An Editor in Chief’s Adieu

By: Saffron Sener | Editor in Chief May 22, 2017 For a long time, I rebuked this paper. As its current, yet soon-departing, Editor in Chief, I always loved the class and I always defended […]

Summer: A Time for Learning?

By: Meghan Serceki | Opinion Editor May 23, 2017 I know that at the end of the year, all teachers urge their students not to forget everything they’ve learned and ask that you study a […]

Resist the Toll Road: How a Toll Leads to Tolls

By: Hayden Koerner | Opinion Editor May 24, 2017 From irreversible destruction of our environment to diminishing opportunities for future San Clemente High School teachers, students, and athletes, there are countless reasons why you need to be […]

How Free is Freedom of Speech?

By: Chloe Rudnicki | News Editor May 5, 2017 Stephen Colbert, an alum of the massively popular Daily Show, is an established opponent of Donald Trump. His late night talk show runs rampant with insults […]

A World Run by Advertisement

By: Darren DiMarco | Writer April 13, 2017 The power and influence of companies over people’s lives is at an all time high as their tendrils extend further into the Internet. A week ago, on […]

An Inconvenient Scientific Fact

By, Meghan Serceki | Opinion Editor January 31, 2017 During his first week in office, Trump upset many environmentalists by signing an executive order pushing the Dakota Access Pipeline through, removing any information on climate […]

The Women’s March

By: Gavin Kelleher | Writer January 27, 2017 On January 21st, 2017 over a million people all across the world joined together with a clamoring voice demanding recognition. Sparked from the discontent of the recent […]

A Small Town of 66,000

By: Saffron Sener | Editor in Chief January 23, 2017 A well-timed observation can spark epiphanies. This is something I’m sure everyone is more than familiar with; when certain details are brought to one’s attention, […]

The Fake News Epidemic

By: Chloe Rudnicki |News Editor January 25, 2017 Republics are reliant on the people. An uninformed public is likely to make decisions capable of causing chaos and confusion deadly to a “free” society. Therefore, information […]

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