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Matt Damon’s “The Martian” Is An Out of This World Experience

Will DePrez, Reporter

December 4, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives, Movies/TV

Released a little more than two months ago, movie critics across the nation are still recommending director Ridley Scott’s “The Martian” as a must-see for movie-goers. “The Martian” kicks off with a manned mission to Mars, where astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after being swept away by...

All-Sized Models Rule The Runway

Ohana Durantes, Reporter

December 4, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives

As plus-size models share their shockingly-open stories about their career, many people have started to question not only the idea of plus-size models but also the model industry as a whole. Model industries claim to promote body positivity; however, their advertisements say otherwise. Seemingly “plus ...

GSA Club Looks To End Prejudice and Hatred on CHS Campus

GSA Club Looks To End Prejudice and Hatred on CHS Campus

Isabelle Allison, Reporter

November 20, 2015


Filed under Archives, ASB/Clubs, News

Gender identification and sexual orientation are topics that are not taken lightly in present-day society. The Gender Sexuality Alliance Club (GSA) hopes to raise awareness of these various gender identifications and sexual orientations. The club operates on three fronts: providing a safe space for all, impacting the community, and educat...

IPPF Teams Takeoff in National Ranking

IPPF Teams Takeoff  in National Ranking

James Jung, Reporter

November 20, 2015


Filed under Archives, News, Showcase

This year, CHS Speech and Debate hoped to send two teams to the International Public Policy Forum (IPPF) debate tournament. Due to the success of last year’s team, which was composed of seniors Nancy Jung, Clayton Becker, and Diana Chao, coach David Chamberlain made the previously stated decision. Qualif...

Wolfcast Greenscreen Helps Creativity Fly

Sydney Hwang, Reporter

November 20, 2015


Filed under Archives, Movies/TV, News

With a new teacher, Wolfcast has made many changes such as the addition of a greenscreen, to make the videos more creative. A couple of months ago, Sara Hills, the Wolfcast adviser, purchased a greenscreen and new lights through donations given to the Wolfcast. They are used daily and shown in their feat...

New School Science Standards

Isabella Cisneros, Online Editor, Reporter

November 20, 2015


Filed under Archives, News

The world of science is constantly evolving, meaning the education standards science teachers use to educate their students have to change regularly in order to keep everything up to date. Starting this year, all classes within the science department will be slowly implementing what is known as the Ne...

The Time Is Up For Former USC Football Coach Sarkisian

Bridget Englebert, Reporter

November 19, 2015


Filed under Archives, Sports

When an individual makes a mistake, sometimes he or she is given a second chance, allowing the person to start over and wipe the slate clean. Some say that the third time’s the charm, yet for Steve Sarkisian, former head coach of USC, all of his chances were up after he was caught once again, intoxicated...

A Road to Remember: Homecoming 2015 Princess Christine Hyun and Prince Jack Kolodge

A Road to Remember: Homecoming 2015 Princess Christine Hyun and Prince Jack Kolodge

Bridget Englebert and Isabelle Allison

November 17, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features

Christine Hyun: With her trademark winged eyeliner, Christine Hyun begins her last year of high school as a princess on Homecoming Court. Describing herself hard working, passionate, and random, Hyun is involved in many activities. From dancing, to studying, to playing the piano and arts, Hyun conti...

A Road to Remember: Homecoming 2015 Princess Claire Colinco and Prince Matt Brown

A Road to Remember: Homecoming 2015 Princess Claire Colinco and Prince Matt Brown

Shane Jung and Maisa Hamida

November 17, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features

Claire Colinco: Despite her extremely busy schedule in ASB, senior class president Claire Colinco participates in many extracurricular activities inside and outside of CHS. She has been in ASB for four years, plays soccer for CHS and for the Surf Soccer Club team, is part of the Interact Club and t...

A Road to Remember: Homecoming 2015 Princess Kristen Kiltgaard and Prince Bijan Kavoosi

A Road to Remember: Homecoming 2015 Princess Kristen Kiltgaard and Prince Bijan Kavoosi

Sarah Lee and James Jung

November 17, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features

Kristen Klitgaard: It is a dream come true. Senior Kristen Klitgaard has taken the position on homecoming court as one of the princesses. According to her kindergarten yearbook, Klitgaard wanted to become a princess and a worker. Now, she pursued both of her goals as she stands in the homecoming cou...

A Road to Remember: Homecoming 2015 Princess Gail Henley and Prince Gavin Wride

A Road to Remember: Homecoming 2015 Princess Gail Henley and Prince Gavin Wride

Zyriah Carter and Sydney Hwang

November 17, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features

Gail Henley: Congratulations to senior Gail Henley that has been selected for this year’s homecoming court. Henley has been involved in many activities during her high school career, such as being a CHS Girls Track and Field hurdler and a Chamber singer. Along with choir She plans on pursuing stude...

Nitro Circus Crashes Into LA

Nitro Circus Crashes Into LA

Chenna Hu and Isabella Cisneros

November 13, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives

Like it does with everything else, Nitro Circus crashed into the Los Angeles Staples Center on Nov. 6 to give sports fans a terrific live action show.  Led by X Games gold medalist Travis Pastrana, this 2015-2016 tour of North America is no typical circus. Featuring various riders from all over the...

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