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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 […]

Kavanaugh Confirmation Outrage

October 29, 2018 6:08am | Erin Krantz

Justice Brett Kavanaugh was recently confirmed to the Supreme Court in spite of the sexual assault charges made by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and the subsequent hearing and FBI investigation. Senators voted 50 to 48 to confirm him, largely with Republicans for and Democrats against. […]

Robert Frost Gala

October 19, 2018 2:29am | Chelsea Maynard

About a week ago, Culver City High School hosted the grand opening of their brand new auditorium. ┬áThe Robert Frost Gala was filled with auctions, food and beverages, and amazing guests and performances. This new auditorium is going to be a wonderful addition to Culver […]

Clubs’ Biggest Recruitment Party

September 17, 2018 9:59pm | Meadow Vokes

On Wednesday, September 12, Culver City High School held its yearly club fair to show off its amazing clubs and the students so very passionate about them. There were a total of 86 clubs that turned out for this year’s fair according to our Assistant […]

Remembering Tim Walker

September 17, 2018 4:00pm | Natalie Richardson

It was on Friday, August 31 that countless students, staff, and loved ones lost Tim Walker, who worked as a student counselor, as well as grief counselor, at Culver City High School for 20 years, after a long battle with cancer. On September 6, ASB […]

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 […]

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 […]