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Deep Slumber

Lindsay Chong, Sports Editor

April 21, 2017

Over break, I slept. I’m not talking about the short chunks of restless near-naps that I would normally be taking on a Monday. I hit the sack with uninterrupted bliss. Sometimes, I would even clock in fifteen hours a day, waking...

Sporty Spirit

Lindsay Chong, Sports Editor

March 16, 2017

As I watch my friends head off to basketball and soccer practice, I realize that I have always been the person who rarely goes to games or matches. When I do, I am a spectator on the sidelines, who has never partaken in the high...

Societal Super Bowl

Lindsay Chong, Sports Editor

February 14, 2017

Beyond the competition between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons, the Super Bowl is also a battle between corporations for the most eye-catching, memorable ad of the day. While I don’t actively keep up with t...

Slippery Ice

Lindsay Chong, Sports Editor

December 15, 2016

Like any sport, ice skating has a steep learning curve. When I stepped onto the local rink for the first time, I experienced this firsthand. With numb feet in battered rental skates, I couldn’t even stand on the slippery surface....

Give Students Freedom!

Vincent Hsueh, Sports Editor

January 13, 2016

With the graduation requirement of two years of physical education or sports, high school students with full schedules such as myself are unable to fit these periods into our daily schedules. I strongly believe that we should be allowed...

Final thoughts

Avantika Vivek, Sports Editor

June 12, 2015

When you bike, there is a period of time in the middle when the greenery blurs and fades, the world narrows to a small point of light in the middle of a tunnel, and all that can be heard is the wind as it whips around your helmet...

Trivia time

Avantika Vivek, Sports Editor

May 14, 2015

Take a deep breath in, then exhale it all out. The AP exams are finally over, and all that is left is the last stretch of June before sliding into home plate. To help ease into this final push, here are some intriguing and weird...

Racing in the clouds

Avantika Vivek, Sports Editor

April 23, 2015

It has been a year since the 20-year anniversary of Ayrton Senna’s death, and I am still amazed at the connections that he has within my family. My father got into Formula 1 in 1992, about two years before Senna died in a...

Winter mishaps

Avantika Vivek, Sports Editor

March 30, 2015

Southern California has always been the most mysterious of places to me. Just in terms of weather, we have pristine beaches next to snow-capped mountains and blisteringly hot deserts astride cool valleys. Since a heat wave has...

A lifetime formula

Avantika Vivek, Sports Editor

March 11, 2015

VROOM-VROOM! The squealing of tires on an asphalt track echoes throughout the stadium, while a crowd surges to its feet cheering. For as long as I can remember, Formula One is the sport that has stayed with me the longest....

A new page

Avantika Vivek, Sports Editor

January 20, 2015

As 2015 begins, it seems almost strange to me what has changed over the past year and what has not. At times I still feel unprepared for life outside of my current home, living on my own. I still cannot really cook, or iron, or...

Biking benefits

Avantika Vivek, Sports Editor

December 18, 2014

Ever since freshman year, I have ridden my bike to school and probably will continue to do so until I leave. I realize now that I could not live without my bike, as it is the method of transportation that I am most comfortable...

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