PGHS Newsbreaker

  • Candy Cane Lane Returns!
    News

    Candy Cane Lane Returns!

    Written by Monique Harrison, Photographer

    December 15, 2018

    Photo credits to Monique Harrison

  • The Choir That Conquered The Smoke
    A&E, News

    The Choir That Conquered The Smoke

    Written by Adrian Clark, Journalist

    December 15, 2018

    SAN MATEO CA- Regional Honor Choir is a very large accomplishment that few students are able to achieve. Through hard work and determination, Pacific Grove High School students Isaiah Boulware, Matthew Lo, Adrian Clark, and Isabella Rowntree were accepted into the reputable choir. The students pra...

  • Monterey Holi-Bay Spirit
    News, Student Life

    Monterey Holi-Bay Spirit

    Written by Mitali Chowdhury, Journalist

    December 15, 2018

    Every year, December inevitably brings the holiday cheer with it. Nowhere is this more apparent than in PG and neighboring towns, with local holiday events of all types throughout the month.   One of the most well known images of the season is, of course, the Christmas tree, and it is no different in...

  • How About Radishes For Christmas?
    News

    How About Radishes For Christmas?

    Written by Matthew Mendez, Journalist

    December 10, 2018

    What do you imagine when one mentions Christmas? To most of us residing in the United States, Christmas evokes images of a snowy winter night, Santa Claus, and of course, plenty of meticulously wrapped presents under the protection of a verdant green Christmas tree. However, millions around the world retai...

  • You Can’t Rain on PG’s Brightest Parade
    A&E, News, School Spirit

    You Can’t Rain on PG’s Brightest Parade

    Written by Mitali Chowdhury, Journalist

    December 10, 2018

    Pacific Grove’s 18th annual Parade of Lights took place on Thursday, November 29. While there was a chance of rain, various groups from the high school, including the Breaker Girls Dance Team, the PGHS Cheerleaders, and the Breaker Band, joined other local groups in this festive parade. Starting a...

  • Kicking Off to a Good Start
    News, Soccer, Sports

    Kicking Off to a Good Start

    Written by Cristopher Rosas, Journalist

    December 6, 2018

    The Boys Soccer team started its season on Tuesday, November 20. With practices starting several weeks in advance, the team was ready for its preseason games against Palma and CarmeL. Against Palma, the team faired quite well, coming from behind in the second half to tie the game 3-3. Senior captain Ca...

  • Fall Sports Highlights
    Cross Country, Football, Golf, Sports, Student Life, Tennis, Volleyball

    Fall Sports Highlights

    Written by Caroline Coen, Journalist

    December 5, 2018

    The first athletic trimester has already concluded, and winter sports (basketball, soccer, and wrestling) are in full swing. Sports were a little different this trimester, as Breakers witnessed for the first time the new PCAL league in action. After many years of the Mission Trail Athletic League, the new,...

  • Fire, the Element of Warmth and Light
    News

    Fire, the Element of Warmth and Light

    Written by Emmitt Withrow, Photographer, Journalist

    December 3, 2018

    We created fire for heat and illumination. Before heaters and light bulbs, fire was a necessity to stay alive. When contained, fire is considered beautiful and majestic. But what happens when the fire is let loose. California has just exited some of, if not the worst wildfires in state history, and there mig...

  • An Over-Decorated, Under-baked Sugar Plum Pie
    Movie Reviews, Opinion

    An Over-Decorated, Under-baked Sugar Plum Pie

    Written by Mariam Esber, Journalist

    December 3, 2018

    “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” A Movie Review Since its conception by author E.T.A Hoffmann, the beloved Christmastime tale, “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” has been retold by countless masters (Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Alexandre Dumas), and butchered only by one: Disney, i...

  • Please Pass the Gravy: A Brief History of Thanksgiving
    News

    Please Pass the Gravy: A Brief History of Thanksgiving

    Written by Oscar Scholin, Journalist

    November 23, 2018

    When we think of the wonderful smells of turkey, pie, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce, we immediately equate those smells with Thanksgiving. But that was not always so.   There are two main origins of the holiday now known as Thanksgiving: 1619 in Charles City County, Virginia, and ...

Breaker Candids 2018
Candy Cane Lane Returns!
The Choir That Conquered The Smoke
  • Monterey Holi-Bay Spirit
  • How About Radishes For Christmas?
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Mathletes Will Work for Pi (and Glory)

Mathletes Will Work for Pi (and Glory)

October 7, 2018

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CA Wildfires and Trump: A Bad Mix
The Caravan

The Caravan

November 7, 2018

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