Articles by Teddy Staley

Unused art storage room converts to digital media lab

Unused art storage room converts to digital media lab

June 8, 2016 | in Arts

Traditionally, when people hear the word “art,” an image of primary colored paint and canvas come to mind. However, in accordance to the technological advances of the 21st century, art has become increasingly advanced... Read More

Student directed ‘[Title of Show]’ wows audience, gets a visit from writer

Student directed ‘[Title of Show]’ wows audience, gets a visit from writer

May 17, 2016 | in Web

Eyebrows raised, jaws dropped and uncontrollable smiles; the excitement didn’t end for the cast of “[title of show]” when the stage lights turned off. The first time the cast of “[title of show]” performed,... Read More

Numbers don’t add up to academic achievement

Numbers don’t add up to academic achievement

March 28, 2016 | in Opinions

Three, two, one. Whether it’s the one on your sports uniform or your zip code, numbers are a platform of identification in our daily lives. When it comes time to determine the valedictorian of... Read More

Morgan Ellis skis through winter at Sugar Bowl

Morgan Ellis skis through winter at Sugar Bowl

February 29, 2016 | in Sports

Third quarter for most PHS students entails warmer weather and a potential transition into another season of a sport or a new field of academics to explore. However, for freshman Morgan Ellis, ski attire... Read More

Ellis dives into role as starting varsity goalkeeper

Ellis dives into role as starting varsity goalkeeper

February 5, 2016 | in Soccer

A six-foot-tall Division 1-bound soccer player charges down the field and takes a shot aiming for the top right corner of the goal, but it’s stopped as the goalie jumps up and springs herself... Read More

Baked goods combat Syrian Civil War

Baked goods combat Syrian Civil War

February 1, 2016 | in Campus

Baked goods are often deemed guilty pleasures consumed to fulfill a sweet tooth, but Culture Club members have proved that cookies and cupcakes can help combat major issues worldwide. On Saturday Nov. 14, Culture... Read More

Gymnast sophomore Kylie Hilton raises the bar

Gymnast sophomore Kylie Hilton raises the bar

November 20, 2015 | in Sports

When kids are young, they often bounce around from sport to sport. However, for sophomore Kylie Hilton, gymnastics has been apart of her daily schedule for the majority of her life. Hiltons affinity for... Read More

New standards affect science

New standards affect science

October 28, 2015 | in News

The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), created by the the National Research Council (NRC) have begun to change science classes at Piedmont High School, in that they require an emphasis on earth science, and... Read More

Taking a shot at alcohol

Taking a shot at alcohol

October 14, 2015 | in A Closer Look

It starts by nonchalantly stealing varying volumes of your parents’ liquor, hoping they won’t notice, and progresses to keeping a straight face at the Safeway checkout counter as your 20 dollar bill and fake... Read More

Quiet, testing in progress

Quiet, testing in progress

May 12, 2015 | in Opinions

You know, I know, we all know that at times school is, for lack of a better word, stressful. There have been nights where I’ve stayed up trying to get my work done, either... Read More