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    Ode to a College App
    Oh college apps, How you’ve forsaken me. You give me the hope of a brighter future yet strip me of my sanity. My stres
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    A New Status Quo in the North Korea-United States Standoff
    It might be hard to believe, considering the very real possibility of nuclear war just last summer, but the last time No
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    Last Eclipse of Our Decade
    The last Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse until 2032 will appear on January 20th, and will definitely be a sight to see. Th
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    The 76th Annual Golden Globes
    On Sunday night, one of Hollywood’s biggest celebrations took place. The 76th Annual Golden Globes, hosted by comedic
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    Space Is The Limit
    On a Monday afternoon in room 91, sophomore Sophie Doumitt stood in front of some 40 student members of the robotics tea
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    Just the Beginning
    Last Friday night, a historic season for the Culver City Centaurs football team came to an end. A 54-42 loss to Lincoln

Sports

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    Just the Beginning
    Last Friday night, a historic season for the Culver City Centaurs football team came to an end. A 54-42 loss to Lincoln
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    Football Looks to Bounce Back
    The Culver City Centaurs football team fought to the end against league rival school Lawndale, but eventually came just
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    Centaurs Eye CIF Title
    Culver​ ​City’s​ football​​ ​team,​ although​​ ​coming​ short​ of​​ ​an ​​Ocean ​
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    Football Starts Off Strong
    Winning has become a habit for this year’s Culver City varsity football team, as a 59-0 win over University High last
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    Big Blue Digs Pink
    Girls Varsity Volleyball led Culver City High School to victory as they defeated Santa Monica High School 25-23, 25-20,
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    Girls Tennis Wins Eight Consecutive Games
    The CCHS Girls Tennis Team went undefeated until September 21, when they lost to North Torrance after eight consecutive

Opinion

A&E

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    50,000 Words in a Month?
    It’s that time of year where writers of all types are put to the ultimate challenge. That’s right, it’s National N
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    A Day At Sony
    On Friday, November 2, I was one of the lucky few who got to see the inner workings of the film industry in a field trip
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    Bohemian Rhapsody Review: For Families not for Fans
      The highly awaited Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody recently came out to a generally well-receiving audience. Rami
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    Tha Carter V Review
    Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter V recently came out on September 28 of this year. It was originally slated for release in
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    Robert Frost Gala
    About a week ago, Culver City High School hosted the grand opening of their brand new auditorium.  The Robert Frost Gal
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    Twenty One Pilots’ New Album
    Twenty one pilots became one of the most successful bands in the world after their release of the Blurryface album in 20

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    Thanksgiving “break”
    Thanksgiving is a national holiday that celebrates, as the name suggests, things you are thankful for. Lots of people ge
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    Christmas in November
    Halloween has now come and gone; the ghoul and goblins have gone back in their holes, so now it is time to simply enjoy
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    Manic Monday Halloween
    Halloween is a holiday enjoyed by children and adults alike–a day of dressing up and eating candy that many people

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