A Project for Better Journalism chapter


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 […]

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 […]

Let the Students Sleep

March 6, 2018 1:13am | Margaret Delgado

Remember that feeling of warmth in your bed? Those fluffy blankets wrapped around yourself like a burrito, that mesmerizing, almost lifelike dream scenario playing through of your favorite television couple finally getting together? Then suddenly, the person you thought you were talking to starts beeping. […]

The A’s, B’s, and C’s of Calculus

March 6, 2018 1:03am | Meadow Vokes

For those that are not informed of the new addition to the math scene, Calculus BC has been recently available for study and tutoring on campus. AP Calculus AB and PreCalculus are currently the only calculus classes offered on campus. However, Jaden Kimura, a senior […]

CCHS Walk Out: The Last Statistic

March 1, 2018 8:58pm | Sascha Goldsmith

On Valentine’s Day in Florida, a mass shooting occurred. 17 teenagers, who were students at the Florida High school, died, as well as 15 more that were injured physically. The list goes on to include students and members of the community that have suffered through […]

Regain Net Neutrality

January 20, 2018 9:31pm | Natalie Richardson

Last year, The F.C.C. voted to repeal Net Neutrality, a program which sought to protect internet users by assuring providers load all content equally, without slowing down certain websites based on bias. Without Net Neutrality, the internet becomes somewhat of a Laissez Faire Capitalist style […]

California’s Raging Fires Force Governor of CA to Declare State Emergency

December 15, 2017 2:31am | Sascha Goldsmith

As most of California and probably most of the US has heard, California has declared a state of emergency. On Thursday, December 4th, the Thomas Wildfire started, along with the Fast Santa Ana winds, reaching speeds of more than 80 mph. The fires spread and […]

Unity on Campus

December 15, 2017 2:28am | Huma Manjra

As my hometown, Culver City is a critical part of my identity. Culver City High School, located within the nation’s fourth most diverse school district, has a variety of distinct communities that have influenced me over the years and impacted me in a powerful way. […]

Saving Nature is Saving the Future

December 3, 2017 9:13pm | Sascha Goldsmith, Kiana Roman

Here at Culver City Highschool, we have many clubs that help spread awareness and physically help nature. Among those is the NCC, the Nature Conservation Club. The main goals of the NCC revolve around the conservation of nature, both on and off campus. Members get […]

36 Days: A Pattern of Mass Violence

November 26, 2017 3:28am | Brandon Kim

36 days. Three attacks. Two mass shootings – the other a vehicle-ramming attack. 92 people dead – 577 more injured. One in Las Vegas. Another in New York City. The last in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Utter devastation. The first attack occurred on October 1, 2017, […]