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Remember the Tritons Walk

Remember the Tritons Walk

Sophia Breton April 7, 2015

On Saturday, February 21st , the Palos Verdes Community came together and participated in the Remember the Tritons walk (Formerly known as Brian's walk). The walk is a memorial walk commemorating all of...

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Up, Up, and Away

Up, Up, and Away

Rachael Ku and Kevin Bailey January 27, 2015

Winter break is universally understood as a time to stay as far away from anything remotely academic as possible. But, while most students were spending winter vacation in exotic locations or camped out...

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AntiValentine’s Day

AntiValentine’s Day

Fiona Kane January 27, 2015

February fourteenth is the day to celebrate love for one’s partner. Appreciation for a spouse, girlfriend or boyfriend, this alone is very lovely. How could that possibly be one of the most hated holidays...

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Sweet Treats for Your Sweetheart

Sweet Treats for Your Sweetheart

Sophie Pillar January 27, 2015

Every year, on the fourteenth of February, millions across the nation express their affection for loved ones, proving their everlasting love with an endless array of cards, flowers and chocolates.  Many...

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Thanksgiving Bites

Thanksgiving Bites

Sophie Pillar, writer November 21, 2014

Thanksgiving Day, celebrated every 4th Thursday of November, is a widely celebrated holiday that consists of family, football and feasting.  Many Americans participate in the celebration, however the...

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PV/Pen High Stereotypes

PV/Pen High Stereotypes

Rachael Ku, writer November 21, 2014

It’s a choice that has plagued students for what seems like centuries: PV or Pen high? While the better school may never be determined, the rivalry between both schools runs deep and with rivalry comes...

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How to Deal With Unruly Relatives at Thanksgiving

How to Deal With Unruly Relatives at Thanksgiving

Sophia Breton, writer November 21, 2014

With the holidays coming up very quickly, some of us may not be too excited to see some of our relatives.  Whether it is cheek-pinching Auntie Sue or the macho Uncle Dave, seeing some relatives can be...

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Guilty Pleasure Restaurants: Mexican Madness

Guilty Pleasure Restaurants: Mexican Madness

Diamond Naga Siu, writer November 21, 2014

Standing amidst Torrance’s edge with a coupon book in hand, junior Megan Fitzpatrick and I surveyed our surroundings.  After being denied usage of our coupon at Habanaros, due to a name change (originally...

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Black Friday Horror Stories

Black Friday Horror Stories

Fiona Kane, Writer November 19, 2014

Halloween has come and gone, but the scariest day of the year has yet to come.  Black Friday quickly approaches us all, falling on November 28th this year.  Soon Walmarts and shopping centers all over...

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Smile

Jihana Mendu November 4, 2014

“Say Cheese!” exclaims the photographer as he snaps a picture. “Let me see those pearly whites,” he says, trying to coax the slightest hint of a grin out of the young boy. What does he want?...

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Fall Trends

Fall Trends

Rachel Ku, writer November 4, 2014

The Meaning of Fall   au·tumn (n.) 1.      : The third season of the year when crops and fruits are gathered and leaves fall in the northern hemisphere from September to November. 2.     ...

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Kula

Diamond Naga, writer November 4, 2014

Cold air hitting my face the moment I entered Kula was not the first thing I realized on that unseasonably hot autumn day- it was the peppy Billboard music paralleling this medium-sized Japanese chain’s...

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