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The Environmental Impact of Disposable Masks

Sydney Lyle, Social Media Editor October 29, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic has escalated in the United States, the encouragement to wear a mask has increased, and items such as disposable masks and surgical gloves can now be found scattered up and down...

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Pier to Pier Goes Virtual

Emily Typrowitz, Sports Editor October 27, 2020

For the first time, the 12th Annual Skechers Friendship walk will be virtual. The virtual walk will take place Sunday, Oct. 25.  There will be a live stream presentation at 10 a.m. that includes a...

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Drive-thru Cafeteria

Matthew Valero, Reporter October 27, 2020

Ever since students across the country began distanced learning earlier this fall, many parents have faced the dilemma of trying to feed their children in the absence of school-provided lunches.  Due...

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Court Controversy: Nominating a Supreme Court Justice

Aidan Sun, News Editor October 27, 2020

After the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Sep. 18, President Donald Trump and his allies in the Republican-controlled Senate were quick to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill...

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Louis DeJoy: Return to Sender?

Postmaster denies claims USPS is being sabotaged on eve of mail-heavy election
CJ Haddad, Reporter October 27, 2020

With a significant general election around the corner, the recent House testimony of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is an influential event for many in the voting pool.  Questioning by the House Oversight...

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Athletes “SeaKing” Recruitment Amidst COVID

Alexa Dox, Reporter October 27, 2020

Senior Peyton Eberhard, a member of the girls’ varsity soccer team, has first-hand experience regarding the impact COVID-19 has had on recruiting. Eberhard shared that many steps of the typical recruitment...

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Junior Pitcher Recruited to Play for UCLA

Vikesh Dheeriya, Reporter October 27, 2020

A top-five college baseball team in the NCAA and the number one ranked public school in the United States, UCLA will become the future destination for junior Jack O’Connor who recently committed as a...

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The Controversial CBA Agreement

Fin Kehrli, Reporter March 26, 2020

Football is America’s Game. Whether it be going to a classic rivalry game with friends and family, forming communities and friendships with fellow fans, or having a Super Bowl party with platters...

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Tritons Walk for the Fight

Tritons Walk for the Fight

Fin Kehrli, Reporter February 25, 2020

Each February, Be the Change (BTC) plans and operates the much-anticipated Remember the Tritons Walk. The walk brings Sea Kings together as well as the general community of Palos Verdes for a charitable...

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Possible Cliffside Catastrophe

As climate change makes international headlines, some might wonder how it will affect their local communities. For those living on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, one consequence of the climate crisis, sea level rise, is bound to hit close to home. As climate change makes international headlines, some might wonder how it will affect their local communities. For those living on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, one consequence of the climate crisis, sea level rise, is bound to hit close to home.
Aurora Khatibi Garrity, Reporter January 29, 2020

Future Cliff Edge with Erosion: Cliff tops near PVHS are estimated to erode by 62 to 135 ft with 5.7 feet (175 cm) of sea-level rise, which could occur by 2100. From Our Coast Our Future (OCOF). Due...

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UC Schools Consider Scrapping Standardized Tests

Ella Dorst, Reporter January 29, 2020

Students hoping to enter the University of California (UC) system in the near future could face an unexpected twist. UC officials are considering whether to drop both the SAT and ACT as an admissions requirement...

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California’s New Law on Cannabis

Chloe Slome, Centerspread Editor January 29, 2020

A new year means new legislation goes into effect, with Senate Bill 223 grabbing the attention of the educational community, affecting all California schools grades K-12.   On Oct. 9, 2019, Governor...

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