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Breakfast Club toasts to first period with pancakes

Breakfast Club toasts to first period with pancakes

by | January 7, 2013

Students with a free first period often sleep in and come late to school, but now there is a reason to arrive at school early. Every other week during a free first period the... Read More

Students fear the end is near: December 21

Students fear the end is near: December 21

by | December 17, 2012

Right as you’re clicking submit on your history essay Friday night on TurnItIn.com at 11:59pm, the lost planet Nibiru collides with the earth. You die, and your essay is late. The world is rumored... Read More

The writings of Aristotle

The writings of Aristotle

by | December 17, 2012

When senior Aristotle Magganas opens up a book, he doesn’t start on the first page. Instead, he flips to center, searching for whatever piques his interest. “I don’t read cover to cover,” Magganas said.... Read More

SnapChatters exchange selfies daily, new fad unfolds

SnapChatters exchange selfies daily, new fad unfolds

by | November 26, 2012

Selfies: pictures taken of oneself while holding the camera at arms length, usually while posing. SnapChat, a free application designed to share photos quickly on the iPhone and Android, has become part of the... Read More

Foster engages students in MacBeth competition

Foster engages students in MacBeth competition

by | November 14, 2012

A curse on the play Macbeth states that if the word “Macbeth” is said in the theater, bad luck would be placed on all the actors in the play. English teacher Mercedes Foster has... Read More

Alone in America: Kevin Wei’s experience

Alone in America: Kevin Wei’s experience

by | November 13, 2012

A typical weekend for senior Kevin Wei includes watching TV shows, shopping, and listening to music, but he also cuts out time to pay utility bills, buy groceries, clean his house, and practice English.... Read More

Facebook page demands Piedmont’s return

Facebook page demands Piedmont’s return

by | November 13, 2012

Fingers furiously typing away on the keyboard responding to outlandish claims and accusations, how could people be so naïve? Such thoughts and actions have been provoked often on a recently created Facebook page, Return... Read More

Early decision applicants benefit from higher acceptance rates

Early decision applicants benefit from higher acceptance rates

by | November 13, 2012

The regular decision admittance rate to Ivy League universities for the class of 2016 was 7.9 percent. For students who submitted early, the admittance rate was 25.1 percent, according to the TheIvyCoach.com. Binding early... Read More

Sophomores star in circus shows, daring acts

Sophomores star in circus shows, daring acts

by and | October 29, 2012

They float through the air with the greatest of ease, these daring young teens on the flying trapeze. Sophomores Maddie Loduca and Danielle Foreman perform on the trapeze, ariel rope, ariel straps, double trapeze... Read More

Gamers combat at tutorial

Gamers combat at tutorial

by | October 29, 2012

The crowd roars as a geyser of light erupts from the side of the screen crowning a victor of the match. The video game club held a Super Smash Bros Brawl tournament on October... Read More