The Point

The Point

The Point

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Even if Kyiv Falls, Moscow and Putin Still Lose

Aidan Sun, Editor-in-Chief March 7, 2022

On Feb. 22, Cossack Gundi, a British national turned Ukrainian marine I’d been following for a few weeks, tweeted as tensions grew in Eastern Europe, “Going dark on social media … It’s been a pleasure,...

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Accommodating the Diverse Cultures of America: PVPUSD Should Observe Lunar New Year

Amber Chen, Opinion Editor February 10, 2022

The Lunar New Year is widely celebrated across many eastern and southeastern Asian countries, including China, South Korea, Vietnam, Mongolia, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines.  Originating...

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Dream Isn’t Dreaming of You…

Chloe Choi, Reporter February 10, 2022

Celebrities. Imperfect human beings just like you and me, except they are glorified and worshiped to godly statuses by their hoards of overly-dedicated supporters. Celebrity influence has reached every...

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A Letter From the Editors

Spotify, Stop This “Menace to Public Health”
Aidan Sun and Alycen Kim, Editors-in-Chief February 10, 2022

Once a national treasure and the adored poster child of Cal Bears football, Aaron Rodgers has fallen from grace. No, not because of the Packers’ spectacular dumpster fire of a divisional matchup against...

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Pint-Sized Stories

Luka Ardon and Chloe Choi, Reporters February 10, 2022

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Benefits of Block Schedule

Kelly Donahue, Social Media Editor February 10, 2022

One of the great aspects of Palos Verdes High School that convinces students to enroll every year is its block schedule. Following a block schedule provides students with countless benefits, such as more...

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The Importance of Casting LGBTQ+ Actors as LGBTQ+ Characters

Eva Mayrose, Reporter December 17, 2021

The majority of us find inspiration in the media through shows, movies and social networks. So what happens when what is portrayed on TV isn’t as harmless as it seems?  Although LGBTQ+ representation...

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The Education System is Outdated

Sophie Stoddart, Reporter December 17, 2021

If students had more control over their methods of learning and teachers had more control over the material they teach, both parties would be more inspired and motivated to do their jobs. Education is...

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Stop Romanticizing Criminals

Alycen Kim, Editor-in-Chief December 17, 2021

Harry Styles, Cole Sprouse, and Ted Bundy.  What do all of these men have in common? They are all adored and worshipped by teenage girls all over the world.  Yes, you read that right.  Even Ted Bundy.   In...

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A Letter From the Editors

Alycen Kim and Aidan Sun, Editors-in-Chief December 17, 2021

Palos Verdes High is full of unique students, but here are the ones that most people have had encounters with, good or bad. Editors-in-chief Aidan Sun and Alycen Kim summarize the best and worst types...

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Pint-Sized Stories

Chloe Choi and Luka Ardon, Reporters December 17, 2021

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Holiday Spirit Does Not Depend on Make-Believe

Amber Chen, Opinion Editor December 17, 2021

When the holidays roll around, many children are overjoyed by the magic they feel from believing in their favorite holiday characters, Santa Claus and his flying reindeer. However, an equivocal question...

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