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Statesmen to Social Media Stars: A Change in Presidential Perception

Aidan Shen, Opinion Editor November 1, 2023

The political playingfield of the United States is experiencing a massive culture shift and we the people need to shift with it.  Comparing the last two presidential debates to all that came before,...

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Parents Need to Take Responsibility:

Kids are not born for views
Ella Hansen, Reporter November 1, 2023

Although the invention of popular social media such as Instagram, Tik Tok, and YouTube opened up new opportunities to connect with other people through social media, it also created the issue of parents...

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A Letter From the Editors

Chloe Choi and Jonathan Liu November 1, 2023

As many seniors celebrate their 18th birthday they are gifted with many new privileges including signing themselves out from school.  One gift these seniors receive is the right to vote. Seniors who...

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Letters of Recommendation:

We need to help our teachers out
Eva Yancheson, Centerspread Editor November 1, 2023

  “The U.S. college application process is overly complicated and time-consuming all around in my opinion, especially for students, and creates more stress and heartache than it should,” English teacher...

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(Graphic by Ella Sherry and Chloe Choi)

A Crisis of Culture

Why contemporary art doesn’t deserve all the hate
Ella Sherry, News Editor November 1, 2023

Monet, Matisse, da Vinci, van Gogh, Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Michelangelo—these are all names of painters most people have heard of before.  But what about Kara Walker, Kiki Smith, Jaune Quick-to-See...

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Pint-Sized Stories: Senior Send-Off

Luka Ardon and Chloe Choi, Centerspread Editors May 31, 2023

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Pint-Sized Stories: Earth Week

Chloe Choi and Luka Ardon, Centerspread Editors April 18, 2023

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Entry to the girls locker room. (Photo by Eva Yancheson)

PVHS Needs Some Updates: Looking Into The District’s Lack Of Funding

Eva Yancheson, Reporter April 14, 2023

The “Main Event”, a local auction with parents and other PV residents, is the biggest source of outside revenue for the Palos Verdes Peninsula School District.  Admission is 175 dollars a ticket...

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The iPad Kid Epidemic

Quinn Kearns, Social Media Editor April 14, 2023

Have you ever seen a child at a dinner playing games on their mom’s phone?  If you have, you’ve witnessed a future iPad kid in their natural habitat.  When their request for a real phone is...

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A Letter From the Editors

Lucia Ruiz and Amber Chen, Editors-in-Chief April 14, 2023

Journalistic integrity is one of the first things we learned in high school journalism. Principles like honesty make up the very foundation of fair news reporting.  While we students prepared to enter...

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The Importance Of Dual Immersion Schools

Luka Ardon, Centerspread Editor April 14, 2023

Dual-Immersion schools are bilingual schools teaching in English and another language. These schools can be a great opportunity for children to become bilingual fairly easily.  But for students in...

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The TikTok-ification Of The Music Industry

Olivia Kao, Reporter April 14, 2023

Steve Lacy, a popular indie artist who has been a big name in the R&B scene for years, released his single “Bad Habit” in the summer of 2022, which soon after reached number one on the Billboard...

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