Articles by Megan Bryan

Love at first swipe

Love at first swipe

May 18, 2016 | in A Closer Look

Nothing says romance like a Facebook notification from that special someone. Half of all American teens have expressed romantic interest through Facebook or another social media site, according to the Pew Research Center. But... Read More

Student directors and actors roar in ‘Tigers Be Still’

Student directors and actors roar in ‘Tigers Be Still’

April 25, 2016 | in Web

One overstuffed couch surrounded by garbage opposite an immaculately neat desk and the American flag. The audience continues to chatter as they file into their seats, lights dim and the crowd is silent with... Read More

Jazz Band to perform at Yoshi’s on May 17

Jazz Band to perform at Yoshi’s on May 17

April 25, 2016 | in Arts

After months and months of practice, the PHS jazz band is prepped and primed for its annual performance at the esteemed Yoshi’s restaurant. On May 17 the PHS jazz band will perform at Yoshi’s,... Read More

“Wake up, eat breakfast, check the stocks”

“Wake up, eat breakfast, check the stocks”

April 1, 2016 | in Campus

Investors in the stock market wake up every morning and check their stocks. Some PHS students do the same, “For some people it has become a morning ritual,” said junior Jordan Marcus, who is... Read More

Students cycle with Oakland Composite team

Students cycle with Oakland Composite team

February 29, 2016 | in Sports

Everything in the park, from the clear sky to the birds resting on the branches of the trees, echoes a feeling a serenity. All of a sudden the calm is shattered by the whir... Read More

Culinary Arts class donates extra food

Culinary Arts class donates extra food

February 3, 2016 | in Campus

At the end of every week, all of the food that faculty and students did not consume that week gets left behind, but it doesn’t just sit there. The leftover lunches, cookies and fruits... Read More

Keep talking about terrorism

Keep talking about terrorism

December 14, 2015 | in Opinions

Friday, November 13.  I was sitting in my seventh period class when I got the notification about the bombings in Paris.  My phone buzzed, and I quickly shut it off, unaware of what had... Read More

Japanese internment camp survivor speaks to students

December 4, 2015 | in Web

On Nov. 18, Japanese internment camp survivor Joe Yasutake came to Piedmont High School to speak about his experiences.   Yasutake is the Vice President of the Japanese American Museum of San Jose and... Read More

Students to immerse in Nicarguan culture

Students to immerse in Nicarguan culture

November 20, 2015 | in Campus

This summer, Piedmont High School students will have the opportunity to spend two weeks in Nicaragua working on their language skills and doing community service. The trip is from June 13 through 25 and... Read More

Series continues with “Hunting Ground”

Series continues with “Hunting Ground”

October 30, 2015 | in News

“The Hunting Ground,” a documentary about rape and sexual assault on college campuses, will be shown later this month as part of the Piedmont Appreciating Diversity Film Series. The series was started by the... Read More