Articles by Maddie Wolfe

Campus Question: Standardized Testing advice

March 28, 2017 | in Web

Senior Maddy Tyler: I suggest getting a tutor or doing prep on your own, and taking the test multiple times to improve your score Junior Sylvie Rood: For the ACT essays, it’s about if... Read More

Living in the future takes away from the moment

Living in the future takes away from the moment

March 7, 2017 | in Opinions

The phrase “Just three months left!” rings through the senior class like a bell, chiming with the excitement and eagerness of closing old doors and opening new ones. While this chime acts as an... Read More

Film crew stories community

Film crew stories community

February 7, 2017 | in Arts

It’s a Tuesday afternoon and the PHS Film Crew gathers around a brown wooden table. Every crew member states a possible local film story they could cover for the film journalism project they are... Read More

Freshmen score women’s soccer varsity spots

Freshmen score women’s soccer varsity spots

December 21, 2016 | in Soccer

Cheers and names of players are yelled loudly while bodies shuffle forward to see the list of players who made the varsity women’s soccer team. Six freshman left the breezeway feeling very happy that... Read More

Piedmont community endures crime-ridden November

Piedmont community endures crime-ridden November

November 29, 2016 | in News

As of Nov. 13, there have been four armed robberies and five instances of breaking and entering in Piedmont during the past month, according to the Piedmont Police Department. Senior Nina Adarkar and her... Read More

Hood reaches Musical.ly fame

Hood reaches Musical.ly fame

November 1, 2016 | in Campus

“Aren’t you that girl from Musical.ly?” This is a common question that freshman Chloe Hood is greeted with. Hood filmed her first video for Musical.ly,  an application where people post clips of dances using... Read More

When do we cut the ties: health

When do we cut the ties: health

October 11, 2016 | in A Closer Look

The light blue door swings open, leading to the familiar office with the striped chairs. As she smiles and shakes your hand, the nervousness you felt preceding the appointment instantly vanishes with the comfort... Read More

The line between college talk and small talk

The line between college talk and small talk

September 20, 2016 | in Opinions

While college applications can be an all consuming process, the habitual conversations centered around the college process can be extremely frustrating. The blurred line between small talk and college talk needs to become one... Read More

Captains lead their teams on and off the field

Captains lead their teams on and off the field

June 8, 2016 | in Sports

Varsity girls lacrosse captain junior Sally Abel cranks up the volume of Taylor Swift’s newest hit and the hands of the girls on the varsity lacrosse team join together while their feet swiftly move... Read More

Flash Forward

Flash Forward

May 18, 2016 | in A Closer Look

You refresh the application on your iPhone to see a new face. You swipe right and instantly, you’re on your way to securing yourself a date. The percentage of 18- to 24-year-olds that use... Read More