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Coming to a School Near You: Late Start Bill

Joseph Salvinski, Reporter

September 25, 2017


Filed under News, Senior Issue (#10), Showcase

The California State Senate recently passed SB 328, titled Pupil Attendance: School Start Time. Senator Anthony J. Portantino introduced the bill. Although the bill was recently shelved until January, the possibility for change could come sooner than we expect. The bill addresses school start times fo...

CHS Class of 2017–On to the Next Chapter!

CHS Class of 2017–On to the Next Chapter!

September 1, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Features, News, Senior Issue (#10), Showcase, Uncategorized

  California Community Colleges Cabrillo College Alina Marenco Chaffey Anthony Lamar Ashley Estrada Brittany Yanez Christiane Ventura Christopher Valencia Cynthia Tobias Daniella Cruz Jacob McGrath Josh Grabowski Julie Higdon Maggie Ottley Mark Aguilar Michael Lamar Misak Maranon-Da...

Valedictorian and Future Doctor Eric Tang Checks Up on Pomona

Valedictorian and Future Doctor Eric Tang Checks Up on Pomona

Sophia Jung, Editor-In-Chief

June 14, 2017


Filed under News, Senior Issue (#10)

From working diligently in the IB program to creating bills for the United States at a weekend Speech and Debate tournament, valedictorian Eric Tang is attending Pomona College to pursue his dream of becoming a doctor. In the future, he plans on majoring in molecular biology and then going to medical...

Not a Stick in the (Harvey) Mudd: Salutatorian Chao-Haft Commits to a 5C

Not a Stick in the (Harvey) Mudd:  Salutatorian Chao-Haft Commits to a 5C

Shane Jung and Genny Sanders

June 14, 2017


Filed under News, Senior Issue (#10), Showcase

CHS’s local math whiz Max Chao-Haft may be graduating, but he is not going far. Joining the Harvey Mudd class of 2021, Chao-Haft is very enthusiastic about following his passions in STEM and pursuing a physics and math joint major. Harvey Mudd is renowned for its strong math program. While most...

Father and Son–CHS Announces New Football Coaches

Father and Son–CHS Announces New Football Coaches

Kevin Glavin, Adviser

February 21, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Football, Issue #6, Sports

Q & A With New CHS Head Football Coach Mr. Shane Hile Dr. Brett O'Connor introduced Mr. Shane and Mr. Anthony Hile to the football team today at a special lunch meeting. We asked Mr. Shane Hile a few questions to get to know him better. Q: Could you tell our readers a little bit about your background? __ ...

Cheer Impresses Overseas

Cheer Impresses Overseas

Emma Cossey, Reporter

February 14, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Cheer/Dance, Issue #5, Sports

Over winter break, cheerleaders from CHS Kaelyn Kilpatrick and Autumn Ferrer, traveled to London with the All American League Team to perform in the world-renowned London New Year’s Day Parade. Kilpatrick and Ferrer were selected out of more than 325,000 cheerleaders and dancers from across the...

Sports Films Convey a Different Message

Caden Merrill, Reporter

February 14, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Issue #5, Movies/TV, Sports

Every so often a movie character comes along that changes how moviegoers perceive the world around them. For instance, Luke Skywalker proved that light always prevails over darkness, and Ferris Bueller wittingly acknowledged the fact that life moves pretty fast, and that you could miss it if you do not...

PEDs Should Not Lead to HOF Induction

Nathan Rodriguez, Co-Head Sports Editor

February 14, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Issue #5, Sports

During the ‘90s, seemingly every baseball superstar was sticking needles in their butt or knowingly taking unprescribed illegal substances. This can also be considered using Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs), or steroids. The use of steroids, by rule, is forbidden in Major League Baseball—any violation...

Bropatrol: Bodybuilding Brought to the Next Level

Kamran Curlin, Assistant Sports Editor

February 14, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Issue #5, Sports

CHS seniors Brett Aguirre, Alex Bruce, and Marcel Demidov are working hard to achieve herculean physiques and much more. This is the primary reason why they founded Bropatrol, a group of close gymrats who make YouTube videos, have a large social media presence, and hit the gym daily. One of the trio’s...

The Various and Abundant Unconventional Dangers In Sports

Victoria Phan, Reporter

February 14, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Issue #5, Sports

Every athlete shares a common fear of strains and sprains. They know too well that one small malfunction can easily lead to their downfall on the field or court. Although ligament tears, joint injuries, and the aforementioned casualties are the most familiar inuries, even amongst professionals, there...

Reeves Wins Best Coach with a Breeze

Reeves Wins Best Coach with a Breeze

Isabelle Allison, Reporter

February 14, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Issue #5, Showcase, Sports, Track & Field/Cross Country

This year, CHS’s very own, Bill Reeves won 2016 Southern Section Fall Coach of the Year for girls cross country. Reeves was selected based on his achievements this year and his past service of 17 years in the CIF Southern Section. Reeves, and the rest of the fall winners, will be entered into the California...

Sociology in Sports

Paulina Gonzalez, Reporter

February 14, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Issue #5, Sports

Sports and societal issues go hand and hand. Such topics include gender, race, religion, culture, media, and economic and family life. Researchers on a global scale have shown interest in this topic for many decades. Sociology is the study of the development, structure, and function of human society....

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