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Immigration Program at CGU

Jaden Clark, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News

According to The Daily Bulletin, over 200,000 residents are registered in the Deferred Actions for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in California alone. This program protects young and undocumented immigrants. However, the Trump administration recently made the decision to begin phasing out the program....

#MeToo Movement Brings Awareness

Aubree Trask, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Issue #6, News

In October 2017, a hashtag was created on social media to raise awareness about sexual assault and harassment. This was created in order to give women and men a way to speak about their situation, feel empowered, and motivate other people in the same situations to speak out. Soon enough, millions were...

YouTube Changes Rules

Kay Oken, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Issue #6, News

On Jan. 16, 2018, YouTube executives announced that major changes would be made to their Partnership Program in order to protect the website against harmful channels. The Partnership Program is what allows creators to earn revenue from their videos through advertisements. Released in an online statement,...

Students Meet Crixivan HIV Medication Creator

Makayla Oas, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Issue #6, News

Both AP biology teacher Eric Tucker and Biology teacher Carolyn Han recently selected five AP Biology students and five biology students that they thought would be best fit to attend a lecture series at Pomona College. Tucker and Han were both invited to the annual Robbin’s Lecture Series hosted by...

D.A.R.E. Program’s Defunding

Sean Castro, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Issue #6, News

The U.S. is among one of the biggest countries to suffer from drug addictions. However, 2017 was a year where drug use had been at an all-time low. According to a 2017 survey conducted by the National Drug Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA), alcohol use in 10th and 12th-graders had dropped 14.5% in the last...

Half a Million Unite at the LA Women’s March

Vanessa Lopez, Reporter

February 25, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

On Jan. 20, LA hosted its second Women’s March, in honor of the one-year anniversary of the first Women’s March during Donald Trump’s inauguration last year. The Women’s March is a women-led movement in which their goal is to provide information on different women’s rights issues. This march...

McCasey Leaves For Redlands

McCasey Leaves For Redlands

Genny Sanders, Asst. Editor-In-Chief

February 5, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Issue #5, News, Showcase

When CHS students came back from winter break, a noticeable difference was present in the administration. Doug McCasey, Assistant Principal since 2014, has left his position at CHS for an identical one at Citrus Valley High School in Redlands, California. While McCasey has greatly enjoyed his time here...

Orchestra Plays With LA Phil

Orchestra Plays With LA Phil

Jaiden Curlin, Reporter

February 5, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Issue #5, News

On January 18th, CYMO held their Winter Concert at Little Bridges Auditorium. This concert featured a special guest, LA Philharmonic violinist Jin-Shan Dai. Dai has performed throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. The world renown Violinist joined the LA Philharmonic at the start of the 2010/2011...

CicLAvia Temporarily Opens Car-Free Roads for Pedestrians

CicLAvia Temporarily Opens Car-Free Roads for Pedestrians

makayla Oas, Reporter

February 5, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Issue #5, News

If one sees a mob of bikers riding through Claremont, they can assume that those are the CicLAvia bikers. CicLAvia is a non-profit event that creates an opprotunity for more active transportation and promotes healthy habits by having bikers from many cities ride on car-free streets. According to their...

Spotlight: Extended Essay Coordinator, TOSA, and Teacher Mr. Easton

Spotlight: Extended Essay Coordinator, TOSA, and Teacher Mr. Easton

Joseph Salvinski, Reporter

January 12, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News, Showcase

Ryan Easton is a man of many trades and has mastered them all. He is a four-year, tenured teacher at CHS who previously taught at another school and has earned a Master’s degree in Educational Technology with an emphasis on coaching teachers for technology from California State University, Fullerton....

Vote to Get Rid of Net Neutrality

Kendall Chraplewski, Reporter

January 12, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News

The internet is an ever expanding avenue, filled with many options suitable for just about anyone. The internet offers content to everyone at the same rate without having to pay for “premium content,” however this may change with the repeal of net neutrality. Essentially, net neutrality makes it...

CHS Band Marches to State

CHS Band Marches to State

Jaden Clark, Reporter

January 12, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News, Showcase

The band program at CHS is known for playing at rallies, football games, and other events. However, marching band also participates in competitions every fall, and contributes many hours of time and practice to perfect their art. While CHS has had successful competition seasons in the past, this fall...

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