Tag Archives: 'Pacifica'

Apple’s “Phablet” Setting a New High

Apple’s “Phablet” Setting a New High

September 29, 2014 by John Apted

As predicted, the IPhone 6’s sales were through the roof, selling 10 million phones in the first 3 days of release, breaking its own record for sales in the first weekend (the IPhone 5S sold 9 [...]

Pacifica Retreat: Back to School

Pacifica Retreat: Back to School

September 26, 2014 by Sophie Hosbein

The All School Pacifica Retreat is a very competitive, exciting, and fun time.  After attending classes for 3 or 4 weeks, the entire school takes a break, including faculty, and we head up to Oakbridge Young [...]

Mr. Comer: The Regina George of the Retreat

Mr. Comer: The Regina George of the Retreat

September 22, 2014 by Emma Register

All of us “Generation Z” kids would universally agree that Mr. Comer, the Orange Team leader, bestows many of the qualities of Regina George from “Mean Girls”. Though he may not wear pink on Wednesday, he [...]

College Right Around the Corner

College Right Around the Corner

March 21, 2013 by Tim McCartney

Monday, March 19, freshmen, sophomores and their parents set aside time to listen, learn, think, and strategize about their future academic careers. With an hour and a half presentation from college counselor Mr. Hovis and a [...]

Which Social Media is for you?

Which Social Media is for you?

March 21, 2013 by Simon Golestan-Parast

The Social media world has been dominated by Facebook for the past 5 years. Many new social medias have emerged that are a lot more entertaining than Facebook. Instagram, a photo sharing app on androids and [...]

How to Survive Early Morning Class

How to Survive Early Morning Class

March 21, 2013 by Troy Kaneshiro

Most people say that it isn’t pleasant to wake up earlier to go to an early morning class and i think that everyone can agree on that, but in reality it is not that bad. An [...]

Practice Makes Perfect: AP Exams

Practice Makes Perfect: AP Exams

March 21, 2013 by Kadyn Chamorro

Finals, SATs, and AP exams are all known for being horrible, if not the most horrible, exams a high school student can take. Horrible. But are they all equally horrible? Maybe not. Every student, in every [...]

Three Strikes, Three Outs, Three Wins

Three Strikes, Three Outs, Three Wins

March 21, 2013 by Merryck Dickerson

In most sports movies, there’s always the famous underdog archetype. Movies like, “Hoosiers,” “Rudy,” and “The Rookie” highlight people whose drive and tenacity steered them to success. Rough patches were inevitable, but triumph was indeed their [...]

From Sizzling Heat to Overcast Clouds, the Lady Seawolves Push Through

From Sizzling Heat to Overcast Clouds, the Lady Seawolves Push Through

March 21, 2013 by Merryck Dickerson

In history, many of the best all around teams had rough beginnings or losing streaks regardless of their great skills or the amount of marquee players. Every team will eventually have that humbling moment when they [...]