Top 10 Songs to Get into the Holiday Spirit

Andrea Garcia, Reporter

December 8, 2016

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This list was put together based on a poll about what songs students loved listening to the most on the holidays. Santa Baby- Eartha Kit Jingle Bell Rock- Bobby Helms Mi Burrito Sabanero- Various Artists Rocking Around the Christmas Tree- Brenda Lee Santa Claus is Coming to Town- Michael Buble All I want...

Gifts Wanted Under the Christmas Tree

Michelle Gonzalez, Reporter

December 8, 2016

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During the holidays, families gather around to make food and give presents. They celebrate and give thanks for being together once again, having good health, etc. As Christmas approaches, some are still indecisive of what to give their loved ones. The cost of the present doesn't really matter, but the thought of it does....

Warm Cookies for the Cold Winter Days

Warm Cookies for the Cold Winter Days

Samantha Espinoza, Features Editor

December 8, 2016

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Peanut butter sugar cookies are not only quick and easy to make, but they are also quite delicious.

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POPs Club

Ja'Niece Cahoun

December 8, 2016

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Seven members of the P.O.P.S. Club from Venice High attended the Beverly Hills Literary Society Luncheon at Intercontinental Hotel in Century City as part of a select group of high school students who are invited to meet and speak with an author. This year’s students and members of the society listened to author Tracy...

Question Man

Question Man

Magali Sanchez

December 8, 2016

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Q: What are your plans for winter break?

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Keep a Full Wallet After Giving Gifts

Michelle Gonzales

December 8, 2016

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It’s holiday season and some people may be traveling, going shopping or wrapping presents. Here are some simple holidays hacks everyone should know about. Buying plane tickets on Sundays is recommended because it can be up to $71 cheaper versus buying tickets on a Monday, according to BuzzFeed.com. They also recommend to...

These Punx are Ready to Make Change in the World

These Punx are Ready to Make Change in the World

December 8, 2016

Up The Queer Punx is a locally based social movement based in the underclass communities of Los Angeles,...

Students are Being Heard with Written Voice

Emily Elias

December 8, 2016

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The first issue of Written Thought was published last month. Written Thought is a new one-page, monthly publication produced by the staff of Written Voice, Venice High’s literary magazine. Editor-in-Chief Jae Hee Ha said that it will be published more often than the magazine. Every semester, the Written Voice staff publishes...

Venice Cheer

Venice Cheer

November 14, 2016

Venice’s cheer coach, Ms. Joana Trocan-Garrett, has been coaching cheer since 2010 but she took the...

Selena Make-up

Selena Make-up

November 8, 2016

People from all over the world are still in love with the late Tejano singer Selena.

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The Vintage Hollywood Homecoming Dance was Glamorous

Almond McKinley

November 3, 2016

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Most students who attended Venice High’s Homecoming dance on Oct. 29 said it was a hit ! It was held in the West Gym from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Halfway through the dance, the Homecoming king, queen, and court were announced. Congratulations went to Daniel Tovar for winning Homecoming King and Tania Paz for winning Homecoming...

“Senioritis” is Here

Janelle Rose

November 3, 2016

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Even though it’s only halfway through first semester, the phenomenon known as “senioritis” seems to have already set in. Senioritis is a term used to describe the lack of motivation and general disinterest in academics that is usually shown in students towards the end of their high school or college career. Some “symptoms”...

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