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From Russia to San Diego, hockey star to take talents to Harvard Foodie Series Ep. 3: Gelato-go The Cloverfield Paradox crashes, burns Student disciplined after Snapchat controversy Boys varsity basketball defeats Culver, celebrates Senior Night, coach
 

From Russia to San Diego, hockey star to take talents to Harvard

Sophia Goldberg sports editor From skating around the Toyota Sports Center rink with her brother at four years old, to winning back-to-back gold medals at the Junior World Championships, senior Dominique Petrie fell in love with the game of hockey and has had the opportunity to play the sport on various teams throughout her 13-year […]

Foodie Series Ep. 3: Gelato-go

AJ Wolken staff writer Rinesa Kabashi photo editor Our foodie series gives an exclusive inside look into some of the most popular restaurants in LA! Gelato-go is a new dessert option on Beverly Drive, that offers anything from authentic Italian coffee to tasty pastries to delicious gelato.

The Cloverfield Paradox crashes, burns

Evan Minniti staff writer In 2008, JJ Abrams produced the monster flick “Cloverfield”, a critical and box office success. Eight years later a loosely-connected spiritual sequel, the psychological horror film “10 Cloverfield Lane”, was even more successful. These original movies worked for a number of reasons, especially the lack of complete explanations for why monsters […]

Student disciplined after Snapchat controversy

Sam Bernstein staff writer Jude Binkley staff writer A Beverly cheerleader has recently been accused of sending a derogatory Snapchat of Santa Monica High School’s cheerleaders at Friday night’s varsity boys basketball game at Santa Monica. The Snapchat post is a photo of their cheerleaders with a caption reading “monkeys 😍😍.” The term “monkey” has […]

Boys varsity basketball defeats Culver, celebrates Senior Night, coach’s birthday

Catherine Gagulashvili staff writer Following their previous game against Culver City High School, where they lost by two points, the boys varsity basketball team was able to beat Culver 56-53 in their final league game of the season on Thursday, Feb. 8, qualifying them for CIF. “Coach Jarvis set out a great game plan for […]

Teacher couples express their love

02 February 2017

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

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Democratic Chickens Come Home To Roost

02 February 2017

Evan Minniti staff writer Trump is now president, and with him comes a whole reactionary circus of billionaires and incompetents firmly tied to the rule of Wall Street. Trump’s actions may make him the most rightwing president in recent memory. Because of this, the Democrats and Barack Obama try to cultivate a “left” image around themselves, […]

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Varsity wrestling falls to Samo

01 February 2017

Rinesa Kabashi staff writer The varsity wrestling team lost against SAMO on Tuesday, Jan. 31; however, the loss did not deter any of the athletes. Instead, each player plans on building off the areas that went well and improving in the fields necessary to prepare for their next match. Senior Cameron Ifekwunigwe, who won all […]

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Shyamalan returns to form with ‘Split’

31 January 2017

Evan Minniti staff writer M. Night Shyamalan is not considered an amazing director. The man is responsible for such cinematic atrocities as “The Last Airbender” and “The Happening”, among others. A man who started his career with so much promise, directing fantastic psychologically and dramatically engaging thrillers like “The Sixth Sense” and “Unbreakable”, became regarded as […]

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AP achievement should be reflected in grades

30 January 2017

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief Students need to be rewarded for their hard work. If they are taking the hardest classes in high school (APs), they should get some benefit. There is one step that teachers can take to reward students for taking these challenging classes, and for studying incredibly hard for the AP test at the end […]

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Speech and debate team win at competition

26 January 2017

Jamie Kim news editor Six members of the speech and debate team competed at Narbonne High School on Jan. 21, with three competitors bringing back awards. Sophomores Dean Becker and William Lee won a bronze medal and a first place trophy, respectively, in the impromptu event, and junior Ben Dahan won a bronze medal in […]

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Mehraban’s three-pointer tops Crossroads in close game

25 January 2017

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, […]

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What to expect when being political on social media

25 January 2017

Veronica Pahomova co-editor-in-chief Social media. What once began as platforms for sending mass messages of funny cat videos have quickly evolved into outlets for political opinions. The election season has inevitably transformed these websites into harsh waves of political articles, Trump memes, social justice warfronts and everything in between. And though posting one’s perspective on […]

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Women’s March exhibits change

24 January 2017

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 […]

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Chargers move to LA yields no winners

23 January 2017

Isaiah Freedman senior sports consultant Boy, do circumstances change quickly. This time last year, Los Angeles, the second largest market in the country, did not have a football team. Fast forward a whole year and our city currently has two: the Rams and now the Chargers. With the Chargers announcing their move last week to […]

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