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Salutatorian Iris Yu to Study Biochemistry with the Bruins

Salutatorian Iris Yu to Study Biochemistry with the Bruins

Xandie Kuenning, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

June 11, 2014


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Whether studying for her many AP classes or teaching children piano, Salutatorian Iris Yu has constantly put her all in everything that she does. Planning to major in biochemistry at UCLA, Yu is still not quite sure of her future. She is, however, content with her legacy at CHS. Though she saw that her...

Diana Zhao Named 2014 Valedictorian of CHS

Diana Zhao Named 2014 Valedictorian of CHS

Danny Han, Reporter

June 11, 2014


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From being a full International Baccalaureate candidate to working alongside neuroscientists, Diana Zhao is soon to begin a new chapter of her life at Stanford University. The valedictorian will be majoring in Public Policy which involves economics and political science. Zhao hopes to minor in product...

Teen Green 4 A Cleaner Claremont Begins Village Clean-up Initiative

Teen Green 4 A Cleaner Claremont Begins Village Clean-up Initiative

Phumanee Nosavan, Reporter

May 16, 2014


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Spring cleaning has been taken to a new level for youth with the City of Claremont Teen Committee’s pilot program “Teen Green 4 A Cleaner Claremont,” whose goal is to promote awareness within the community of the importance of proper trash disposal in order to maintain Claremont and protect the envir...

Long-Term CUSD Employees and Retirees to Be Honored in May

Long-Term CUSD Employees and Retirees to Be Honored in May

Chrissie Meyer, Reporter

May 16, 2014


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On Thursday, May 22, at the Alexander Hughes Center, long-term employees, as well as those retiring from the Claremont Unified School District (CUSD), will be honored for their dedicated commitments in serving the community. For the past 20 years, the district has held the Honor Our Own event in orde...

CUSD Seeks Input for New Funding System

Mohamad Almouazzen, Reporter

April 28, 2014


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The California Board of Education will be implementing the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), which will replace the current K-12 financial system throughout every school district in California, on July 1, 2014, after almost a year of planning. This will be the largest change of school district fundi...

BYOD Classes Implement My Big Campus Provider

BYOD Classes Implement My Big Campus Provider

Jordynn Quinine, Chaska Yamane, Reporters

April 28, 2014


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As of January 2014, The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program has been piloting a new social networking program called My Big Campus to help students and teachers to assign and collect work more easily. The program functions as a social networking form of Moodle in which students can create groups, sta...

The Wolfpacket Staff Tours LA Times

The Wolfpacket Staff Tours LA Times

Anne Rosett, Online and Business Manager

April 3, 2014


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On Monday, March 31, the Wolfpacket staff went on a field trip to tour the LA Times editorial building and printing plant. "The tour was informative, entertaining, and especially helpful to Wolfpacket students to see real journalists at work, dedicated to their careers," the Wolfpacket adviser and...

Science Olympiad Team Revs Up Its Engine for State After Regional Win

Science Olympiad Team Revs Up Its Engine for State After Regional Win

Gavin Derleth, Reporter

March 24, 2014


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The chemistry among members of the CHS Science Olympiad team has been phenomenal as they are on their way to the Southern California State Finals on April 5, 2014. The team placed third in the Aerospace Valley Regional Science Olympiad competition during the weekend of March 7, and have earned thems...

Principal O’Connor Tweets News to CHS

Principal O’Connor Tweets News to CHS

Jordynn Quinine, Reporter

March 13, 2014


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CHS Principal Dr. Brett O’Connor and other student organizations on campus have been using Twitter as a way to get valuable information to CHS students and staff. O’Connor has been sending out reminders a few times a week through Twitter about upcoming events and updates on students and CHS sp...

ASB 2014-2015 Election Outcomes

ASB 2014-2015 Election Outcomes

March 7, 2014


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President Sasha Houy Newly elected ASB President and current junior Sasha Houy has been an avid member of ASB since sixth grade. Houy wishes to unify the student body and listen to the needs of everyone at CHS, and not just a selective group of students. Houy is eager to help CHS become more connec...

Project Walk Organization Expands from Claremont Club Facility

Project Walk Organization Expands from Claremont Club Facility

Kellan Grant, Reporter

March 3, 2014


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The Project Walk Organization at the Claremont Club, founded by CHS alumnus Hal Hargrave Jr. and CEO of the Claremont Club Mike Alpert, officially opened its expanded facility on Feb. 1, 2013. Project Walk’s goal is to help people suffering from a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) to overcome physical diff...

City Council and CHS Collaborate for Student Government Day

City Council and CHS Collaborate for Student Government Day

Chrissie Meyer, Reporter

March 3, 2014


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On Feb. 25, fifteen CHS seniors participated in Student Government Day along with the city council members and staff at Claremont City Hall. During the event, AP Government students were given the opportunity to follow the city staff members and assist them in various tasks to better understand the cit...

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