Articles by Margo Rosenbaum

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

Vernacchio redefines healthy relationships in terms of pizza

Vernacchio redefines healthy relationships in terms of pizza

November 1, 2016 | in News

High school sexuality teacher and guest speaker Al Vernacchio spoke to students in the Healthy Relationships Assembly on Monday, Oct. 17. The assembly occurred in the Alan Harvey Theater in two sessions during fourth... Read More

Spotlight shines on “Stop Kiss”

Spotlight shines on “Stop Kiss”

October 14, 2016 | in Arts

As terrorism and frightful acts become increasingly persistent throughout the United States, Piedmont High School acting students decide to shine the Allen Harvey Theater spotlight on this issue. Seniors Nina Adarkar and Leah Kochendoerfer... Read More