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Travel ban breakdown: what happened, who’s affected?

Explanation of  Trump’s travel ban   Ben Dahan news editor Natasha Dardashti social media editor On Friday, Jan. 27, President Donald Trump signed an executive order restricting immigration and travel from seven Muslim majority countries–Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Sudan, Somalia and Yemen– for 90 days in order to give time for stricter federal vetting processes. The ban […]

Normans’ Senior Night foiled by Vikings

Isaiah Freedman sports writer The Santa Monica Vikings defeated the Normans 50-47 in a closely contested match on Senior Night. Ironically, it was the same score as Beverly’s win over Crossroads a week ago; however, with a much more sober result for the home team. The rivalry game was unsurprisingly sold out, with as many […]

Teacher couples express their love

Priscilla Hopper staff writer Teachers Josh and Alissa Glass, Pete Van Rossum and Celest Mcdonald share their experiences as couples in the work place.

Mehraban’s three-pointer tops Crossroads in close game

Isaiah Freedman senior sports consultant Boys varsity won the closest game of the season, beating Crossroads 50-47 thanks to a clutch three-point buzzer beater by guard Jason Mehraban. The narrative before the game centered on Ron Artest (son of Laker Metta World Peace) facing off against Shareef O’Nea (son of former NBA star Shaquille O’Neal)l, […]

Women’s March exhibits change

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief There is no question that the Women’s March of Jan. 21, 2017 was a game changer. Record turnouts for rallies across the country meant that over one in every 100 Americans came out to show their vehement opposition to many of the expected policies of the Donald Trump White House. Not only did […]

You can vote, but do you know enough to?

13 January 2012

Zachary Fouladian, Staff Writer High school is a time when most students reach the legal voting age, but how many of us actually know enough about politics to make that decision? For most of our lives, we could get by without knowing the specifics, just hating Bush can get you by in most of California. […]

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College Apps: overwhelming or overrated?

13 January 2012

Pasha Farmanara, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief From the day one starts high school, until graduation everything a student does is for one reason. It is the reason students deprive themselves of sleep, bury their faces in textbooks and check JupiterGrades every chance they get. Students do all of this to get into a good college. Over a […]

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Brian Song moves up the rankings

13 January 2012

Pasha Farmanara, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief It is the last hole, and after four days of golfing and almost five hours into his round, it all comes down to this. He just walked two and a half miles over hilly terrain with a 35 pound golf bag on his back. Even though he has many aches and […]

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MATCH makes a difference

13 January 2012

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer Giving back to the community is the job of every human on earth, whether it is actively participating in organizations, doing community service or donating money to charities. Making a difference in the community is entrusted to every generation, particularly teenagers, because they are the world’s future. Teenagers like sophmores Sarah […]

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DIY duo gets crafty

13 January 2012

Julia Waldow, Print Centerfold Editor The term DIY, or Do It Yourself, usually describes crafts, costumes, clothing and gifts.  For juniors Drew Hirschinger and Leah Weissbuch, DIY is more than just a saying or an action; it’s a lifestyle. During the summer of 2011, Hirschinger and Weissbuch created their own YouTube channel, CraftDuJour, to post DIY […]

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Highlights launches online component

13 January 2012

Kevin Park, Staff Writer and Web Designer Having been successful as a long-established school newspaper, Highlights finally goes online for the first time in the school’s history. Highlights online is run by nine students in adviser Gaby Herbst’s period eight desktop publishing class.  The online newspaper will provide students with the latest school news, 24 […]

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Music appreciation club makes show on KBEV

13 January 2012

Hae Lee, Staff Writer  A close group of students who are passionate and interested in music created the Music Appreciation Club. Every Tuesday at lunch, in U.S. History teacher Dan Moroaica’s room, students come together to jam, listen and learn. During meetings, club members bring in their own instruments. The club discusses music theory, the […]

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