Presidential Platforms

Amanda Houtz, Reporter

With the frequent gesticulations of Donald Trump, the seemingly constant laughter from Hillary Clinton, and of course the constant digs between each nominee, the theatrics of last night’s presidential debate overshadowed the important policies of the candidates. In case you missed the brief mentions of policies, here are the candidate...  Read More »

Sep 28

Mosque of Orlando shooter burned down

Katherine Boyd, Writer

On September 11, 2016, the morning of the 15th anniversary of the deadly plane crashes, a Florida mosque was intentionally set on fire. This particular mosque was attended by the Pulse shooter.

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Sep 21

M.U.N. is F.U.N

Isabelle Spelta, Writer

Model United Nations sign-ups are happening until September 13th. Students will choose an allotted interview time upon signing up. The sign-up sheet is outside of room 411 at PVHS. This club is one of the greatest experiences at PVHS. Don’t miss out; sign up! Model United Nations, a student run organization at PVHS, is a challenging but ...  Read More »

Sep 7

AP Tests Undergo Changes

Dustin Hartuv

The AP exams have been unsurprisingly altered once again for the 2015-2016 school year. It seems that every year, the Advanced Placement (AP) examinations offered by the College Board increase in difficulty extensively, with students struggling to pass the exams for subjects considered effortless by college standards. Two courses in parti...  Read More »

Dec 18

College Application Season

Sophie Brenton

Fall, a time where the summer starts to fade away and hard work comes in to play. For seniors all around the nation this is one of the most stressful times of their entire lives. Why you may ask? It’s all because of College Applications. Most college applications start allowing you to fill them out around September and November. In most...  Read More »

Dec 18

Korean Delegation Visits PVHS

Korean Delegation Visits PVHS

Andy Kim

From the cool ocean breeze to the vast view of the ocean, privilege is something Sea Kings can easily take for granted. The school hosts great...  Read More »

Dec 18

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Hilary Trumps Donald in First Debate

Allie Cromer, Opinion editor

Yesterday the nation turned it’s attention to the highly anticipated Presidential Debate, the first of three. Many people, especially undecided voters, were hoping the candida...  Read More »

September 27, 2016

Designated Survivor: review and spoilers of first episode

September 27, 2016

Article II, Section 3 of the Constitution states that “He shall from time to time give to Congress information of the ...  Read More »

Generation Z and 9/11: an open letter

September 11, 2016

Today is a day of remembrance for so many people whose lives felt the direct impact of the 9/11 attacks fifteen years ago....  Read More »

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Game Review: Ori and the Blind Forest

Cashel Downs, Writer

Does anyone remember those 2-D, pixelated platform games? Early Super Mario, Metroid, and Castlevania?. In multiple gaming review sites, Ori and the Blind Forest is being called the “Metroidvania” of the current generation console. Combined with Metacritic’s rating of 88% and Steam’s rating of 10/10, it’s safe to say that this title is a compliment.

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September 28, 2016

  • Kubo and the Two Strings: The Magic of Storytelling September 19, 2016
  • The Underexposed Art June 9, 2014
  • Spring Fashion March 12, 2014

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UCLA v. Stanford

Amanda Houtz, Writer

     Although a cardinal seems a nonexistent threat to a bruin, the UCLA v Stanford football game this Saturday was a different story.      Taking place in the Rose Bowl in Pas...  Read More »

September 27, 2016

Senior Holt Swings to The Top

December 18, 2015

For most students at PVHS, sports are just seen as games. However, this is not the case for varsity and nationally ranked...  Read More »

A Passion for A Game, Soon to Make History

November 20, 2015

Having the stereotype that history is a boring subject, many students dislike reading and listening to lectures about people...  Read More »

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Game Review: Ori and the Blind Forest

Cashel Downs, Writer

Does anyone remember those 2-D, pixelated platform games? Early Super Mario, Metroid, and Castlevania?. In multiple gaming review sites, Ori and the Blind Forest is being called the “Metroidvania” of the current generation console. Combined with Metacritic’s rating of 88% and Steam’s rating of 10/10, it’s safe to say that this title is a compliment.

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September 28, 2016

  • Designated Survivor: review and spoilers of first episode September 27, 2016
  • Kubo and the Two Strings: The Magic of Storytelling September 19, 2016
  • 10 Movies to Look for this Fall September 16, 2016

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