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Men’s short shorts making a comeback

Men’s short shorts making a comeback

by | March 20, 2013

Rejoice! Once again, short shorts are returning to popular society, but with an unexpected twist. In a classic trend reborn, fashionable guys everywhere are reintroducing men’s short shorts to the world through the brand... Read More

Use proper grammar to score chicks

Use proper grammar to score chicks

by | March 20, 2013

So I’m Facebook chatting with this cute guy. Everything’s great, were talking about the Forty Niners in the Super Bowl, which is currently playing on the TV in front of me. Suddenly, he chats... Read More

Piedmont Compliments hinders more meaningful personal interactions

Piedmont Compliments hinders more meaningful personal interactions

by | February 27, 2013

“He is the cause of all my happiness.” “Her hair smells amazing.” “I don’t know a girl that would not jump on that.” These are just some of the few odd compliments shown on... Read More

Applicants should test local waters

Applicants should test local waters

by | February 25, 2013

We’ve all heard about the magical cliché that some people walk onto a college campus and they “just know” it’s the place for them. According to the US Department of Education, the number of... Read More

The senior voice: in February

by | February 25, 2013

The day I got into college, I decided to skip a single assignment as an acknowledgement of my status as a definite future college student. I chose a short one: just a few notes... Read More

Food service swindles students out of their money

Food service swindles students out of their money

by | February 25, 2013

Everyday I walk into food service. Before making my way to the back of the queue, I always head to the cash register to glance over the various menu offerings and their respective prices.... Read More

Spice up sophomore year

by | February 14, 2013

I am sitting in class and suddenly a scantron is slapped onto my desk with a fat, red 50% scrawled on top. I failed a test. The bell rings and I go to my... Read More

Food for thought: How we can improve the food drive

Food for thought: How we can improve the food drive

by | January 31, 2013

In early December, the ASB class had just found out the annual contenders in the 6th period food drive competition—Mrs. Labberton, Mr. Marthinsen, and Ms. Reid—did not have 6th period classes. The three “big... Read More

The senior voice: in January

The senior voice: in January

by | January 29, 2013

BOOYAH! It is second semester and I am ready to party. As the days begin to warm, other students may find me casually strolling around the halls during extended “bathroom breaks,” sporting flip-flops, Hawaiian... Read More

The reason behind TPH’s declassified school survival guide

by | January 29, 2013

The freshman, sophomore, and junior classes are in the course selection process for the 2013-14 school year, which inspired the editorial board to reflect on our underclassmen years and the unknowns that came along... Read More