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(from left to right) Matthias Yee, Grant Walther, Sam Malekzadeh and Will Bray listen intently to the next Scholar Quiz question. Their team took home the championship. (Photo by Luka Ardon)

PVHS Students “Go for the Green” at 2022 Scholar Quiz

Victoria Nolan, Reporter April 7, 2022

Scholar Quiz, Palos Verdes High School’s annual high-intensity trivia battle, is known for inciting scholarly enthusiasm and exciting students with the opportunity to exercise their knowledge through...

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UC Davis Researchers to Prevent a Crop Catastrophe

Ella Sherry, Online Editor April 7, 2022

As the world’s climate changes, crops have to change along with it.  Around 1.1 million tons of common wheat are produced in California each year. Wheat is a vital grain in the human diet being the...

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25 Seasons, Many More Memories

Remembering “Arthur” as it comes to an end
Aidan Sun, Editor-in-Chief April 7, 2022

After 25 seasons and 253 episodes, the beloved PBS Kids show “Arthur” came to an end on Feb. 21 with its final episode, “All Grown Up.” The product of Marc Brown, who authored the original “Arthur...

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Choreo Dancers Leap Into Spring Concert

Sierra Namvari, Photography Editor April 7, 2022

PVHS’ annual Spring Choreo Concert was a hit to all students and audience members. The show has a different theme every year, this year being “An Evening of Dance and Music.”  “In the past...

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(Graphic by Aidan Sun)

Masks No Longer Required in Schools

Lucia Ruiz, Features Editor April 7, 2022

On March 12, almost two years after the emergence of COVID-19, L.A. County ended its mask mandate and allowed school operators to decide their rules for masks.  An email from Superintendent Dr. Cherniss...

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(Graphic by Aidan Sun)

Bye-Bye, Bay Club

Vikesh Dheeriya, News Editor April 7, 2022

After more than 20 years in the Palos Verdes Peninsula community, the Rolling Hills Bay Club gym shut down completely on March 31.  The Rolling Hills location was one of 24 Bay Club gyms open throughout...

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(Photo Courtesy of Cynthia Mindicino)

PV Drama Puts on a Magical “Matilda” Production

Amber Chen, Opinion Editor April 7, 2022

Based on the original award-winning novel by Roald Dahl, “Matilda the Musical” is coming to life on stage at PVHS this spring. Opening on Apr. 8, the show will run for six days, with additional performances...

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10th Annual Remember the Tritons Walk

Aidan Sun, Editor-in-Chief March 7, 2022

On Feb. 18, members of the community came together during the 10th annual Remember the Tritons Walk during sixth period. The Remember the Tritons Walk is held in honor of former student Brian Booth who...

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Are PV’s Cliffs a Safety Hazard?

Victoria Nolan, Reporter March 7, 2022

The Palos Verdes cliffs, a constant attraction to both tourists and locals due to the breath-taking views and scenic hiking trails, are not only alluring but evidently dangerous as well. A number of people...

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A Cal-amity in Admissions

UC Berkeley freezes enrollment for prospective applicants
Vikesh Dheeriya, News Editor March 7, 2022

On Feb. 14, University of California, Berkeley announced a recent court decision that would reduce the enrollment of the incoming freshmen class by one-third.  The resident group, Save Berkeley Neighborhoods...

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Beyond 28

BSU Celebrates More Than Black History Month
Luka Ardon, Reporter March 7, 2022

February 2022 marks the third year BSU has celebrated Black History Month on campus. The Black Student Union had some amazing events for Black History month.  “We have the Langston Hughes interactive...

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PV’s Signature Programs Seek “Fresh” Members

Naomi Gan, Reporter March 7, 2022

Charming Chinese culture, radiant robot reveals and dazzling debate displays. The signature programs and electives of PVHS all gathered last month to showcase themselves to both current and prospective...

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