ceramics classes participated in an “Art is Activism” project where students created pieces allowing them to bring forth issues that are important to them and the world around them. “The Ai Weiwei art... Read More

Embrace the binge

Embrace the binge

March 18, 2015 | in Opinions

My eyes burn as I reluctantly close my computer screen. I quickly glance at my phone to see the numbers 2:36 a.m. glaring into my sore eyes. As I roll over in my bed... Read More

Artists build portfolios for college

Artists build portfolios for college

December 4, 2014 | in Arts

AP art students are pursuing their skills and aspirations by applying for art scholarships and majors in college. Students who want to continue their love for art are doing so by submitting certain pieces... Read More

Student atheletes signed to play sports in college

Student atheletes signed to play sports in college

November 21, 2014 | in Web

Today at lunch, the library hosted a celebration for seniors Maddie Baum and Sarah Mooney to sign to college for sports. Baum signed to University of Denver for division 1 lacrosse and Mooney for... Read More

Willats promotes summer Belize trip for all

Willats promotes summer Belize trip for all

October 14, 2014 | in Campus

Science teacher Andrew Willats is promoting a trip to Belize over the summer through a program called Ecology Project International. The cost of the nine day trip is about $3,000. It will be from... Read More

Official visits provide college-life experience

Official visits provide college-life experience

September 26, 2014 | in Sports

With their final year ahead, senior athletes are getting a head start by going on official visits to colleges to play sports. “Official visits allow you to stay with students, attend classes, and get... Read More