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The littering sign outside of the library facing Indian Hill

Trashing CHS: a litter of inconsiderate peers

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter November 19, 2021

It's a grim scene. School lunch trays left stacked all over the stairs, completely abandoned. Some of the trays are blown across the center quad while others are held down by the uneaten apple slices and...

Detrimental? I think yes

Lisa Yi, Reporter November 19, 2021

iPads, one of the multiple sources of technology used in our daily lives, have taken up most of our class times in Claremont High School. From classes ranging from art to calculus, iPads are being used...

Art courtesy of Victor Alvarez

Second Thoughts about IB: Is the diploma worth the extra stress?

Ben Chapman, Reporter November 19, 2021

The International Baccalaureate program has been at CHS for over a decade by now, providing students with opportunities for more rigorous academic activity. In contrast to other similarly rigorous courses...

HOCO tickets are LOCO: an analysis of dance ticket prices

Isha Raheja and Anna Jiang November 19, 2021

Obscene prices and mysterious spending are the two things on everyone’s mind when it comes to last month’s Homecoming. Over the course of four years, hoco ticket prices have changed immensely, from...

Sophmore President Ian Ho working on float.

Seniors floats to first place; is it rigged?

Carson Paul, Isabelle Shie, Lisa Yi, and Ben Chapman November 19, 2021

Senior: ( this message was provided by the wolfpacket since seniors did not have the guts to give their opinion). The float judging is rigged, but who cares? Seniors always win because it's their last...

Classrooms in the fall are too cool for school

Mayo Ou, Reporter October 29, 2021

When thinking about fall at CHS, a couple words can come to mind: Freezing-cold classrooms. Students should never walk into a fully air-conditioned classroom when the temperature outside is already cool. ...

TikToks Impact on Teen Psychology

TikTok’s Impact on Teen Psychology

Frida Garcia, Reporter October 29, 2021

It is like an episode of “The Twilight Zone;” kids all across the country following the same acts of havoc for no apparent reason. From vandalizing high school bathrooms to smacking teachers, the trends...

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Witnessing the Rainbow in all it’s Glory

John Warren, Reporter October 29, 2021

Mankind has been around for millennia, inventing such trivial things like hospitals and the public school system. However, no single invention compares to the magnum opus of humanity: “Skittles Commercial:...

245 years later, the American Dream is still thriving

245 years later, the American Dream is still thriving

Lucas Grannis, Reporter October 29, 2021

The phrase “the rich get richer and the poor get poorer” has been repeated so frequently by political figures that many just believe it without question. After all, watching politicians from both sides...

Plants or students, a struggle for water equality

Carson Paul, Reporter October 29, 2021

It was hot at CHS, just like any other day. The sun was burning all the cross-country kids on the track, the children of the volleyball team were dying from heat in the gym, and Carson Paul, a CHS sophomore,...

How the health experts failed us

Lucas Grannis, Reporter September 24, 2021

Throughout the global pandemic, Americans have been told by health experts to “Follow the Science.” But what does that actually mean? Scientific truth is never settled, and the history of science is...

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A bird-brained marketing strategy; KFC needs to stop.

John Warren, Reporter September 24, 2021

KFC spends $100 million a year on marketing. A large slice of that pot-pie goes to their research and development team, who concoct such great ideas as “I Love You, Colonel Sanders! A Finger Lickin’...

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