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Pilgrim Place Holds Centennial Campaign

William Chen, Reporter

January 30, 2015


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The Pilgrim Place, a prominent part of the Claremont community, is now celebrating its Centennial Anniversary. This iconic senior center provides a comforting shelter for 320 residents who have dedicated their lives to serving others in the community. To commemorate 100 years of success, Pilgrim Place...

Cold Weather Hits Claremont

Hanna Teal, Reporter

January 30, 2015


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Although Claremont is in a state that usually never gets too cold, the city has had an average low of 46°F and a high of 60°F this year. There are a variety of things that cold weather can affect in any city, especially Claremont. For example, it can change electricity bills, plant life, health, parks,...

New CUSD Assistant Superintendent, Myrlene Pierre, Replaces Bonnie Bell

Bridget Englebert, Reporter

January 30, 2015


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To make sure that Claremont has someone to act as a caretaker for its schools, the Claremont Unified District (CUSD) has decided to hire Myrlene Pierre as Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services. Pierre will be replacing former Assistant Superintendent, Bonnie Bell. After serving 4 1/2 1years...

Murder of Isom Couple Shocks La Verne and Claremont Residents

Juancarlos Ferrer, Reporter

January 30, 2015


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On Dec. 26, 2014, an elderly couple in La Verne was fatally wounded just outside of their home. Deputies were called by a groundskeeper shortly after 1 p.m. to the scene. The murder occurred at a large hilltop home in a gated community in the 300 block of Roughrider Road. The couple was later identified...

Report Cards to Change with Common Core

James Jung

January 22, 2015


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All throughout the Claremont Unified School District (CUSD), Claremont elementary schools are making changes to their students’ report cards, due to the fact that there were flaws with the previous progress reports. The CUSD has changed the learning standards to meet the requirements of Common Core....

New IB Mentoring Program Will Lead CHS Juniors to Success

Chenna Hu, Reporter

December 18, 2014


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This year, IB seniors at CHS created the International Baccalaureate (IB) Mentoring Program to help juniors that have recently joined IB. IB senior Riley Evans, the founder of the program, saw how much seniors knew about IB while others had a hard time with the program. “As a junior, I struggled...

“Hands Up Don’t Shoot”: Claremont Students Protest Ferguson Decision

Isabella Cisneros, Reporter

December 18, 2014


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On Monday, Nov. 24, a grand jury in Missouri made the decision not to indict white Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, ruling that “no probable cause exists” to indict him for the shooting and killing of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown on Aug. 9. This incident sparked strife over the idea...

Climate Change Q&A with Iowa State Senator Rob Hogg

Climate Change Q&A with Iowa State Senator Rob Hogg

Roi Wallace, Reporter

December 16, 2014


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Senator Rob Hogg of Iowa was just re-elected to his third term as a state senator. In 2013, Senator Hogg wrote a book on climate change and what Americans can do about it. With the serious drought and concerns over air quality in California, and the recent successful water ballots in Claremont (Measure...

San Gabriel Mountains Become United States’ Newest National Monument

Junacarlos Ferrer, Reporter

December 2, 2014


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The San Gabriel Mountains have recently become the country’s newest national monument. On Oct.10, President Barack Obama made the mountains a monument by using his executive authority. This decision will permanently protect the popular destination and increase access to the mountains and outdoor activities...

AP and IB History Expand and Change to Meet New Standards

Chenna Hu, Reporter

December 2, 2014


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The history department has recently changed their requirements to reflect the College Board’s new standards. AP United States History (APUSH) is currently changing the curriculum because the information taught was too vast to cover all in one year. APUSH intends to change the material with a new book...

Wolfpacket, Volume 11, Issue 1, October 13, 1941.

Wolfpacket, Volume 11, Issue 1, October 13, 1941.

November 7, 2014


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Enjoy this page from the past--the oldest Wolfpacket we could find. Here's a sample: "CLUB REORGANIZES PAPER, ENROLLMENT SETS NEW HIGH. This year, Claremont High School is starting with an enrollment of 275, compared to last year's 250. Due to the almost overwhelming number of new students, only their...

CA Ballot Measures Results

November 7, 2014


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Source: http://vote.sos.ca.gov/returns/ballot-measures/...

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