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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...

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...

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,...

Pandemic practices are blood on the hands of the CHS administration and athletic department

Pandemic practices are blood on the hands of the CHS administration and athletic department

Asiya Junisbai, Opinions Editor December 14, 2020

Though the national response to the Covid-19 pandemic has been horrific, the federal government does not hold quite all of the blame for the ever-growing cases and ever-growing deaths that have already...

Students protest for the removal of school resource officer

Students protest for the removal of school resource officer

Kay Oken, Editor-in-Chief December 14, 2020

On Thursday, Nov. 19, students gathered outside Sumner Elementary School, to march to the home of CUSD Board of Education President, David Nemer, in protest of the CHS school resource officer. Lead...

Vaccinate My Heart: a 2020 period piece (satire)

Vaccinate My Heart: a 2020 period piece (satire)

Meghan Mason, Assistant News Editor December 14, 2020

Barron and Cole Trump-Sanders, Co-CEOs Los Angeles Creations Production Studios 3600 Wilshire Blvd.,10th Floor Beverly Hills, California Earth March 10, 2060 Re.: Historical Movie Pitch: “Vaccinate...

CUSD should not do in-person schooling second semester

CUSD should not do in-person schooling second semester

Michael Ball, Reporter December 14, 2020

Online schooling is a nightmare from which we’ve all been trying to wake up. From sleeping through classes and staying up until 12 am to turn in assignments, to struggling in classes we once considered...

COVID-19 catch up: an update on rising cases, restrictions, and vaccines

COVID-19 catch up: an update on rising cases, restrictions, and vaccines

Melina Tisopulos and Izzy Thomas December 14, 2020

As the holiday season begins, Coronavirus cases have been rapidly on the rise, reaching some of the highest numbers yet. On Dec. 1, Los Angeles County gained over 7,000 new COVID cases, and had just over...

Can reading vanquish racism in America? The pen may not be mightier than the sword, but it sure is not weak

Can reading vanquish racism in America? The pen may not be mightier than the sword, but it sure is not weak

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Head Sports Editor December 14, 2020

During the first months of the country’s collective reckoning with racism and proclamation of anti-racism, social media platforms such as Instagram were abuzz with posts instructing quarantined teens...

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