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Hundreds Reunite for PVHS’ first Alumni Weekend

Curtis Liu, Online Editor December 11, 2019

Over Thanksgiving break, many different generations of Sea King alumni bonded at the PVHS Alumni Weekend event.  PVHS alumni returned to their alma mater from November 29 to December 1 for the Alumni...

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Let’s Talk about Impeachment…

Kyle Ahn, News Editor December 11, 2019

Do you support the current impeachment process?   Ali Rahimi (Conservative):  I support it in a sense of finding the truth. Obviously, things aren’t adding up with the whole Ukraine scandal.The...

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Measure B Proposition Fails at the Ballot Box

Sierra Namvari, Reporter December 11, 2019

Measure B has sparked a lot of controversy on the Palos Verdes Peninsula hill. Supporters of Measure B said that it could help hospitality workers by preventing assault with panic buttons. After the general...

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PVPUSD Introduces Regulations On Extra Credit

Nik Tempereau, Opinion Editor December 11, 2019

PVPUSD recently announced a new extra credit rule regulating the ways students can receive extra credit. The new policy is aimed at aligning with already existing California education codes, specifically...

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Festival Fever Hits Campus

Nicole Medawar, Reporter December 11, 2019

This weekend, thousands of people will mob to the Rolling Loud Festival in Los Angeles to see lively performances by favored Hip-hop and Rap artists. The festival often comes close to selling out, and...

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E-Philanthropy Gets Environmental

Vikesh Dheeriya, Reporter December 11, 2019

YouTubers Jimmy Donaldson (“MrBeast” on YouTube), Mark Rober and many others have collaborated with the Arbor Day Foundation in a fundraiser called Team Trees, where their goal is to raise 20 million...

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Choreo Brings Holiday Cheer to the Riviera

Gabby Rudy, Reporter December 11, 2019

As the fall season is coming to a close, the winter holidays are now among us. During this time of year, a favorite tradition of Sea Kings is watching the PVHS Choreo team perform at the annual Redondo...

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Girls’ Golf Drives CIF Home

Sarah Liu, News Editor December 11, 2019

The Girls’ Varsity Golf team has put themselves on par with victory, pulling off a Central Division team title in CIF Southern Section Team Divisional Championship.  For senior and captain Megan...

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Rise of Online Classes

Nevin Mann, Reporter October 23, 2019

This year, online classes have seen an increase in enrollment, affecting the classroom makeup in the PVPUSD. The number of online classes at PVHS has led to a drop in the number of students in classes...

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A Walk With an Impact

Emily Typrowitz, Reporter October 23, 2019

For the 11th year, The Friendship Foundation and Skechers are partnering up in support of education and children with special needs. The annual Skechers Pier to Pier Friendship Walk will be Sunday, October...

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Youth Activists Lead Global Climate Strikes

Ella Dorst, Reporter October 23, 2019

In the biggest climate protest in history, an estimated 4 million people in over 150 countries and all 50 US states marched against climate change on September 20. The September 2019 climate strikes...

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Munro Brings Climate Change Activism to Campus

Aurora Khatibi Garrity, Reporter October 23, 2019

Senior Sophie Munro, a Campus Leader for Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL), has brought her advocacy for climate change legislation from Capitol Hill to Palos Verdes High School. This past summer, Munro...

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