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All Things Must Come to an End

May 19, 2018 5:27pm | Lena Thaw

After 24 years of touring and putting on shows for rock-lovers across the country, the Vans Warped Tour is going on its final run this summer. The Vans-sponsored tour, created by Kevin Lyman in 1995, has featured punk-rock and alternative artists such as Sublime, No […]

Taylor Swift is in LA!

May 3, 2018 9:51pm | Addissyn House

Taylor Swift’s reputation stadium tour has finally reached Los Angeles. On May 18th and 19th, she will be performing at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Like most concerts, hers will feature special guests, but, in the typical Taylor Swift fashion, these special guests are strong […]

What the Frack!?

April 25, 2018 8:43pm | Sascha Goldsmith

Recently, a drilling company on the Inglewood Oil Field had sparked major concern after announcing 30-40 new oil wells, adding to a prior 41. There will be several drills in use at a time, emitting toxins into the air at least 400 feet away from […]

Cape Town Has No Water

April 18, 2018 4:05am | Sascha Goldsmith

No rain in almost 3 years plus a water supply cut off has the people of Cape Town, South Africa desperate for a solution in times of extreme drought. Taps were to shut off on April 12, Day-Zero. Soon residents’ water rations will ween down […]

A Beautiful Mess of Ideas

April 3, 2018 7:33pm | Addissyn House

CulverTalks could not have come at a better time. With the chaos in Washington, gun control protests, and lawsuits of sexual harassment Culver City students, staff, and parents needed the inspiration CulverTalks provided. The night opened with Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction at Culver […]

Pride Flags – A Gain for LGBT Students

March 21, 2018 5:25am | Natalie Richardson

This year, many students have noticed the subtle appearance of pride flags around classrooms. Originally meant to increase pride in the LGBT student body, flags soon developed into a sign of solidarity between the administration and LGBT students. According to Carolyn Dodenhoff, Co-President of Tolerance […]

A Hero of a New Generation

March 12, 2018 3:33am | Meadow Vokes

The world has been shaken by the new superhero craze of the past year. There was the new Spiderman teenagers could relate to, then a family fun Thor that left its audience crying (mostly from laughter), and now Black Panther has taken center stage. With […]

Wait, there’s a SAT II, too?

March 12, 2018 12:54am | Erin Krantz

Most high school students know that they should take SAT if they are planning on attending college. But many are unaware that should probably take the SAT II, too. Probably because many are unaware of their existence. First off, what is the SAT II? They […]

High School’s Drug Problem

March 12, 2018 12:51am | Brandon Kim

I remember very clearly my first encounter with student drug use. The situation involved a handful of teenagers – all of them presumably under the age of 18 – laughing and smoking cigarettes outside of the school campus. Stereotypical teenage behavior, so it seemed – […]

Culver For a Cause

March 6, 2018 1:21am | Lena Thaw

After a summer trip to an impoverished town in Peru, Anna Payton, a Junior at CCHS, has led ASB in the organization of a school-wide charity run event, Culver For a Cause, to benefit the lives of individuals in Peru as well as here in […]