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The Horseshoe: The art of almost (A letter to a Mustang)

Dear [name], I know it seems unfair. I know that the hours of sweat, preparation, and devotion weren’t meant to reap silver. I know that there will always be that “what if” thought for years to come. Or that “we were one game away.” I know those tears were real, and those post-game smiles for……
<a href="https://highschool.latimes.com/author/olundp/" target="_self">Paul Olund</a>

Paul Olund

March 9, 2015

Dear [name],

I know it seems unfair. I know that the hours of sweat, preparation, and devotion weren’t meant to reap silver. I know that there will always be that “what if” thought for years to come. Or that “we were one game away.” I know those tears were real, and those post-game smiles for…

The Horseshoe: The art of almost (A letter to a Mustang)

Column: How I secured an internship at UCLA

Column: How I secured an internship at UCLA

Getting an internship during high school can do wonders for your education, opportunities and not to mention college applications. As a high school junior, some of my friends have been looking for internship opportunities through programs offered at different...

Fountain Valley swim sinks Newport Harbor Sailors

Fountain Valley swim sinks Newport Harbor Sailors

Disclaimer: Reese Meister is a member of the FVHS swim team. Fountain Valley High School’s swim team competed against the Newport Harbor Sailors on April 19. The Barons ultimately pulled through with a narrow win with a final score of 496.5 points to 480.5 points. The...