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Claremont Plants Hope in its Decaying Trees With Public Artwork and Displays

Jaden Clark, Reporter

March 27, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, A&E, Issue #6

During the past few months, wildfires and droughts have ravaged their ways across Southern California. In particular, the dry spell has affected everyone, and the state has passed a variety of rules to stop it. Claremont has not been an exception, especially due to the amount of trees. Specifically,...

CUSD Teachers Go to China

CUSD Teachers Go to China

Joseph Salvinski, Reporter

March 1, 2018


Filed under Issue #6, News

From Nov. 25 to Dec. 3, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services, Julie Olesniewicz, Director of Special Education Amber Verdi, Director of Intervention and English Language Programs Natalie Taylor, and teacher on special assignment Brian D’Ambrosia-Donner, traveled to China in partnership...

Boys’ Locker Room Needs Fixing

Charles Jiang, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Issue #6, Opinions

Dirty, disgusting, sweaty, and horribly-maintained are only a few words that describe the CHS boys’ locker room. CHS recently spent a significant amount of money renovating its gym, fixing its pool, and sending a few of its sports teams to championships and nationals but has completely ignored a very...

Makeup Expert: Kendall Chraplewski

Kendall Chraplewshi, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Features, Issue #6

From shopping for beauty products and watching YouTube videos from various beauty influencers, to attending beauty conventions in LA, I suppose one could say that the beauty industry has a large role in my life. Though I have many other beauty products I adore dearly, two that I use on the daily that...

Fashion Expert: Sophia Jung

Sophia Jung, Head Editor

February 28, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Features, Issue #6

Although I am not as bad as Rebecca Bloomwood in ‘Confessions of a Shopaholic’, I do have to say I have a bit of a shopping problem. When I was little, my dream job was to become a fashion designer. At an early age of 6, I knew what clothes I liked, didn’t like, and what was the fad for little...

Art Expert: Sean Castro

Sean Castro, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Features, Issue #6

Art can take many forms. And many people interpret these forms in different ways. We have artists who draw, paint, and even weld (art using metal)! The list is almost endless, but regardless of what form art takes, the point is that anyone can be artistic and make good art. Here are a couple of tips...

The Rewarding Lessons of Business Math Must Not Be Overlooked

Vanessa Lopez, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Issue #6, Opinions

Many students at CHS would like to have a class that will actually help them in the future for when they are on their own. CHS does have a class that prepares students financially for the future, which is business math. Most students do not know about this class because it is never encouraged by CHS...

Dance Expert: Gbemi Abon

Gbemi Abon, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Features, Issue #6

Dance is much more than simply “twirling” around in circles or even jumping in place. Not only are you performing when you dance, but you are trying to tell a story within that performance. I started dancing when I was 3 years old and instantly fell in love with the sport and continued to pursue...

#MeToo Movement Brings Awareness

Aubree Trask, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Issue #6, News

In October 2017, a hashtag was created on social media to raise awareness about sexual assault and harassment. This was created in order to give women and men a way to speak about their situation, feel empowered, and motivate other people in the same situations to speak out. Soon enough, millions were...

YouTube Changes Rules

Kay Oken, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Issue #6, News

On Jan. 16, 2018, YouTube executives announced that major changes would be made to their Partnership Program in order to protect the website against harmful channels. The Partnership Program is what allows creators to earn revenue from their videos through advertisements. Released in an online statement,...

Students Meet Crixivan HIV Medication Creator

Makayla Oas, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Issue #6, News

Both AP biology teacher Eric Tucker and Biology teacher Carolyn Han recently selected five AP Biology students and five biology students that they thought would be best fit to attend a lecture series at Pomona College. Tucker and Han were both invited to the annual Robbin’s Lecture Series hosted by...

D.A.R.E. Program’s Defunding

Sean Castro, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Issue #6, News

The U.S. is among one of the biggest countries to suffer from drug addictions. However, 2017 was a year where drug use had been at an all-time low. According to a 2017 survey conducted by the National Drug Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA), alcohol use in 10th and 12th-graders had dropped 14.5% in the last...

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