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Ode to a College App

January 16, 2019 2:56am | Natalie Richardson

Oh college apps, How you’ve forsaken me. You give me the hope of a brighter future yet strip me of my sanity. My stress is incalculable, and I never get to sleep. You demand letters of rec and all of my money   I’m left […]

A New Status Quo in the North Korea-United States Standoff

January 15, 2019 7:50pm | Brandon Kim

It might be hard to believe, considering the very real possibility of nuclear war just last summer, but the last time North Korea conducted a nuclear missile test was just over a year ago: November 28, 2017. That doesn’t necessarily mean that the country hasn’t […]

Last Eclipse of Our Decade

January 15, 2019 7:46pm | Sascha Goldsmith

The last Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse until 2032 will appear on January 20th, and will definitely be a sight to see. This somewhat rare eclipse is caused when “Earth’s shadow blocks the sun’s light, which otherwise reflects off the moon” according to Space.com. This […]

The 76th Annual Golden Globes

January 9, 2019 7:18pm | Naiima Paul

On Sunday night, one of Hollywood’s biggest celebrations took place. The 76th Annual Golden Globes, hosted by comedic actor Andy Samberg and dramatic actor Sandra Oh, celebrated the achievements of filmmakers’ 2018 productions. The night had many famous faces, great moments, and entertaining occurrences. There […]

Just the Beginning

December 25, 2018 6:53am | Samuel Schuette

Last Friday night, a historic season for the Culver City Centaurs football team came to an end. A 54-42 loss to Lincoln High School ended the Centaurs’ hopes of winning the program’s first state championship, but the season was nevertheless a success. After a 2017 […]

Spongebob Creator Stephen Hillenburg Dead at 57

December 25, 2018 6:51am | Naiima Paul

One of the most memorable creators of the past decade, Stephen Hillenburg, has died of ALS. Best known for being the creator, director, and animator behind the “Spongebob Squarepants” cartoon, he has been a major influence over the childhood of an entire generation. Hillenburg was […]

Santa Satire

December 19, 2018 8:14pm | Sascha Goldsmith

This Christmas, I’m really looking forward to getting a piece of coal. You see, I’ve been kinda good the whole year, right, so I at least deserve something that I might want. Coal is honestly the best thing ever. It’s basically diamond, and technically contains […]

Football Looks to Bounce Back

November 29, 2018 11:15pm | Sam Schuette

The Culver City Centaurs football team fought to the end against league rival school Lawndale, but eventually came just short by a score of 34-27. The game was broadcasted on Fox Sports West and was nothing short of exciting. Following a low scoring first half, […]

Cookies vs Creme

November 29, 2018 11:14pm | Ally Matheson

One afternoon I was eating an Oreo cookie and trying to decide which part I liked better, the cookie or the creme. It got me thinking, is one really better than the other? There is no simple approach to any question, only the perspective that […]

What’s So Wrong With Columbus Day?

November 2, 2018 6:54pm | Nina Baeza

On October 8, 2018, over 20 states celebrated Columbus Day. However, many other states, like California, did not observe Columbus Day. Columbus Day celebrates the “discovery” of the Americas by Christopher Columbus, an intrepid Italian explorer. Why did all of these states choose not to […]