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California Dreamin: Homecoming Highlights

Zoe Barton, Reporter November 1, 2023

Traditionally, ASB choses the homecoming theme in early September, however this year’s theme was selected several months ago. The California Dreamin’ theme was all based on an In-N-Out truck.  “I...

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Trick-Or-Yeet? Sea Kings’ Top Candy Pick

Ryan Fuerte, Reporter November 1, 2023

Trick-Or-Treating is one of the first things that come to mind when people think about Halloween. With Trick-Or-Treating, comes candy rankings. People like all kinds of candy, from sour to sweet, hard...

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Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce: Two Worlds Colliding

Hailey Kim, Reporter/Social Media November 1, 2023

The worlds of sports and music collided in an unexpected way on a September afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. The face-off between the Kansas City Chiefs and Chicago Bears on Sept. 24, 2023...

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Entertainment Strikes Disrupt Fall TV

Sloane Houterman, Reporter October 30, 2023

On May 2, 2023, the Writer’s Guild of America (WGA) went on strike over labor disputes with the Alliance of Motion Pictures and Television Producers (AMPTP).  The WGA negotiated for better pay from...

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Come Meet “The Addams Family”

PVHS Drama Department Premieres Fall Play Starting October 27
Kelly Bojorquez, Reporter October 30, 2023

The Palos Verdes High School  Drama Department is celebrating the month of October with a spooky Halloween-themed musical: “The Addams Family.” This unique play incorporates several dance sequences,...

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Pint-Sized Stories: Earth Week

Chloe Choi and Luka Ardon, Centerspread Editors April 18, 2023

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The iPad Kid Epidemic

Quinn Kearns, Social Media Editor April 14, 2023

Have you ever seen a child at a dinner playing games on their mom’s phone?  If you have, you’ve witnessed a future iPad kid in their natural habitat.  When their request for a real phone is...

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March Madness Preview

The yearly college basketball tournament is on track to live up to the hype
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 sports tournaments.  68 of...

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How Old Is Too Old?

The toxicity behind Hollywood’s glamorization of age gap relationships
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.  You may have noticed the smallest...

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Fast Fiction

The problem with “BookTok”
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: “A Court of Thorns and Roses”...

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Explaining Wellness Tiktok’s New Trend, Lucky Girl Syndrome

Explaining Wellness Tiktok’s New Trend, Lucky Girl Syndrome

Lucia Ruiz, Editor-in-Chief March 14, 2023

The romanticization of health and wellness has taken social media by storm. Since the original self-care movement in the 2010’s, there have been numerous trends online regarding self-healing and wellness....

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New Netflix Original “Wednesday” Becomes an Instant Hit

New Netflix Original “Wednesday” Becomes an Instant Hit

Zara Deen, Reporter February 8, 2023

Netflix original “Wednesday” starring Jenna Ortega has been topping the charts since its premiere on Nov. 24, 2022. The show has now earned the title of second most-watched series with over a billion...

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