Articles by Mira Tellegen

Let’s save our school hours for academics

Let’s save our school hours for academics

March 28, 2017 | in Opinions

Swinging battered backpacks over one shoulder, gulping orange juice with bleary eyes, and hiking up to Magnolia Ave, we make our way to school every morning. The list of our reasons for this constant... Read More

Williamson tunes in to the arts community on and off stage

Williamson tunes in to the arts community on and off stage

March 7, 2017 | in Campus

As junior T.H. Williamson spins the dials on his large silver amp, the sound filling the room goes from the background noise at a country rodeo, to the harmonizing ballad of a independent rom-com,... Read More

OMG ‘Legally Blonde’ like, totally dazzles audiences

OMG ‘Legally Blonde’ like, totally dazzles audiences

February 7, 2017 | in Arts

As college applications take center stage for juniors and seniors, on the stage in the Alan Harvey Theater comes a tale of a girl who joins Harvard Law on a whim. If this seems... Read More

Cold hard cash: take the money and run… in those new YEEZYs

Cold hard cash: take the money and run… in those new YEEZYs

December 21, 2016 | in A Closer Look

High school life is portrayed the same way in every movie. Teen girls practically live at the mall and tote designer handbags, teen boys roam the halls in Nikes and Adidas that stink of... Read More

Dance showcase wows with dystopia, fisticuffs, puppeteers and robots

Dance showcase wows with dystopia, fisticuffs, puppeteers and robots

December 11, 2016 | in Web

“A lot of fantasy and fun.” These were the words that senior Princeton Liu used to describe the Winter Dance Concert his dance class presented on Dec 8, 2016 in the Alan Harvey Theater.... Read More

Photo Gallery: Dance Showcase

Photo Gallery: Dance Showcase

December 11, 2016 | in Photo Galleries

Courtesy of Alec Opdyke, Mira Tellegen and Joseph Chu... Read More

Men’s soccer kicks off their season with new coaches

Men’s soccer kicks off their season with new coaches

November 29, 2016 | in Soccer

The orange cones, placed every 15 yards methodically, shine dully under the fluorescent lights of Witter field. Soccer players clad in bright blue and green cluster in the far corner of the field, the... Read More

Teachers pilot new Testing Center

Teachers pilot new Testing Center

November 1, 2016 | in News

The PHS and MHS Testing Center opened its doors Tuesday, Oct. 11, allowing students to more easily make up or retake tests. The Testing Center, a small room connected to the library, is an... Read More

Mellas fills role of teacher and conductor in Mullan’s absence

Mellas fills role of teacher and conductor in Mullan’s absence

October 14, 2016 | in Arts

Long-term substitute Sara Mellas assumed the role of band teacher and conductor two weeks ago, filling in during music teacher Andria Mullan’s maternity leave. Mellas will remain at Piedmont until December, as Mullan will... Read More