The Point

The Point

The Point

5 Tips for a 5

Tanya Wadhawan, Staff Writer March 12, 2014

Sea Kings it’s that time of year again! Along with all the perks and pleasures of second semester come the dreaded AP tests. Through the end of April and beginning of May, school may be a little bit...

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Florida Stand Your Ground Laws

Taylor Moore, Staff Writer March 12, 2014

By now, everyone is familiar with the story of Trayvon Martin; the Florida resident who was the victim of murder. George Zimmerman, the attacker, was allowed to walk free by his panel of six female jurors....

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Turmoil in the Ukraine

Turmoil in the Ukraine

Katie Walker, Staff Writer March 12, 2014

In the past year, the country of Ukraine, containing approximately forty-six million people; has become a battleground for political and economic influence from the European Union (EU) and Russia. There...

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Eighth Grade Recruitment

Eighth Grade Recruitment

Katie Walker, Staff Writer February 12, 2014

Over the past few years, PV High has put a strong emphasis on its Open House for incoming Freshman. Last year, however, PVHS tried something new: Sunset Tours. “Sunset tours were a variation of the Open...

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Garden Waiting to Save the Local Ocean

Garden Waiting to Save the Local Ocean

Colette Garcia, Staff Writer February 12, 2014

With the amount of changes around campus this year, from new classrooms to Capstone to BYOD and more, it isn’t surprising that these new ventures aren’t over. One more project to modify the beautiful...

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The Russian Olympics Controversy

Tanya Wadhawan, Staff Writer February 12, 2014

Russia’s recent anti-gay and lesbian legislation has sparked enormous controversy over the upcoming winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. On June 30, 2013, Russian President, Vladimir Putin, signed this...

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New Security Measures

Taylor Moore, Staff Writer February 12, 2014

The bell rings, and the PVHS hallways become empty, and as the sound of the Security golf cart fades another sound becomes apparent: low voices and strong sniffing. These noises belong to PV High’s most...

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New #Technology @PVHIGH

Nicole Mar, staff writer October 29, 2013

      This is the 21st century: the Internet, electronics, and all sorts of gadgets have become part of the everyday lives of Seakings. However, social media sites and other online sources are now also...

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The Beautiful, Empty, New Classrooms

The Beautiful, Empty, New Classrooms

Taylor Moore, Staff Writer October 29, 2013

     The concrete giant of a trident, the fresh, green Senior Park, and brand new classrooms are all new additions to the Sea King campus.  These things are all great to have on campus, but there is...

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Teachers Wage War

Teachers Wage War

Tanya Wadhawan, Staff Writer October 29, 2013

      Despite the fact that Palos Verdes is the 80th richest community in the United States, Palos Verdes High School and Palos Verdes Peninsula High School teachers, have not received a raise in the...

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Teachers Leaving PVHS

Teachers Leaving PVHS

Krista Galleberg, Staff Writer May 26, 2013

             This is the last year that Palos Verdes High School Engineering and Earth Science teacher, Mr. Robertson, will lead PVHS’ Engineering program and be a paid educator on the...

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Day of Silence

Day of Silence

Krista Galleberg, Staff Writer May 26, 2013

The word “silence” is usually used to describe a quiet library or a peaceful lake in the middle of the mountains.  Rarely is it intended to suggest words like “obscurity” or “absence.” However,...

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