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The Spot Cafe: Opposite of Corporate and Epitome of Cozy

February 23, 2018 2:44am | Marley Leonard

Did you know that just down the street from CCHS is a cafe that’s perfect for your after school snack needs? The Spot Cafe and Lounge is located at 4455 Overland Avenue, and instead of shuffling through a chain like you would at Starbucks, you’re […]

Senioritis: Supposed Affliction vs. Manic Laughter

February 23, 2018 2:42am | Erin Krantz

Senioritis is “a supposed affliction of students in their final year of high school or college, characterized by a decline in motivation or performance”. When I asked Seniors how hard they were hit by senioritis I got everywhere from “not at all” to manic laughter. […]

Oprah for President?

January 23, 2018 1:07am | Sascha Goldsmith

In a recent interview, one of America’s most popular celebrities, Oprah Winfrey, was witnessed hinting at a ‘fore-plan’ of her possible 2020 presidency. “Celebrities are avatars of America’s subconscious. They are the people onto whom we project all our deepest fears and fantasies.” In the […]

The Hottest New Museum is About the Cold War

January 20, 2018 9:36pm | Meadow Volkes

Just recently Culver City has added a new attraction that is not only entertaining but also has educational value! The Wende Museum (pronounced “Venda”), has opened its doors to the public recently and is ready to share its collection of art and history from the […]

Donald Trump Insults “Sh*thole” Countries

January 20, 2018 9:32pm | Natalie Richardson

Last week, while discussing immigration policies at a white house conference, Donald Trump was reported to have made slurs against Haiti and African countries, referring to them as, “Sh*thole countries”, and claiming that instead, America needs more Norwegian immigrants. This has caused major backlash by […]

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 […]

North Korea Wants Peace – But On Its Terms, Not the U.S.’s

January 20, 2018 9:30pm | Brandon Kim

In an unprecedented show of solidarity, North and South Korea have recently agreed to a proposition that would have athletes from both countries marching together under one flag at the 2018 Winter Olympics. For much of the world, the decision comes as a breath of […]

Cocoa and Cram

January 20, 2018 9:26pm | Erin Krantz

On Wednesday, December 13th, Link Crew hosted their annual “Cocoa and Cram” session for freshmen in the cafeteria. There was a great turnout as the room was packed with dozens of freshmen. The event was only started a few years ago by Link Crew to […]

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. […]