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Archive for February 14th, 2011

From the Police Blotter- Green Robbery

From the Police Blotter- Green Robbery

According to the Lt. Ron Izuka of the Culver City Police, "On Feb. 8 at 7:45 pm, officers responded to the 5700 block of Washington Boulevard regarding a robbery investigation. The officers met with two victims who told them the following; the victims said they were riding their bicycles when they noticed a green van following them. The van passed them and stopped. Two male suspects got out of [...]

Dear Editor-Students are Outraged

Dear Editor-Students are Outraged

Dear Editor, "To students, the firing of Sheila Silver is not only nonsensical, but also outrageously offensive. Her work with us has evolved the Theatre department into a tight-knit yet welcoming family where people look after each other, create together, and, most of all, work together through whatever personal problems we may have to share the best work possible. She succeeds in pushing us [...]

Dear Editor – How About Sheila Stays and Everyone Else Goes?

Dear Editor – How About Sheila Stays and Everyone Else Goes?

Dear Editor- What are the kids going to learn from this situation? If Ms.Silver's firing is indeed final, will they believe that their school administrators care about their needs? Will this plant in them the seeds of resolve to fight for justice, or to resign to the control of authority, regardless of that authorities' motivation? As a mother of two prospective CCHS students, it does not sit [...]