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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...

From Sweden to the States
Sophie Stoddart, Reporter • December 15, 2022

Elsa Sjo is an exchange student from Sweden and is currently a junior here at PVHS.  She grew up in Norrkoping, Sweden and will be staying...

From A.R.M.Y to Army
Amber Chen, Editor-in-Chief • December 15, 2022

BTS, the biggest boy band in the world, has finally announced its enlistment in the South Korean military. Four years into their career, in...

Mrs. Salgado Does it All: Teaching, Training, Parenting
Kelly Donahue, Features Editor • November 10, 2022

Only her second year on campus as a teacher, Marissa Salgado does it all. Many students are familiar with her, whether they have had...

(Graphic by Ella Sherry)
A Literary Tragedy
Ella Sherry, News/Online Editor • December 16, 2022

Some of the most widely read high school core texts are novels like “The Catcher in the Rye,” “The Great Gatsby,” “Lord of the Flies” and many of Shakespeare’s...

(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 harmful products, or...

A Letter From the Editors
Amber Chen and Lucia Ruiz, Editors-in-Chief • December 16, 2022

In an effort to alleviate the stress that comes with menstruation, the Palos Verdes Organization of Women plans to provide free sanitary hygiene products in girls’ bathrooms...

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Pint-Sized Stories: The Christmas Party
Chloe Choi and Luka Ardon, Centerspread Editors • December 16, 2022

The Marvelous Ms. Mog
The Marvelous Ms. Mog
Sophie Sun, Reporter • December 16, 2022

Angela Mogilefsky, English teacher and BSU advisor nicknamed “Ms. Mog”, was born in Evanston, Illinois, but Mogilefsky’s father received a job offer in Washington when...

When Does Christmas Start?
Sophie Stoddart, Reporter • December 15, 2022

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From A.R.M.Y to Army
Amber Chen, Editor-in-Chief • December 15, 2022

BTS, the biggest boy band in the world, has finally announced its enlistment in the South Korean military. Four years into their career, in...

(Photo courtesy of Jama Maxfield)
What’s The Flush?
Chloe Choi, Centerspread Editor • December 15, 2022

There are a variety of news sources for students at PVHS such as The Point, Live from 205 or the Daily Bulletin, but the most mysterious and...

Who’s New? Part Two
Enna Hosoi, Reporter • December 15, 2022

Kristin Jones Counselor M-R What was your favorite subject in school? “My favorite subject in school was English. I am an avid...

PVHS Basketball Overcoming Preseason Obstacles
PVHS Basketball Overcoming Preseason Obstacles
Aaron Propst, Reporter • December 16, 2022

The boys basketball season started this November, but this season is not going to be like the rest with many changes to the coaching staff. Brian Edelman took a leave from...

(Graphic by Luka Ardón)
Who will Win the World Cup? Argentina vs. France
Luka Ardon, Centerspread Editor • December 16, 2022

The World Cup needs no introduction. The biggest sporting event. The best soccer players playing at the world’s largest stage filled with the passion of playing for their...

Dribbling Into a New Season With Girls Basketball
Hailey Kim, Reporter • December 16, 2022

The girls basketball team is excited for their 2022-2023 season, and it is evident in their practices, teamwork, and team chemistry. This season, with a multitude of new...

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