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Ms. Dvorak and Mrs. Marta

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By Shane Lynch Media Editor For the past four years, Mrs. Marta has worked the attendance office at La Jolla High, earning the respect and love of students for her unfailing kindness and hospitality. An- other integral member to the LJHS counseling staff, Ms. Dvorak, will also be leaving us this year. Sadly, the 2014-15 […]

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Cinder: The end of an Era

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By Lucy Fitzmaurice Staff Writer On Saturday September 13 at 5:00pm, Nautilus Street experienced a heart breaking event. La Jolla High School’s school cat, Cinder, was struck by a car. Cinder died shortly after impact, causing turmoil for his owners as well as students and staff. La Jolla High School senior Dana Ashcraft witnessed the […]

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A & E

The Discovery of King Tut

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By Andrea Albanez and Sophia Ketring Staff Writers Having opened on October 10th and lasting through April 26th, 2015, in Balboa Park, the new exhibit, “The Discovery of King Tut”, allows viewers to see what archaeologist Howard Carter uncovered in 1922 in the lost tomb of a forgotten king. Tutankhamun, or King Tut, is one […]

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The Interview

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By Shane Lynch Media Editor This past June, actor/writer/stoner Seth Rogen took some heat from North Korean officials after announcing his upcoming film The Interview a comedy centered around a TV host’s attempt to assassinate dictator Jim Jong Un. The film, which stars Rogen alongside friend and fellow actor James Franco, is due for a […]

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Empowerment Project

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By Vivi Bonomie Staff Writer Women try to find as many ways as possible to make their voices heard. Nowadays, it is easy to forget how hard women work to develop and maintain their work. This is clearly what Sarah Moshman had in mind when she decided to start The Empowerment Project, where she and […]

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California’s Ban on Plastic Bags

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By Andrea Albanez Staff Writer As of Tuesday, September 30, California governor Jerry Brown passed the statewide ban against the use of plastic bags. The ban will be implemented in grocery stores as of 2015 and will later be installed in liquor stores, markets, and other small stores in 2016. It is the first environmental […]

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La Jolla Lab gets Ebola Anti-virus

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By Andrea Albanez Staff Writer The race to find a cure for Ebola has been on the minds of many researchers and scientists around the world. Dr. Erica Ollan Saphire, a researcher at the Scripps Research Institute, and her lab team have received antibodies of the Ebola disease to study and make an anti-virus for […]

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Yes Means Yes

0 Comments 31 October 2014

By Vivi Bonomie Staff Writer When people arrive at college, they are prepared for homesickness, the “Freshmen 15,” and a heavy workload. However, often times people arrive with little to no knowledge of rape cases that have occurred on the college campus where these students will most likely be living for the next four years. […]

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Sports

Sean and Cynthia: Defying Expectations

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By Yenitzia Lopez Staff Writer Most sports teams at La Jolla High are gender-specific, whether by nature or because it is specified in the rules. However, two juniors at LJHS, Cynthia Chhoeung and Sean Nelson, have decided to break down the gender barriers in their favorite sports by fearlessly joining the football and cheerleading teams […]

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