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Get Lit Season Comes to an End

Get Lit Season Comes to an End

May 31, 2018

The Get Lit season may be over, but the Venice players went out in a blaze of poetic glory. On Fr...

18 Tips from Class of 2018

18 Tips from Class of 2018

May 30, 2018

“Don’t procrastinate. You’ll enjoy the things you actually want to do more when you don’t hav...

Italian Opera

Italian Opera

May 29, 2018

Italian teacher  Carolyn Willcox organized a very successful trip to the LA Opera once again. The st...

Teacher Spotlight on Teacher Appreciation Day

Kylon Wade, Features Reporter

May 29, 2018

Filed under Features

  Teacher Appreciation Day was celebrated on May 9th. This event is a celebration in honor of the teachers  and the work they do. It is a celebrated day throughout LAUSD. Many teachers are recognized on this day and are appreciated. John Bruno, a math teacher, has been teaching math classes at Venice High School for a total of 17 years. “My take on Teacher Appreciation Day is just like all the other parent holi...

Death of a Grandmother and Being in Foster Care

Death of a Grandmother and Being in Foster Care

May 24, 2018

Humans of Venice High is a series of photographs and personal histories, revealing the hidden emotions. ...

2018 Media Art Show is a Success

2018 Media Art Show is a Success

May 10, 2018

The Media Art Show took place in the Fine Arts building on April 18-20. The pieces displayed were on all different mediums. All the art depicted was very diverse and from students from different walks of life.

Prom Checklist

Prom Checklist

Sonya Curiel, Entertainment Reporter

May 7, 2018

Filed under Features

Prom is right around the corner but not everyone is prepared. Here is a checklist to help you organiz...

Cinco de Mayo Parade

Cinco de Mayo Parade

May 5, 2018

This year on Cinco de Mayo, the Venice community including Venice High students, participated in the third annual Cinco de Mayo Festival, which started on Lincoln Boulevard and ended at Oakwood Park.

Why People Don’t Go to Prom

Adamarys Abad, Sports Reporter

May 4, 2018

Filed under Features

Every year during the month of May there are always those students that say ”I’m not going to prom,” and people’s responses are always why? A lot of people simply aren’t financial stable enough to afford prom. For others, prom just isn’t their kind of party. others have no dates and unfortunately, some don’t ge...

Spring Horoscopes

Spring Horoscopes

Nevan Campos, Asst. Opinion Editor

April 25, 2018

Filed under Features

Aries (March 21-April 19): Your birthday season might have brought on some new, unprecedented feelings to...

Senior Standouts Results

April Cuarenta and Mya Gates, News Reporter, Features Reporter

April 24, 2018

Filed under Features

The senior standout results are in! The Gondolier yearbook  committee has given the Oarsman a sneak peek of some of the winners of this year’s senior standouts.  Congratulations to the following winners: Lorraine Bruce for Most Likely to be Late to Graduation, Omar Cruz and Olympia Miccio for Most Talented. Mya G...

ASB Canceled Movie Night

Kylon Wade, Features Reporter

April 24, 2018

Filed under Features

  The movie night organized by Associated Student Body was officially canceled because not enough people bought tickets. There was supposed to be a screening of “Insidious” on Friday the 13th. Out of 100 tickets that needed to be sold for this event, only 32 were sold, which included combo packages. ASB boug...