A Project for Better Journalism chapter


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, […]

The Effects of Proposition 64

November 17, 2017 3:02am | June Dickson

Marijuana has become a recreational drug and has been an uprising in California. This means that marijuana will be produced in dispensers in neighborhoods such as ours. But marijuana has already been a factor in today’s society before this legislative ruling came out. So it […]

A Face Lift for the Frost

November 17, 2017 2:42am | Margaret Delgado

Since 1964, The Robert Frost Auditorium has been the focal point of entertainment for Culver City High School. Fifty two years of hosting assemblies to dance performances, it’s provided for all. Recently, Culver City High School Administration, took it upon themselves to ‘modernize’ the beloved […]

Dia de Los Muertos

November 17, 2017 12:45am | Kiana Roman

Dia de Los Muertos translates to a day of the dead and is a very important day in Hispanic traditions. It is celebrated on the 31of October and the 2nd of November. On Dia de Los Muertos, people celebrate loved ones who have passed by […]

The Sexual Assault Epidemic

November 16, 2017 11:59pm | Natalie Richardson

In recent months, the topic of sexual abuse has been broadcast heavily as celebrities and other public figures continue to be accused of the crime. Such accounts have lead to the widespread solidarity between sexual assault victims. The popularity of the hashtag #MeToo, which allows […]

In Light of DACA Repeal, L.A. Becomes Sanctuary City

October 26, 2017 6:43am | Brandon Kim

Back when President Trump was still on the campaign trail, one of his most prominent promises – and perhaps one of the most controversial – was to order the deportation of the over 10 million illegal immigrants currently residing within the United States. Although that […]

New Orchestra Class and Fall Concert Coming Up!

October 24, 2017 8:10pm | Sascha Goldsmith

We’ve done it! We finally have an in-school orchestra class that counts for arts credit, and it’s doing great! It took struggle and persistence, petitioning, and meetings for this class. The 5th-period full-orchestra has nineteen people this year and continues to get better every day. […]

House Votes on Unconstitutional Abortion Ban

October 24, 2017 7:12pm | Natalie Richardson

On October 3rd, 2017, the House of Representatives voted on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which, if ratified, would ban abortions nationwide after 20-weeks gestation, except in life-threatening cases. The act is based on inaccurate science, claiming to protect the 20-week fetus from pain, […]