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Homecoming King: Jaiden Curlin

Homecoming King: Jaiden Curlin

Sequoia Clark and Casey Shoultz February 26, 2021

Introducing.. the official 2021 Homecoming King Jaiden Curlin! In this exclusive Wolfpacket interview with Features Editor Sequoia Clark and Asst. Sports Editor Casey Shoultz, Curlin talks about how he...

Homecoming Queen: Abby Liu

Homecoming Queen: Abby Liu

Sequoia Clark and Casey Shoultz February 26, 2021

Introducing.. the official 2021 Homecoming Queen Abby Liu! In this exclusive Wolfpacket interview with Features Editor Sequoia Clark and Asst. Sports Editor Casey Shoultz, Liu shares her feelings about...

Part 2 of 2: We must extricate the world from the grips of unethical, antidemocratic capitalism

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Head Sports Editor February 26, 2021

[Continued from Part 1:] Deforestation and other similar global activities, accelerants of climate change and ecosystem-destroyers, are unquestionably morally perverse. Such activities, if their effects...

From Student to Screen: a spotlight on Cobra Kai actor, Jacob Bertrand

From Student to Screen: a spotlight on Cobra Kai actor, Jacob Bertrand

Melina Tisopulos, Reporter February 26, 2021

Becoming a famous Hollywood actor is a dream shared by many. However, the infamously cutthroat and competitive entertainment industry allows very few that pursue acting to become successful. Only two percent...

GameStop and Reddit's crack in the stock market matrix

GameStop and Reddit’s crack in the stock market matrix

David Begazo, Reporter February 26, 2021

There are three words that most average Americans cannot care less about when it comes to the economy: the stock market. With the exception of 401ks and stock accounts for those who follow the market,...

Part 1 of 2: We must extricate the world from the grips of unethical, antidemocratic capitalism

Part 1 of 2: We must extricate the world from the grips of unethical, antidemocratic capitalism

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Head Sports Editor January 25, 2021

The events of January 6 at the Capitol constituted a phase of an unmasking — long in the works, of the rotting carcass of a system in the US which allowed for and produced the events of Jan. 6, in addition...

Tadpole to 15K— a big year for a little frog

Tadpole to 15K— a big year for a little frog

Meghan Mason, Assistant News Editor January 25, 2021

Wilson the frog had had a long day. The sixteen inch-tall Spring Green Frog, along with his caregiver and translator CHS senior Kay Oken, had just gotten off an Instagram livestream and their voices were...

Students say

Students say “no” to the SRO

Asiya Junisbai, Co-Opinions Editor January 25, 2021

An armed School Resource Officer (SRO) has been regularly present on the campus of CHS since the position was first instituted in 2009. Today, this practice is being challenged. Students developed the...

To go or not to go: inside perspectives on attending athletic practices during Claremont’s most severe COVID-19 surge

To go or not to go: inside perspectives on attending athletic practices during Claremont’s most severe COVID-19 surge

As reported in a previous article, all CHS sports practices were halted on Nov. 30. Despite LA County being an epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic and the continual surge of cases after fall and winter...

Long story short: “evermore” is the perfect continuation of the “folklore” era

Long story short: “evermore” is the perfect continuation of the “folklore” era

Sequoia Clark and Casey Shoultz January 25, 2021

Taylor Swift: a three-syllable name that everyone in the world has heard of at least once in their lifetime. Known for chart-topping albums such as “1989” and “Reputation,” Swift is easily recognizable...

National News Update

National News Update

Michael Ball, Reporter January 25, 2021

This article was written on January 14, 2021, so there may have been changes or updates between the writing and publishing of this article. The United States is a symbol of democracy around the world,...

Update on LA County; the epicenter of the Coronavirus

Izzy Thomas, Reporter January 25, 2021

In the weeks following the holidays, Los Angeles County has become one of the most dangerous counties in the nation and the epicenter of COVID-19, thus sounding the alarm in Claremont, which sits within...

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