The Tower

A Recipe for Success
Behind the Account: A Look into Vanessa Yang’s Bullet Journaling
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Pictures for Poverty
The Future: How Disney Plus is on Its Way to Taking Over the Entertainment Game
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Rainy Problems on Rainy Days
The Problem With Thanksgiving
Elise Trouw on a Major Scale
Fast and Furious: The Scoop on Scooters in San Diego
Better Buzz Comes to La Jolla

Better Buzz Comes to La Jolla

August 12, 2019

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What You Need To Know About the Johnson & Johnson Case

What You Need To Know About the Johnson & Johnson Case

August 8, 2019

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New Restaurant Cruisin’ into La Jolla

New Restaurant Cruisin’ into La Jolla

May 10, 2019

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Back on Top: A Look at the Knight’s Journey Back to the Championship
How Much is an Athlete Worth?
Bishop’s Volleyball Digs Pink
October 15: Girls’ Varsity Tennis Dominates Rival La Jolla Country Day School
Thrillers in LA

Thrillers in LA

October 10, 2019

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C-Squared: Your ASBC Sports Reps

C-Squared: Your ASBC Sports Reps

October 10, 2019

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Friday Knight Knockout

Friday Knight Knockout

October 10, 2019

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Bishop’s Takes Over Honor Choir 2019

Maya Buckley, Staff Writer
November 23, 2019

On November 21 through 23, Bishop's choir students attended the SCVA Honor Choir, a three-day intensive choir program administered by the Southern California Vocal Association (SCVA). Attendees auditioned and were selected based on their performance in three categories – solo, music theory, and sight-reading. The singers had to individually prepare an Italian aria, memorize different scales, and...

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In the Spotlight: Gabe Worstell

Maya Buckley, Staff Writer
November 20, 2019

Gabe Worstell (‘20) can do it all: dance, sing, act – he is quite literally the definition of a triple threat. He is the only upper schooler involved in Performing Dance Group (PDG), Bishop’s Singers, and Acting Workshop (AW), a feat few have accomplished since the school’s establishment. These groups all require extensive auditions and are some of the most exclusive performing arts groups...

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A Very Jazzy Night

Alex Cotton, Copy Editor
November 18, 2019

“Jazz is the musical equivalent of taking a test you didn't study for, except it's a group test, every question is free response, and somehow, no one else has studied either. The curve is gonna be high, so screw it, you might as well try something cool,” said alto saxophone player Denis Li (‘20).

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Lady Justice, Open Your Eyes

Kasie Leung, Staff Writer
November 22, 2019

With the Varsity Blues College Admissions scandal and the Jeffery Epstein case coming out in such a short timeframe, one would think that the wealthy and powerful using their influence to game the system would finally be held accountable. The justice system has been abused for time immemorial, and Roman Polański shows us that decades can pass without someone ever being brought to justice. The reality...

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Shackled

Kyle Berlage, Staff Writer
September 29, 2019

June 3, 2019. 2:30 a.m. Alaa Salah, a Sudanese pro-democracy protester, had just arrived at home. She was just one of many people spending their days and nights camped outside of the military government’s headquarters, fighting for a civilian takeover. She began receiving frantic texts from people saying that soldiers were approaching the site where many of the protesters were sleeping. Then, the...

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A Very Fine Line

Sariah Hossain, Online Editor
August 29, 2019

You smell something burning before you see it. There’s suddenly a bite in the air that wasn’t there before, and there’s a few moments of well-intentioned ignorance, then a few moments of confusion, a moment of understanding, and then you rush to the kitchen to try to fix whatever went wrong. Right now, we’re in that moment between innocence and action when comparing the wish to do good in...

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