The Point

The Point

The Point

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Social Media’s Effect on Kids

Zara Deen, Reporter October 30, 2023

Wearing high heels and a full face of makeup, kids nowadays seemed to have skipped right past the “awkward phase.” Surrounded by social media influences, there’s a lot of pressure on Generation Alpha...

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Sea Brew Coffee Cart:

An inside look
Ruby Mayrose, Reporter October 30, 2023

The Sea King coffee cart has quickly become one of PV High’s most special and iconic programs. Students and teachers can catch the Sea Brew cart going around campus on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays,...

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Wife Meggan Edelman and Coach Greg Clark

More Than a Coach

Remembering the Life of Coach Brian Edelman
Aaron Propst, Reporter October 30, 2023

Former Palos Verdes Varsity basketball coach, Brian Edelman, passed away after a long, grueling four-year battle with cancer. Edelman was very well respected and a beacon of light in the Sea King community....

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Introducing the New 2023-2024 ASB Executive Board

Hailey Kim, Reporter April 18, 2023

Palos Verdes High School is excited to introduce its new ASB Executive Board for the upcoming 2023-2024 school year. The new board members, who were appointed without an election process due to the absence...

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Students Participate In Tradewinds Slam Poetry Night

Sierra Namvari, Photo Editor April 14, 2023

The Tradewinds Literary Magazine 2023 Slam Poetry Night took place on April 7.  There was a large turnout of parents and students who came to support the poets of the night.  Slam poetry is a form...

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The Rise of Hit HBO Series “The Last of Us”

Eva Mayrose, Opinion Editor April 14, 2023

So, you’re on your daily afternoon TikTok scroll and it seems as though you’ve been thrown down the rabbit hole after liking one video about the hit HBO series “The Last of Us.”   Now, every...

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From Physics to Sax, Max Colomer Does it All

Chloe Choi, Centerspread Editor April 14, 2023

Whether it’s leading the FRC team to victory, playing music with his friends, or studying advanced physics, senior Max Colomer does it all.  Colomer is the lead electrical engineer and captain of...

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Q and A with Chadwick Transfers

Aaron Propst, Reporter April 14, 2023

Q. What are some of the main differences between Chadwick and PV? A. Sophomore Caroline Chu - “One [of the] main differences is the class size and how that really [impacts] the overall school...

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How Cultural Identity Defines An Immigrant’s Experience

Aidan Shen, Reporter April 14, 2023

The United States is a melting pot of cultures due to a high immigration rate. Second-generation immigrants are those who were born and raised in the United States but have parents who were born and raised...

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Walther Won’t Falter

A glimpse into the life of PVHS icon Grant Walther
Lucia Ruiz, Editor-in-Chief April 14, 2023

“You’re the man, Grant!” campus security guard Coach exclaimed, zooming past our interview in the golf cart. Senior Grant Walther is The Man, two-time Scholar Quiz champion, Model United Nations...

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Is Artificial Intelligence Replacing Human Intelligence?

Sophie Sun, Reporter March 14, 2023

The rise of AI has been a hot topic for the past decade, with the inventions of AI robot Sophia and the quickly growing machine learning industry, artificial intelligence is more relevant than ever.  Recently...

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PVHS’s CompSci Curriculum Prepares Students to Revolutionize the Tech World

Hailey Kim, Reporter March 14, 2023

As technology continues to advance at lightning speed, it’s no secret that coding and computer science are becoming increasingly important skills for high school students to possess.  At Palos Verdes...

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