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Las Vegas is building the Raiders a stadium! So, who’s paying for it?

May 3, 2018 2:54am | Shan Reddy

The Raiders held a groundbreaking ceremony last November to celebrate the first big step in the NFL team’s relocation to Las Vegas. The ceremony started just after sunset – attendees included Raiders Hall of Fame players, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Raiders owner Mark Davis, state […]

Jennifer Glezen, Olivia Lee elected FBLA state officers, team places 1st overall

April 23, 2018 4:00pm | Shan Reddy

When Jennifer Glezen stepped into her first Future Business Leaders of America meeting two years ago, she could tell there was something different about the club. She’d been in competitive clubs before at Clark, including DECA, Science Olympiad, and Varsity Quiz, but FBLA had something […]

Golden Knights Fever Is Sweeping the Nation as Vegas Routs Kings 4-0

April 19, 2018 4:05pm | Patrick Keene

On April 17th, 2018, the Vegas Golden Knights defeated the Los Angeles Kings 1-0 to sweep the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. While it is impressive for any team to sweep another team – to win all of the games in a round […]

“Black Panther” movie review: Make social equality a reality, or wait for it to happen?

April 9, 2018 3:57pm | Caitlyn Coloma

It’s rare for any series to make consistently quality movies for more than a sequel. When the Lord of the Rings pulled off three, it was historic. When Harry Potter accomplished seven, it was entirely unprecedented. On February 16, 2018, Marvel Studios released its eighteenth […]

Three Clark players named to LVRJ’s 2018 All-State Boys Basketball Team

April 3, 2018 1:53pm | Shan Reddy

The Las Vegas Review Journal announced its annual 2018 All-State Boys Basketball Team Saturday, and three Clark Chargers made the list. Junior Jalen Hill was named to the first team, an honor given to only six total players statewide. Hill averaged 16.2 points, 4.1 rebounds, […]

Clark alum Jimmy Kimmel hosts eventful 2018 Oscars, highlights

April 2, 2018 12:13am | Evan Crosby

Deep into the third quarter of the school year – competition season for many of the school’s major activities, as well as the final weeks before AP exams – it’s becoming increasingly tough to keep up with the world of pop culture. On March 4th, […]

Clark places fourth overall at speech and debate county championships

March 20, 2018 4:07pm | Shivam Saran

I affirm the following resolution: Resolved: Clark’s Speech and Debate team is one of the best in Vegas. Last weekend, students from across Vegas competed in the Golden Desert District’s annual County Speech and Debate Tournament. Led by club president Manushri Desai and advisors Robin […]

500+ Clark students walk out to protest gun legislation and honor Parkland shooting victims

March 20, 2018 3:58pm | Shivam Saran

Today, I witnessed something I’ve never quite seen before at Ed W. Clark High School: complete silence. I watched anxiously as every student and every teacher stood in complete silence. I froze as a grave sense of sorrow resonated through our souls for what seemed […]

Clark alumnus Lyle Carrera speaks at People’s March in Washington DC

February 5, 2018 4:31pm | Shan Reddy

This past weekend, Johns Hopkins freshman and Clark AMSAT graduate Lyle Carrera delivered a speech at the People’s March in Washington DC. Attended by thousands of demonstrators, the march was a symbol of national mobilization and citizen activism. Carrera, who is studying public health at […]

Clark Science Olympiad cracks top ten at UC Berkeley Golden Gate Invitational

February 2, 2018 6:01pm | Shan Reddy

Clark’s Science Olympiad team headed to San Francisco this past weekend for the Golden Gate Science Olympiad (GGSO) Invitational at UC Berkeley on 1/27. The team was coming off of a successful run at the MIT SO Invitational the previous weekend, with a 17th overall […]