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Barstool Founder Gives Small Businesses a Boost

Ethan King, Reporter March 12, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has had severe repercussions for small businesses. During the early months of the pandemic, many small businesses shut down to protect customers and workers. As the country has gradually...

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From Posterboard to Discord

PV-Peninsula Science Fair Goes Virtual
Vikesh Dheeriya , Reporter March 12, 2021

On Feb. 11, students at both Palos Verdes and Peninsula High School virtually presented their science research projects over Zoom at the annual Palos Verdes Peninsula Science and Engineering Fair (PVPSEF).  Taken...

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An End to the Trump Twitter-verse

Aidan Sun, News Editor February 5, 2021

In the early hours of Jan. 20, the day he was supposed to be attending the inauguration of his successor Joe Biden, President Donald Trump said his goodbyes and thanked his supporters In an insipid ceremony,...

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Party Politics: Where do Democrats and Republicans Go From Here

CJ Haddad, Reporter February 5, 2021

In the days surrounding the Biden-Harris Inauguration and in the wake of a deadly attack on the Capitol Building, the realities of our two-party political system have come fully into the limelight, awakening...

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What is the Recall Newsom Movement?

John Kim, Reporter February 5, 2021

              California Governor Gavin Newsom is currently facing some challenges to his gubernatorial position.  After footage of his dinner...

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A Guide to the COVID-19 Vaccine

Vikesh Dheeriya , Reporter February 5, 2021

The recent distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine has reached the arms of most frontline health care workers, while students, teachers, and the general public wait for their chance to receive the vaccine...

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PV School District Reopens Elementary Schools Temporarily

What do vaccines and new relief mean for returning back to campuses?
Aidan Sun, Editor-in-Chief February 5, 2021

When schools closed on Mar. 13 of last year, it soon became abundantly clear that online school was not ideal and that a solution was quickly needed to get students back into classrooms.  Since then,...

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Rocky Reef Restoration

Andrew Carpenter, Reporter February 5, 2021

The marine ecosystem off Palos Verdes is full of biodiversity and life, yet years of Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) runoff from the Montrose Chemical Corporation of California and the Portuguese...

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“A Consequence of the Circumstances”

One Hill Project Proposes Actionable Recommendations to PVPUSD to Help Students’ Mental Health and Academic Well-being
Aidan Sun and Aurora Khatibi Garrity February 5, 2021

On Jan. 27, Student Board Members of the PVPUSD Board of Education, Sarah Liu and Tilly Safavian, brought attention to COVID-19 effects on high school students, proposing potential solutions in response...

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Guo and His Robots Roll to the Finish

John Kim, Reporter December 11, 2020

After months of hard work and countless overtimes in the PVIT room, the robot is finally ready to roll. For years, PVHS senior Aaron Guo has toiled away at perfecting his robot for his next VEX competition. Guo...

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Madame Vice President: What Kamala Harris Means to Women

Sarah Liu, Editor-in-Chief December 11, 2020

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’s career has been built in spite of history. The days when governance was only to be done by men? History.  But “that little girl” who was bussed to school,...

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Georgia’s Senate Races Head into Overtime

Aidan Sun, News Editor December 11, 2020

The Nov. 3 election saw President-Elect Joe Biden flip the traditionally Republican-leaning state of Georgia in favor of Democrats as he added the state’s 16 electoral votes to his overall total of 306...

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