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Shooting for gold, HOSA drives competition and community at Clark

October 29, 2017 5:28pm | Grace Wang

Nearly sixty excited students buzz inside of a small science classroom, the door of the room barely closing to accommodate the horde of kids. At the front of the room, senior Vincent Pan waits patiently for the last latecomers to file in – he begins […]

Clark student named Siemens research competition semifinalist

October 18, 2017 7:40pm | Shan Reddy, Editor-in-Chief

Clark senior Andy Wang was named a semifinalist in the Siemens Foundation Competition in Math, Science, and Technology. The Siemens Foundation posted a list of 491 semifinalists online yesterday morning. The Siemens Competition is one of the most competitive research competitions available to high school […]

Imagine Dragons performs at Clark for VH1 Save the Music grant presentation

October 12, 2017 3:02am | Ammie Wang, Staff Writer

The rumors are true. On Thursday, September 21st, Imagine Dragons did indeed make an appearance at our very own Clark High School. Shortly before performing at the world-renowned Life is Beautiful festival in Downtown Las Vegas from September 22 through 24, this band of locals-turned-rockstars […]

Chargers – Stay #VEGASSTRONG

October 4, 2017 4:13pm | Charger Chant Staff

On Sunday, October 1st, 2017, Stephen Paddock, a domestic terrorist, wreaked havoc on innocent concertgoers at the Route-91 Country Music Festival, killing 59 and injured over 500 when he opened fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino. The horrific shooting […]

Editorial Cartoon: College App Season

October 4, 2017 4:08pm | Grace Wang

by Grace Wang Every fall, seniors everywhere enter the dreaded college application season, an annual timeslot of pain, procrastination, self-promotion, and hopefully, self-validation.                                 by Grace Wang Every fall, seniors […]

Meet Clark’s Newest Spanish Teacher: Ms. Duncan

September 27, 2017 3:25pm | Jaiden Reddy

After longtime Spanish teacher Ms. Reed moved last year, many of us wondered who would fill her place in the language department. Enter Profé Amanda Duncan, a new, exciting addition to the Charger language arts team. And so far, Mrs. Duncan’s first five weeks have […]

UNLV Football Loses to OSU En Route to an Up-and-Down Season

September 26, 2017 4:11am | Sean Golonka

Update, October 10: UNLV has since defeated San Jose State 41-13 (Sept. 30) and lost to San Diego State 41-10 (Oct. 7). In its 40 years of existence, the UNLV football team has been to a bowl game just three times (four if you count […]

Clark Science Olympiad Prepares for National Tournaments Ahead

September 26, 2017 3:50am | Patrick Keene

Science Olympiad is back in full swing as Clark looks to defend its 2016-2017 state championship and emulate the immense success of years past. Led by presidents Shan Reddy and Alisha Yi alongside club advisors Mr. Miller and Ms. Erickson, the Clark Science Olympiad team […]

How to Procrastinate and Succeed Doing It (Humor)

September 20, 2017 4:14pm | Ammie Wang

Don’t procrastinate or you’ll start to fall behind.  Once you fall behind, your grades slip.  Once your grades slip, you lose sight of graduation.  Once you lose sight of graduation, you lose hope for employment. BAM – fast forward twenty years – you’re wrestling yesterday’s […]

Clark plays lights out in homecoming football game

September 19, 2017 4:10pm | Shan Reddy

The Clark Chargers football team decisively defeated Desert Oasis 36-0 in Friday’s homecoming football game. With strong performances from juniors Isaiah Bigby and Isaiah Veal, the Chargers played lights out. Literally. Six and a half minutes into the fourth quarter, the field’s power went out. […]