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Water Polo and Cross Country Excel During the Postseason

Water Polo and Cross Country Excel During the Postseason

January 12, 2016


Filed under Archives, Sports, Track & Field/Cross Country, Water Polo

Being league champs with an undefeated season was not enough for both the Boys’ Water Polo and the Girls’ and Boys’ Cross Country teams, so they took their talents onto CIF. Water Polo made it all of the way to the Southern Section Division 5 CIF finals, but then lost a tough battle against Redlands...

Overtime: An App Created For the Highest of Sports Fans

Chenna Hu, Reporter

January 12, 2016


Filed under Archives, Sports

Overtime is a new sports app that came out on Sept. 17 and is tailored for all sports fanatics to express themselves by scrolling through feeds of videos and graphics that are created by fans. Overtime was created by Pennsylvania State University Alumni David Segal and Ben Weisman to bring all sports...

Basketball Legend Kobe Bryant Retires

Maisa Hamida, Reporter

January 12, 2016


Filed under Archives, Sports

The Black Mamba, Kobe Bryant, is officially retiring after almost 19 years of playing in the NBA, and he is planning to be a member of the Los Angeles Lakers organization instead. Bryant, also known as the Black Mamba, was selected for the All- Star Game a total of 14 times, named Finals MVP twice, held...

Clay Helton Scores a Head Coaching Position for USC Football

Bridget Englebert, Reporter

January 12, 2016


Filed under Archives, Sports

After months of trying to make up for Sarkisian’s embarrassing mistakes and searching for a new head coach, USC has finally made a decision. Helton has left the title of being the interim coach behind and has been hired as the head coach of USC. Helton has been the assistant coach for the Trojans...

Fantasy Sports Companies Deemed Illegal by NY Attorney General

Isabelle Allison, Reporter

January 12, 2016


Filed under Archives, Sports

Scandals in gambling are not unheard of, but when large companies and sports get involved, then the public will naturally want some answers. DraftKings and FanDuel are companies of online fantasy sports, which is any sports competition in which participants manage imaginary teams that are based off of...

Pros to Playing Club Sports

Isabella Cisneros, Online Editor, Reporter

January 12, 2016


Filed under Archives, Sports

Trying out for a sports team at CHS is often an anxiety-producing experience; however, tryouts can be easier for some. For example, those who participate in club sports teams, such as the tennis and swim teams at the Claremont Club, have a chance to improve upon their skills on a regular basis. In particular,...

Kickin’ It With Kellan: The Restoration of the Bruins

Kellan Grant, Head Sports Editor

January 12, 2016


Filed under Archives, Sports, Sports Columns

Since the day I was born, I have been trained to be a UCLA fan. I bleed blue and gold. I always have, and I always will. UCLA Basketball’s illustrious program and its NCAA Division I title record is one of the things that I am most proud to boast about. However, when UCLA’s current team lost to Monmouth...

Charlie Brown: A Christmas Story We Need and Deserve

Charlie Brown: A Christmas Story We Need and Deserve

Kyle Cohen, Contributing Reporter

January 12, 2016


Filed under A&E, Archives

The Peanuts capture childhood innocence in a way that few other works can duplicate. It is difficult to imagine childhood without them. To this day, many children still dream of playing in the snow with the Peanuts gang or dream of kicking that iconic football. Now is the time more than ever to take...

It’s a Wonderful World for the CHS Jazz Scene

It’s a Wonderful World for the CHS Jazz Scene

Shane Jung, Reporter

January 12, 2016


Filed under A&E, Archives, Music, Showcase

Born in America, jazz is one of the country’s most indigenous art forms. The genre is often viewed as a reflection of creativity and individualism and was once the world’s most popular genre, selling millions of records annually. At CHS, there is a small-jazz ensemble created by students that have...

Joes & Pros: Claremont Young Musicians Orchestra Plays With the Best

Kamrin Curlin, Reporter

January 12, 2016


Filed under A&E, Archives, Music

Performing at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, the LA Philharmonic is considered to be one of the finest professional orchestras in the world. To be a part of this esteemed ensemble requires lots of hard work and dedication. The group’s majesty is put on display as its members perform works...

Musicians on the Comeback Trail

Ivana Estrada, Reporter

January 12, 2016


Filed under A&E, Archives, Music

The music industry poses many challenges, one of which is the need to constantly publish appealing and marketable content. High quality singles, albums, and music videos are the new standards by which many artists are heavily judged. Obviously such constant scrutiny can take a toll on said individuals,...

Cookin’ It Up With Mohi’s Menu

Mohi Andrabi, Assistant A&E Editor

January 12, 2016


Filed under A&E, A&E Columns, Archives

In a world where ketchup, mustard, and the abhorrent ranch dressing have become the dips of choice for most diners, connoisseurs and chefs have come up with something infinitely better. Sauces that combine traditional recipes with innovative ideas, intriguing flavors, and delicious ingredients. Having...

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