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Junior Dylan Nicodemus (number 8) hard-hitting the ball to opposing side, Port Hueneme High. Photo by: Jocelyn Lee

Jocelyn Lee and Peyton Redmond

March 11, 2020

On Feb. 27, the boys varsity volleyball team played their first home game against Port Hueneme High in the Bob Tuttle gym. The boys came out strong with senior Nathan Johnston (number 9) scoring the majority of the points. Hueneme matched the same offensive energy as Ventura, but the Cougars came out on top...

Monolingualism: the illiteracy of the 21st century

French Teacher, Sebastien DeClerck stands in front of his world map which he uses to educate his students on geography since it is no longer offered at Ventura High School. Photo by: Charlotte D'Orsi

Charlotte D'Orsi

September 23, 2019

In 2009, the United States Census Bureau reported that only 20 percent of Americans speak a second language besides English, that’s 61 million out of 305 million, so, in other words, not a lot of people. You may be wondering: “Why is that?” Well, dear reader, the answer is simple: nativism. Ju...

How do students feel about signing to be organ donors on their driver’s license?

How do students feel about signing to be organ donors on their driver’s license?

Sam Hicks

December 20, 2018

Many students are learning how to drive and applying for their driver’s license. When at the DMV, they are asked to list their personal information i.e. weight, height, date of birth, sex etc. Some may be unaware that it is possible to apply to be an organ donor. There are 21,000 people in California awaiti...

TCP Broadcast #4 May 28, 2018

TCP Broadcast #4 May 28, 2018

Ryan King, Acacia Harrell, and Lola Bobrow

May 28, 2018 The Cougar Press's fourth weekly broadcast featuring Lola Bobrow and Acacia Harrell. TCP broadcasts are filmed, edited and written by Ryan King. For previous broadcasts click the link below.

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