Articles by Sara Siqueira

Leadership programs teach life lessons

Leadership programs teach life lessons

February 1, 2016 | in Opinions

Listening with my whole body. Encouraging others to share. These are skills I learned and improved through a leadership program’s training. Now, I have a whole lifetime with the power to put those skills... Read More

Colton shares her experiences with public relations

Colton shares her experiences with public relations

December 12, 2015 | in Web

A student scrolls through her Facebook timeline, seeing the photo albums of all her friends, when something strikes her attention. Spire, a wearable technology, monitors breathing to tell when someone is calm, focused or... Read More

livin’ on a prayer

livin’ on a prayer

November 20, 2015 | in A Closer Look

Freshman students in the World Cultures and Geography class scatter throughout Room 15, hunting for signatures to fill the neat boxes lined up on their paper. Typed in one of the boxes is the... Read More

parties in the u.s.a.

parties in the u.s.a.

November 20, 2015 | in A Closer Look

With a red tie, fake glasses, and a “Bernie Sanders 2016” campaign button, junior Emily Rexrode is ready for Halloween. Students recognize her costume right away, laughing in approval. Someone shouts, “Feel the Bern!”... Read More

PUSD representatives present on leadership

PUSD representatives present on leadership

October 28, 2015 | in News

PUSD representatives will present at the Norcal Safe and Healthy Schools Conference on how to implement positive peer pressure and start leadership programs on Nov. 13. The conference will be held on the UC... Read More

ASB begins the school year with new visions

ASB begins the school year with new visions

October 26, 2015 | in Campus

“A leader is sweet. They are compassionate, and really care about everyone around them,” said Vice President senior Jenny Hosler as she dumps a full bag of sugar onto ASB President senior Maryse Suppiger.... Read More