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Miyazaki Folds Up His Director’s Chair

Miyazaki Folds Up His Director’s Chair

Michelle Wang, Reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under A&E, Archives, Movies/TV

The time has come for the man behind many beloved childhood films that have inspired bouts of laughter and fits of tears to retire. Critically acclaimed Japanese filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki has finally put down the pen. This Japanese film director, animator, manga artist, producer, and screenwriter has...

Dangerous Influences in Media

Ruby Elliott-Zuckerman, Reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under A&E, Archives, Movies/TV

The movie industry plays a huge role in society today by rapidly hacking into viewers’ emotions and instructing them with ideas and viewpoints in as little as an hour and a half, or even two minutes via commercials. Consumers are reminded of upcoming films and their subject matter while performing...

What is the UC system?

Kikesa Kimbwala, Reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under Archives, Features

The University of California system is a public university chain and is widely regarded as one of the top public university systems in the world. The UC system gives students a great opportunity to look into any subject, especially research and science. UC researchers are leaders in agriculture, medicine,...

What is the difference between Ivy League Universities and other state universities?

Phumanee Nosavan, Reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under Archives, Features

The Ivy League is an alliance of eight elite schools located in Northeastern United States. Over many years, they evolved into what they are today: wealthy, prestigious, and influential. What seems to be the major point that really differentiates Ivy League schools from the other Colleges and universi...

Children’s Area in Claremont Library in Renovation

Phumanee Nosavan, Reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under Archives, News

The Claremont Public Library will be conducting a renovation to the children’s area, thanks to a large donation from the Friends of the Claremont Library (FCL). FCL is a non-profit organization formed by community volunteers that supports the Claremont Library with its expenses. After planning the...

County Fair Commends Claremont Citizens

County Fair Commends Claremont Citizens

Hannah Biering, Reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under Archives, News, Showcase

At the LA County Fair on Sept. 26, three Claremont citizens were recognized. They were awarded for their good deeds around the community, such as volunteer work, participating in drives, and donating money. Axel Garcia, a third grader at Sumner/Danbury Elementary in Claremont, was acknowledged for...

LA Dodgers: Hot Summer With Puig

LA Dodgers: Hot Summer With Puig

Gavin Derleth, Reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under Archives, Showcase, Sports

Over the summer, the Dodgers achieved a goal that nobody believed they could: win a lot of games. The Dodgers season seemed at a loss on June 22 with a record of 31-42 and 9 1/2 games behind the first-place Arizona Diamondbacks. However, since that day, the Dodgers are 53-17 and are currently 12 games...

New Coach Bill Reaves Brings Experience and Expertise to CCCP

New Coach Bill Reaves Brings Experience and Expertise to CCCP

Niza Metoyer, Reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under Archives, Features, Sports

Due to intense summer training, the cross country season is off to an excellent start. To build upon all that hard work, the team has had the honor of adding Bill Reeves as one of four assistant coaches, all of whom will be helping head coach Rob Lander. Reeves has been coaching cross country for 24 years at va...

Emmalyn Spruce Self-Releases New Single On iTunes

Emmalyn Spruce Self-Releases New Single On iTunes

Mohi Andrabi, Reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under A&E, Archives, Features, Music

Aspiring singer Emmalyn Spruce has decided to let the world hear her vocal talent with the online release of her song, “You Make Me Blind.” Spruce is a junior at CHS who has found inspiration in music. Along with writing her own songs, Spruce recorded her song in her house, using her own equipment....

Dress Code Unfairly Targets Female Students

Dress Code Unfairly Targets Female Students

Ruby Elliott-Zuckerman, Reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under Archives, Opinions

Students at CHS are consistently reminded that even though the weather may be warm, the dress code needs to be followed, especially by the “ladies.” This blatant discrimination against girls is sexist and promotes inequality and oppression. Although dress codes are not inherently problematic, the...

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