Liberty for Some, but Not for All

Kyle Ahn, Writer

May 2, 2019

When the law is not enforced, minorities must make their voices heard. 64 deaths, more than 1,000 buildings looted or burnt to the ground, mandatory curfews, 1,100 marines, 600 army soldiers, and 6,500 national guardsmen patrolli...

A Letter from the Editors

Jamie Doo and Phoebe Lai, Editors-in-Chief

May 2, 2019

In spite of recent progress in the acceptance and appreciation of diversity in America, there are still a number of citizens who believe that speaking English should be mandatory when living in America.  Those on the more radical side maintain that peo...

How to Get Into College

Jamie Doo, Editor-in-Chief

May 2, 2019

Two Truths and a Lie ...

Students Should Be Given the Day off for APs

Chloe Slome, Writer

May 2, 2019

After preparing the whole school year for a test, AP students are now faced with another challenge during the day of their AP exam.   A policy put in place this year no longer allows students to be excused from classes all da...

Are AP Tests Worth Taking?

Ethan King and Noah Whang, Writer and Sports Editor

May 2, 2019

PRO By Ethan King, Reporter Are AP Tests worth it? Stress, caffeine, no sleep.  What does this sound like? AP test prep.  But unlike most high school tests,  AP exams cost quite a bit of money.  Ninety-four dollars per test, to be ex...

A Fan’s Take On Endgame

Seren Cho, Copy Editor

May 1, 2019

Just last week, the highly anticipated Avengers: Endgame, directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, the last (that we know of) Avengers movie begins right after Infinity War in the MCU timeline. The original six plus some other superh...

A Modest Proposal for Spring Break

April 7, 2019

Dear Whoever Decides When the Breaks Are, Spring Break could not be better. It’s the break we all look forward to. It comes at the perfect time -- a few weeks too late, but also, somehow, a few weeks too early. It’s t...

An Incurable Disease

Gabriella Rudy, Writer

April 7, 2019

It’s contagious, but seniors aren’t looking for the cure. An annual epidemic has recurred once more on PV High’s campus and is increasingly infecting senior Sea Kings. With common symptoms including urges to skip cl...

Lies and Fake Crimes Lead to More Problems

Ivan Barron, Writer

April 7, 2019

The current state of political division that America is experiencing marks one of the more controversial periods of time within our country’s recent history. Among the “hot topics” of these political controversies are the...

A Letter from the Editors: A Need for Higher Education Reformation

Phoebe Lai and Jamie Doo, Editors-In-Chief

April 7, 2019

In light of the recent college scandal involving wealthy parents paying large sums for their children’s admission into “elite” schools, educators, parents, and high schoolers are left with wavering opinions about the des...

The Need to Break Taboo on Periods

Chloe Lendi, Writer

April 7, 2019

In spite of all social advancements that have contributed to the better treatment of women today, there still remains a stigma that goes unnoticed because it has been engraved into our society: periods. Thanks to the Shor...

The Fictitious Phone Policy Phobia

Nikolas Tempereau, Opinion Editor

April 7, 2019

No more phones in PVPUSD schools. Recently, the PVPUSD school board has come to the conclusion that phones are negatively affecting students at school, so a new policy that phones are not allowed to be out at school has been en...

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