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Billie Eilish and How the Power of Music Can Transform People

Casey Shoultz, reporter

February 6, 2019


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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


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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,...

Inside the CHS Theatre Program

SARAH PINO, reporter

February 6, 2019


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In order to create amazing shows that audiences young and old can enjoy, theater students from CHS devote hours of painstaking effort into perfecting each and every line and stage direction. Starting with the memorization of lines and ending with life-long friendships, theater is a unique program offered...

Teens, Don’t let Your Museums Go To Waste

Asiya Junisbai, reporter

January 11, 2019


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Masterful compositions line the walls of the Pomona College Museum of Art. Well-lit, modern rooms, beautifully showcase either the gallery’s current exhibit or a wide variety of permanent installations. At the entrance of it all, a friendly face awaits you at the front desk, ready to help and inform...

Bohemian Rhapsody: The Queen of All Films

ELIE SCHWARTZ, reporter

January 11, 2019


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Ay-Oh! Ay-Oh! The November release, “Bohemian Rhapsody,” was both a memorable and extremely enjoyable experience. The acting was excellent, the time period was believable, and the songs, were thankfully, not covers. Two members of Queen, Brian May and Roger Taylor, were producers on the film. However,...

The New Smash Bros Is Truly Ultimate

Charlie Warren, reporter

January 11, 2019


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After the surprise announcement of a new entry in the “Super Smash Brothers” franchise during a Nintendo Direct in March of this year, new life was injected into one of Nintendo’s longest-standing and most popular games. This initial hype subsided after a while due to a heated debate between longtime...

Disney Sequels and Remakes, But Where is the Original Content

SEQUOIA CLARK, reporter

January 11, 2019


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Disney; just hearing the word causes many to light up with delight, and its original movies are what inspire joy in everyone’s hearts. Their original, creative, coming of age, movies are what has been keeping Disney going for 70 years. Unfortunately for the company, these classic, appealable for a...

R.I.P. Musical.ly Gone Too Soon

Claire Judson, reporter

January 11, 2019


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Last August, high schoolers nationwide were heartbroken to discover that they had lost a critical, nostalgic aspect of their middle school careers with the simple update of an app, as Musical.ly was a safe space for many. Users could build each other up by complimenting their “sick” choices of songs,...

Where Did the Good ‘Ol Fashioned Days of Cable Television Go?

Asiya Junisbai, reporter

December 3, 2018


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In just the last couple decades, a lot has changed across the world as cell phones, near instantaneous communication and social media have become the norm. Gone are the days of home phones on wires and VCRs, and cable is quickly following suit. Most older forms of technology have lost relevancy as this...

The Woman, the Myth, the Dancer, the Legend: Queen Danny D

Claire Judson, reporter

December 3, 2018


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“Danny D! Danny D!” The gym roars as Wolfgang steps up to perform in the midst of the back to school rally. More and more students seem to join along with the chant. This is not the first pep rally in which this has occurred, and certainly not the first time anyone setting foot on the CHS campus...

The Swift Revival of Pokémon Go

Charlie Warren, reporter

December 3, 2018


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While society seems to have abandoned Harambe, dabbing, and other pop culture hallmarks of two years ago, it seems that at least one 2016 trend is still alive and kicking: Pokémon Go. Left for dead by some fans as recent as last year, Pokémon Go seems to have been accepted back into the Pokémon community,...

The Secret Lives of YouTubers

Claire Judson, reporter

November 5, 2018


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YouTube: a social media platform that runs on the appeal of being a creative outlet where uploads are quick and easy, and where anyone can become a celebrity making potentially millions of dollars just by being themselves. Sounds great, right? On a surface level, the life of a YouTuber sounds like a...

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