Mira Chatterjee and the Game of Squash

Allie Cromer, Staff writer

October 29, 2013

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       The 20 pound ball bounces off the wall, flying toward her at an impossible speed. But this is what she does, who she is. This is the game of squash. Mira Chatterjee, a freshman at Palos Verdes High School, doesn’t lo...

New School Year, New Country

Jihana Mendu, Staff writer

October 28, 2013

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Most PV High students come back from summer vacation ready for a new school year without too many changes- same friends, same environment, same place. However, for junior Nikolas Walters, not only is this a new school year, it...

Fall Fashion Breezes into PV High

Colette Garcia, Staff writer

October 28, 2013

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With the fog starting to roll in and the days getting cooler, Palos Verdes students are trading in the crop tops and frayed high waited shorts and adjusting to fall fashion.  This year’s fall fashion brings us a mix of bright...

BMW, Benz, or Prius?

Sander Alley and Nathan Haring, Staff writers

October 28, 2013

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One of the biggest things people notice at at PV High are each others’ cars. Some people think their car is the biggest part of their appearance. To others, it’s just a source of transportation.  Taking a look into the PV...

18 Days Around Spain

Chandler Spelta, Staff writer

October 28, 2013

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This summer Sea Kings went all over the world for vacation; however one Sea King went on a not-so-ordinary trip. Senior Ian Olfarnes put on his walking shoes and walked about 310 miles over a span of 18 days while in Spain. Ian...

Irish Pride

Irish Pride

April 4, 2013

How to Stay Awake

Taylor Moore, Staff Writer

April 4, 2013

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In the midst of a busy school year, along with the threat of the AP exams and finals, many Sea Kings are already finding themselves short on sleep. Here are a few extra tips from Sea Kings and scholars everywhere to help you stay...

St. Patty’s Day Dinner

Avery Durko, Staff Writer

April 4, 2013

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For hundreds of years, the traditional St. Patrick’s Day dinner has consisted of a steaming plate of corned beef and cabbage.  Originally, the cabbage was served with Irish bacon instead of corned beef; however, because the...

What to Wear this Winter

Ashley Overbeek, Staff Writer

December 11, 2012

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In most places around the world, winter weather means shapeless puffy coats and boots. Luckily in Palos Verdes, the extent of our winter climate involves a just a few days of heavy mist. With these relatively warm winter temper...

Iphone 5?

Iphone 5?

December 11, 2012

Football Superstar Matt Lopes

Jonathan Dominguez, Staff Writer

December 11, 2012

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Have you ever wondered which football superstar everyone is talking about at PV High this year? Most likely they are talking about senior running back Matt Lopes. He and his amazing teammates led the Sea Kings to the C.I.F. f...

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