The Inside Scoop on Journalism Programs

Isabella Ruiz, News Editor

May 2, 2019

Motivated to find eye-catching ways to improve the school’s publications, the Triton Yearbook and The Point leaders attended the annual JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention in Anaheim during the last w...

Hawkeye Prevails in Scholar Quiz

Claire Hardesty, Writer

May 2, 2019

Some people can compete with ease, while others stand by with gaping mouths. How do these teams prepare for these questions? Are they superhuman or have they painstakingly prepared? This unique competition, Scholar Quiz, has been going on for thirteen years ...

Sold Out Footloose Shows Wow Audiences

Phoebe Lai and Isabella Ruiz

May 1, 2019

The classic 80’s film about high-schooler Ren McCormack and his struggle to return dancing and rock-and-roll music to his new town is being reclaimed by PV High’s own production of Footloose this Spring.  A story drawing on the restriction of self-expressi...

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...

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...

Business at Berkeley

Noah Whang, Sports Editor

April 1, 2019

On February 28, students enrolled in PVHS’s Model United Nations [MUN] departed for the annual University of California, Berkeley MUN trip. This annual tradition allows students to experience a new committee and a new city. The grand event pulls...

College Admissions Scandal Hits Close to Home

Graydon Leongkaye and Sarah Liu, Writers

April 1, 2019

On March 12, the FBI unearthed the largest college admissions scandal in U.S. history. At the time of publishing, 50 people have been charged over the course of the investigation for bribing athletics staff, fabricating c...

Sea Kings Saving Lives at the Blood Drive

Isabella Ruiz, News Editor

April 1, 2019

For the first time in 16 years, PV High hosted a blood drive in partnership with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, as students rolled up their sleeves to partake in donating a pint of blood.  On March 5th, students, teachers, and ev...

Voicing Concerns at Capitol Convoy

March 25, 2019

Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District students, educators and administrators took business into their own hands through the annual Capitol Convoy trip from March 19 to 20. Participants traveled to advocate for ass...

Throwback to Palos Verdes, Circa 1900s

Claire Hardesty, Writer

February 21, 2019

Early 1900’s: the Palos Verdes Peninsula is residence to 100 families, the roads end on Grand Via Alta Mira, and one family delivers groceries to all of the residents on the hill. Nestled into the corner of a newly built Malaga Cove Plaza, M...

Lincoln Memorial Incident Sparks Social Media Controversy

Phoebe Lai, Editor-In-Chief

February 21, 2019

The infamous standoff that occured on January 18 between three groups representative of clashing principles has fostered a controversy that has countless Americans debating their own thoughts about the confrontation. On the s...

Government Shutdown Makes Waves

Kyle Ahn, Writer

February 21, 2019

From December 21 to January 25, the federal government was partially shut down due to President Donald Trump’s refusal to pass a federal spending bill that did not include $5.6 billion of federal funding for his long-promised b...

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