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Student-Run Fashion Brand Gains Popularity at CHS

Student-Run Fashion Brand Gains Popularity at CHS

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Assistant Sports Editor

December 17, 2019

Walking in the halls, or on the streets, one might turn to a friend and express envy or appreciation of a passerby’s fashion choices, but rarely is this fleeting moment more meaningful than when the item of interest is made by its owner, its owner’s friend, or simply any CHS student. In many of the...

Post Malone: From High School to Success

Casey Shoultz, Assistant Sports Editor

December 14, 2019

Post Malone: the epitome of face tattoos, running in circles, and having a hard time saying goodbye. Post Malone, more famously known as Posty, is known for his classic heartbreak songs and intense ballads. However, Post Malone’s music is about much more than being heartbroken and “Always Tired.” Austin...

Disney Makes Waves With New Streaming Service

Stephen Nazareth, Reporter

December 14, 2019

Netflix has been a staple in go-to entertainment for high schoolers across the country. With the popularity of traditional television declining, big corporations have been looking to jump into the streaming services game and compete against Netflix and other prominent platforms. Recently, Disney threw...

The Major Momentous Mania of Mainstream Mobile Mario Kart

Charlie Warren, Assistant Sports Editor

November 18, 2019

The Nintendo Wii is one of the highest-selling video game consoles of all time, but at the beginning of the Wii’s lifespan, the system only had a few heavy-hitting titles under its belt. Sales were up across the board for Nintendo, but there were no strong indicators that the Wii would be able to maintain...

Here’s Johnny: The Overlook Hotel Returns in “Doctor Sleep”

Abigail Bodell, Reporter

November 18, 2019

Despite having physically escaped the Overlook Hotel long ago, Danny Torrance has returned to the big screen battling an entirely new set of otherworldly terrors. In a well-crafted work directed by notorious filmmaker Mike Flanagan, “Doctor Sleep” is an unquestionably underrated film that deserves...

Should We Pay for the Quality or the Brand of Our Clothes?

Meghan Mason, Reporter

November 18, 2019

Judgment is seemingly unavoidable in high school. Students judge each other all the time, whether it be how others act, who they hang out with, or even their GPA. Ultimately, students are constantly being put into boxes by their peers. One of the biggest sources of these snap judgments comes from something...

Gen-Z’s New Language: How Slang Has Entered the 21st Century

Ady Bolinger, Reporter

November 18, 2019

Okay boomer, now listen—while examining the use of slang words may seem very out of date, it is totally tubular and should be carefully researched, as modern slang has spread further than ever before due to social media. Compared to past generations, Gen-Z has a completely different culture and way...

JREMY Dissed? Nico Quadrini and Sir O’Neill Take on the CHS Rap King

JREMY Dissed? Nico Quadrini and Sir O’Neill Take on the CHS Rap King

Claire Judson and Kay Oken

October 19, 2019

For the past year, senior Jeremy Kimani, widely referred to by his stage name, JREMY, has become a Soundcloud phenomenon, local celebrity, and arguably one of the most influential students on campus. Since the release of his song “Confident,” a smash-hit at CHS, in November of last year, he has performed...

Happy Halloween: The City Of Claremont’s Haunted History

Neeloofar Asad Soleimani, Cartoonist

October 19, 2019

Around the world, there has always been a fear of the paranormal and their possible existence. In fact, some locations in Claremont offer possible validation for the existence of the supernatural. The Mabel Shaw Bridges Auditorium is popular among both the living and the dead, as evidenced by a spirit...

CHS Production of “26 Pebbles” Speaks Out Against Gun Violence

Ady Bolinger, Reporter

October 19, 2019

26 pebbles: a seemingly insignificant number of small rocks. An ostensibly meaningless collection of pebbles washed ashore. However, one may come to find that there is more than meets the eye as a simple metaphor holds unimaginable power. “26 Pebbles” is a play that will be performed by the CHS Theatre...

The Losers Club Is Back: “IT Chapter Two” Hits the Screen for a Chilling Sequel

The Losers Club Is Back: “IT Chapter Two” Hits the Screen for a Chilling Sequel

Abigail Bodell, Reporter

September 20, 2019

Clutching his signature red balloons and with a particularly nasty appetite for the youth of Derry, Maine, Pennywise the clown has floated his way back into theaters. A continuation of the film readaptation of Stephen King’s notoriously blood-curdling novel, “It,” “It: Chapter Two” has sky-high...

The Traumatic Takeover of TikTok and the E-Boy Epidemic

Ady Bolinger, Reporter

September 20, 2019

You walk swiftly through the halls of Claremont High on the way to your next class; short songs, phrases, and the banging of Hydro Flasks pound against your eardrums. “And I oop — sksksksksksks.” You begin to walk faster now, elongating each step, wanting nothing more than to make it on time to...

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