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This category is dedicated to all the current events at Clark High School.

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’s sweeps Academic World Quest competition at Vegas PBS, headed to DC

March 7, 2018 5:06pm | Shan Reddy

This past weekend, three teams of four competed at the annual Academic World Quest competition held at Vegas PBS. The event is sponsored by the World Affairs Councils of America, which holds 43 state competitions nationwide each year. Each spring, the winners of each local […]

Freshman NJROTC cadets complete week-long training at Camp Pendleton

February 8, 2018 12:50am |

Every year, a select number of highly motivated first year NJROTC cadets give up a week to attend basic leadership training in the middle of winter at Camp Pendleton, California Cadets stay in WWII era lodgings at Camp Talega’s Quonset Huts, famous for being a […]

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 […]

A student’s guide to the US federal government shutdown of 2018

January 31, 2018 4:53pm | Cristian Buenoventura, Avery Fernandez

“The US government federal government shutdown of 2018 began at midnight on Saturday, January 20, 2018, and ended on the evening of Monday, January 22.” A daunting sentence for the American people. But what exactly does it mean? What happened, and why? A government shutdown […]

Clark’s Science Olympiad team exceeds expectations at Boston MIT invitational

January 30, 2018 4:39pm | Patrick Keene

The Clark Science Olympiad team traveled to Boston to compete in the annual Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) invitational tournament on January 20, featuring the top teams in the nation. Considered by many the most competitive tournament in the nation, even possibly topping the national […]

Underclassmen shine at Temecula Science Olympiad Tournament

January 22, 2018 4:47pm | Patrick Keene

On January 13th, the Clark Science Olympiad team competed at the Grand Oaks High School Invitational Tournament in Temecula, California. Led by Mr. Viggato and Mrs. Ward, Clark’s C and D teams spent three days in Cali before competing on Saturday. Though 28 out of […]

Clark speech and debate novices shine at ASU invitational

January 16, 2018 4:59pm | Shan Reddy

This past weekend, Clark’s Speech and Debate team competed at the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication Invitational Tournament at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. Twenty-one Clark students competed from January 5th to 7th. In varsity dramatic interpretation, club president Manushri Desai was a […]

Introducing Vegas’ newest pro sports team: LV Lights FC

January 9, 2018 5:01pm | Krystal Robinson

After a special ceremony on Aug. 11, 2017 by the United Soccer League (USL), Las Vegas had something new to cheer about. The USL granted Las Vegas an official, professional soccer team, whose name was chosen by popular vote on VegasProSoccer.com on August 28, and […]