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COVID-19 Vaccine: Culver City

December 19, 2020 7:04pm | Hana Varsano

The Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine has now been proven effective for people 16 and up in defeating the virus. On December 10th, the FDA approved the COVID-19 vaccine and in recent days the vaccine has been being produced. Both in Culver City and across the United […]

Brandon Bostel Recruited for Men’s VB

November 28, 2020 1:15am | Sascha Goldsmith

Even in the face of adversity, our centaur athletes have managed to attain college scholarships and sport recruitments. Among such athletes is Brandon Bostel who has committed to the University of Charleston, West Virginia as an opposite attacker for their Men’s Volleyball team. Bostel earned […]

Explaining Measure B and Measure RE in The Culver City Election

November 27, 2020 7:58pm | Jonathan Kim

Culver City voters in the recent 2020 election had the opportunity to cast their ballots on two vital measures or legislations: Measure B, a rent control amendment legislation, and Measure RE, a real property transfer tax measure.  According to the official election website of Culver […]

Sports Are Finally Falling Into Place

November 23, 2020 6:13am | Ella Zare

As CCHS nears the rush of finals, one aspect of high school life students have greatly missed is finally returning. On Monday, October 26th, CCHS made plans for seven fall sports to return to campus and since then these PODs have taken root on campus. […]

Northwest Youth Corps

November 6, 2020 7:13am | Alice Lewicki

Calling all teens looking for an outdoor adventure! Northwest Youth Corps (NYC) brings together teens ages 16-19 from all over the country to spend a month working on a conservation crew. This June I joined a crew in Washington and was able to gain so […]

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, […]

Virtual Club Fair

October 21, 2020 2:07am | Nicholas Yoo

Due to the limitations of the quarantine the CCHS Club Fair has taken an unorthodox turn this year. The entire club fair is now held online, accessible to anyone at any time with numerous links to many youtube videos starring the many leaders of each […]

New Attendance Policy

October 20, 2020 5:53pm | Dexter LaViolette

The attendance policy established this fall is designed for teachers to account for students being present, despite the limits of distance learning. The new code allows for students to be marked as absent, suffering from technical problems, present, or the desired present and engaged. The […]

Coping With Covid: AVPA Dance

October 20, 2020 5:52pm | Hana Varsano

AVPA Dance knows how hard it is to perform over Zoom, but they’re not letting that stop them. “We find creative ways to get the work done, engage with each other and keep going,” said Carol Zee, head of AVPA Dance.  AVPA Dance offers four […]

Coping With Covid: AVPA Film

October 20, 2020 5:48pm | Hana Varsano

 Although films may be hard to create during COVID-19, AVPA film is still going strong, according to Holly Gable, head of AVPA Film. “This year, as always, AVPA Film concentrates on screenwriting in the fall,” Gable said. “Then we prepare to write our Sony Films, […]