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Danica Yeh

Danica Yeh

January 29, 2019


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Danica loves bike rides, walks on the beach and basking in the sun with her best friend (and sexy luvr) Joe Meyerson. Even so, Danica secretly holds a passionate love for Stavros, and she continues to improve her writing here at Tideline with the sole purpose of making her love letters to the Greek god ...

Pali Plans New Financial Literacy Course

Pali Plans New Financial Literacy Course

Maya Millner

January 29, 2019


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Director of Development Mike Rawson is working with Pali Administration to begin offering a financial literacy course. The course would be taught over eight hours in Economics classes, which are mandatory for all seniors. “It’s stemming from our Career Technical Education (CTE) program,” Rawson ...

The Reality of Female Football Players

The Reality of Female Football Players

Ava Kerkorian, Staff Writer

January 29, 2019


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There are few things that represent masculinity as much as football. Dominated by males — from players to owners to coaches — the sport is a central part of American culture. Yet, in the era of the #MeToo movement and the Women’s March, female faces have been appearing on sidelines all across the cou...

Julian Speyer

Julian Speyer

November 30, 2018


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Stranger Danger on Campus

Stranger Danger on Campus

Ariana Abtahi, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018


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As the era of the digital age clashes with the timeless desire to meet new people, dating apps are revolutionizing the social scene for adults, slowly replacing the “met by chance” narrative our parents once knew. Pali students are far from behind on the online dating trend. These teens are not me...

Joe Meyerson

Joe Meyerson

November 16, 2018


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Joe Meyerson is in his third year as a member of the Tideline staff and his first as co-editor-in-chief. This summer, he attended Newsroom by the Bay, a weeklong journalism and media studies program held at Stanford University. He is also an assistant student editor with The Trace, a student journalism...

Ariana Abtahi

Ariana Abtahi

November 8, 2018


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Ariana joined Tideline her senior year as an opinion staff writer. Having been an avid follower of Vice since early middle school, Ariana became interested in journalistic writing. Ariana hopes to present different sides and opinions to issues inside and outside of Pali. Outside of writing, Ariana has be...

Ava Kerkorian

Ava Kerkorian

November 5, 2018


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Ava Kerkorian began writing for Tideline as a sophomore, but she’s been passionate about journalism since middle school. Ava mainly focuses on sports writing, but she enjoys occasionally branching out in features or news sections as well. Outside of school, Ava participates on a club soccer team, Real So ...

Kira Davis

Kira Davis

November 5, 2018


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Kira Davis joined the Tideline in her sophomore year, after being intrigued by the idea of participating in the school’s paper. She applied as both an illustrator and a writer, and proceeded to explore both writing in sports and features as well as illustrating for various articles. She is a self-taught ...

Max Gray

Max Gray

November 5, 2018


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Max Gray joined Tideline this year as a News writer. Though he originally wanted to write Opinion pieces, Max realized he was a better fit for News due to his uninteresting opinions on most topics and his preference for objectivity. In his junior year, Max spends most of his time doing homework or p...

Ian Quinton

Ian Quinton

November 5, 2018


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Ian is a senior at Palisades Charter High School, inspired to become a News Anchor for Good Morning America as his dream career , he joined the Tideline to get a feel how journalism writing is like. Ian is a involved with the program Link Crew, where he mentors incoming freshman with giving them a bet...

Nathalia Wyss

Nathalia Wyss

November 5, 2018


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Nathalia Wyss joined Tideline this year as a news writer. As a sophomore she is excited to be given writing opportunities outside of those found in regular academic classes. She participates in JSA and recently joined Moot Court. She enjoys competitive swimming, and is currently, a part of the Pali H...

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