The jewelry elective at Allderdice has always been very popular among students. Although many Allderdice students participate in making jewelry, only a few students have the opportunity to display their creations.
Year after year, just hours after carving the turkey, thousands of consumers gather to stores all over for the largely discounted prices. This ritual is called Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving. The sales are grand and holiday spirit is in the air, but in order to enjoy this wonderful day, one has to know how to shop on Black Friday.
It’s getting colder and the leaves are starting to fall, fast. It’s time for a wardrobe update. So put those flip-flops and shorts to rest, and pull out your fall and winter clothes.
Junior Suzy Weiss has the kind of style that stands out in the crowded halls of Allderdice. Weiss gave The Foreword an insight into the mind of a budding style icon.
Styles are always evolving. One of the most popular styles, which I have dubbed the “cliché swag” look, is one of the most prominent at Allderdice. This look usually consists of a snapback hat, a pair of Nike shoes, a t-shirt of either a sports team or some phrase, cargo shorts/blue jeans, and mid-calf socks. This look is incredibly overdone, and has reached a point where it is remarkably unoriginal.
Period Ten: You hear the words over the announcements, but what exactly is it? Period Ten, along with after-school tutoring programs provide crucial assistance to students.
The ninth grade demonstrated their love for Allderdice by beautifying and improving the grounds with help from a grant from the mayor’s office.
Three religious leaders in the Pittsburgh community held a forum with Allderdice students to discuss diversity in the school, city, and country.
Renowned journalist Sharon Epperson spoke to current journalism students in the room where her career began.
Rob Marshall, Allderdice Hall of Fame inductee, returned to his roots and spoke to students about his time in high school and his movie-making career since then.