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Senior voice: in December

Senior voice: in December

by | December 17, 2012

I was not the senior typing furiously on my essay that could not even take a 2-minute break because the deadline for my college application was due that night. That phenomenon of procrastination affects... Read More

Seniors should know college admission etiquette

Seniors should know college admission etiquette

by | December 12, 2012

“Got into Tulane!”, “Accepted by Oregon!”, “Guess who’s 5 for 5?!” As Early Action acceptances have begun to trickle out, social media has begun to be filled with updates on who has been accepted... Read More

Quad should be revamped

Quad should be revamped

by | November 26, 2012

Have you ever been bothered by the long, scratchy, irritating grass in the quad? Have your eyes ever been scorched by the sun reflecting off the blindingly white food service building? Have you ever been... Read More

Senior voice: in November

Senior voice: in November

by | November 14, 2012

This year we have been bombarded with questions like: How was the SAT? How are college apps coming? Where do you want to go to college? And what do you want to study? It’s... Read More

Coaches should encourage respect on, off the field

by | November 14, 2012

The student athlete conferences will cover sportsmanship, a virtue that has not been emphasized since peewee soccer. These meetings will be effective for the beginning of the season, but at the high school level,... Read More

Students imprisoned at Homecoming

Students imprisoned at Homecoming

by | November 14, 2012

 I have been at this dance for over an hour and the music is starting to get irritating, as I hear the familiar pop songs that have been overplayed. I forgot to eat dinner earlier,... Read More

TPH shares student voice, administrative side of FSL

TPH shares student voice, administrative side of FSL

by | October 30, 2012

The TPH editorial board has spent the last week gathering information about the Fantasy Slut League from students and administrators in an effort to validate Principal Rich Kitchen’s letter sent out to the parents... Read More

Break out of the Piedmont bubble

Break out of the Piedmont bubble

by | October 29, 2012

At every Piedmont party, kick-it, or get together there is a surprising lack of students from other schools. But we don’t notice it; it’s normal to us. We know the kids at our school... Read More

Students should inform themselves on the election

by | October 29, 2012

With the election coming up, there has been a lot of discussion on Facebook and Twitter about which candidate is smarter, which candidate is a better speaker, and even which candidate has a bigger... Read More

Civics, Econ should not force weighty out-of-class requirements

Civics, Econ should not force weighty out-of-class requirements

by | October 22, 2012

For seniors, the word hectic doesn’t even begin to describe the month of October. We are just getting back into the swing of things, except this year our classes are even more arduous and... Read More