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CHS National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalists

CHS National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalists

Kathryn Enriquez, Reporter

October 19, 2019

Amongst the 1.6 million students who entered the National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSC), three Claremont High School students have qualified as semi-finalists. Chaerim Kang, Liam Geary, and William Xue are the semi-finalists who await the results of whether or not they will become finalists. The co...

Sustainable Claremont is Striving to Help Save the City of Trees

Sustainable Claremont is Striving to Help Save the City of Trees

October 19, 2019

Claremont is “the city of trees,” and Sustainable Claremont is ensuring that it stays that way. The group is a non-profit organization that cares for, promotes, and educates others about the environment, economic, and social sustainability aiming to create a community that is economically, envir...

Claremont Police Raising Awareness for Growing Homeless Population

Claremont Police Raising Awareness for Growing Homeless Population

Trinity Forsyth and Meghan Mason

September 20, 2019

Claremont residents and CHS students alike oftentimes think of homelessness as a problem for metropolitan cities such as LA and San Francisco. However, although it is less apparent in Claremont, homelessness is an issue for this city as well. On Aug. 28, 2019, the Claremont Police Officers Association,...

Sorry, Commuters: the Metro Gold Line Will Not Extend to Claremont

Sorry, Commuters: the Metro Gold Line Will Not Extend to Claremont

Stephen Nazareth, Website Manager

September 20, 2019

Currently, the Metro Gold Line is a light rail line that runs from East LA to Azusa and handles thousands of commuters everyday. For many years, the Gold Line Board of Directors has been trying to extend the rail line to service more riders, but have constantly run into obstacles. If their plan were...

Laemmle Theater May See Its Downfall in Coming Months, City Official Says

Laemmle Theater May See Its Downfall in Coming Months, City Official Says

Ady Bolinger, Reporter

September 20, 2019

With the fresh smell of popcorn wafting through the air, the neon lights of the billboard displaying the movie titles aglow, and the lines long enough to reach the kids splashing in the plaza fountains, one knows they are at the Claremont Laemmle. Most Claremont kids grew up attending the Laemmle. Whether...

Cuisine of Claremont: A Special on Crème Bakery

Cuisine of Claremont: A Special on Crème Bakery

Sequoia Clark, Co-Head Features Editor

September 20, 2019

On Sept. 19, 2018, Erica Dubreuil opened the doors to Crème Bakery. Its beautiful interior design and constant smell of delicious pasties wafting through the air can make anyone feel at home. From croissants to cakes, everything is made fresh in the morning. Over the past year, Crème has amassed a...

Former CHS Band Coach’s Alleged Sexual Misconduct

Kay Oken, Head Arts and Entertainment Editor

September 20, 2019

Daniel Gonzalez, a 25-year-old male, was a walk on band coach at Claremont High School just two years ago. But as of Sept. 12, searching up his name now results in articles regarding his arrest due to his alleged sexual misconduct. Claremont Police Department’s investigation revealed that during...

Road Contruction Takes A Toll on Claremontians

Road Contruction Takes A Toll on Claremontians

Dilyn Lopez, Reporter

September 20, 2019

The construction on Indian Hill Boulevard and Foothill Boulevard is an ongoing project that has been an extensive time-consuming problem for CHS students and teachers traveling to and from school. The construction will continue to be a traffic block for CHS students and staff because the City of Claremont...

Class of ‘19 Valedictorian Ryan Vuong Did Not Choose the “Vuong” Path

Class of ‘19 Valedictorian Ryan Vuong Did Not Choose the “Vuong” Path

Katie Jung, Editor-In-Chief

June 12, 2019

Ryan Vuong is many things before valedictorian. He is a teacher, he is a learner, he is a volunteer, he is a gamer, he is a friend. Although CHS may be celebrating him today for accumulating the highest GPA of his class and successfully taking the most rigorous classes, there are so many deeper dimensions...

Justin Wei Knows “Da Wei” to Success as Class of ‘19 Salutatorian

Justin Wei Knows “Da Wei” to Success as Class of ‘19 Salutatorian

Jaden Clark and Eden Yu

June 12, 2019

Success comes after hours, days, and years of hard work, some good and some bad. Its culmination can be gratifying, yet the fruits of labor can be, although deserved, surprising. When salutatorian Justin Wei heard his name proclaimed over the deafening roar of CHS students at the most recent renaissance...

Meet Ady Barkan: “America’s Greatest Activist,” CHS Class of 2002

Meet Ady Barkan: “America’s Greatest Activist,” CHS Class of 2002

Claire Judson, Reporter

May 3, 2019

  In December of 2017, a video of a man on an airplane confronting Republican Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona about his vote on a GOP tax bill that, if gone into effect, would make immense cuts to the US Medicare program, rattled the nation. The man in the video—one of an estimated 30...

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