Articles by Margo Rosenbaum

Q&A with New Director of College and Career Center

Q&A with New Director of College and Career Center

September 16, 2017 | in Web

With former Director of the College and Career Center Allison Bly stepping down over the summer, PHS was unable to fill the position before the beginning of the school year. New Director of the... Read More

Solar Eclipse 2017 Photo Gallery

Solar Eclipse 2017 Photo Gallery

August 21, 2017 | in Photo Galleries

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Exiting faculty necessitates extensive hiring process

Exiting faculty necessitates extensive hiring process

May 23, 2017 | in News

The PUSD administration has begun the process of hiring new teachers to fill the positions of the nine teachers at PHS and MHS who will leave their positions at the end of the school... Read More

Junior Reece Proctor goes the distance

Junior Reece Proctor goes the distance

May 1, 2017 | in Track and Field

Pat. Pat. Pat. His sneaker-clad feet spring off the track as his long legs extend in stride. His short, galaxy shorts and purple and white singlet sway to the beat of his footsteps. Last... Read More

MHS community bonds over masquerade ball fundraiser

MHS community bonds over masquerade ball fundraiser

March 28, 2017 | in News

Millennium High School’s ASB and Parents Club hosted the annual MHS Community Dinner on March 19 at the Piemont Veterans Hall. The fundraising event occurred from 4:30-7 p.m., and included a catered dinner, silent... Read More

So you think horse back riding isn’t a sport?

So you think horse back riding isn’t a sport?

March 7, 2017 | in Opinions

Gripes about football weight room, soccer pacer tests and lacrosse sprints waft through the breezeway every day in jumbled waves. Heads nod throughout the crowd to signal their accordance with the grumblings. But when... Read More

Flooding washes up issues at Witter Field

Flooding washes up issues at Witter Field

February 7, 2017 | in Sports

Not fall season, not winter season, but rain season. A sea of Piedmont community members arrive at Witter Field carrying thin, wooden boards tucked tightly under their arms to participate in the field’s most... Read More

Homemade, store bought gifts spread holiday spirit

Homemade, store bought gifts spread holiday spirit

December 21, 2016 | in Arts

As soon as the final piece of pumpkin pie is served for the night, frost instantly fills the air, pale lights outline the silhouettes of houses, menorahs appear in windows and ‘Jingle Bell Rock’... Read More

Living the screenage dream: social media’s negative effects

Living the screenage dream: social media’s negative effects

November 29, 2016 | in A Closer Look

Nine hours. Running two marathons. Driving to Lake Tahoe and back. Taking two ACT tests. All of these can be done in less time than nine hours, the daily average a teenager spends on... Read More

‘Screenagers’ film teaches parents about technology

‘Screenagers’ film teaches parents about technology

November 21, 2016 | in Web

As the effulgent, glowing lights of the Alan Harvey Theater waned and the buzzing chatter of students and parents subsided, eager eyes locked onto the vast screen. For 70 minutes, an informative film about... Read More