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Denise Chen: December Athlete of the Month

Denise Chen: December Athlete of the Month

Isabelle Shie, Reporter December 18, 2021

Denise Chen is a star cross-country runner, breaking school records as a sophomore, and she ends this cross-country season with a bang. With a stellar performance at the CIF state meet, placing 8th, Chen...

Teacher Talk: Interviewing Parent Teachers

Teacher Talk: Interviewing Parent Teachers

Isha Raheja, Reporter December 17, 2021

Ryan Easton: Question: Do you feel like teaching young people prepared you more for fatherhood? Answer: Definitely. It made me more patient, like I understand if I give a bunch of directions to you guys...

The Answer to a Post-Fossil Fuels World is Nuclear Energy

Lucas Grannis, Reporter December 17, 2021

The recent climate summit at Glasgow has echoed the obvious: most intelligent people acknowledge the existence of climate change and that countries need to slowly transition away from fossil fuels. The...

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Witnessing the Rainbow in all it’s Glory

John Warren, Reporter October 29, 2021

Mankind has been around for millennia, inventing such trivial things like hospitals and the public school system. However, no single invention compares to the magnum opus of humanity: “Skittles Commercial:...

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Honeybird

Carson Paul, Reporter October 29, 2021

A southern fried chicken and biscuit meal is nice at any time of day and on any day. Unfortunately, Claremont has not had the privilege of this fried chicken delicacy—until now. Honeybird is a new fried...

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Neon Moon Art Supply

Isabelle Shie, Reporter October 29, 2021

Bright bold colors and dashing pieces cover the walls of a vibrant little art store that has just opened in Claremont. The moment one walks in, they are greeted by this charming interior. Gadgets and trinkets...

QR codes for self-referral for mental health services on CHS campus

September 24, 2021

The mental health program for CUSD is rolling out a new option for students to self-refer for mental health services on campus. Please see the attached QR codes available for self-referral.

5 Seconds of Summer lead singer Luke Hemmings debuts solo album and it’s “A Beautiful Dream”

5 Seconds of Summer lead singer Luke Hemmings debuts solo album and it’s “A Beautiful Dream”

Casey Shoultz, Head Sports Editor September 24, 2021

When looking at the music industry and the multitudes of bands and groups releasing music together, the interviews and pictures full of smiling faces and happy quotes about one another must seem like a...

3…2…1…Blastoff! Rocketship: The beginning of Alan Jung and Saul Harpers Music Career

Lorenzo Cano, Reporter September 24, 2021

Saul Harper and Alan Jung may seem like regular high school students, but they are actually deeply enriched in music. Alan produces his own beats and goes by the name Koggiri, and Saul Harper is a singer/songwriter....

You are on #TongvaLand: decolonizing Claremonts history

You are on #TongvaLand: decolonizing Claremont’s history

Isha Raheja, Reporter September 24, 2021

Claremont High School, like the vast majority of high schools in the United States, occupies stolen land. CHS was founded in 1890 and for 131 years has inhabited the land of the Tongva, an Indigenous tribe...

A poem from the graduating Wolfpacket EICs

Kay Oken, Claire Judson, and Joseph Salvinski June 11, 2021

Graduating Class of 2021 Finally the end of this long run Mostly online days spent on Zoom Classes in our own bedrooms   Senior year behind a screen Heads wired on coffee beans Winding down...

Lucie Higuera plans to pursue acting at Pace University

Lucie Higuera plans to pursue acting at Pace University

Kathryn Enriquez, Arts and Entertainment Editor June 11, 2021

The end of senior year signifies an important change in life as students transition from the daily comforts of suburban routine into the rapidly-paced world of adulthood. While the uncertainty of change...

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