The Point

The Point

The Point

Relationships are Overrated

Alexa Stevens, Online Editor February 21, 2019

Dear People in a Relationship on Valentine’s Day, Roses are red Violets are blue Valentine’s Day is overrated Single people matter, too. As soon as Christmas is over, the Valentine’s...

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A Letter from the Editors

Phoebe Lai and Jamie Doo February 21, 2019

It’s inevitable for social norms and cultural values to constantly change with the diversifying world population, as illustrated through the growing “generation gap” between newer and older generations....

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The Shutdown that Should Have Been Shut Down

Kyle Ahn, Writer February 21, 2019

Arrogance, incompetence, and pure childishness - all the right words to describe the worst 35-day event in President Donald Trump’s political career. A campaign promise that was twisted and skewed...

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The Unfair Working Conditions for Today’s Educators

John Kim, Writer February 21, 2019

In January, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) teachers’ union went on a massive strike to demand higher pay and better school funding. The strike was part of a nationwide movement, and...

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District Should Offer More Student Drills for Active Shooters

Ryan Olarte, Writer December 21, 2018

Throughout the last year, the district and school administration worked on preparing our school for a very serious and relevant scenario, a school shooter. Though the district made it clear how far the...

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The Hated Species: Peacocks

Emily Typrowicz, Assistant Sports Editor December 21, 2018

Peacocks are a well known species in Palos Verdes. They roam through streets and canyons and look beautiful. Some people think they are gorgeous and love them while others don’t. These beautiful animals...

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The Gender Hypocrisy

Alexa Stevens, Online Editor December 21, 2018

When you meet someone for the first time, there are a few things you’re likely to notice: their outfit, their hair, and the gender you perceive them to align with. For this reason, when someone doesn’t...

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A Letter from the Editors

Jamie Doo and Phoebe Lai, Editors-in-Chief December 21, 2018

With the constant swarm of controversy surrounding famous musicians, actors, and authors, many question whether it’s possible to separate the artist from his or her work. No one is safe. Recently, even...

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E-Sports Should Count as Sports

John Kim, Writer December 21, 2018

With the advent of the popular games starting in the late 20th century, competitive gaming (esports) scene has been on the rise. Though the concept of esports existed before, it gained its initial spark...

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A (Christmas) Present Issue

Alexa Stevens, Online Editor December 21, 2018

Dear Santa, There is a problem we need to address. It should be at the top of your list this year, really. It should go: my problem, check names twice, feed reindeer. So, here it is. Picture me...

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The Brexit Deal Brawl

Ivan Barron, Writer December 21, 2018

Currently, most news outlets in the US are covering stories about our country’s government and admittedly turbulent political climate.  Unfortunately, this has lead American media to shift its attention...

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A Nation of Fire and Fury

What the HECK happened to this country? Regardless of the Democratic victory in the House of Representatives in the 2018 election, our country seems more divided than ever.
Kyle Ahn, Writer December 3, 2018

The news coverage, the lies, the name-calling, the anger; the schoolyard that is America has a bunch of whiny children running this country with a leader that encourages belligerence. Division and...

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