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This category is dedicated to all opinion-based articles on the Charger Chant.

OPINION: Clark’s New Gold: A Move Against Student Representation

October 22, 2019 3:19pm | Richard Park

From our fight song to our school spirit, Clark High School has always been one thing: bold. Since Clark’s founding, our school mascot has always united us.  This year, Clark’s true school colors were stripped from our mascot, painted over in the halls, and erased […]

SATIRE: Clark’s Graffiti Problem: A Vital Recommendation

October 17, 2019 4:02pm | Anonymous

Earlier this year, the administration decided to finally take a stand against what is likely the greatest issue facing Clark today: the blurred, incomprehensible graffiti that can be found in our school bathrooms.  They removed our mirrors. And I, for one, applaud them for this […]

SATIRE: A Guide on Argumentation, by a Speech and Debate Champion

August 30, 2019 1:38am | Richard Park

Here are 5 ways you can blow someone out of the water in a heated debate: Use the question “Are you stupid?” When you are losing the upper hand and your opponent’s points actually make sense, gently state “are you stupid?” before you offer your […]

The Dangers of Late-Term Abortion Legalization

April 16, 2019 3:27am | Richard Park

I was 11 or 12 when I stumbled across it – to my dismay. I was assigned a 6th English project to write an argumentative essay on any contentious topic, and after a Google search for ideas, I stumbled across the topic no one likes […]

Cinnaholic is on a Roll

April 16, 2019 1:53am | Angelyn Celis

Cinnaholic, an award-winning gourmet cinnamon roll bakery, has made an appearance in Las Vegas. What started as a Shark Tank episode has now become a famous franchise with three locations in Las Vegas. Cinnaholic continuously attracts the attention of many who happen to be near […]

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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

The Great Time Tradeoff: Watching Mainstream Movies

August 31, 2017 7:38pm | Victor Calderon

Now when doing anything in life you give up something to gain something else in return (for those in economics, think of ‘opportunity costs’). For example, if I sit down and watch a movie for three hours I give up my opportunities to go do […]