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Students At Claremont McKenna College Protest Racist Incidents

Students At Claremont McKenna College Protest Racist Incidents

January 7, 2016


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The fight against racism has been continuing across the U.S. for several decades and has recently spread to the local Claremont Colleges. On Nov. 12, thousands of people, including students enrolled in the Colleges, marched across all five campuses to protest against social exclusion and discrimination...

University of California Teams With Bill Gates’ Clean Energy Union

Maisa Hamida, Reporter

January 7, 2016


Filed under Archives, News

On Sunday, Nov. 29, the University of California (UC) joined the Clean Energy Technology Coalition, led by Bill Gates, to invest in research and development to find solutions for climate change. The $1 billion fund that Gates provided is for the next five years toward the examination of the carbon emissions...

New Teen Section at Claremont Library

Sarah Lee, Reporter

January 7, 2016


Filed under Archives, News

  The Claremont Public Library is planning on making a teen section in the library for 2016, and their goal is to make a place for teenagers to study, read, and hang out. A voluntary committee of Claremont teens has recently been assembled to give input and feedback as to what teenagers in this...

Claremont Graduates Arise to Greatness

Bridget Englebert, Reporter

January 7, 2016


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CHS is home to many famous individuals that have made it big, yet students are unaware of the successful people that have gone far in this world. To name just a few, Ron Burkle, Cameron Munter, and Jessica Alba graduated from Claremont High. Ron Burkle, a student who attended CHS and graduated in...

#GoOpen Opens Resources for Everyone

Chenna Hu, Reporter

January 7, 2016


Filed under Archives, News

On Oct. 29, the Department of Education encouraged schools to use openly licensed educational materials, and proposed that all materials created with Department grant funds have an open license. This will grant accessibility to online lesson plans, assessments, quizzes, games, videos, and more. Quizzes...

CEF Gives Grants to Aid Programs at CHS

Ohana Durantes, Reporter

January 7, 2016


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At a school board meeting in September, Claremont Education Foundation (CEF) representatives arrived with their annual donation to CUSD. They donated $199,600 for art, music, and technology in Claremont schools. CEF is a non-profit organization that aims to promote quality education in CUSD. Since its...

Bikes for Kids Makes Santa Claus Magic

Isabelle Allison, Reporter

January 5, 2016


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Bikes for Kids is a heartwarming yearly event that will take place at Foothill Country Day School on Dec. 19 from 8 to 10 a.m. The event is run by Claremont Rotary and the Interact Club at CHS and benefits underprivileged children in Claremont schools by giving them one of the most desired children’s...

Claremont Police Chief Paul Cooper Retires After 30 Years Of Service

Claremont Police Chief Paul Cooper Retires After 30 Years Of Service

Will DePrez, Reporter

January 5, 2016


Filed under Archives, News, Showcase

The Claremont Police Department is committed to upholding its mission to safeguard and serve the Claremont community through timely, proactive, effective, and professional law enforcement services. For the past 30 years, Claremont Police Chief Paul Cooper has devoted himself and his institutional knowledge...

Athletics on Campus Deserve Credit

Athletics on Campus Deserve Credit

Shane Jung, Reporter

January 5, 2016


Filed under Archives, Opinions

Many students invest a lot of their valuable time and effort in CHS sports in order to meet the graduation requirement of two years of P.E. credits. The first year of those credits is covered by one year of P.E. during a student’s freshman year at CHS. The second year, however, has to be completed...

A Diamond Means True Love (And Inhumane African Labor)

A Diamond Means True Love (And Inhumane African Labor)

James Jung, Reporter

January 5, 2016


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The diamond, nature’s purest jewel, has always been sought after. Diamonds are supposed to be symbols of love, commitment, and joyful new beginnings. However, for many people in diamond-rich countries, these sparkling stones are more of a curse than a blessing. Diamond sellers produce diamonds soaked...

The Yamane Report

Chaska Yamane, Head Opinions Editor

January 5, 2016


Filed under Archives, Opinions, Opinions Columns

After meticulous consideration and searching, senior Diana Chao was elected by ASB for the Sleepless-Stress Award. This prestigious honor affords Chao the right to say that she is tired or stressed out without anyone questioning the validity of this claim or attempting to refute her stress with their...

Gun Control: Two Sides To An Argument

Maissoun Hussein and Will DePrez

January 5, 2016


Filed under Archives, Opinions

In the heat of constant mass shooting such as the recent San Bernadino, is gun control necessary? For: The U.S. is crippled from approximately 30,000 deaths a year as a product of gun violence; a third of these victims fall below 20 years of age. We forfeit our youth to the pride invested in the...

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