Articles by Maddie Wolfe

Men’s JV and varsity golf swing into spring season

Men’s JV and varsity golf swing into spring season

April 25, 2016 | in Golf

Staring out into the abyss of green, varsity golf team captain senior Cardell Mike lifts his golf club in preparation of his swing that will hopefully bolster their 7-4 record. Mike said that everyone... Read More

PSA film festival promotes service learning

PSA film festival promotes service learning

March 28, 2016 | in Web

Lights dim and a screen flashes to an image of crumbled pieces of paper reading self deprecating insults. A girl begins unraveling these papers and reads the hurtful comments. As she begins to break... Read More

We only win when it isn’t a competition

We only win when it isn’t a competition

March 28, 2016 | in Opinions

The 95 percent on your most recent math test gleams up at you in red, bold ink. The smile you try to hide is peaking through, reminding you that all that studying did pay... Read More

ASB seeks approval from the administration

ASB seeks approval from the administration

March 2, 2016 | in News

With the contrasting perspectives between student body and the administration, ASB often gets caught in the middle. Running events that are pleasing to both the administration and ASB can be difficult, and run the... Read More

Students engage in Service Learning Club

Students engage in Service Learning Club

February 29, 2016 | in Campus

Whether you’re building solar ovens or working at a soup kitchen, you are doing some kind of service on a spring morning. With a saw in one hand and a paint brush in the... Read More

2016 Bird Calling Contest takes flight

2016 Bird Calling Contest takes flight

February 3, 2016 | in Campus

With spring just around the corner, students have begun to think  about this year’s annual Bird Calling Contest, a contest that represents Piedmont through its quirky appeal and ongoing tradition. Shannon Overturf, the administrative... Read More

In pursuit of perfection

In pursuit of perfection

January 6, 2016 | in A Closer Look

… outside school With clenched fists, shaky legs, and a fear of public speaking, Dr. Amy Honigman delivers her wobbly speech to the Piedmont Community, unable to understand her own words without her thoughts... Read More

Anna Schacker: awake while you’re asleep

Anna Schacker: awake while you’re asleep

November 20, 2015 | in Campus

While your tired eyes read the 12 a.m. clock as you complete the last problem of your math homework, junior Anna Schacker has been sound asleep for the past five hours. Every night Schacker... Read More

Pep band arranges popular songs

Pep band arranges popular songs

October 28, 2015 | in Arts

She didn’t arrange the placement of the instruments, or direct the pep band through the piece, however she did make the stands at the homecoming rally explode with applause with her own arrangement of... Read More

Freshmen Run to Success on Varsity Cross Country

Freshmen Run to Success on Varsity Cross Country

October 3, 2015 | in Cross Country

As they approach the dusty finish line, persevering through their last step, the two girls finish the cross country race, smiling when hearing amid murmurs of “wow, they’re the freshmen.” Erin Hong and Margo... Read More