Sports

Archery: Up in the Air

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By Kieran Bauman Staff Writer Last year, La Jolla High formed an archery team. We had never had one before, so it was a bit of a experiment. The team, led by Mr. Teachworth, practiced in the cafeteria to try to improve their skills in preparation for approaching tournaments. Their hard work and practice paid […]

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Is Football Pain or Gain?

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By Creekstar Allan Staff Writer Football is a violent sport for anyone who plays it, no matter what their position is. A person might be the kicker on their high-school’s varsity football team, thinking there would be a much less chance of injury. However, if you consider all the possible situations, you may agree that […]

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Senior Assassins

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By Tristan Macelli Staff Writer Senior Assassins is a pastime gaining popularity with high school students around San Diego county, making it only a matter of time before it finds its way into La Jolla. A team oriented game, the basic play of Senior Assassins is that you are assigned a target at random. You […]

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Got milk(shakes)?

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By Tristan Macelli & Kieran Bauman Staff Writers As you peer into the windows of what is quite possibly La Jolla’s first shake shop, one wonders if something like this could even last in our small town. But as you enter, that thought flies away under the cooling breeze of Shakeaway’s numerous fans. Overall, Shakeaway […]

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Women Entrepreneurs at LJHS

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By Sophia Dorfsman Staff Writer Professional organizations are constantly looking for someone young to contribute to what they do. It is only advantageous to start making a name for one’s self at a young age. These days, it’s common to hear about how young students, even in high school, have their own businesses. Many students […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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By Andrea Albanez and Creekstar Allan Staff Writers The month of October brings the beginning of fall, and National Breast Cancer Awareness Month [NBCAM]. Most people are familiar with NBCAM because many football teams wear colored apparel and sport pink ribbons, along with many others who participate in the annual Breast Cancer Walk. People are […]

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College Tuition

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By Lauren Robbins Staff Writer As seniors, college tuition is a huge factor when deciding where to spend our next four or more years of life. For some families, tuition is the deciding factor in determining where to attend in the fall. It’s important to stay informed of the different tuitions at different types of […]

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