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CHS Students Put On Artists in the Alley Show

EVELYN DOWNER, reporter

December 3, 2018


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As one walks through the CHS campus, beautiful displays of art made by students can be seen throughout the 400 and 500 quads. The school boasts an abundance of artwork from its students and encourages them to express their artistic side. One student, Haily McMullen, has decided to go above and beyond...

‘Right Before I Go’: CHS Theatre Perfoms Impactful Play on Suicide Prevention

Claire Judson, reporter

December 3, 2018


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The theatre lies silent as Stan Zimmerman, conceiver and adaptor of CHS Theatre’s most recent production, “Right Before I Go,” steps out onto a minimalistic stage scattered with chairs. Zimmerman takes a seat on the chair in the middle. He proceeds to introduce himself as a producer working in...

Mental Health Help at CHS

SARAH PINO, reporter

December 3, 2018


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Recently, CHS has made many changes to help students deal with mental health and drug abuse issues in the community. Care Solace is a new program for the students of CHS to find help and treatment. Through a link provided by an email from Dr. O’Connor, students are able to take a survey in order to...

Church Group Protests at Pomona College and CHS Against Claremont’s Prominent LGBTQ+ Community

Asiya Junisbai and Claire Judson, reporter

December 3, 2018


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At 6:30 am on Monday, November 12, Claremont lay silent. Although CHS students and staff had this particular Monday off, it was far from silent on the portion of Indian Hill running adjacent to the CHS campus. Adults, teenagers, and children hailing from the Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church (WBC)...

Fiello Revamps Robotics

ROWAN ORLIJAN-RHYNE, reporter

November 5, 2018


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The Claremont Robotics Competition brings teamwork into focus this year more than in years past, making the competition easier and more enjoyable for many participants. The increase in teamwork results from some minor problems with teamwork last year. The team leaders of each team and adviser, Ms. Fiello,...

Lack of Classrooms Proving Problematic

Jill Kao, reporter

November 5, 2018


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Roving teachers are temporary solutions for schools that are either financially limited or can not provide enough classrooms for every teacher. CHS has a few “roving teachers”, but is the only school in the CUSD that has them. Teachers in charge of these classes do have permanent classrooms, but...

CHS Increasing Security Measures

EVELYN DOWNER, reporter

November 5, 2018


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Returning CHS students might have noticed a change on its campus and at school functions. The change has not been a blatantly obvious one, only those who were truly paying attention would notice a gradual shift. This change is the increase of security on campus and at school sanctioned events, an increase...

Queen Stella Wong

ELIE SCHWARTZ, reporter

November 5, 2018


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Stella Wong is ecstatic to begin her senior year as a Homecoming queen. However, this is not her first time in a ball gown. In July, Wong competed in her first beauty pageant. She placed in the top five at the state level and will compete at the national competition to win the Miss Los Angeles County...

King Elijah Bennett

JAIDEN CURLIN, reporter

November 5, 2018


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Senior Elijah Bennett, football star of CHS and discernible personality on campus, may be the most recognizable on the Homecoming Court.Bennett has had a significant impact on the football team. Playing since he was around nine, he learned quickly that he was exceptionally skilled at the sport. He began...

Special Ed Art Project

JAIDEN CURLIN, reporter

November 5, 2018


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The Special Education department has been doing something different for their students this past month. They have been painting three similar sets for a cornhole toss game. The class started painting and decorating with the guidance of Special Education teachers starting in the later weeks of September...

CHS Students Show the True Chicano Experience

Claire Judson, reporter

November 5, 2018


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Last August, the LA County Fair opened their annual art installation in the Millard Sheets Art Center. This year, the exhibition portrayed the theme “Alt 66”. The goal of the installation was to provide a Route 66 experience to visitors, including its history, landmarks, and roadside attractions....

Vaping: The Modern Teen Epidemic at Claremont High School

Asiya Junisbai, reporter

November 5, 2018


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Tobacco has been around and highly popular for centuries. However, as more and more research has pointed to their highly detrimental health consequences, a new wave began: vaping. Vaping is defined as inhaling and exhaling the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette or similar device. This method was...

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