2021 Triton Football: rough so far

Jack Hagen | Sports Editor September 23, 2021 This season has not gone quite as planned for the Triton football team so far. After a decisive opening win against Oceanside, beating them 34-0, the team […]

Chick-fil-A vs Cane’s: which is better?

Nicolle Generaux | Arts and Entertainment Editor September 24, 2021 There is no question that Chick-fil-A is a favorite fast-food chain among the San Clemente High School student body. Whether it be because of their […]

Biden, why are you letting California burn?

  Coco Meyerhofer | Writer September 19, 2021 It was a rough summer for California last year. The annual wildfires burned greater than ever before under Trump’s lack of attention, eventually destroying a grand total […]

College applications for the Class of 2022

Harrison York | Editor-in-Chief September 17, 2021 After a junior year stifled by pandemic closures, the Class of 2022 returned to school facing a new challenge: college applications. Now back in person, seniors are taking […]

Met Gala 2021: Fashion with purpose

Amy Parr | Head Editor September 16, 2021 After a year and a half, celebrities and spectators alike were more than excited for this year’s Met Gala. Commonly referred to as “fashion’s biggest night out,” […]

How can the Green Bay Packers bounce back?

Ben Cooper | Sports Editor September 17, 2021 The Green Bay Packers had a disappointing opening week against the New Orleans Saints. They lost 38-3 after starting off as 3.5 point favorites. This was a […]

New House Democrat tax proposal misses its mark

Brookelynn Hodgin | Writer September 17, 2021 On Monday, Senior House Democrat Richard Neal proposed a bill that would increase tax revenue by $2.9 trillion, with the intention of impacting wealthy Americans and large corporations […]

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