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WASC is on Its Way

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By Kieran Bauman Staff Writer Unknown to most students, there is another review on its way to La Jolla High School. WASC (the Western Association of Schools and Colleges) is an organization whose prime goal is to assess schools. A negative assessment can lead to universities not accepting a high school’s diplomas as being valid. […]

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Free the Nipple

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By Sophia Dorfsman Staff Writer Society is built in such a way that certain actions are unacceptable. We guide our daily lives by keeping in mind what is socially tolerable or not, living by “rules”. Most of the time, we don’t even think about these “rules”, we just follow them because we are so adept […]

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San Diego Bands

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By Shane Lynch Media Editor Over the past 60 years, Southern California has steadily garnered a reputation as a musical hotbed, with famous bands like The Doors, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sublime, etc. all originating here and contributing to the world of music at large. In addition, Surf Rock and Third Wave Ska both […]

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Long Live the Improv

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By Shane Lynch Media Editor In 1963, Broadway producer founded “the Improvisation” in New York City, a small club where people could come watch singers perform in an intimate setting – Silverman, John Stewart, and Robin Williams, to name a few. Judd Apatow started doing stand up here with his roommate Adam Sandler, an experience […]

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Street Harassment: Uncalled For

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By Vivi Bonomie Staff Writer Street harassment has been an issue plaguing women for many years. According to a survey conducted by the organization Stop Street Harassment, 65% of all women have experienced street harassment at some point in their lives. While this topic has been discussed before, it has been swept under the rug […]

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One-Way Tickets out of San Diego

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By Andrea Albanez Staff Writer The homeless population in San Diego has been increasing in recent years. Due to the economic downfall or other reasons, many people have been forced to become homeless and to live on the streets. This has been a problem in San Diego for a long time with no proposed solution […]

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School Sports: Pay to Play?

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By Vivi Bonomie Staff Writer Over the years the question has often been asked regard-ing school sports and why students are encouraged to donate money if as a public school, everything is supposed to be free. The truth about La Jolla High is that the district only has a limited number of sports that receive […]

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Mo’ne Davis

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By Andrea Albanez Staff Writer When people think of Little League baseball, most think of young boys playing baseball against other young boys. But this year, the Little League World Series had a player who nobody expected to be on the pitcher’s mound: a girl. Mo’ne Davis, a 13 year old from South Philadelphia, was […]

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