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Letter to the Editor: Machine-learning

Letter to the Editor: Machine-learning
November 16, 2020

What is work without a goal? It is pointless. Ad infinitum, Absurdum. The educational path has superseded its necessity. It has become alienating. Deplorable sleep schedules, deteriorating mental health....

Novel coronavirus infects sports: recently begun practices include novel routines

Cross-country coach Brittany Carvalho takes a runner's temperature as a part of mandatory, daily health screenings done on each athlete.
November 16, 2020

Although the first chance for academic life in Claremont to return to some semblance of normalcy is February, the possibility for a somewhat typical routine is far greater for athletics. At the moment,...

Dual Perspectives: Should students download TikTok?

Dual Perspectives: Should students download TikTok?
November 16, 2020

Yes (Meghan Mason): One TikTok, indivisible, with Charli D'Amelio for all Two eyes and lips, superimposed onto a grocery store shelf of vegetables, mournfully look into the screen. “You love the idea...

Body shape stereotypes and rules in sports must end

Body shape stereotypes and rules in sports must end
November 16, 2020

Trigger warning: This article contains mentions of eating disorders, body-image negativity, and food restriction. The widespread issues of negative body image and disordered eating can stem from...

Letter to the Editor: CHS announces official Marble Racing Team (satire)

November 16, 2020

Earlier this week, Claremont High School unveiled its newest, CIF Official, sports team: Marble Sports. “What the actual f***,” said the chess club. Many students have voiced similar concerns, but...

Celebrity culture’s corruption: an excess of influence

Celebrity culture’s corruption: an excess of influence
November 16, 2020

Anyone who has used Instagram has probably experienced jealousy, anxiety, or a desperate urge to change themselves while on the app—maybe they have even felt all three reactions at once. Social media’s...

The college application process has made volunteering lose its value

November 16, 2020

To volunteer is to dedicate time to a cause greater than oneself. Yet, with the increasingly competitive nature of the college application process, this meaning has become lost in translation. For most...

In Control with Charlie Warren: beauty lies in the eye of the controller

November 16, 2020

Humans are simple creatures who enjoy simple creature comforts. The easier something is to categorize, the easier life becomes. Everything has its place; everything has a clean-cut label. Video games are...

Will we ever return to campus?

The empty CHS campus
November 16, 2020

On March 13th, 2020, when CUSD shut down its campuses at the beginning of the pandemic, many students felt that one month of “at-home” school might make for a nice vacation in the middle of the school...

Letter to the Editor: My thoughts on the new Claremont Fresh program

November 16, 2020

What a remarkable and amazing new program, right? Not only does it lessen the amount of people outdoors, but it also keeps the elderly safe from the ongoing pandemic. I find that the elderly are always...

Students poll in on the 2020 Presidential Election

Students poll in on the 2020 Presidential Election
November 16, 2020

On Nov. 3, millions of Americans were glued to their televisions as they anxiously awaited the results of the 2020 presidential election. Americans on both ends of the political spectrum were on the edges...

California bans flavored tobacco hoping to halt teenage vaping

California bans flavored tobacco hoping to halt teenage vaping
November 16, 2020

For many CHS students, walking into a CHS bathroom can oftentimes be like walking into a smoke shop. Clouds of smoke rise from the stalls, empty Puff Bars are scattered across the floor, and the sickly...

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