The Point

The Point

The Point

The internet made difficult

November 11, 2016

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...

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Outside College Counselors

November 11, 2016

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...

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Wanted: Girls In Red Tide

November 11, 2016

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...

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Online Classes Have Both Pros and Cons

November 11, 2016

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,...

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The Twilight Movies

Amanda H., Writer November 1, 2016

     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...

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#Repeal the 19th

Audrey T., Writer October 19, 2016

     In the wake of stories, allegations, and one quite profound video, supporters of the Trump campaign are feeling weary about women.      If it is not a crowned Miss universe who claims she...

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Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

Sue Park, Writer October 13, 2016

     Today’s the day my older brother will go back to college in Boston. It’s with a heavy heart I’ll say goodbye- a goodbye that I know won’t be forever. Because he’ll come back in a few...

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The Problem with Censorship

Sue Park, Writer October 5, 2016

     As Nathaniel Branden once said, “The first step toward change is awareness. The second step is acceptance.”      In the wake of the modern civil rights movements and protests, the severity...

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Autumn: The best season of them all!

Amanda Houtz, Writer September 30, 2016

Although the weather hasn’t been very reflective of it, September has drawn to a close, and autumn has commenced. Not quite winter, and no longer summer, autumn is cast as a “middle season” and...

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Subway: Not Having It My Way

Matt Usui, Writer September 30, 2016

Not too long ago, it was uncommon to go to Subway and order a sandwich that cost more than $5 (that is if you didn’t order avocado). But with the rising costs of regular amenities increasing daily, Subway...

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Kim K and Gigi Hadid harassed by same “fan”

Allie Cromer, Writer September 29, 2016
Celebrities are a huge fixture in our daily lives. We all want to see the risque selfie Kim Kardashian just posted. We love to fawn over how gorgeous Gigi Hadid is. However, our fixation on celebrities can sometimes take a very stranger turn.
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Hilary Trumps Donald in First Debate

Clinton and Trump faced off in the first of three Presidential Debates last night.
Allie Cromer, Opinion editor September 27, 2016

Yesterday the nation turned it’s attention to the highly anticipated Presidential Debate, the first of three. Many people, especially undecided voters, were hoping the candidates would clearly define...

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