Babes of Wrath, Opinions

Babes of Wrath: One Last Hurrah

0 Comments 16 May 2014

Dear LJHS Students, This “Cub Issue” will be the end of the “Babes of Wrath” column, and, while I am sad to see it go, I am very grateful and proud to have had so much support from all the students here at La Jolla High. I wasn’t sure how this column would be received, […]

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Reaching New Heights

0 Comments 16 May 2014

By Jake Foerster Staff Writer San Diego City Council President Todd Gloria has made a proposal that would eventually increase San Diego’s minimum wage by thirty percent, according to the San Diego Union Tribune. In San Diego, the current minimum wage is $8 per hour, and the unemployment rate is 6.9%. If San Diego votes […]

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San Diego Strong

0 Comments 16 May 2014

By Creekstar Allan Staff Writer  San Diegan Mebrahtom Keflezighi blew everyone away and won the Boston Marathon on April 21. An American has not won the Boston Marathon since 1983. Keflezighi, a three-time Olympian, has deep San Diego roots. Keflezighi, a regular San Diego Rock and Roll Marathon participant, with two past wins and third […]

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Top of the Class

0 Comments 16 May 2014

By Ben Allen News Editor  Yesterday, Allen Cao and Danielle Collins were named the Class of 2014’s valedictorians for having the highest cumulative GPA from 10th- 12th grade. While ties certainly are rare when naming the valedictorians for a graduating class, they are not unheard of. Priyanka Nanayakkara was named 2014’s salutatorian, as she is […]

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A & E

Outside Lands Festival

0 Comments 25 April 2014

By Carly Neville Staff Writer Festival season is here, and we all know what that means! Line ups are being slowly released, and the excitement of fans is truly on another level. Trendy San Francisco festival Outside Lands has recently released its line up. With headliners such as Kanye West, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, […]

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Salvation Mountain

0 Comments 25 April 2014

By Illana Larry Staff Writer Driving through the ghost town of Niland, one would never expect to come across such a beautiful discovery. The colorful sight set in contrast with the barren, monochromatic desert is a shock to the eyes. Salvation Mountain is a tall mound of painted adobe located in the Imperial Valley Desert […]

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Film Fest 2014: Padlock Editions

0 Comments 25 April 2014

By Misha Kabbage Staff Writer One of La Jolla High’s newest, but nonetheless most popular events is the annual Film Fest. This year will be the third year and will likely be the most crowded, which is why the event is being held at a new venue, La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art. In the […]

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