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Clowns – Are they really coming?

Audrey C., Writer October 19, 2016

     Over the past couple weeks, news about clowns put people in a state of clown hysteria. Specific parts of the country have been disturbed by the sightings of clowns or clown threats. The police...

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Hurricane Matthew

Isabelle S., Writer October 19, 2016

     Although the weather in Southern California seems uncontrollable as it continues to fluctuate, this is not the craziest weather in the United States. Since September 23, hurricane Matthew has torn...

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Conflict in Colombia

Voters reject Colombia’s Farc Peace Deal
Jamie Doo, Writer October 11, 2016

On Sunday, October 2nd, Colombian voters recently rejected the 4-year peace deal negotiated between the Colombian government and the Marxist FARC guerillas. This was a shocking national referendum result,...

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Fox News Reporter’s Racist Chinatown Segment

Jamie Doo, Writer October 11, 2016

On October 6, Fox News correspondent Jesse Watters was blasted by critics regarding his ‘racist’ news segment, Watters’ World: Chinatown Edition that he conducted on The O’Reilly Factor. This five-minute...

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Homecoming Court Announced

Homecoming Court Announced

Hyun Kim, Writer October 3, 2016

As the fall semester is now on its way, it is finally Homecoming Week. The Homecoming football game will take place on Friday, October 7 at 3:00 (right after school), so make sure to go down to cheer for...

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Red Tide and their signature baby powder show reporter Gayle Anderson (dressed as a Cathedral Phantom) who has the most school spirit.

Sea King Football featured on KTLA 5

Sea Kings rallied early morning for KTLA 5 news.
Seren Cho and Audrey Trell, News Editors September 30, 2016

This morning, the famous “I believe that we will win” chant was heard loud and clear as Sea King football was featured in KTLA’s “Friday Night Lights in the Morning” segment with Gayle Anderson....

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Trump Fires Women Not Pretty Enough Out of His Golf Course

Audrey Chung, Writer September 29, 2016
Donald Trump is famous for his controversial behavior. Throughout his life, Trump has seen women as inferior and nothing more than objects to be admired. At Trump National Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes, women employees are outraged with the working environment.
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ACT Writing – A New Way of Scoring

Isabelle Spelta, Writer September 29, 2016
This year, the SAT changed dramatically. Not only did the type of scoring change, but the way the test is formatted was changed as well.
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Presidential Platforms

Need some quick clarification on the candidates' platforms and beliefs? Read on for a brief explanation of Clinton and Trump's positions on key issues this election.
Amanda Houtz, Reporter September 28, 2016

With the frequent gesticulations of Donald Trump, the seemingly constant laughter from Hillary Clinton, and of course the constant digs between each nominee, the theatrics of last night’s presidential...

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Mosque of Orlando shooter burned down

Katherine Boyd, Writer September 21, 2016
On September 11, 2016, the morning of the 15th anniversary of the deadly plane crashes, a Florida mosque was intentionally set on fire. This particular mosque was attended by the Pulse shooter.
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M.U.N. is F.U.N

Don't wait to sign up!
Isabelle Spelta, Writer September 7, 2016

Model United Nations sign-ups are happening until September 13th. Students will choose an allotted interview time upon signing up. The sign-up sheet is outside of room 411 at PVHS. This club is one of...

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AP Tests Undergo Changes

Dustin Hartuv December 18, 2015

The AP exams have been unsurprisingly altered once again for the 2015-2016 school year. It seems that every year, the Advanced Placement (AP) examinations offered by the College Board increase in difficulty...

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