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Abolish Collegiate Athletic Scholarships

Abolish Collegiate Athletic Scholarships

Sydney Hwang, Reporter

December 10, 2015


Filed under Archives, Opinions

While some students spend hours studying to get accepted into college, others are receiving scholarships from Ivy League schools without wasting a single second looking in their textbooks. Instead, they dedicate their high school lives completely to one sport and are talented enough to not only be admitted...

Birthright Becomes Ultimate Birth-Fight

Kamran Curlin, Reporter

December 10, 2015


Filed under Archives, Opinions

Four million children of illegal immigrants possess U.S. citizenship. That number might not appear significant, but it is growing rapidly according to the LA Times article “The Birthright Citizenship Debate” by Teresa Watanabe and Patrick McDonnell. There is now a question of whether or not to abolish...

“Beef” Should Stay at the Grocery Store

Ohana Durante, Reporter

December 10, 2015


Filed under Archives, Opinions

Many CHS students have used social media accounts for years; however, some are not educated on how to articulate arguments purposefully and respectfully when they encounter conflict with others who have different opinions. Arguing on social media has become not only normal, but often times, anticipated...

Arts Versus Smarts: Colleges Focus Too Much on the Fine Arts

Ivana Estrada, Reporter

December 10, 2015


Filed under Archives, Opinions

Fine arts is an unnecessary requirement for all high school students. Taking a fine arts class is part of the “f” requirement and is mandatory to apply to most colleges. A fine arts class can consist of a class in creative, visual, or performing arts. Schools put too much emphasis on fine arts in...

No More Multiple-Choice Tests in Honors World History!

Shane Jung, Reporter

December 10, 2015


Filed under Archives, Opinions

Most students appreciate multiple-choice tests since they do not require students to write out their answers and provide them with the possibility of guessing correctly on a problem that they do not know the answer to. However, in Honors World History, a multiple-choice exam is an ineffective method...

Girls’ Golf to CIF for First Time

Girls’ Golf to CIF for First Time

Ivana Estrada, Reporter

December 10, 2015


Filed under Archives, Sports

The Girls’ Varsity Golf team made big history this season, as they were the first Girls’ Golf team at CHS ever to make it to CIF. The team was ranked second in the league, which consisted of seven teams with six girls on each team. Teams ranking from one through four moved on to CIF. Making it...

High School Cheer in CA to Now Compete in CIF Divisions

Rajan Shivaram, Reporter

December 10, 2015


Filed under Archives, Cheer/Dance, Sports

Cheerleaders across California view cheer as a very athletic event that requires a lot of commitment. However, a lot of people disagree. The debate was settled when a law was passed to recognize cheerleading as a sport in California. The bill was passed this year, and will take place in the 2017-2018...

El Roble Panthers Add Cross Country to Their Sports Program

Isabella Cisneros, Online Manager, Reporter

December 10, 2015


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

As part of the sports program, El Roble offers several sports throughout the school year to its students, such as basketball, volleyball, and football, to encourage students who are interested in participating in athletics. Recently, the school has made the addition of cross country to its sports program....

Dance, Dance, Dance

Dance, Dance, Dance

Kamrin Curlin, Reporter

December 4, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives, Cheer/Dance

Dance is an ever evolving medium. From the swing in the 20s to the flapping in the 50s to the Soulja Boy in the new millennia, dance has changed to suit the needs of the generation. Modern dances such as the Whip, Nae-Nae, and Quan have stemmed from the internet and video sharing platforms like Vine. ...

CHS Theatre Presents: the Laramie Project

CHS Theatre Presents:  the Laramie Project

Shane Jung, Reporter

December 4, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives, Theatre

The CHS Theatre will be presenting “The Laramie Project,” which addresses the controversial topic of gay rights. On Dec. 4, 5, 10, 11, and 12, Theatre Production will be performing the 3-act play in the CHS Theatre. The play depicts an incident in 1998 when a college student named Matthew Shepard was murdered in Larami...

The Cycling Club Gears up for the New Season

Sarah Lee, Reporter

December 4, 2015


Filed under Archives, ASB/Clubs, Special Spotlights, Sports

There are many sports that are optional to students at CHS, but unfortunately, biking is not one of those sports. Even though biking is not one of the choices at CHS, Jonathan Chang and sophomore Noah Libeskind decided to share their passion for biking by creating a team called the Claremont Mountain Biking Team. Chang is one of the...

Be of The Lawful Good & Start Playing D&D

Chenna Hu, Reporter

December 4, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives

Dungeons and Dragons, or otherwise known as DnD or D&D, has been around since 1974 and opened doors for modern gaming. It was first published by Wizards of the Coast and TSR, and the game itself was designated by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson. It is a familiar fantasy tabletop role playing game that is ...

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