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Smashing victory for boys’ basketball leading up to tournament

Katia Dahmani, Print Editor-in-Chief

December 13, 2017

Opponent: Delta High School   Location: Delta   Final score: 91-22, Cavs’ win   High scorer: Senior Reggie Fan with 29 points.   Defensive triumph: The Cavs limited the Delta Saints to only 4 points in the first quarter...

Chomp away for charity – CLSU raises hundreds for Breakthrough through taco-eating contest (slideshow included)

Chomp away for charity – CLSU raises hundreds for Breakthrough through taco-eating contest (slideshow included)

December 10, 2017

UPDATE ON UC EDUCATIONS: Despite welcome changes, international students say program still needs tweaking

UPDATE ON UC EDUCATIONS: Despite welcome changes, international students say program still needs tweaking

December 8, 2017

High schoolers excited to perform five one-act plays

High schoolers excited to perform five one-act plays

December 7, 2017

SPOTLIGHT ON HARASSMENT: SCDS mothers at Capitol say ‘Enough,’ sign protest letter with 140 outraged women

SPOTLIGHT ON HARASSMENT: SCDS mothers at Capitol say ‘Enough,’ sign protest letter with 140 outraged women

December 6, 2017

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Chomp away for charity – CLSU raises hundreds for Breakthrough through taco-eating contest (slideshow included)

Kristine Schmitz, Reporter

December 10, 2017

Junior Nate Jakobs came in first in a taco-eating contest sponsored by the Chican@ Latin@ Student Union (CLSU) on Dec. 8, downing seven tacos in  1 minute 30 seconds. Junior Yelin Mao c...

THE JAKE LONGORIA PODCAST: It’s Nutcracker Season again for ballerino sophomore

THE JAKE LONGORIA PODCAST: It’s Nutcracker Season again for ballerino sophomore

December 9, 2017

International students remember the wackiest stories in their ESL textbooks

International students remember the wackiest stories in their ESL textbooks

December 4, 2017

FRESHMAN FOCUS: Nicole Wolkov, ’17, attends speeches by international diplomats at George Washington University

FRESHMAN FOCUS: Nicole Wolkov, ’17, attends speeches by international diplomats at George Washington University

November 30, 2017

Surviving a lightning strike: metal umbrella, tree save ceramics teacher from literally electrifying experience

Surviving a lightning strike: metal umbrella, tree save ceramics teacher from literally electrifying experience

November 26, 2017

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THE SKINNY: Senior discovers life-threatening golf hazards other than sand traps

Sonja Hansen, Print Editor-in-Chief

December 11, 2017

OK, Andy Weir’s ‘Artemis’ isn’t ‘The Martian,” but it’s charming, witty and filled with fascinating science

Allison Zhang, Design Chief

December 7, 2017

MY ANGLE: Runners aren’t the only ones exhausted by marathon races

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Runners in the California International Marathon.

Chardonnay Needler, Online Editor-in-Chief

December 4, 2017

MY ANGLE: iOS 11 creates more problems than it solves

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The new control center after the iOS 11 update.

Ming Zhu, Reporter

December 4, 2017

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Staff Profile
Sahej Claire
Sahej Claire

Online Editor-in-Chief

Senior Sahej Claire prides herself on being (almost) unhealthily obsessed with books and reading even when she doesn’t have time. She enjoys rowing fo...

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