Indonesian Teenager Survives 49 Days Adrift in the Pacific Ocean

An Indonesian teenager was rescued after 49 days adrift in the Pacific Ocean, national media reported on Monday. Aldi Novel Adilang, 19, managed to survive by catching fish and drinking the water from his rain-soaked clothes. Aldi had described the time as “one of the loneliest jobs in the world,” as a lamp keeper for … More Indonesian Teenager Survives 49 Days Adrift in the Pacific Ocean

Kavanaugh Vs. Blasey Ford Hearings Put Country spotlight on Sexual Assault

The Ford and Kavanaugh hearing not only had an outcome that was surprising but it showed the country how seriously we take assault accusations. The hearing took place at Washington DC in one of the senate hearing rooms. Each person gave an opening statement. Ford and Kavanaugh were not together to talk in front of … More Kavanaugh Vs. Blasey Ford Hearings Put Country spotlight on Sexual Assault

Girls Tennis Adjusts to Increase of New Players; Veterans Give Advice

by Mira Wichelmann Girls tennis is adjusting to the many new players, and rearing up for a great year with new perspective and old experience. With a varied combination of both skilled players and a powerfully positive good attitude, they will be a foe to beat come first game. Eventually the competitive relationships between the … More Girls Tennis Adjusts to Increase of New Players; Veterans Give Advice

Coach Bauman Brings Hope for a Winning Season as Team Starts Year with a Win

by Emma Anderson With the start of a new year comes the start of a new girls volleyball season, and a new coach for the Varsity Volleyball team. They have a new coach this season, Aria Bauman. When asked about what they thought of the new head coach, an anonymous sophomore said, “Even though she … More Coach Bauman Brings Hope for a Winning Season as Team Starts Year with a Win

Overview of San Lorenzo Valley Sushi Spots

by Atara Miller Finding the right restaurant can be difficult when taking environment, service, and quality into play. There is a popular, and growing demand for engquist sushi, as the food has increasingly become mainstream. Fortunately, here in San Lorenzo Valley and Scotts Valley, there are no shortages of enticing sushi restaurants. Sushi restaurants in … More Overview of San Lorenzo Valley Sushi Spots

A Sneak Peek at the Toronto Film Festival

by Hannah Zolezzi The Toronto International Film Festival, a major event on the movie festival circuit, is underway. It’s facing some uncertainty now that Piers Handling has announced that he will end his 23-year run as chief executive and step down after next year. Mr. Handling brought the festival, commonly known as TIFF, into international … More A Sneak Peek at the Toronto Film Festival

Student Directed Play, “A Haunting We Will Go,” is on Track to be a Great Success

by Madison Reger A thrilling new production is coming to SLVHS this fall. “A Haunting We Will Go” directed by two of our seniors, Nick Payne and Jennifer Rodriguez, will be hitting the PAC October 26th. Student produced plays have had tremendous success over the years here at SLV, and this one is on track … More Student Directed Play, “A Haunting We Will Go,” is on Track to be a Great Success

Mueller Desperately Defending Manafort

by Olivia Lapioli Robert Muller, an attorney for Paul Manafort needs more time to review the fraud case. The case is unfolding as a “follow the money” chase in which prosecutors argue that Manafort’s desire of wealth financed by millions of dollars in profits from a once profiting business eventually exceeded his means. However Thomas … More Mueller Desperately Defending Manafort