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Designated Survivor: review and spoilers of first episode

ABC's newest series premiered last week.
Amanda Houtz, Writer September 27, 2016

Article II, Section 3 of the Constitution states that “He shall from time to time give to Congress information of the State of the Union and recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall...

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The 9/11 memorial has nearly 3,000 names of victims of the 9/11 terrorism attacks and victims of the February 26, 1993 WTC bombing. (Photo courtesy of Cynthia Ruiz)

Generation Z and 9/11: an open letter

News editor Audrey Trell pens an open letter to her generation on this day of remembrance.
Audrey Trell, News Editor September 11, 2016

Today is a day of remembrance for so many people whose lives felt the direct impact of the 9/11 attacks fifteen years ago. It is both necessary and important to pay homage to the losses that resulted from...

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Parking Woes at PV

Natanya Faitelson December 18, 2015

Imagine driving to school, already running late, turning into the Palos Verdes  High Schools’ student parking, only to find out there aren't any spots left. What can a student do? Students cannot park...

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Best and Worst of Two Democratic and Two Republican Candidates

Kevin Bailey December 18, 2015

Donald Trump: Best: Trump’s plans to increase focus on illegal immigration. Illegal immigration is a huge problem in the U.S., especially in California. According  to Mexico’s former ambassador...

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The Top 5 Cringeworthy Moments in the Presidential Race

Seren Cho November 24, 2015

Election Day is right around the corner. It may not seem like it, but it is definitely happening. So, I’m here to keep you updated on some current events.Without further ado, here are the 5 most cringe-worthy...

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Capstone 2.0

Natanya Faitelson November 24, 2015

At the beginning of the year, during the first school assembly, Seakings received a notification from their principal Dr. Park that would completely transform their senior and junior years. The long and...

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Required Readings

Allie Cromer June 4, 2015

There is nothing more exciting than sitting down with a depressing book assigned by your English teacher.  Not only do you get to spend hours trying to decipher the old English it is written in, but you...

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Lettuce Eat More Responsibly

Alison Millman June 4, 2015

Lots of people emphasize the importance of healthy living and eating. However, many do not understand exactly the best type of lifestyle that is most beneficial for not only personal health, but also the...

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Hilary 2.0

Natanya Faitelson June 4, 2015

The year has finally come that the United States of America could possibly have its first female president.  In early April 2015, Hillary Clinton publicly announced that she will be running for president...

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Letter to the Editor

June 4, 2015

Dear The Point Staff, Mr. Mirosavich and Fellow Sea Kings,   After reading the article titled Red Tide Reborn?  I felt an overwhelming responsibility to share how much Palos Verdes High School...

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Summertime Happiness

Nicole Mar June 4, 2015

Since senior year is coming to a close, I wrote down a list of places to go and experience before graduation. Hollywood Hike Wow, this one seems so cliche. I always see pictures of people hiking...

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Dear PVHS,

Dear PVHS,

Grace Rehaut, Staff Writer June 11, 2014

  The numbers are in: once again, PV High’s enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year is not as high as we would like it to be. Although our numbers are up from last year, a large portion of this...

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