Articles by Mira Tellegen

Call, Hung, Garcia leap into Cal dance group

Call, Hung, Garcia leap into Cal dance group

January 16, 2018 | in Arts

At age five, children spend winter afternoons watching animated shows about ballerinas, at age seven they dress in tutus and pink shoes for Halloween, and at age 13 they may still bust a move... Read More

New history teacher Michael Sandberg to begin student instruction on Dec. 11

New history teacher Michael Sandberg to begin student instruction on Dec. 11

December 11, 2017 | in News

On Nov. 27, an email from principal Adam Littlefield announced the hire of Michael Sandberg to fill the vacancy left in the history department when history teacher Mark Cowherd resigned. Sandberg will begin teaching... Read More

Q and A With Incoming History Teacher Michael Sandberg

Q and A With Incoming History Teacher Michael Sandberg

December 5, 2017 | in Web

Michael Sandberg was recently selected to fill the open teaching position in the Social Studies Department. He has taught history at Seven Hills Middle School for the last 25 years and served as an... Read More

Dancers take the audience around the world and through the ages

December 5, 2017 | in Web

At the winter dance concert, the audience saw members of the dance class imitate a medieval court dance, don flapper outfits to emulate the 1920s, re-enact Alice in Wonderland, and pop and lock. The... Read More

Are you a foodie?

Are you a foodie?

November 8, 2017 | in A Closer Look

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Revitalize Academic Integrity

Revitalize Academic Integrity

October 17, 2017 | in Opinions

Craning your neck to see a peer’s scantron, copy-pasting a plagiarized essay from Google, rifling through a teacher’s desk in search of a test. In combatting this type of student indiscretion, Piedmont’s Academic Integrity... Read More

Fierro brings new ideas as MHS principal

Fierro brings new ideas as MHS principal

September 19, 2017 | in Campus

From the tin of granola bars on her side table to the princess bandaids in her bottom drawer to the colorful children’s paintings that adorn her walls, new MHS principal Shannon Fierro has already... Read More

CSSSA  provides both social and artistic opportunities

CSSSA provides both social and artistic opportunities

September 19, 2017 | in Arts

“Life changing is a phrase that’s thrown around a lot but I feel in this case it’s pretty accurate,” said junior Rachel Elliott of her experience at the California State Summer School for the... Read More

Summer of Work

Summer of Work

May 23, 2017 | in A Closer Look

Cold hard cash. Every teenager’s dream. However, teenagers who work in the summer find that they aren’t just boosting the numbers in their bank account, but learning so much more about themselves and the... Read More

Seizing the Summer SeaSUN

Seizing the Summer SeaSUN

May 23, 2017 | in A Closer Look

As the school year winds to a close, students soldier through AP exams, study for finals, and wrap up curriculum in their diverse course selections. With each passing day, the ticking of the classroom... Read More