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Best Classes at PV High

Grace Rehault, Staff Writer June 9, 2014

In my four years at PV High, I’ve taken a lot of classes, some of which were terrible and others of which were great. Save yourself the trouble of taking terrible classes and enroll in these ones I recommend...

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The Underexposed Art

The Underexposed Art

Tanya Wadhawan, Staff Writer June 9, 2014

Shoot the sibling. Frame the parents. It will be over in a flash. No, Sea Kings I am not suggesting murder. With summer rolling around why not try something new like film or photography? You may...

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McDonalds: Not So McNice

Nicole Mar, Staff Writer March 12, 2014

Most people are praised for giving back to others. However, this was not the case for McDonald’s employee Heather Levia in Olean, New York. Levia, a 23-year-old single mother was fired for her charitable...

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Syriously Syria?

Hannah Kim, Staff writer October 29, 2013

         I wish the United States could be the “policeman of the world”. It would be great to have such a passionate country like ours protecting the rest of the world. But unfortunately,...

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Teens Drive Cops Crazy

Grace Rehaut, Staff Writer May 26, 2013

It seems to be a rule that was made to be broken. Friends entreat me to violate it, without the slightest sense of guilt. Smiling parents ask the same of me, as if they don’t see any problem with the...

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ACT Heads for the Interent

ACT Heads for the Interent

Lindsay Sunada, Staff Writer May 22, 2013

  Starting in the spring of 2015, high school students will be able to take the ACT college admissions exam online.  This new method will conserve paper and some students believe it will allow...

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United States of Apathy

Grace Rehaut, Staff Writer May 22, 2013

  Do you know what the flag of the People’s Republic of China looks like? According to a study done by the Pew Research Center, nearly 43% of Americans don’t. Truthfully, I didn’t know either,...

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Seattle PD Implements Drones to Monitor City

Lindsay Sunada, Staff Writer April 9, 2013

Benjamin Franklin once said,  “Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.” This debate over civil rights and privacy was recently...

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One Billion Rise Against Violence Against Women

One Billion Rise Against Violence Against Women

Grace Rehaut, Staff Writer February 11, 2013

Although Valentine’s Day has honorable historical roots, increased commercialization has turned February 14th into the prototypical “Hallmark Holiday,” so called for its emphasis on consumer spending....

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Irony of the Holiday Spending

Lindsay Sunada, Staff Writer December 11, 2012

When thinking of the holidays, what comes to mind? Ugly sweaters? Gingerbread cookies? Presents?  The winter holidays have been a huge part of American culture throughout history, however over the years...

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Stop Whining, it isn’t the End of the World!

Sarah Schatz, Staff Writer December 11, 2012

While some use advent calendars to count down the days until Christmas, others are counting down until the infamous date of December 21, 2012, the date of the supposed apocalypse. This date has been sensationalized...

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Closer to Celebrities

Closer to Celebrities

Grace Rehaut, Staff Writer December 11, 2012

Thanks to the growing prevalence of social media in our lives, it is now easier than ever to get up close and personal with our favorite celebrities online. From Facebook to Youtube to Twitter, the famous...

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