Articles by Sara Siqueira

Hodgkinson designs her future around fashion

Hodgkinson designs her future around fashion

November 29, 2016 | in Arts

The neutral-colored fabric dances with every step as the audience filled with famous individuals admires the outfit. From the media risers she snaps a photo and tries to capture the liveliness of the fabric... Read More

Cheruiyot brings inspiration to Piedmont

Cheruiyot brings inspiration to Piedmont

November 22, 2016 | in Web

From a slum in Kenya to Stanford University. From walking miles to collect water to learning to drive a car. From borrowing his teacher’s textbook in order to do homework to studying at the... Read More

College and Career Center helps students shape future plans

College and Career Center helps students shape future plans

November 1, 2016 | in Campus

A student stares at a blank Google document trying to think of how to answer the question of how they have benefited their school in a way that will not bore an admissions officer,... Read More

Bring back learning outside of the classroom

Bring back learning outside of the classroom

October 13, 2016 | in Opinions

Rape culture. Pollution. Sleep Deprivation. Water shortages. Stereotypes. From my peers, I learned a little more about each of these issues on the 2016 Day of Service. For the past three years on a... Read More

Acuña takes on full-time role as Director of Athletics

Acuña takes on full-time role as Director of Athletics

September 20, 2016 | in News

The PUSD School Board approved Victor Acuña as the new full-time Director of Athletics in July of 2016. He was initially chosen for an interim position in the spring of 2016, but his extensive... Read More

Track races to the finish of their season at NCS

Track races to the finish of their season at NCS

June 8, 2016 | in Track and Field

Rounding the bend of the last lap, he pumps his arms and his frame of vision becomes a tunnel as the finish line comes into sight. With every stride the feeling in his legs... Read More

Students explore the world before hitting the books

Students explore the world before hitting the books

May 18, 2016 | in Campus

Wake up. Make breakfast. Drop the kids off at school. Do laundry. Visit the Louvre. Pick up the kids. Cook dinner. This is a day in the life of Encinal High School graduate, Rachel... Read More

I Search Night highlights freshman work

I Search Night highlights freshman work

May 7, 2016 | in Web

A student wanders around, glancing at the unique I Search covers, when one title catches her eye. Whether the topic is drumming, gender inequality in sports, driverless cars or communism versus socialism, the student... Read More

Marthinsen: teacher by day, softball player by night

Marthinsen: teacher by day, softball player by night

April 25, 2016 | in Campus

Forty one years. Five schools. Twelve different courses. Six thousand students. Throughout the years, math teacher Bill Marthinsen has only learned more about the teaching process and continues to tweak his approach in order... Read More

Unpacking the invisible backpack of privilege

Unpacking the invisible backpack of privilege

April 25, 2016 | in Opinions

Step forward if your parents received a higher education. Step back if you are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer.” The list went on as I found myself taking significantly more steps forward than... Read More