Capstone Reimagined

Carolina Silver

November 18, 2015

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Palos Verdes High School is a hub of constant movement and circulating news, but one change that has grabbed everyone’s attention is the Capstone redesign. Past seniors were required to do the mandatory project in order to show...

Black is the New Red

Black is the New Red

November 18, 2015

Boccia, Thanks for the memories

Diamond Naga Siu

June 4, 2015

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On amuggy August 2013morning, the chatter merely subsided to a hum as a bearded Italian man stood before 400 or so juniors in the Palos Verdes High School (PVHS) gym. Filling the air with stories of the summer and somewhat not yet a...

The SBAC Fiasco

The SBAC Fiasco

June 4, 2015

PV Skate Park

Kevin Bailey

April 29, 2015

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In the Palos Verdes community, many people want a skate park in the neighborhood, and there is one organization doing as much as they can to get one.  SkateParkPV is an organization of about eight people dedicated to building...

Taking An Alternate Path

Sian Oberman

April 29, 2015

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In today’s society, there is immense pressure to go to a university immediately after students graduate high school. Despite this “typical” chronological sequence of events following graduation, some Sea King students have...

Sea King Hidden Talents

Isabelle Spelta

April 29, 2015

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The students of Palos Verdes High School are some of the most extremely talented and high achieving out there; however, it is the hidden skills of these students that are the most impressive. Those who walk the halls can sing like ...

A Student’s Retreat

Dustin Hartuv

April 29, 2015

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When one walks through a high school, students are commonly heard groaning about their grueling workloads.  They grieve daily about finding tranquility in the middle of their unending supply of work hurled at them. For students...

PV High’s Got Talent

February 11, 2015

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Providing safe, drug-free youth activities for almost 13 years, Freedom4U, a South Bay non-profit, holds many events and programs every year for high school students to attend and use to their advantage. Inspired to make a difference...

Ringing in the New Year with…Finals??

February 11, 2015

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Winter break: the calm before the storm of endlessly studying for finals the following week. For many years, the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District has pushed finals week to occur after break, which has students feeling...

Remember the Tritons

February 11, 2015

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  Whenever one drowsily lies on the couch, attempting to watch the new episode of the show they adore after a strenuous week of school-work, it always seems that there is a sudden interruption involving a heartbreaking...

A New Superintendent on the Hill

Jiho Kahng, Writer

October 23, 2014

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Dr. Don Austin, has ventured a long way to end up as Superintendent of the PVPUSD. From team captain of the Bakers University Varsity Football team, to the most recent Assistant Superintendent of Huntington Beach, Dr. Austin worked...

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