June 25, 2017

Confront and conquer: it’s the La Vista way

May 22, 2017 admin 0

By Lizzy Tsuang and Delaney Whittet Editors-in-Chief If “time flies” is a cliche, it’s an apt one. Our flurry of production nights, failed tests, sporadic coffee runs and late-night candy binges have certainly flown by, […]

Daily moments hold lasting importance

March 24, 2017 admin 0

By Delaney Whittet Editor-in-Chief My grandma’s house sits on a shady corner in Santa Monica. Behind the brown shutters and up the carpeted staircase lies a stack of newspapers dating from 1944 to 1969. The […]

Behind a journalist’s pursuit of the truth

February 24, 2017 admin 0

By Lizzy Tsuang Editor-in-Chief Here’s the fundamental truth: the world is a mess. This statement isn’t referring to politics or the state of our society; rather, the physical world, as it appears as a jumble […]

Delaney reflects on her father’s influence

November 17, 2016 admin 0

By DelaneyWhittet Editor-In-Chief Hands clasped and shaking with laughter, I crouched behind the curtains. “Ready or not here I come.” I listened as my dad’s footsteps came closer and closer; moments later, I was peering […]

Amid chaos, the boulder must finally go up

October 20, 2016 admin 0

By Lizzy Tsuang Editor-In-Chief Old words of advice scrawled on a desk used to echo through La Vista; “You manage chaos; contribute, don’t create.” Although lost years ago in the destruction, reconstruction and eventual renovation […]

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