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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 as 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 smash-hit “Confident” in November of last year, he has performed at school e...

Haunted Claremont

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...

26 Pebbles

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 there is more than meets the eye, as a simple metaphor holds unimaginable power. “26 Pebbles” is a play which will be performed at CHS by the CHS...

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...

An Inside Look At CHS ComedySportz

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, reporter

March 22, 2019

As the curtains open before each match, a friendly referee introduces themself, outlining ComedySportz’s structure, and familiar faces jump, run, skip, or saunter out into the limelight as their names are announced overhead. ComedySportz is a nationwide phenomenon represented in Claremont by CHS’...

Kingdom Hearts III: A Simply Sad Nostalgia Trip

Charlie Warren, reporter

March 22, 2019

The inception of the “Kingdom Hearts” series coincides with the childhoods of many of the video game fans of today, and it holds a central place in their hearts to this very day. “Kingdom Hearts” is a beloved crossover between the vastly different worlds of Disney movies and a Square Enix role-playing...

The Local Sounds and Rhythms of SoCal

Asiya Junisbai, reporter

March 22, 2019

In an unassuming part of old-town Pomona sits the Glass House, a concert hall where smaller bands perform nearly every week. Though the building’s exterior is inconspicuous, inside is a whole different world. Bright, fluorescent lights bounce off the walls of the hall as people crowd together. Various...

The Emma Chamberlain Effect: Clout to Drought

Claire Judson, reporter

March 22, 2019

“Sister WENT OFF!” a freshman girl with Doc Martens, mom jeans, two shirts, and a pink velvet scrunchie exclaims across central quad. Many CHS students might agree that such an occurrence is anything but unusual. This common style and sense of humor among the freshman population may have a 17-year-old,...

Misinformation and Undereppresentation of Mental Health in Media

ISABEL KOEPPEN, reporter

March 22, 2019

The topic of mental health has taken center stage recently, and with it has come numerous TV shows and movies attempting to portray mental illness. However, when the public is shown a false reality of what it is like to have a mental illness, it can be potentially dangerous and undermines those who have...

Billie Eilish and How the Power of Music Can Transform People

Casey Shoultz, reporter

February 6, 2019

If students have heard the songs “bellyache” or “idontwanttobeyouanymore” then they are probably familiar with musician Billie Eilish. Known as “music’s terrifying ‘It’ Girl” and “the powerful and inspiring phenomenon,” Eilish has been breaking boundaries with her alternative rock/electronic...

PewDiePie VS T-Series: The End of Original YouTube Content

JAIDEN CURLIN, reporter

February 6, 2019

Within the many domains of entertainment, YouTube is one of the most popular. It is led and bolstered by the many solo creators that produce content usually on their own. PewDiePie, or Felix Kjellberg is one such creator, as he is currently the number one most subscribed to channel on the platform. However,...

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