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  • BreakerBots: The Journey to Houston
    Club News, News, Robotics, School Spirit, Student Life

    BreakerBots: The Journey to Houston

    Written by Mitali Chowdhury, Journalist

    April 11, 2018

    FIRST Robotics Competition’s 2018 season is about to reach its peak at the World Championships in Texas and Michigan—and Pacific Grove’s own BreakerBots will be in Houston to participate in this action-packed, inspiring event. Their journey to the world championships began in January when t...

  • 17 Lives. 1 Sentence.
    I Say So: Weekly Opinions, Opinion

    17 Lives. 1 Sentence.

    Written by Juliana Heritage, Guest Writer

    March 30, 2018

    Note: This argument was written during a in class argumentative essay for Mr. Haggquist 4th Period AP Language class. 17 Lives. 1 Sentence. The right to bear arms is the most beloved amendment in the Constitution. Bible-belters bless their children with fully loaded glocks while Tomi Lahren crows o...

  • Tribute: Stephen Hawking: the Man, the Myth, the Legend
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    Tribute: Stephen Hawking: the Man, the Myth, the Legend

    Written by Oscar Scholin, Journalist

    March 29, 2018

    Stephen Hawking, born January 8,1942 on Galileo Galilei’s 300th birthday, passed away on March 14th, 2018 at the age of 76. Hawking was diagnosed with a rare early-onset slow-progressing form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, ALS, when he was 21. According to Hawking, this prognostication of his death moti...

  • VAPA Week Highlights
    A&E, News, School Spirit, Student Life

    VAPA Week Highlights

    Written by Ashley Lyon, Journalist

    March 20, 2018

    Last week, Pacific Grove High School honored student artists of all forms on campus during its Visual and Performing Arts, more commonly referred to as VAPA, Week. Throughout the week, art, culinary, photography, drama, and music students had their talents on display. Thanks to a few Breaker Band me...

    Mei Bailey, Becky Phillips, Ashley Lyon, and Grace Woods with an impromptu performance in Main Hall!

  • San Francisco Robotics Regional
    Club News, News, Robotics, School Spirit

    San Francisco Robotics Regional

    Written by Mitali Chowdhury, Journalist

    March 20, 2018

    On Friday, March 16, at 5 AM, the BreakerBots Robotic team left for the FRC San Francisco regional. After arriving at the host school, team members spent the day on Friday adding finishing touches to their competition robot, Athena, who had been built in the 6 weeks of the Build Season and then "bagg...

  • Track and Field: A Strong Start
    News, Sports, Track and Field

    Track and Field: A Strong Start

    Written by Caroline Coen, Journalist

    March 20, 2018

    The Pacific Grove High School Track and Field Team began their season this past Thursday, March 15th with the Peninsula Time Trials. The event took place on a cold, windy, and rainy day at the highschool, and the Breakers left the meet with a total of twelve first places. Though the time trials do not c...

  • Dear Donna: First Edition!
    News

    Dear Donna: First Edition!

    Written by Donna Tella, Advice Columnist

    March 19, 2018

    Dear Donna #1: Crushes, Schoolwork, and Nutella By Donna Tella Dear Donna, Help! I’m thinking about asking someone on a date but I’m not sure if they like me. I’m just an underclassman and he’s a senior and I’m afraid of getting embarrassed if he says no! I really really like him but ...

  • Pacific Grove High #WalkoutDay Letter
    I Say So: Weekly Opinions, Opinion

    Pacific Grove High #WalkoutDay Letter

    Written by Luke Herzog and Reem Benny

    March 17, 2018

    It’s been said that when your leaders act like children, and your children act like leaders, you know change is coming. The 115th Congress is one of the oldest in history. Americans are, on average, two decades younger than their representatives. We high schoolers are a whole lot younger still. Yes,...

  • Presidents In Pacific Grove?
    This Day In History

    Presidents In Pacific Grove?

    Written by Matthew Mendez, Historian

    February 20, 2018

    Nestled amidst the scenic coastline of California’s world-renowned Central Coast, Pacific Grove has long attracted the likes of not just famous artists and businessmen but, various Presidents as well. Pacific Grove’s first presidential visit occurred in 1891, with President Benjamin Harrison tra...

  • Next Year’s Classes – Only a Semester and a Summer Vacation Away
    News, Student Life

    Next Year’s Classes – Only a Semester and a Summer Vacation Away

    Written by Caroline Coen, Journalist

    February 11, 2018

      Though 2017-2018 school year is still nowhere near complete, students have already signed up for next year’s classes. The timeframe to turn in class requests ended on February 2nd, and Pacific Grove Middle School’s 8th graders, Pacific Grove High School’s freshmen, sophomores, and junio...

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BreakerBots: The Journey to Houston
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  • Tribute: Stephen Hawking: the Man, the Myth, the Legend
  • VAPA Week Highlights
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Reflecting on College Apps: A Rant

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October 21, 2016

The dreaded college application...

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Presidents In Pacific Grove?
February 9: The Conquest Begins

February 9: The Conquest Begins

February 9, 2018

February 8: Windsors Versus Mountbattens

February 8: Windsors Versus Mountbattens

February 8, 2018

February 7: Unity for Europe?

February 7: Unity for Europe?

February 7, 2018

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BreakerBots: The Journey to Houston
San Francisco Robotics Regional
Pi x 2 – Math Club Faces Double Trouble

Pi x 2 – Math Club Faces Double Trouble

February 11, 2018

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