It was October 29th at Aptos High School against Santa Cruz High School. The stands were filled with people who were cheering and supporting the SLV Girls Water Polo team’s potentially last game. Boths teams played well and kept each other trying their hardest. Throughout the game, SLV had three overtimes and wouldn’t stop fighting. … More Girls JV Waterpolo commends themselves on a season hard-fought
As the volleyball season wraps up, the SLV Junior Varsity team finishes the season not the way they would hope to. Finishing the season with a 4-16 record is not necessarily the best way to end. A struggling San Lorenzo Valley volleyball program, which had only one Senior on Varsity, had to move most of … More JV Volleyball had a wonderful season
Causing billions of dollars in damage, countless lives, and an intense strain on several countries, Hurricane Matthew tore through the Southeastern US and the Caribbean throughout late September and left behind a legacy of brutal destruction. Hurricane Matthew formed near the Windward Islands on Sept. 28, 2016, and soon became an extremely deadly, long lived, … More Hurricane Matthew Wreaks Havoc
This year, on November 8, 2016, one candidate will be chosen as president, and this will not only affect the next 4-8 years of all American lives, but long after that as well. The Democrat and Republican candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, have run a tense campaign throughout the entire election. Their attitudes and … More The Election Results: You Love them or Hate them
If watching football on Thanksgiving is not your thing, then change the channel and watch man’s best friend take the center stage on Thanksgiving Day at noon in Philadelphia. Granted, The National Dog Show is different from the Puppy Bowl, and the cuteness factor may not be the same, but it is still worth it … More The Thanksgiving Dog Show Wows Crowd As Well as Judges
Where should one apply? How many colleges should one apply to? Should one consider financial aid, scholarships, or a loan? These questions are just a few that seniors may be asking themselves as college application season comes around. The general attitude of San Lorenzo Valley High School seniors is overwhelmed. With homework and jobs to … More Stressing about College? Here’s some help
Unforeseen strength at the top of the Republican ticket motivated the maintenance of conservative majorities in both the Senate and the House of Representatives. While Democratic optimists had anticipated winning the Senate, they narrowly prevailed in Illinois and New Hampshire, winning only 2 of the 5 seats they would have needed to claim control. While … More Curious about the Congressional races in 2016?
As Donald Trump’s supporters rejoice in their unforeseen triumph, his numerous opposers seem to have erected one last hurdle for him to jump: the electoral college vote. Thousands of democratic voters have launched desperate efforts to reverse Trump’s upsetting victory after a petition for electors from states that supported Trump to change their votes attained … More Nationwide outrage leads to recount in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Penn.
After this year’s controversial election came to an end in early November, political newcomer Donald J. Trump slid into victory. He surpassed Hillary Clinton, an experienced politician. This unexpected win came as a surprise to most students at SLVHS, and as one can see in the survey, most were not happy. Out of 194 responses, … More Post-election results anger some and humor others
As Christmas draws closer, many prepare furiously for the day of festivities; however, nearly a dozen SLVHS students are preparing for one of the other holidays. While many people know of Chanukah, very few students truly know what Chanukah is. In order to see what some students thought, this reporter asked Andrew Chestnut, to which … More Chanukah explained