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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 […]

Silencing Culture at Culver City High School

December 1, 2020 5:31am | Sascha Goldsmith

Silencing culture has become a significant component of our campus culture at CCHS. Politics have recently become normalized in our curriculums over the past couple years evidently due to the political division that has been plaguing the country — creating a sense of ideological conformity […]

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, […]

How to Exercise Safely During Quarantine

November 6, 2020 7:04am | Jonathan Kim

It’s safe to say that exercising during COVID-19 has been difficult. Not only are many gyms and fitness centers across the country still closed or restricted in capacity and availability, but it has also been challenging to actually exercise safely and consistently do so. Staying […]

Mourning and Celebrating Ruth Bader Ginsburg

October 20, 2020 5:29pm | Sofia Pezo

September 18th was the eve of Rosh Hashanah. Chief Justice John Roberts announced the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg via social media that evening. Immediately following the announcement, thousands of people began gathering in front of the Supreme Court building. They laid flowers, they lit […]

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 […]

DearCulver: Helpful or Harmful?

September 28, 2020 6:49am | Nicholas Yoo

In the midst of a tumultuous pandemic, new revelations have sent shockwaves rippling through the Culver City community. Culver City High School, touted for its diversity and acceptance, is now reeling from accusations of severe misconduct by students and staff alike. From racism to sexual […]

Dangers of Conspiracy Theories

September 26, 2020 4:24am | Hana Varsano

Do you believe in conspiracy theories? They can be more dangerous than you think. Conspiracy theories are theories that resist facts and instead credit a covert group or organization with carrying out a secret plot. These types of theories can be dangerous because they encourage […]

The Key to a 2020 Democratic Victory

August 7, 2020 11:14pm | Sam Schuette

November 8 2016. Election night. The night where millions of Americans were left awe-struck as they witnessed Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton for the presidency. 2016 was a disaster for the Democratic Party, to say the least. It was projected by almost every news outlet […]

All Lives Can’t Matter Until Black Lives Matter

June 6, 2020 5:37am | Sascha Goldsmith

Since the spread of the news of George Floyd’s cruel death by the hands of police brutality and racism, millions of people across the globe have banded together to protest the oppression of black communities in America in the absence of Federal leadership.  Protesters have […]