La La Land

The Unknown Reporter, guest writer
February 13, 2017
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In a time where many of the most popular movies are about comic book hero’s, horror, or action, the musical genre in film are rare. And then a musical romantic comedy-drama is even more rare. La La Land is just such a movie. Co-stars Emma Stone (Mia) and Ryan Gosling (Sebastian) are cast as two...

Writing To Tingle Your Imagination

RJ Uriarte, co-editor in chief, sophmore
October 24, 2016
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Stephen King said: “Books are a uniquely portable magic.” This has repeatedly been proven throughout the generations, those that have loved and been inspired by words on a page and shadow people living out there ritualistic lives trapped in paragraphs. They have the power to open your mind and allow...

Top Shows to Watch by the End of Summer

Sydney Morgan, managing editor/columnist, graduating senior
June 1, 2016
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If you love old shows and new, here are some television series that used to be on or are still showing. So grab that cup of java in the morning or soda late at night and watch them over again or catch up on those that you haven't seen. Charmed (8 seasons) - Charmed is about three sisters who are...

Big Summer at the Cinema!

Blanca Orozco, staff writer, sophmore
June 1, 2016
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Finding that you want somewhere else to escape to besides the beach for the summer of 2016? Then head on to a movie theater. There are multiple places to catch a flick with friends or to share that tub of popcorn with that special friend. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of The Woods- Ninja fightin...

Venues

Jerame Saunders, staff writer, graduating senior
June 1, 2016
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Some of the greatest summer memories for teens are spent at concerts singing along with bands and enjoying the atmosphere. Here is a list of the top venues in San Diego for Cavers to visit: Sleep Train Amphitheatre - This outdoor venue is for the big-name artists that come to San Diego. It seat...

May the Fourth Be With You!

Jerame Saunders, staff writer, senior
May 19, 2016
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May 4 is the official date of Star Wars day. It is a time to celebrate George Lucas’ movies, books, and the culture of that galaxy far, far away. The date was chosen due to the play on words, “May the fourth be with you” coming from one of the most famous quotes of the entire franchise, "May...

Creative Minds

Asusena Solano, staff writer, freshman
April 4, 2016
Filed under A&E, Student Life

Students start to stand out when their inner artists come out to play. Most students do not like to stand out in high school. It is inside an art class where they begin to shine. No judgment of the school, just the freedom to express themselves through art. Many think of painting, drawing or sculpting...

Improv Club Takes The Stage

Nika Vetsko, staff writer, senior
April 4, 2016
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On Friday, March 18th, the San Diego High School Improv Club performed in the Performing Arts Theater (PAT) to an audience made up of students and faculty members. The comedy involved a competition between two teams of four club members each. Adam Rosenberg, the president of the club, led the first...

London Has Fallen

Jose Gomez, staff writer, sophmore
April 4, 2016
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Summary: After the death of the British prime minister, the world's most well­known leaders gather in London to pay their respects. Without caution, terrorists unleash a devastating attack that leaves London in chaos and ruins. Secret Service agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) springs into action to...

Music Speaks To Us

Blanca Orozco, staff writer, sophmore
January 13, 2016
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Music has always been one of the most popular things to exist. Most students do not know that the first music was created over 55,000 years ago. It is no surprise almost everyone listens to it. Music continues to change each decade. Michael Jackson and J.Cole are just some of the musicians who have...

Stop Planning Cavers! This is your ultimate summer needs list!

Estephany Morales, interim editor in chief
July 4, 2015
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Hey Cavers! Don’t like the beach or the hot air in the summer? Stay cool indoors or chill out in your back yard under the shade with one of these books from different generations, genres and locations! Have you ever heard people say “The book is better than the movie”? They’re right! Pick any...

Creating Something from Nothing

Jay Martens, staff writer
June 8, 2015
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The SDHS Art Exhibition is an annual event where art projects from students from each small school are displayed in the library for everyone to see. Some projects were done individually while others were made by a group. These creative minds have different styles they have grown accustomed to. Art...

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