Violence and hate following election results

Katherine Boyd, Writer

     While the results of the 2016 Presidential election have left many in shock, it has spurred others into action. With Anti-Trump protests all over the country, many hope that their voice will be heard and the president-elect will be impeached. However, it seems that the peaceful approach is loosing ground to a more violent reaction thro...  Read More »

Dec 1

California’s Single-User Restrooms Become ‘Gender Neutral’ by Law

Ariel Noh, Writer

In the future, single-user restrooms in public buildings throughout California will be "gender neutral," meaning all people are welcome to use them regardless of their gender identities. This is the result of a new legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.      The new law will be in effect starting March 1, 2017, in order to give bus...  Read More »

Nov 15

Anti-Trump riots

Isabelle Spelta, Writer

     Ever since Donald Trump announced that he was running for president, the country has been violently split between Democrats and Republicans. At first, many believed this to be a hoax, but soon he received a large following and became a serious candidate. After months and months of fierce competition between Trump and his opponent,...  Read More »

Nov 14

Vaccinations now required in order to enroll in school

Jacob Dominguez, Writer

On June 30th, 2015, Governor Jerry Brown passed the California Vaccination Bill, and now a year later the bill has finally gone into effect. It is now mandatory to receive every up-to-date vaccine in order to enroll in any private or public school, day care, preschool, and afterschool programs. The bill also states student who do not ...  Read More »

Nov 11

PV parking woes

Audrey Chung, Writer

Most students have their own cars and drive themselves to school. The school offers parking in any of the lots provided and on the streets directly adjacent to the school - Cloyden Road, Via Pacheco, and Epping Road. The school also suggests public parking at the Lunada Bay Little League Field.    However, students claim there are not enough...  Read More »

Nov 11

PVHS does poorly on 2016 SBAC

Katherine Boyd, Writer

The CAASP (previously SBAC) test is the high school equivalent to STAR testing in elementary/middle school. Not many students take it seriously, and yet the PV school district seems to always do well. This last year was no exception on a district wide level, but PVHS scores were significantly lower than previous years, and much lower th...  Read More »

Nov 11

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Letters from the Editor

You’re probably wondering whether or not you’ve picked up the right issue of The Point. “But where are the beautiful color photos? The glossy pages?” you may ask. ...  Read More »

Nov 11

The internet made difficult

November 11, 2016

As the school year becomes increasingly difficult and students have more responsibilities, the ability to keep track of ev...  Read More »

Outside College Counselors

November 11, 2016

Are they necessary and fair? Harvard or Harbor? With each passing year, colleges are getting harder and harder to get ...  Read More »

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Hedwig and The Angry Inch Review

Seren Cho, Writer

     The national tour of the hit musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch premiered November 1st at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre. This revival stars Glee’s Darren Criss as Hedwig a...  Read More »

Nov 15

  • Wrapping up With Inktober October 24, 2016
  • Beach Goth: Halloween’s Music Festival October 18, 2016
  • Hakuna Matata!! – The Lion King to be Remade September 30, 2016

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A Battle for the Hill

Americans are known to love tradition. Many celebrate Thanksgiving with a turkey and pie, have morning routines before work or school, and visit with their relatives on h...  Read More »

Nov 11

Landon Donovan’s Return to Soccer.

November 11, 2016

These past couple of weeks MLS (Major League Soccer) fans have been questioning if Landon Donovan really has come back ou...  Read More »

OLYMPICS

November 11, 2016

Once every four years, countries from all over the world travel to one country to compete in sports to find out which  i...  Read More »

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Should Disney Stop with the Live-Action Films?

Jamie Doo, Writer

Having nostalgia and being sentimental for things in the past is part of human nature. But what happens when advertisements and large companies take advantage of that? Ani...  Read More »

Dec 1

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