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Boys Soccer Dribbles Through Another Successful Season
Chris Vasey, Reporter • February 8, 2023

Starting off the season 0-3, the Boys Varsity Soccer team triumphed through many struggles and have successfully turned their season around....

Hopping Into Year of the Rabbit
Amber Chen, Editor-in-Chief • February 8, 2023

Fireworks, family and fortune—these are the major components of Asia’s biggest celebration. For many Asian countries, Jan. 22 marked the...

Star Athletes: Some of PVHS’ Best Athletes’ Future Destinations
Kelly Donahue, Features Editor • December 16, 2022

Senior Tatum Lane committed to playing division one volleyball at the University of San Diego this past June. Lane knew she wanted to play...

(Graphic by Olivia Kao)
Just Stop Oil: Controversial Climate Protests Are Unproductive
Olivia Kao, Reporter • December 16, 2022

From making decorative posters with meaningful sayings, such as “There is No Planet B!," marching through streets, boycotting certain environmentally...

From A Disappointed Marvel Fan: Ant-Man Tanked
From A Disappointed Marvel Fan: Ant-Man Tanked
Chris Vasey, Reporter • March 14, 2023

Marvel just released one of their most disappointing movies of all time, “Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania.”  According to Rotten Tomatoes, it was one of Marvel’s...

How Old Is Too Old?
Eva Mayrose, Opinion Editor • March 14, 2023

48 and 19, 31 and 21, 64 and 39.  No this isn’t a sudoku puzzle, it’s the ages of three famous Hollywood names in comparison to the ages of their wives or girlfriends. ...

(Graphic by Eva Mayrose)
Fast Fiction
Ella Sherry, News/Online Editor • March 14, 2023

If you’re a reader who also has social media, whenever you open TikTok or Instagram you’re probably bombarded with videos about the same books you heard about months ago:...

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Is Artificial Intelligence Replacing Human Intelligence?
Sophie Sun, Reporter • March 14, 2023

The rise of AI has been a hot topic for the past decade, with the inventions of AI robot Sophia and the quickly growing machine learning industry, artificial intelligence...

PVHS’s CompSci Curriculum Prepares Students to Revolutionize the Tech World
Hailey Kim, Reporter • March 14, 2023

As technology continues to advance at lightning speed, it’s no secret that coding and computer science are becoming increasingly important skills for high school students...

(Photo Courtesy of Valentina Gardner)
Summers in South America
Kelly Donahue, Features Editor • March 14, 2023

For senior Valentina Gardner, visiting her family in Colombia every summer has been an absolutely amazing experience. Although she tries to do different things every year...

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What Happened to Armenians 108 Years Ago?
Ella Sherry, News/Online Editor • March 14, 2023

Beginning in the spring of 1915 and ending in 1923, an immense number of Armenians living in modern-day Turkey were murdered or driven from their...

(Photo from the Daily Maverick)
The Danger of Earthquakes
Eva Yancheson, Reporter • March 14, 2023

In the early morning of Feb. 6, Syria and Turkey were rocked by a deadly 7.8 magnitude earthquake. Two weeks later, a 6.3 magnitude quake caused...

(Graphic by Olivia Kao)
College Board Creates Controversy
Olivia Kao, Reporter • March 14, 2023

In mid-December of 2022, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ heavy criticism over the College Board’s AP African American Studies course caused...

Who do PVHS Students think is the Greatest Basketball Player of All Time?
Jonathan Liu, Sports Editor • March 14, 2023

When the casual fan discusses basketball, one thing always comes to mind: who is the Greatest of All Time?  LeBron James or Michael Jordan? Or is it Kobe Bryant, Kareem...

(Graphic by Aaron Propst)
March Madness Preview
Aaron Propst, Reporter • March 14, 2023

In the month of March, the highly anticipated college basketball tournament, March Madness, is held.  Fans around the world deem this as one of the most unpredictable...

(Photo by Sierra Namvari)
PVHS’ Annual Choreo Concert
Sierra Namvari, Photography Editor • March 14, 2023

Choreo’s annual Spring Concert is coming up this March, with some emotional performances. “I really like the theme this year because I’m a very energetic person which...

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