• Alga Norte Park Opens to the Public

    Alga Norte Park Opens to the Public

    Hannah Flowers, Staff Writer

    February 12, 2014

    The construction of the Alga Norte Community Park and Aquatic Center, a forty million dollar project, was completed with the grand opening on January 11. Community members got the first look at all the park has to offer, from skate lessons, to fitness programs, to doggie birthday parties. [pullquote... READ MORE »»

    Members of the North Coast Aquatics club swim team practice the breaststroke during an afternoon practice at the new Alga Norte Aquatic Center on February 10.

    Molly Naudi

  • Administration to Step Up Dress Code Enforcement

    Administration to Step Up Dress Code Enforcement

    Devin Berry, Staff Writer

    January 14, 2014

    Short shorts. Backless shirts. Saggy pants. These popular trends violate the dress code, but are still prevalent on campus. Principal Kyle Ruggles announced on November 17 that the administration will be enforcing stricter punishments on students who choose to push the boundaries established by the... READ MORE »»

    SDUHSD Policy Regarding Dress and Grooming, Section 5132/AR-1.

  • Surfing Hierarchy Creates Waves of Controversy

    Surfing Hierarchy Creates Waves of Controversy

    Anna Gardiner-Feldman, Staff Writer

    January 14, 2014

    With a majority of the student body in close proximity to the beach, it is no surprise that many students are involved in surfing in some way, either through the ROP Ocean Surf Life Saving class or the LCC Surf Team. A wide variety of people comprise the surfing community, which can lead to separation... READ MORE »»

    Junior Chris Murphy rides a wave during surf PE on December 7.

    Anna Gardiner Feldman

  • TEDxYouth Event Inspires San Diego Youth to Live ‘Unlimited’

    TEDxYouth Event Inspires San Diego Youth to Live ‘Unlimited’

    Megan Miniero, Editor-In-Chief

    January 14, 2014

    A vibrant energy and wealth of knowledge marked November 24 for the approximately 400 San Diego county high school students who gathered to participate in the TEDxYouth@SanDiego event. Hosted by Canyon Crest Academy (CCA), students heard from 25 speakers, leaders in technology, arts and entrepreneurship,... READ MORE »»

    Grant Korgan, neuroscientist and former professional athlete, opened as the first speaker. He suffered a broken back in a snowmobile accident and in 2012 became the first person with a spinal cord injury to reach the South Pole. He now shares his inspirational message of overcoming major obstacles to achieve his goals. “We’re not defined by what happens to us; we’re defined by who we become because of it—who we evolve to be,” Korgan said.

    Photo courtesy of TEDxYouth@SanDiego student organizing team.

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Alga Norte Park Opens to the Public

Molly Naudi

Members of the North Coast Aquatics club swim team practice the breaststroke during an afternoon practice at the new Alga Norte Aquatic Center on February 10.

Alga Norte Park Opens to the Public

Hannah Flowers, Staff Writer

The construction of the Alga Norte Community Park and Aquatic Center, a forty million dollar project, was completed with the grand opening on January 11. Community members got the first look at all the park has to offer, from skate lessons, to fitness programs, to doggie birthday parties. [pullquote...  Read More »

February 12, 2014 • 0 comments

“BEAT TP” T-Shirt Ban Reversed

Claudia Mathews

The student section cheers when LCC scores its second touchdown on Friday, November 8, 2013. Tradition dictates that Maverick fans wear white, which is known as the "white out" tradition.

“BEAT TP” T-Shirt Ban Reversed

Megan Mineiro and Anthony Fregoso

Principal Kyle Ruggles confirmed on Tuesday that he planned to reverse his previous decision banning “BEAT TP” shirts. Dr. Ruggles originally...  Read More »

January 14, 2014 • 1 comment

Administration to Step Up Dress Code Enforcement

SDUHSD Policy Regarding Dress and Grooming, Section 5132/AR-1.

Administration to Step Up Dress Code Enforcement

Devin Berry, Staff Writer

Short shorts. Backless shirts. Saggy pants. These popular trends violate the dress code, but are still prevalent on campus. Principal Kyle Ruggles announced on November 17 that the administration will be enforcing stricter punishments on students who choose to push the boundaries established by the...  Read More »

January 14, 2014 • 0 comments

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