Net Neutrality – The Fate of the Internet

By: Josh Greene | Media Editor November 27, 2017 December 14th. That’s when politicians vote on a proposal from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to remove “net neutrality.” What exactly does this mean?  Basically, the Internet, as […]

The Deeper Implications of the Michigan 5

By Max Jonnaert | Editor in Chief Five teenagers in Michigan are being charged with 2nd degree murder after a rock they lobbed over an overpass on Interstate 75 killed an unbeknownst driver below. Witnesses […]

San Clemente High School’s Road to Royalty

By: Renee Malone | Writer  &  Lauren Stewart | Writer and Photographer October 25, 2017 As the class of 2018 settles into their new spot as seniors, homecoming festivities are finally here to celebrate their last year on […]

A Closer Look at the PSAT

By: Lucy Terry | Writer   &   Savi Raghuraman | Writer October 12, 2017 On October 11th, freshmen, sophomores, and juniors all over the Capistrano Unified School District took the PSAT/NMSQT, which is less commonly known […]

Sexual Abuse in Hollywood

By: Darren DiMarco | Web Designer   &   Clayton Bonigut | Writer October 13, 2017 It takes true confidence and bravery to come out about sexual assault, especially in a professional environment. While there have been […]

Until Next Summer, SC Trolley

By: Lucy Terry | Writer   &   Savi Raghuraman | Writer September 27, 2017 As summer comes to an end, so does the brand new San Clemente trolley. With an estimated 50 riders per hour, […]

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