Articles by Peter Hession

PHS students accept ROTC scholarships

PHS students accept ROTC scholarships

January 7, 2013 | in News

Seniors Ryan Sullivan and Charles Tuan, the only two in the graduating class planning to participate in the program, accepted ROTC scholarships for their prospective colleges this November, . Of the 5000 candidates from... Read More

Rodriguez and Torio first varsity freshmen since ’92

Rodriguez and Torio first varsity freshmen since ’92

December 17, 2012 | in Basketball

As the Highlanders gear up for their first league game in the new West Alameda County Conference (WACC), fans will be focused on what the starting lineup can muster against perennial powerhouses like Castro... Read More

Civics, economics encourages activism in seniors

Civics, economics encourages activism in seniors

October 29, 2012 | in A Closer Look

As November 6 draws closer, the relevance of local, regional, and national politics is surging for all American citizens; including that for students at PHS, who are playing an active role in a variety... Read More

Dean aspires to follow Frost’s footsteps

Dean aspires to follow Frost’s footsteps

October 22, 2012 | in Cross Country

Athletes, coaches, and spectators all know that high school sport programs have revolving doors. As the older experienced seniors leave, the younger crop of underclassmen steps in to fill the spot in hopes of... Read More

Store employee describes telltale signs of a fake ID holder

Store employee describes telltale signs of a fake ID holder

October 8, 2012 | in A Closer Look

As a Montclair Mart worker stands behind the counter early one Friday evening, a young man pushes open the door and walks up to the register. This customer peers at the plethora of liquors... Read More