Articles by Sasha Costello

Summer is more than just a break

Summer is more than just a break

June 9, 2014 | in Opinions

“Psh, it’s only June. With a long summer ahead of me I’ll be done with college applications by January 1 without a problem. In fact, I’ll be done by the second week of summer... Read More

PAINTS finds support through birdhouse gala

PAINTS finds support through birdhouse gala

June 9, 2014 | in Arts

“Raise your hand if you’re an artist. Everybody raise your hand,” Mulberry’s Market owner Chad Olcott said as he emceed the 11th annual Bird House Gala PAINTS hosted in the garden of a lovely... Read More

Ceramics classes donate to PAINTS

Ceramics classes donate to PAINTS

May 13, 2014 | in Arts

With PAINTS’ 11th annual Bird House Gala approaching on May 30, ceramics students are busy preparing garden art to donate to the event. Among the artwork that PAINTS, a non-profit organization that supports the... Read More

Doctor outlines his journey to the big screen

Doctor outlines his journey to the big screen

April 10, 2014 | in Campus

  Sitting back on his light green sofa in jeans and blue Nikes, Pete Docter appears to be like any other person, and he is. “I just do what I love doing,” said Docter,... Read More

Students zoom in on D.C. through Close-up

Students zoom in on D.C. through Close-up

February 25, 2014 | in Campus

A group of 25 students, led by history teacher Allison Cota, went on the Washington D.C. Close Up trip over February break. Close Up is a hands-on government studies program that exposes students from... Read More

Mexico Magic reboots for 2014 trip

February 25, 2014 | in News

Bonding. Building. Bettering. Students will embark once more on the annual Piedmont Community Church Mexico Mission Trip this Spring Break. The trip, consisting of teams of 15 or 16 people, led by two parent... Read More

Neil Rothenberg coaching success continues this year

Neil Rothenberg coaching success continues this year

December 19, 2013 | in Tennis

On a sunny afternoon at the Piedmont Recreation Department tennis courts, Piedmont High School Varsity Tennis Coach Neil Rothenberg steps aside to talk to me as the women’s team warms up. Over the busy... Read More

Corey Reich embraces a full, active life, despite ALS

Corey Reich embraces a full, active life, despite ALS

December 19, 2013 | in Sports

An athlete, a Youth Educator, the most spirited guy on campus, he graduated from Piedmont High School in 2004 ready to begin the next chapter of his life at Middlebury College. After interning at... Read More

Troubadors spread holiday cheer

Troubadors spread holiday cheer

December 16, 2013 | in Web

The Troubadors decked the school halls with beautiful song on Friday Dec. 13 as part of the annual winter Holiday-O-Grams. During periods 3 and 5, they went from classroom to classroom, delivering roses, letters,... Read More

Senior voice: Stay focused but do not forget to look around

Senior voice: Stay focused but do not forget to look around

November 19, 2013 | in Senior Voice

We have come to the point that we have been waiting for since our freshman year- the year of having it all figured out. Ha! If only that were the truth. This is the... Read More