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International students bring new cultural perspectives to campus

International students bring new cultural perspectives to campus

by | January 16, 2018

Salted butter. Disrespectful teens. Asking someone how they are without really caring. To most U.S. natives, these customs may not seem abnormal or foreign. But to people who have lived in other countries, these... Read More

Students help others bundle up for winter through coat drive

Students help others bundle up for winter through coat drive

by | January 16, 2018

The cold, crisp winter breeze blows throughout the Bay Area. To most, it is a cheerful sign that winter is here. But for others, it is a reminder of the necessary clothing items that... Read More

College and Career Center opens its doors for junior meetings

College and Career Center opens its doors for junior meetings

by | January 16, 2018

The maroon clusters of trees beam in the dim, sunlit morning. Tall buildings lined with red bricks tower over the vegetative lawn, encompassed by fall foliage that ventures far out into the countryside. “There’s... Read More

Venturing Crews teach leadership and community involvement

by | January 16, 2018

Community service, high adventure, film, photography, and cooking do not usually have a lot in common. But, actually, all of these activities are parts of different Venturing Crews. Venturing is a subsection of the... Read More

Pen pal letters connect Piedmont and Japanese students

Pen pal letters connect Piedmont and Japanese students

by | January 16, 2018

Details about Shinto burial customs, an explanation of the attached condensed milk candy, offers of a place to stay when visiting Japan. These are all snippets of letters exchanged between 14 to 15-year-old U.S.... Read More

Motorsports and Engineering club jump starts interest in mechanics

Motorsports and Engineering club jump starts interest in mechanics

by | December 11, 2017

Blotches of thick, black grease are swiped across the jeans of senior John Jogopulos as he reaches into the motor of an old, broken down truck. The 1982 Ford F-250 pickup truck is not... Read More

PCSC builds relationships with Burmese students through tutoring service

PCSC builds relationships with Burmese students through tutoring service

by | December 11, 2017

At 3:15 p.m. on a weekday afternoon, some students rush off to soccer practice or walk home to watch tv. Other kids, Piedmont Community Service Crew (PCSC) members, head off to their tutoring session... Read More

Jewish Student Union reforms religious discussion

Jewish Student Union reforms religious discussion

by | December 11, 2017

“Food, news, and all types of Jews,” said co-president of Jewish Student Union senior Zoe Levin. Stepping into room 17 during a typical Tuesday lunch, one can find just that and more at Jewish... Read More

Humans, orcs, dragonborns join together at D&D club

Humans, orcs, dragonborns join together at D&D club

by , and | December 11, 2017

Two opposing teams strategize to take each other down before the game starts. Every player acts as a character with different attributes and skills, trying to lead their team to victory. The game master,... Read More

Cyber Patriots revolutionize computer repair competitions

Cyber Patriots revolutionize computer repair competitions

by | December 11, 2017

Six hours. Five hours and 59 seconds. Five hours and 58 seconds. The timer counts down as three boys start their mission to completely secure a computer in only six hours. Meet the Cyber... Read More