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Claremont Faculty Association Honors Bilderback with Award

Claremont Faculty Association Honors Bilderback with Award

Isabelle Allison, Reporter

April 25, 2016


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Those who choose teaching as an occupation do so out of complete devotion to help others learn, grow, and thrive within the classroom. Although teachers do not expect any form of additional compensation for their hard work and dedication, it does not mean that there are not teachers who deserve it. With...

SeaWorld Finally Saves the Beloved Orcas

James Jung, Reporter

April 25, 2016


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On March 17, SeaWorld announced that it will stop all orca shows and end any further breeding. These statements came from CEO Joel Manby after news that the infamous whale who drowned his trainer in 2010, Tilikum, was ill. Due to the negative publicity that the documentary “Blackfish” created surrounding...

New Policy Rezones Claremont Schools

Dorothy Gadsby, Reporter

April 25, 2016


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On Feb. 18, 2015, a new proposal for the remapping of the prior school district’s map was laid out during a board meeting. Headed by assistant superintendent Mike Bateman, the plan is supposed to get rid of pocket boundaries that the current map includes. There have been several students who have...

The Expansion of STEM at CHS Allows Students to Gain Experience

Isabella Cisneros, Online Editor, Reporter

April 25, 2016


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The essential factors that have helped the U.S. and many other countries to flourish are advancements in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). By getting an education in these subjects, students are being prepared to enter a job market that is driven by these fields. California holds...

Students at CHS Become Politically Active in Bernie Sanders’ Campaign

Students at CHS Become Politically Active in Bernie Sanders’ Campaign

Kamran Curlin, Reporter

March 25, 2016


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With only about 60% of 18-24 year-old Americans voting in the 2012 presidential election, America has had a voting problem. However, thanks to clubs like CHS for Bernie, young people all over America are starting to have a renewed interest in voting. Taking political action is extremely important for...

CHS Finally Set to Install Gender Neutral Bathrooms on Campus

Isabella Cisneros, Online Editor, Reporter

March 25, 2016


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Gender-neutral restrooms have long been considered a social rights issue for those who identify as transgender, genderqueer, or outside of the gender binary. They are a part of the goal to end discrimination against people of any gender identity, and recently, it was announced that a unisex restroom...

Making Change Essay Winners: Antona, Poy, and Kathuria

Dorothy Gadsby, Reporter

March 25, 2016


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For 26 years, the City of Claremont has been holding a scholastic essay competition, called “Making Change,” to honor Martin Luther King Jr. and other victorious leaders who made change in society and implemented social justice. Students in CUSD or children who are residents of Claremont are...

WASC Accredits CHS

Will DePrez, Reporter

March 25, 2016


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On Feb. 29, March 1, and March 2, the WASC Accreditation Visit conducted by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) appraised the educational purposes of CHS. The WASC visit entailed close observations of classes and campus programs, interviews with students and faculty members, and examination...

CUSD Receives Golden Bell Award

James Jung, Reporter

March 25, 2016


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CUSD is proud to have received the Golden Bell Award, an award for academic success, for the third time. The Golden Bell Award, which is sponsored each year by the California School Boards Association, recognizes extraordinary programs that are offered either in school districts or County Boards of Education....

Every Fifteen Minutes

Every Fifteen Minutes

Arianna Moss, Editor-in-Chief

March 23, 2016


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During the Every Fifteen Minutes program at Claremont High School on March 23, junior and senior students watched a simulated car crash caused by a drunk driver. First responders reported to the scene on Indian Hill Boulevard to care for the injured and deceased students. Senior John Bifone was prono...

Growing Anti-Islamic Sentiment Negatively Affects Students at CHS

Growing Anti-Islamic Sentiment Negatively Affects Students at CHS

Ohana Durantes, Reporter

February 23, 2016


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Recent events such as the Paris attacks, San Bernardino shooting, and other terrorist attacks that ISIS has claimed responsibility for have contributed to the rise of anti-Islamic sentiment not only in the U.S., but the world as well. Anti-Islamic sentiment or Islamophobia is discrimination, intolerance,...

Mittman’s Enviromental Science Students Redesign 600 Quad

Mittman’s Enviromental Science Students Redesign 600 Quad

Isabella Cisneros, Online Editor, Reporter

February 23, 2016


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Fifteen years after its last renovation, the 600 quad of CHS is facing major reconstruction this year. The goal is to provide sustainability and to create a more accessible and comfortable environment for its Special Education residents. The renovation plan was devised by CHS’s own AP Environmental...

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