The racial divide across our campus

By: Flynn Lloyd | Editor in Chief March 15, 2019 It is no secret that San Clemente High School consists of a predominantly white community. Students have been surrounded by people similar to their own […]

Why Trump will win

By: Brayden Young | Chief Political Correspondent March 20, 2019 It’s going to have to be said: Donald J. Trump will win a second presidential term. There have been so many controversies in the past […]

Why I’m A Feminist:

By: Peyton Gadbury | Opinion Editor March 8, 2019 My favorite “f-word” is feminist, which means I believe in equal social and political rights for all people, everywhere, regardless of their gender, race, or sexuality. […]

A Resurrection of the Hitler Youth

By: Peyton Gadbury | Opinion Editor March 7, 2019 From 1941 to 1945, Nazi Germany, under the supremacy of the fascist leader Adolf Hitler, systematically murdered an estimated six million European Jews. On Sunday, March […]

Is it really just a hat?

By Lexi Kortman | Writer February 1, 2019 Although it is distressing that hate crimes still occur in the year 2019, it unfortunately does not come as a complete shock. To some, MAGA hats are simply […]

Egg breaks the internet

By: Eva Gardner | Photographer January 25, 2019 What came first: the chicken or the egg? To start 2019 off fresh, millions of Instagram users banned together to prove that the egg, does in fact, […]

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