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Homecoming: King Markelle Davis And Queen Raven Wilbur

Homecoming: King Markelle Davis And Queen Raven Wilbur

Kamran Curlin and Ohana Durantes

October 28, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features, Showcase

Markelle Davis Representing football, the Ocean Lovers Society and all things CHS, King Markelle Davis is a high school senior who has had a very interesting high school experience. He is very involved and has made many memories during his academic career at CHS. “It seems like just yesterda...

Kickin’ It With Kellan Grant: An Inspiring Walk for a Cure

Kickin’ It With Kellan Grant: An Inspiring Walk for a Cure

Kellan Grant, Head Sports Editor

October 28, 2015


Filed under Archives, Sports, Sports Columns

Every time a CHS student steps foot into the school office, they are immediately greeted with a friendly ‘hello.” Often times this greeting is accompanied with a welcoming smile. Sometimes, this smile is able to brighten a terrible day. It has had that kind of effect on me various times before. However,...

TCC Serves Up USTA Tennis Tournament

James Jung, Reporter

October 28, 2015


Filed under Archives, Sports, Tennis

This summer, the Claremont Club hosted the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Claremont Club Classic. Players registered by contacting the tournament director and paying a registration fee. The tournament was held from Sept. 11 to Sept. 20, and 32 individuals out of 128 passed through the qualifying...

LA Football Club: Rising Soccer Franchise to Live Up to the Hype

Will DePrez, Reporter

October 28, 2015


Filed under Archives, Soccer, Sports

LA Galaxy, for 20 years now, has dominated Los Angeles’ impressive fandom for the world’s sport—soccer. However, after Major League Soccer (MLS) team Chivas USA lost their home in Los Angeles, the newest replacement, the Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC), officially announced its debut to the MLS...

Rugby Does Not Score Big With American Audiences

Isabelle Allison, Reporter

October 28, 2015


Filed under Archives, Special Spotlights, Sports

Rugby is a team game played with an oval ball that may be kicked, carried, or passed from hand to hand.There are two main types of rugby, including rugby league and rugby union. Rugby union is said to be a more complicated game than rugby league due to the presence of more rules; rugby union is compared...

Sports Injuries Q&A with Athletic Trainer Heather Pedevillano

Ivana Estrada, Reporter

October 28, 2015


Filed under Archives, Special Spotlights, Sports

Heather Pedevillano is the head athletic trainer here at CHS. Pedevillano is a certified athletic trainer and is in charge of all sports teams. She has been working at CHS since the fall of 2003. Q: Is there a related reason why students are injured during games and practices or do you think they al...

CHS Teachers Find Their Own Piece of Peace in the Corps

CHS Teachers Find Their Own Piece of Peace in the Corps

Kyle Cohen, Reporter

October 26, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives

Traveling around the globe changes people’s perceptions about humans and the surrounding world. The volunteer program, Peace Corps, provides people with an opportunity to travel to a new culture and expand their knowledge. Despite the Peace Corps being a very selective program, four of CHS’s educators—Beth...

Cookin’ it Up With Mohi’s Menu

Mohi Andrabi, Assistant A&E Editor

October 26, 2015


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

Welcome to the second edition of Mohi’s Menu. To most people, salsa is simply a side dish that, along with guacamole, usually accompanies a bowl of chips or tops off a burrito or taco.This perception is a result of today’s generation having drained this amazing dish’s vitality and made it little...

Syrian Dancer Breaks Mold

Isabelle Allison, Reporter

October 26, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives

Breakdancing is a rare but greatly enjoyed activity to CHS junior Ghiath Arodaki. Though it goes against his culture, Arodaki cannot help but ‘break’ into dance when he feels the urge to do so. When Arodaki first visited America, he was only eight years old, and already he could tell that he was...

Dark Days Ahead For Photography Department’s Darkroom

Dorothy Gadsby, Reporter

October 26, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives, Artwork

In the same manner that a dance studio can act as a sanctuary for a dancer, a darkroom — a room for the development of photographs taken with actual film — can provide solace for any photographer. During this previous summer, a decision involving CUSD made it certain that CHS’s darkroom was permanently...

Looking Down the Rabbit Hole: A Wonderful Exhibit

Looking Down the Rabbit Hole: A Wonderful Exhibit

Zyriah Carter, Reporter

October 26, 2015


Filed under A&E, Archives, Showcase

Welcome, fellow fans of “Alice in Wonderland.” For the whole month of October, an exhibit called “Down the Rabbit Hole: 150 Years of Representing Alice’s Wonderland,” is being held at Scripps College. On Columbia Avenue at Denison Library, the exhibit takes people into the magical world down th...

New Teachers, New Leaders, New CHS

New Teachers, New Leaders, New CHS

Sarah Lee, Reporter

October 22, 2015


Filed under Archives, News

CHS is not only a fresh start for the freshmen class, but it is also a new beginning for several new teachers on campus. Carolyn Han and Scarlett DeLao are new full-time teachers at CHS. Han has become a full-time science teacher and is teaching Biology and Zoology and Botany while DeLao is teaching...

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