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The Deadliest Pandemic in History: Stories from the 1918 Spanish Flu

The Deadliest Pandemic in History: Stories from the 1918 Spanish Flu

March 25, 2020

In the midst of the current quarantine, with the infected and death counts rising everyday, it can be hard to keep positive. Yet a little more than 100 years ago, a massive influenza outbreak shook the world. It was the deadliest pandemic in history, infecting a third of the world's population and killing...

International Surfers take over the podium at the North Shore in the 2020 Volcom Pipe Pro

International Surfers take over the podium at the North Shore in the 2020 Volcom Pipe Pro

Toby Jackson, Guest Reporter

March 20, 2020

Hello, CHS. I am a 2019 grad of CHS and I am currently taking a gap year before attending Boston University this fall. I will study finance and computer science and I will be on the swim team competing for BU. Currently, I am spending a couple of months on the north shore of Oahu doing an internship...

Petterson Museum celebrates Japanese art and culture

Petterson Museum celebrates Japanese art and culture

Trinity Forsyth and Stephen Nazareth

March 13, 2020

The life and culture that is art is a part of what makes Claremont so unique. With monuments and museums around town, Claremont is a city covered in history. As of Feb. 21, 2020, there is a new exhibit opening up in the Petterson Museum within the streets of Pilgrim Place. This new exhibition displays...

Recap: “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime”

Recap: “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime”

Meghan Mason, Reporter

March 11, 2020

Fairy lights shimmered against a dark backdrop on the stage of the CHS Theatre on Feb. 27, 28, and 29. As the lights dimmed, the CHS production of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime” began to unfold. The play was brilliantly and believably acted by its four leads: Dillon Lopez, Shawn...

Coed 4×400-meter relay hurdles tradition as a new event

Coed 4×400-meter relay hurdles tradition as a new event

Ady Bolinger, Reporter

February 26, 2020

With such controversy surrounding gender-separated sports in today’s day and age, one may be left wondering what progress society has made to create sporting events more inclusive. The world of sports, from the professional level to the high school one, has taken a step forward via the addition of...

Varsity basketball falls to Colony

Varsity basketball falls to Colony

Hana Hashioka, Reporter

February 26, 2020

On Feb. 4, 2020, Claremont Boys’ Varsity Basketball endured a tough loss to the Colony High School Titans for their last home game of the season. An exceptionally large crowd of fans attended to celebrate the seniors at their senior night. The Pack’s five starters were seniors Jacob Lopez, Frank...

Remembering Kobe Bryant: forever live the Mamba Mentality

Remembering Kobe Bryant: forever live the Mamba Mentality

Stephen Nazareth and Meghan Mason

February 26, 2020

‘Everything negative — pressure, challenges — is all an opportunity for me to rise.” —Kobe Bryant The tragic helicopter crash killing Kobe Bryant, his daughter, and seven other people on January 26th, was a stark reminder of how fragile life really is. Bryant joined the Los Angeles Lakers...

America’s sexual education “system” is astonishingly vapid

Angelo Thomas, Reporter

February 20, 2020

What do Issac Newton, Adolf Hitler, and Mother Terresa have in common? All three died virgins. But for the rest of us, sex is likely to be a bigger part of our adolecent and adult lives than we are comfortable admitting . In fact, the Kinsey Institute says the average American will first engage in sexual...

New district attorney to influence entire US

New district attorney to influence entire US

Angelo Thomas, Reporter

February 20, 2020

In our current high-tension political atmosphere, people seem to be realizing that local elections can have just as much of an effect on their communities as presidential elections. Smaller elections, which once flew under most people’s radar, have become battlegrounds for competing ideologies. This...

CHS students and staff; here for the queer

CHS students and staff; here for the queer

Ady Bolinger, Reporter

February 20, 2020

Walking down the halls of any high school, one is likely to hear the words, “No homo!” or, “If you’re wearing socks it’s not gay!” Hearing these phrases and the stigma surrounding the LGBTQ+ community can make high school a very terrifying and unaccepting place for queer students. On top...

In view of reports, is panic over the coronavirus necessary?

Stephen Nazareth, Reporter

February 20, 2020

With the start of a new decade in 2020, many were wondering what the years ahead would bring. Just a few days into January, the internet was ablaze with discussions about a possible third World War over increased U.S. tensions with Iran. Towards the end of January, just as the remnants of that conversation...

Cuisine of Claremont – a special on Claremont Cones

Cuisine of Claremont – a special on Claremont Cones

Eden Yu, Assistant Editor-In-Chief

February 20, 2020

Move over, Baskin Robbins — Claremont Cones is in town. Opened a little over three months ago by next-door’s Round Table Pizza owner, Max Zed, Claremont Cones has been bustling with customers since its grand opening. After the retirement of the former Baskin Robbins owner and the succeeding closing...

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