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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. […]

Clark’s New English Teacher: Mrs. Jones

October 9, 2018 11:29pm | Elisia Hurley

Clark High School’s English department has an exciting new teacher to look forward to: Mrs. Zakeisha Jones. Mrs. Jones teaches English 11, but doesn’t think of her classroom as any normal class. She considers all of her students “honorary students who have scholarly discussions inside […]

Clark Breaks State Record Again with 25 National Merit Semifinalists

September 26, 2018 4:46am | Jaiden Reddy

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced this year’s semifinalists in the second round of the National Merit Scholarship. These students qualified as Semifinalists through their performance on the PSAT/NSMQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying test) taken in high school students’ junior year.  Clark High School’s […]

1 Dead in Canyon Springs High School Shooting

September 12, 2018 5:36pm | Jaiden Reddy

An 18 year old student was shot and killed on campus at Canyon Springs High School on Tuesday, according to North Las Vegas Police. The shooting occurred on the northwest corner of campus near Alexander Road and 5th street. The Las Vegas police reported receiving […]

Is College Really Necessary?

September 10, 2018 6:58pm | Raymond Nassiry

Should everyone go to college? As high schoolers preparing for our future, this question is extremely important to us. From preschool to twelfth grade, we come into school every morning, sit in class, do our homework, and repeat. This has been a given for us […]