A & E

Tattoos: What were they inking?

0 Comments 21 May 2014

By Lana Bass, Carly Neville, and Emily Veliz Staff Writers One of the first students the Hi-Tide thought to talk to about tattoos was a no brainer: senior Max Haggard. From his rib cage to his arms, senior Max Haggard has various tattoos all over his body. “I started getting tattoos when I was fifteen. […]

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A & E

Now Playing at a Theatre Near You

0 Comments 21 May 2014

By Misha Kabbage Business Manager Elect On June 1, local grocery store Jonathan’s Market will be closing down after forty-five successful years of selling gourmet food and fine wine. A luxury cinema will be taking its place, and is projected to be completed by the winter of 2014. Although it will be a smaller theatre, […]

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A & E

Lend Me A Tenor

0 Comments 16 May 2014

By Amanda Menas  Editor-in-Chief  With just over a month left in school, the Drama Department is producing the last play of the year, Lend Me a Tenor. Opening May 22 at 7pm in Parker Auditorium, tickets are $7 for students and $12 for adults. The play continues May 22 and 24 at 7pm and May […]

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Features

The Rocky Road of High School Relationships

0 Comments 16 May 2014

By Misha Kabbage Business Manager Elect You walk into La Jolla High, and young love is in the air, whether it is couples engaging in questionable activity or asking their significant other to prom. However, no matter how romantic the atmosphere, every relationship has its struggles. These seemingly insignificant drawbacks really come into play when […]

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Features

What Really Determines Our Happiness?

0 Comments 16 May 2014

By Shane Lynch Media Editor Elect Starting at a very young age, we are taught about the importance of hard work. We are encouraged to excel beyond our peers so that we might be successful in life. Countless hours are spent memorizing facts, formulas, and theories, all in the pursuit of eventual stability. But perhaps […]

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Opinions

Swept Away

0 Comments 16 May 2014

By Ilana Larry Staff Writer La Jolla is a relatively small town, with a relatively low crime rate, which is why it doesn’t add up that many of our teens are being arrested. Recently dozens of La Jolla students have been arrested in various “sweeps” targeting local youths. “Curfew sweeps” are organized deployments of officers […]

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Opinions

It’s Easy to Rant

0 Comments 16 May 2014

By Jordan Bowman and Amanda Menas Editor-in-Chief Elect and Editor-in-Chief After a year of ranting, it seemed like a good idea to take a look around and see the other side of LJHS. There are a number of people, faculty, staff and students, that surpass the “minimum” job requirements in order to make their school—our […]

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