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Students Wear a Smile for the New and Improved Dress Code

Victoria Phan, Reporter

January 13, 2017


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In response to the student-driven protest and petition for the withdrawal of the new dress code over the summer, many parents, staff, and student activists from diverse clubs on campus such as the Black Student Union, Feminist Club, and LGBQT+ Gender Alliance Club urged for a modification of the dress ...

School Vouchers Provide Funding

Emma Carter, Reporter

January 13, 2017


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The idea of using school vouchers has been around since the 1800s, but the U.S. has not nationally adopted a school vouchers system. However, president-elect Donald Trump has now announced his plans to use $20 billion in federal grants to support the school voucher system in early September. The school ...

New Restaurants Open in The Village

Paulina Gonzalez, Reporter

January 13, 2017


Filed under Food, News

After school, many students enjoy hanging out and eating at their favorite spots in the Village. From King Kong Sushi to Loving Hut, there are a variety of places to eat. Recently, there have been new delicious additions to the list including Blaze Pizza, Poke Dot, and Oke Poke. Blaze Pizza is lo...

CHS Clubs Trump the Election Results and Unite the Student Body

CHS Clubs Trump the Election Results and Unite the Student Body

Isabelle Allison, Reporter

January 13, 2017


Filed under ASB/Clubs, News, Showcase

Protests can come with a negative connotation and can be thought of as mindless acts of violence. However, most protests are not like this at all, and certain students at CHS are very much aware of that fact. On Thursday Nov. 10, two days following the presidential elections, a peaceful protest took place a...

Serious or a Cruel Joke? The Recent National Clown Epidemic

Serious or a Cruel Joke? The Recent National Clown Epidemic

Emma Cossey, Reporter

December 1, 2016


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What once only existed in childhood nightmares has now turned into a startling reality as 2016 boasts over the new creepy clown sightings that have been reported throughout the nation. The fear of killer clowns dates back to the days of John Wayne Gacy Jr. and now men and women have begun dressing a...

Mock Election Held at CHS

Dorothy Gadsby, Reporter

December 1, 2016


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Many think that individuals must be of legal age or older to have a say or a vote in what goes on in the community or country that surrounds them. While technically, this is true, both faculty and students of CHS have worked together in creating an event in which students will be able to have a little t...

Prop 58 Helps ELL Succeed in Schools

Prop 58 Helps ELL Succeed in Schools

Emma Carter, Reporter

December 1, 2016


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Last year, out of the 6,226,737 California public school (K-12) students, over a million students were enrolled in a dual language program. Proposition 58, which was voted on and passed this November, will now make it possible for Limited English Proficiency (LEP) students to participate in these program...

Claremont Weeds Out Prop 64: All Dispensaries Now Banned

Caden Merrill, Reporter

December 1, 2016


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On Election Day, Prop 64, also known as the Control Regulate and Tax Adult use of Marijuana Act, passed in California, legalizing marijuana for recreational usage in California for people 21 and over.  It allows marijuana to be possessed, purchased, transported, used, and transferred legally within ...

Physics Courses Take Over at CHS: Sophomores Express Interest

Physics Courses Take Over at CHS: Sophomores Express Interest

Catherine Schnabel, Reporter

December 1, 2016


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The prospect of choosing between three sciences, chemistry, biology, and physics at the Advanced Placement (AP) Or International Baccalaureate (IB)  level may seem like a difficult choice. However, for some students, the choice has not been difficult because of the subject matter itself, but instead beca...

Teen Committee Extends to Female Rights

Teen Committee Extends to Female Rights

Mohi Andrabi, HEad A&E Editor

December 1, 2016


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Consisting of Claremont students (8th - 12th grade) with liaisons designated by the city, the Teen Committee (TC) works closely with the Claremont City Council. Its members actively serve and attempt to improve the community at large via different projects within and without the local community. In additio...

Claremont Heritage Hosts Village Tours

Claremont Heritage Hosts Village Tours

Emma Cossey, Reporter

October 21, 2016


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From the pavement in the streets to the architecture in the buildings, everything in Claremont has been strategically researched and captured through the Claremont Heritages Walking Tours. Held on the first Saturday of every month from 10:00AM to noon, Ginger Elliott,  a volunteer tour guide in Clar...

CHS Students Get a Head Start at the Colleges

Bridget Englebert, Reporter

October 21, 2016


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CHS is known as a school with students that excel in academics. With the new school year already taking place this year at CHS are proving their academics skills as many students are not only enrolled in the most rigorous CHS classes but also enrolled in the Claremont Consortium college classes. ...

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