Articles by Sam Hunt

Gavin Newsom speaks at Millennium

Gavin Newsom speaks at Millennium

February 25, 2015 | in Campus

Lieutenant Governor of California Gavin Newsom visited Millennium on Jan. 29 to speak to the school. History teacher Ken Brown said the idea of Newsom speaking to the civics class started with a unit... Read More

Advanced acting class brings out laughter in The Foreigner

Advanced acting class brings out laughter in The Foreigner

November 18, 2014 | in Web

On Thursday Nov. 13 and Saturday Nov. 15 the advanced acting class performed The Foreigner by Larry Shue. Seniors Tatum Burnett, David Ehrlich, Jo Ireland, Nathan Kruger, Walter Le Duy, Luke Smith, and junior... Read More

Wishing you a Merry Hallowgivingmas

Wishing you a Merry Hallowgivingmas

November 4, 2014 | in Opinions

“Just to be clear this is not a Christmas commercial.” Oh but that is simply not true. That was the opening line to a Kmart ad in Sept. promoting a Christmas sale. But instead... Read More

Mock elections engage students with politics

Mock elections engage students with politics

November 4, 2014 | in News

While all students receive a vote in the ASB spring election, only a select number of students, older than 18 and registered to vote, will receive a ballot in this year’s midterm election. Student... Read More

Anonymity

Anonymity

October 14, 2014 | in A Closer Look

Behind the screen one can lose their identity. They can become lost in a sea comments between fellow internet users. Internet anonymity affects how people act when on the internet and how people perceive... Read More

Face-off: New Bell Schedule

Face-off: New Bell Schedule

September 26, 2014 | in Opinions

PRO: Seventy minutes every week. Seventy minutes of sleep. Seventy minutes of homework. Seventy minutes not in school. The new schedule has been successful in alleviating stress and giving us more time in our... Read More

Womens lacrosse makes history, wins league, gets to NCS finals

Womens lacrosse makes history, wins league, gets to NCS finals

June 9, 2014 | in Lacrosse

NCS. To the Piedmont womens lacrosse team those three letters mean so much. They are the end of a season, either triumphant or in disappointment. They are the goals of preseason, when every team... Read More

Advanced acting students perform one act plays

Advanced acting students perform one act plays

May 17, 2014 | in Web

Thought provoking. Laughter. On Thursday May 15, and Friday May 16 the Piedmont High School advanced acting class performed two one act plays, first Eleemosynary, and second Black Comedy. Both plays lasted 45 minutes... Read More

Technovation challenges female students programmers

May 13, 2014 | in Campus

Typing away at her keyboard, she is working diligently. Computers surround her as she continues her toil. This is an uncommon scene in the tech industry because of its heavy male dominance; there are... Read More

Diversity film traces basketball star Jeremy Lin

Diversity film traces basketball star Jeremy Lin

April 10, 2014 | in Arts

Linsanity, a documentary about the rise and challenges of Asian-American basketball star Jeremy Lin, visited Piedmont as students in economics classes looked to fulfill their speaker series assignment. Economics teacher Gabrielle Kashani added the... Read More