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From Sweden to the States

Exchange student speaks on her experience at PVHS
Sophie Stoddart, Reporter December 15, 2022

Elsa Sjo is an exchange student from Sweden and is currently a junior here at PVHS.  She grew up in Norrkoping, Sweden and will be staying at PVHS for one year, continuing to pursue her interests. “I...

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What is the Human Rights Coalition?

Sierra Namvari, Photography Editor December 15, 2022

The Human Rights Coalition at PVHS was formed many years ago in order to bring together various clubs, all with the objective of encouraging diversity and supporting the fight against discrimination.  The...

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(Graphic by Olivia Kao)

New Club Highlights Jewish Traditions and Culture

Olivia Kao, Reporter December 15, 2022

As a wave of new clubs arise this year, one particular club, the first of its kind, celebrates and brings awareness to Jewish culture on campus.   With no apparent club surrounding Jewish culture,...

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Private school students see the programs PV High has to offer. (Photo courtesy of Cynthia Mindicino)

PVHS Hosts Private School Shadow Day

Lucia Ruiz, Editor-in-Chief December 15, 2022

On Dec. 7, students from local private schools enjoyed the annual Private School Shadow Day, during which ASB provided students a glimpse into the campus culture through tours, classroom sit-ins, and activities...

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Josh Munoz (left) performs in “One Man, Two Guvnors” alongside senior Neela David. (Photo courtesy of Josh Munoz)

From Touchdowns to Theater

Josh Munoz’s journey to acting
Eva Mayrose, Opinion Editor December 15, 2022

Having been a football star for the majority of his high school career, theater would seem to be the last place that senior Josh Munoz would fit in.  Though Munoz definitely made good memories with...

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Pint-Sized Stories: Friendsgiving Dinner

Chloe Choi and Luka Ardon, Centerspread Editors November 10, 2022

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Mrs. Salgado Does it All: Teaching, Training, Parenting

Kelly Donahue, Features Editor November 10, 2022

Only her second year on campus as a teacher, Marissa Salgado does it all. Many students are familiar with her, whether they have had her as an anatomy or biology teacher, or have seen her in the...

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Growing Up, What Was Your Favorite TV Show?

Zara Deen, Reporter November 10, 2022

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Do You Think Students Should Have A Say in Their Required Reading?
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Students Share Their Thoughts On Required Reading Books

Luka Ardon, Centerspread Editor November 10, 2022

English class is something all students have in common.  From “To Kill a Mockingbird” to “Catch 22,” there are many books that students are required to read.  Core novels connect all PVHS...

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Celebrating Veterans Day

Hailey Kim, Reporter November 10, 2022

Veterans Day, formerly known as Armistice Day, is celebrated on the eleventh day of the eleventh month.  It’s an opportunity for people all over the United States to take a moment and reflect on...

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Introducing Some of PV High’s Newest Clubs

Eva Mayrose, Opinion Editor November 10, 2022

End Sexual Violence Club (Presidents: Maddie Ahn and Te-Han Kim) Q: What inspired you to create this club? A: “We were inspired to make this club because we wanted to be able to prevent people...

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Music While Studying: Helpful or Hurtful

Jonathan Liu, Sports Editor November 10, 2022

As high school students are constantly fighting the stress of studying for that next exam, some have found a method that increases focus and efficiency: listening to music. A Healthline study from 2007...

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