VOLLEYBALL: Principal Dr. Michael Roe and Athletic Director Mr. Jim Vaughn bring boys’ volleyball...
RECOVERY: Poly’s varsity football team redeems itself from its loss against Colony High School....
BASKETBALL: Clippers owner Donald Sterling made nationwide headline news with the racist comments he...
MEDICINE: The University of California, Riverside (UCR) addresses the shortage of physicians nationwide. By Matthew Saenz, Staff Writer With the number of physicians in the United States at an all-time low, many attempts were made to increase these numbers. As this need for physicians became more and more dire, universities nationwide began increasing the number …Click Here to Continue Reading
REVITALIZATION: Principal Dr. Michael Roe implements his plan for a school year filled with changes and upgrades as students regain ownership of their school. By Matt Kaye, News Editor In the start of his second year as principal, Dr. Michael Roe assured the entire student body that this school year will be like no other. …Click Here to Continue Reading
CHANGE: Principal Dr. Michael Roe removes honors history classes from the curriculum. By Emily Hughes, Staff Writer Principal Dr. Michael Roe has implemented many changes this year in sports and school programs, as well as in Poly pride. One of the academic alterations eliminated Honors World History from the school’s course options and will remove …Click Here to Continue Reading
DISCIPLINE: Revisions to rules, stricter enforcement and technological incorporation point to stricter disciplinary measures. By Martina Krakora, Staff Writer Poly’s 2014-2015 year has brought new changes in discipline. Due to last year’s parking permit scandal (students were caught with forged parking permits), Poly administration has ordered and distributed completely new permits, which have made forgery …Click Here to Continue Reading
COLLEGE: A new rating system places UCR at the top of the list. By Tim Chen, Staff Writer Using the Department of Education’s new criteria, Time magazine placed the University of California (UC) Riverside above both UC San Diego and UC Irvine. The new criteria ranks colleges based on graduation rate, tuition and student welfare. …Click Here to Continue Reading
LATEST: The new SBAC testing offers updated assessments and new approaches to testing. By Matt Kaye, Staff Writer This year, students face a new form of testing that will dominate California from 2014 on. By now, many are familiar with the term “Common Core” and the national wave of change that it promises for education. …Click Here to Continue Reading
ENTERTAINMENT: Poly Link Crew puts on Poly’s first all-male pageant. By Birdy Jones, Staff Writer Every year, clubs and sports struggle to find a way to raise funds for their group. Link Crew is no exception. This year, their struggle proved to be worth it, when they put on the Mr. Poly Pageant for the …Click Here to Continue Reading
TESTING: The College Board introduces different methods for student examinations in A.P. subjects and the SAT. By Matt Kaye, Staff Writer As students take advantage of their last days to study, they brace themselves for another year of Advanced Placement (A.P.) exams. From calculus to history to foreign languages, the A.P. tests offer an eclectic …Click Here to Continue Reading
ARTS: The Riverside School of the Arts has the opportunity to rise to higher levels of success as they compete for a national scholarship. By Matt Kaye, Staff Writer In a time familiar to budget cuts and downsizing, performing arts and other “nonessential” programs have frequently gotten the short end of the stick. There has …Click Here to Continue Reading
EVALUATION: The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) visits Poly’s campus. By Tim Chen, Staff Writer The WASC committee’s three-day visit was a self study of Poly. “It evaluates where we are as a school site,” Lauren Nelson, Poly’s WASC coordinator, said. This process consists of five areas targeted for evaluation: vision, organization, curriculum, …Click Here to Continue Reading