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Review: Instant Karma

December 12, 2020 8:27pm | Ella Zare

On the third of November 2020, Marissa Meyer released her first attempt at the contemporary romance genre. After years of writing science fiction and fantasy – her first sci-fantasy novel Cinder came out in 2012 – she’s decided to take a trip outside of her […]

Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

December 1, 2020 5:17am | Maggie Blaisdell, Annika Budhwani, Naomi Saldanha

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is a historical fantasy novel written by V.E. Schwab. Since its publication on October 6th, 2020, it’s been a big hit, with 4.8 stars and over 21 thousand reviews. Synopsis: Imagine being immortal. Watching the world evolve, staying young forever, […]

Mr. Owens Receives Teaching Award

November 6, 2020 6:46am | Dexter Laviolette

Each year, the University of Chicago gives incoming freshmen the opportunity to nominate meaningful high school teachers for the Outstanding Educator Award. Incoming freshman Cooper Komatsu from the CCHS class of 2020 nominated AP United States History teacher Andy Owens. Having been nominated several times, […]

Student Film Receives International Recognition

October 20, 2020 5:54pm | Lily Maxson

An uplifting student film created by film and theater students in Culver City High School has recently received international recognition. “Reflections” is a student-made film showcasing the social difficulties teenage girls often face in today’s society. This profound film draws attention to and refutes gender […]

Interconnectedness

October 7, 2020 5:56pm | Sascha Goldsmith

Social distancing is old news. We’ve all experienced social isolation in one way or another. Yet, CCHS students are  determined to make their “best years” nothing less than memorable. As a member of Generation Z, I can attest that our creativity and knack for social […]

Two Culver City Women Keep the Music Playing

October 5, 2020 2:39pm | Evann McDowell

What happens when a child falls off their bike? They cry, but they get up, make a few adjustments, and try again. You must learn from what happens in the past but what’s done is done and what matters is what happens next. A person […]

Four Simple Ways Teens Can Help the Environment

September 28, 2020 6:39am | Lily Maxson 

As teenagers, we live in a time of convenience, online shopping and single-use plastics. We want things that are cheaper and faster, and we value the things that make our life a little less work. Yet at what cost does this come by, for the […]

Updates on the CCHS Football Team

September 26, 2020 4:18am | Jonathan Kim

The CCUSD school year has now officially been underway for over a month in its new distance learning format, and one aspect of regular school that has definitely been missed is the CCHS football team.  The Culver City varsity football team has had much success […]

New Literary Journal Published by CCHS Students

June 24, 2020 6:18pm | Brandon Kim

This past May witnessed the publication of the first edition of YAWP, a new, homegrown literary journal aimed primarily at high school and college students.  This is a journal founded by me and two of my peers – Yuhki Hirano and Aliah Fabros, both of […]

Remembering Kobe

February 27, 2020 8:46pm | Juliette Healy

JANUARY 26, 2020 – Los Angeles’ beloved Kobe Bryant died at age 41 in a helicopter crash in the hills of Calabasas.  He died alongside his daughter (Gianna, aged 13) and seven others: John Altobelli, Keri Altobelli, Alyssa Altobelli, Christina Mauser, Sara Chester, Payton Chester, […]