Four Wheels Are Better Than Two

Julianne Lee, Writer

March 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Fast, furious, flamboyant, more than 8 million motorcycles speed throughout the U.S. Today in our ever expanding roads, each one leading more Americans into highly congested freeways where fiery accidents are no urban myth. Ma...

Kyuri Kim, Writer

March 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Love. A word that has countless definitions. Many people, especially the young, imagine love as something fantastical, something omnipotent. From movies, advertisements, books, to media that portray love in a very exaggerated, rom...

The Clock Runs Out

Isabella Ruiz, Writer

March 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion

A new year shines light upon a new movement.  January 1st began with a bang when three hundred prominent women in society wrote a letter of solidarity in the New York Times.  The letter expressed the recent unification of women...

Fair Pay Should be Afforded to Teachers and Counselors

Lauren Jai, Staff writer

October 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

The Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District has just finished negotiating with the teachers of our school, who said they are not getting paid enough for what they do. This, in fact, is true. Out of many surrounding dis...

Online Classes are Convenient, but Detract from Learning Experience

John Hilden, Staff writer

October 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Have you dreamed of a course with at home testing, extreme flexibility, and barely any commitment? Maybe an online class is a good option for you to look into. With this being said, there are many things to consider when de...

Why You Shouldn’t Believe Your Horoscope

Isabelle Spelta, Writer

January 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion

           Whether it’s once a day, once a week, or once a year, many people check their horoscopes religiously. They read every word and soak up the information, believing both the good and the bad. People can fi...

Letters from the Editor

November 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

You’re probably wondering whether or not you’ve picked up the right issue of The Point. “But where are the beautiful color photos? The glossy pages?” you may ask. While we’re sad to see the magazine go, we are equally excited...

The internet made difficult

November 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

As the school year becomes increasingly difficult and students have more responsibilities, the ability to keep track of everything is becoming a much greater feat. Students not only have to worry about tests and homework, but th...

Outside College Counselors

November 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Are they necessary and fair? Harvard or Harbor? With each passing year, colleges are getting harder and harder to get accepted into. Many parents and students do not realize how prestigious some of the students in other districts, state...

Wanted: Girls In Red Tide

November 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

As we all know, big changes are being made to Red Tide. Our current leaders are remaking the reputation that has been attached to Red Tide for years, and all male Red Tide leaders have been apart of that reputation from the beg...

Online Classes Have Both Pros and Cons

November 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

How does leaving school early sound? To go home, kick off your shoes, plop down on the couch, open your computer and...go to class? Online classes, now offered at PVHS include World History, US History, and Gov/Econ. T...

The Twilight Movies

Amanda H., Writer

November 1, 2016

Filed under Opinion

     The Twilight Saga, in my opinion, is one of the best sets of films in semi-recent years. After all, what’s not to love about a vampire played by Robert Pattinson and a werewolf played by Taylor Lautner?      ...

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