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SDPD & NYPD Alter Wikipedia Pages

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By Vivi Bonomie Staff Writer During the last several months, tensions have risen between the nation’s police forces and average civilians. Ever since the deaths of Mike Brown and Eric Garner, people have begun to notice that the police force may not be all about serving to protect citizens of the United States. As people […]

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Safe Teen Driving Promoted at GM

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By Sophia Dorfsman Staff Writer As students in high school, we are all around that age of taking on new responsibilities and receiving new freedoms. One of those is driving. Getting a driver’s license is the next step towards independence and adult maturity, which many of us have already reached. However, achieving this level of […]

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Rugby vs. Football

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By Ana Gimber Staff Writer What is the difference between football and rugby? First of all, Rugby originated in England and is a worldwide sport, while football is all-American. Rugby is a blend of the contact of American football, the running of soccer, and the transition of basketball. The major differences are the dynamics of […]

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NFL Blackout Rule Suspended

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By Ana Gimber Staff Writer The NFL has suspended the blackout policy for the 2015 regular season. This means every football game will be aired, unlike in past seasons. The unpopular blackout rule stated that if a game wasn’t sold out 72 hours before kickoff, the game would not be shown on TV. The policy […]

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March Madness Recap

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By Izzie Melvin Editor-in-Chief This year’s men’s NCAA college basketball tournament, widely known as March Madness, took place from March Blue Devils ultimately brought home their fifth national title trophy after beating the Uni-versity of Wisconsin, a fellow 1 seed, with a score of 68-63. Standouts in the national championship game included -len, who scored […]

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Kevin Dixon

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By Andrea Albanez Staff Writer Track and field is a popular sport that many students at La Jolla High School are a part of. From pole-vaulting to long jump to relay races, there are a wide variety of events that students can do for the track and field season. But senior Kevin Dixon’s specialty is […]

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Dancing with the Athletes

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By Yenitzia Lopez Staff Writer Michael Sam is a defensive end who played college football for the University of Missouri and was later drafted by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh round of the NFL 2014 Draft. Following his college football career, Sam publicly came out as the first ever gay football player drafted […]

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