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Clark Speech and Debate Takes First

February 19, 2019 11:38pm | Erin Keene

Clark High School’s Speech and Debate team took first place overall at the Panther Classic Tournament at Palo Verde High School. At the competition, the team earned more awards than in any other tournament this season. Eight students placed in varsity speech events, and they […]

Suicide Awareness

February 8, 2019 12:14am | Elisia Hurley

Between August and December of this year alone, there have been seventeen suicides across the Clark County School District. This is a significant increase from the entirety of last year, where CCSD saw eleven suicides. With this dramatic rise, we have decided to remind and […]

Clark Speech and Debate Excels in Arizona Tournament

January 28, 2019 12:14am | Erin Keene

Over winter break, Clark’s Speech and Debate team competed in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication Invitational at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. The team placed in three events and four varsity team members earned entry into famous national tournaments taking place this […]

Twelfth Night- A Traditional Play with a Local Twist

December 19, 2018 2:17am | Erin Keene

The theater department had their second outstanding play this year with the production of a shortened version of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. This traditional play was brought to life with a large cast, the first this year to include freshmen, and a huge modern twist on […]

Mid90’s: A Study in Adolescence

November 10, 2018 6:27pm | Evan Crosby

Jonah Hill’s directorial debut proves to be a shining star among first films. Declining the studio budgeting that a well-established star such as Hill could have received, the director, rather, opted to take a more stripped-down route, instead crafting something that one could consider a […]

The Aftermath of the No Vote on Question 3

November 8, 2018 6:15pm | Evan Crosby

Clark County School District has long mulled over the pros and cons of separating themselves from the bounds of the NV Energy monopoly in the same fashion that powerhouses in the Las Vegas area such as Switch, MGM, and Caesars have already done. Earlier in […]

Almost Maine- A Great Start for Clark’s Theater

November 6, 2018 4:10pm | Erin Keene

Clark’s theater department put on an excellent fall play in October centered around the theme of falling in and out of love.  Almost, Maine, a play by John Cariani, is made of nine short scenes that bring the audience on a journey following 10 couples […]

The Merits of Membean

November 2, 2018 1:39am | Richard Park

As students are assigned increasingly large amounts of schoolwork over the past month, several students have admitted that Membean is actually a waste of time. “All you learn is how to talk big words,” says John Wherry. “It’s stupid and students could be spending their […]

Chargers Soccer on the Road to State

November 1, 2018 7:42pm | Sofia Bermudez

Last Tuesday, the Clark boy’s soccer team beat Southeast CTA in the quarterfinals for a spot in the Desert region semifinals. The Chargers were victorious over the Road Runners, with scores from Captain Jacob Solis and Abraham Dolley. “We all not only played strong physically, […]

The Stigma Around UNLV- Deserved, or Misunderstood?

October 9, 2018 11:49pm | Raymond Nassiry

For many of us in high school who have decided that college is our next step, where we go can be a tough decision. From expensive tuitions, out-of-state complications, and admission difficulties, every college seems like it has so many pros and so many cons. […]