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Four Venice Students To Represent All Of LAUSD At SCVA
Four Venice Students To Represent All Of LAUSD At SCVA
Amy Carranza, Reporter • November 19, 2021

Four Venice High students have been selected to participate in the Southern California Vocal Association High School Honor Choir this year.  Participants from Venice High...

Dia de los Muertos Competition to Kick Off This Week
Dia de los Muertos Competition to Kick Off This Week
Emily Aquino, Reporter • October 27, 2021

A Dia de los Muertos Skull Design Competition is right around the corner. The competition, hosted by Spanish teacher Martina Urrutia, features hand-made creations representing...

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Stop Scrutinizing Other People’s Bodies During The Holidays
Stop Scrutinizing Other People’s Bodies During The Holidays
Amy Carranza, Reporter • November 19, 2021

November and December—fall weather turns the air crisp and the leaves on trees turn from summer green to velvet orange. It will soon be winter, and the branches will go...

Review: Dune Leaving Fans With Mixed Feelings
Review: Dune Leaving Fans With Mixed Feelings
Coretta Wilkinson, Reporter • November 19, 2021

Desolate planets and sandy winds. Intergalactic travels and fighting your worst enemies.  This is Dune. Dune, a new science fiction movie, directed by Denis Villeneuve,...

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Girls Volleyball Ends Season With Loss Against Carlsbad
Girls Volleyball Ends Season With Loss Against Carlsbad
Isaac Ng, Sports Editor • November 27, 2021

Girls’ volleyball, 49-4, has wrapped up a historically great season, bowing out of the CIF states playoffs to the 24-11 Carlsbad Lancers in a 3-1 second round loss on November...

A Rebuilding Year For Cross Country
A Rebuilding Year For Cross Country
Troy Lippman, Reporter • November 27, 2021

Cross country has been practicing hard each day to improve their endurance in competition, according to coach Alfredo Korzenik.  The team prepared diligently for city...

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Review: Still Over It By Summer Walker
Review: "Still Over It" By Summer Walker
Kenza Walkowiak-Chevalier, Reporter • November 19, 2021

Summer Walker’s new R&B album Still Over It, reveals her vulnerability in a way none of her previous albums have. Throughout the twenty songs in her album, she sings...

Review: Eternals Pushes the Boundaries of the MCU
Review: Eternals Pushes the Boundaries of the MCU
T Lopez, Opinion Editor • November 18, 2021

At first, I was hesitant to even go see Eternals. Was I about to waste my money on a movie that wasn’t even worth it? On one hand, the critics’ reviews were low. On the...

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“Remember, It’s Wrong to Eat Your Children:” Chronicles of the Ukrainian Genocide
“Remember, It’s Wrong to Eat Your Children:” Chronicles of the Ukrainian Genocide
Polina Asaulyuk, Reporter • November 27, 2021

It is the winter of 1933 and buildings across Kharkiv, Ukraine is covered in repulsively drawn Soviet propaganda posters. “Remember, it’s wrong to eat your children,”...

Top Five Thanksgiving Foods
Top Five Thanksgiving Foods
Julissa Alvarado, Reporter • November 25, 2021

At my family’s Thanksgiving dinner, we usually crowd around a long rectangular table. It’s a pretty chill Thanksgiving—not like Christmas—in the sense that it’s...

Kensinger Twins Dominate Their Respective Sports
Kensinger Twins Dominate Their Respective Sports
Eric Lee and Arely Ocampo Bartolo November 17, 2021

Seniors Thomas and Daniella Kensinger are absolute forces to be reckoned with.  Thomas plays defensive end and tight end offense for football, while Daniella is an outside...

Promoters Visiting Venice To Push Their Own Agendas
Promoters Visiting Venice To Push Their Own Agendas
Samuel Laxamana, Nicole Rosales, and Annette Vaipulu November 10, 2021

Although Venice High’s open campus is monitored and surveyed, this doesn’t mean that Venice is immune to outside influences.    It’s not uncommon for individuals...

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