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The band “Dayglow” is on tour again after having to cancel concerts due to COVID-19. (Photo courtesy of Hannah Goharian)

Music to Our Ears

Concerts are Back, Exciting Many Students
Kelly Donahue, Social Media Editor November 10, 2021

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Student Support Specialists Megan Babcock and Jodie Shurtleff 
(Photo courtesy of Cynthia Mindicino)

Meet the Student Support Specialists

Naomi Gan, Reporter November 10, 2021

The return to campus this fall has brought about excitement, joy and renewal, but has also resurfaced a lot of anxiety and stress. For students, all these emotions can be difficult to process alone.  This...

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Sea Kings Rush to Sign Up for Clubs this Week

Sierra Namvari, Photography Editor October 21, 2021

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Sea Kings’ Fall Traditions

Meeka Rahimi, Reporter October 15, 2021

Reporter Meeka Rahimi checked in with the freshman class to see what they look forward to doing most in the fall season. Genesis Rodriguez loves decorating her house with her mom. This family tradition...

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Graphic by Amber Chen

Students Express Themselves Differently After Quarantine

Amber Chen, Opinion Editor October 15, 2021

After a long year of isolation during quarantine, some students have completely changed. Whether it’s fashion, passions or entire personalities, it seems like many students have become different people...

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(From left to right) Live from 205s sports photographer and editor Erik Gressett, sports anchor Jamie Robertson, executive producer Rene Vela, reporter Ben Jorgensen and anchor Isabella Firmani take a final photo together. 
Photo courtesy of Isabella Firmani

“Live from 205” Receives Its Own Breaking News

Executive Producer and Advisor Rene Vela Accepts New Job at Chino Hills High School
Isabella Firmani, Reporter October 15, 2021

On Sunday, Sept. 12, “Live From 205” students, as well as the rest of the school, were hit with news that would quickly shift the entire production of their program. Rene Vela, the founder and Executive...

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Supporting the Seniors

The CCC provides students with a plethora of college admissions resources.
Naomi Gan, Reporter October 15, 2021

Many seniors on campus are entering the thick of college application season and, thanks to the CCC, have access to various resources to guide them through this stressful time. The College and Career...

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Land in Southern California was once Native American land. 
Graphic by Eva Mayrose

Indigenous Recognition in Palos Verdes

Eva Mayrose, Reporter October 15, 2021

“There is no land in North America that wasn’t once Native American land,” ethinic studies teacher and CARE advisor Christina Varela said. Despite the controversial American holiday of Columbus...

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Senior Hayden Kharrazi and his castmates performed separately in front of a green screen. All of the performances were then edited togethre as a cohesive show. (Photo courtesy of Nicole Thompson)

Virtual Spring Musical: Urinetown

The PVHS Drama Program’s Spring Musical goes virtual for the very first time - catch the production for its last weekend!
Frances Stott, Reporter May 20, 2021

This year, only one school musical was able to happen, and it has to be virtual. The cast had to film and edit it, instead of doing regular showings.  This also means that the cast and crew had a much...

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Honeymoon Cove at Paseo del Mar is a beautiful trail which leads to the ocean. (Photo by Alexa Dox)

Senior Stress Relief: Hiking

Alexa Dox, Reporter May 20, 2021

Palos Verdes in known for many things, but one of the most notorious things P.V. is known for is all the beautiful hiking trails it has to offer. Many tourists come from all over the world just to explore...

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Motivational Tips and Tricks

Alycen Kim, Centerspread editor May 20, 2021

With AP tests and finals coming up this month, it’s safe to say that students are more stressed than ever.   Even without the added stress of the pandemic and distance learning, students are still...

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Horticulture for the Health

Lucia Ruiz, Features Editor April 9, 2021

As the world becomes more and more technologically oriented, horticulture therapy brings us back to our roots.  Utilizing the mental health benefits of gardening is becoming more popular and may provide...

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