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Chargers Take First Win of the Season

October 29, 2018 5:20pm | Antonio Mosby Jr.

Clark’s Varsity football team ended it’s thirteen game losing streak in Thursday’s conference game at Desert Oasis. The Chargers were down in the first quarter 14-0, but we made an impressive comeback with three touchdowns in the second quarter. Knowing the game was the Desert […]

Clark JV Football Wins Against Spring Valley

September 24, 2018 7:43pm | Jaiden Reddy

The Charger JV football team dominated their Spring Valley opponent in Thursday’s home non-conference game with a score of 55-22. The Chargers were led by their quarterback Aaron Holcomb, who threw an incredible 7 touchdowns to bring the team to victory. Spring Valley’s offense was […]

School of Infantry, Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base, CA

August 7, 2018 8:06pm | Charger’s Public Affair Department

Great achievement from our great young men and women!   On Saturday, July 28, the Devil Pups 2nd increment graduated some 300 young men and women from all over the West Coast, making a new generation of leaders! Devil Pups is a non-profit organization designed […]

New green growth at Clark: the Common School Partnership

November 24, 2017 9:22pm | Krystal Robinson

The word growth in high school tends to be associated with mental and personal growth, but it’s taking on even more meaning through a new class offering at Clark. It’s official registered title is “Common School Partnership,” and called “Gardening” by the students. Ms. Thayer […]

Clark Sets State Record with 23 National Merit Semifinalists

September 15, 2017 2:31pm | Patrick Keene

The National Merit Corporation has announced the semifinalists in its second round of the National Merit Scholarship. Students were selected based on their scores on the PSAT/NMSQT test taken in eleventh grade – this year’s cutoff was a composite score of 217. Clark High School’s […]

Editorial: CCSD Budget Deficit Disaster

September 7, 2017 5:05am | Ammie Wang, Shan Reddy

According to a statement issued yesterday, our Clark County School District currently has a deficit of around $43 million. How did this happen? District representatives claim they came short because this year’s government funding allocation wasn’t nearly as much as they had expected. An end-of-year […]

Running Rebels Basketball on the Upswing

September 1, 2017 4:59am | Sean Golonka

Over the past few years, the UNLV basketball program has been, well, a mess. Last year, it had an overall 11-21 record, ending at 4-14 in the conference. The Runnin’ Rebels haven’t made the annual NCAA March Madness tournament since 2013. They haven’t won the […]

The New Faces of Clark NJROTC

September 1, 2017 3:17am | Nicholas Pinal

The Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps, or NJROTC, is a program with a rich history at Clark. As one of the school’s largest organizations, ROTC students are involved in activities such as orienteering, drill competitions, and marksmanship. As an affiliate of the US Armed […]

College Application Season is Upon Us (Humor)

August 31, 2017 3:56pm | Ammie Wang

It’s the most wonderful time of the year.  No, not Christmas.  Not any other non-denominational winter celebration.  Not even that stupid holiday that we doubt the legitimacy of but don’t ask questions about since it gives us a three day weekend.  I’m talking about college […]

CHANTRANT: Modern Movie Offenses

August 31, 2017 3:39pm | Victor Calderon

I’d honestly rather not talk about this. I mean really, I love movies, but after the past few years, I can’t help it. Here are a few movie offenses that plague my mind ANY time I watch a movie – modern horror movies in particular. […]