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What’s Going on with Senior Sunrise?

September 10, 2020 2:11pm | Antonio Mosby

Senior year is the culmination of all of our necessary schooling, and for many, represents a step towards maturity and adulthood. Senior sunrises are a tradition to welcome this step, marking the beginning of the end of high school. As the name indicates, the sunrise […]

Chargers Defend District Chess Championship

March 13, 2020 4:58pm | David Teklea

On January 21st, Clark’s chess team defended their champion title and won 1st place in the district chess tournament at A-TECH High School.  Led by advisor Mr. Vigrass, the team of Maxx Tandon, Diego Santiago, Kian Samra, Edwin Ma, and Ojas Kadam defeated Coronado in […]

Governor Sisolak declares state of emergency as COVID-19 spread prompts CCSD extracurricular suspensions

March 13, 2020 1:48am | Jaiden Reddy

At a conference on Thursday, Nevada governor Steve Sisolak declared a state of emergency in regards to the recent domestic and international spread of COVID-19. “Declaring a state of emergency, while certainly a mark of the seriousness with which we are taking this effort, is […]

Varsity Quiz Dominating the Local Competition

March 11, 2020 5:16pm | David Teklea

Here at Clark, clubs like Science Olympiad and DECA are the go-to for many students trying to improve their college applications. Compared to these clubs, smaller alternatives are often seen as less important.  But not Varsity Quiz.  Despite its small size and the number of […]

Survey shows over half of Clark staff dissatisfied with new administration, parents and students speak out

December 10, 2019 3:00pm | Jaiden Reddy, Richard Park, Shaan Majid

Since the start of the 2019-2020 school year at Ed W. Clark High School, a series of school policies implemented by our new principal have altered how our school functions. With a change in administration, new policies are common. However, as we near the end […]

District upgrades Clark wi-fi, increasing coverage and bandwidth

November 12, 2019 2:50pm | Dylan Patel

For years, Clark High School students have dealt with inconsistent, low-quality Wi-Fi coverage in many parts of the school. Hallways, especially the 400’s, have become notorious for unusable Wi-Fi. Students are often forced to use their mobile data to turn in assignments, and teachers occasionally […]

Clark Speech and Debate enters new season

October 24, 2019 3:38pm | Rishabh Saran

After more than a decade under the lead of Mrs.Brown, Clark Speech and Debate has recently had a coaching shift. The team is now under the wings of Ms.Sarver, a fresh change to its course. Despite having just started, her ambition and eagerness have disseminated […]

Boy’s basketball starts new season

October 23, 2019 3:47pm | Elisia Hurley

The boy’s basketball team is beginning the new season with some bumps after the loss of some excellent players and an amazing coach. Last school year, our team had an impressive 25-6 record. They were ranked 2nd in all of Nevada and 85th nationally. However, […]

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 […]

Science Olympiad starts new seaason

October 21, 2019 4:00pm | Caitlyn Coloma

Last Thursday, Clark Science Olympiad held its first official team meeting of the season. After a three-week period of tryouts including over sixty prospective students, the club’s members were excited to get started on their new year. Tryouts are run as closely to real tournaments […]