Remembering Manzanar

Austin Ashizawa | Student Life Editor March 18, 2022 This month, many Japanese-Americans will make the pilgrimage to remember the unfathomable acts committed against loyal American citizens during WWII. Perhaps the most shocking part of […]

Teacher Spotlight: Ms. Schmidt

Helene MacBeth | Writer March 17, 2022 Whether it’s because of her vibrant personality, sympathetic teaching style, or ability to expand her students’ knowledge, everybody seems to love Ms. Schimdt, an English teacher at San […]

The forgotten meaning of St. Patrick’s Day

Eden Milligan | Editor-in-Chief March 18, 2022 Happy belated St. Patty’s Day! Now that we have celebrated another year decked-out in green, why not take a look at the forgotten history behind the holiday? St. […]

Good news this week

Eden Havel | News editor March 10, 2022 Let’s be honest: these past few months have been chaotic, and it’s all too easy to focus on the bad in the world when it can be […]

Ms. Lewis: 30 years as a Triton

Harrison York | Editor-in-Chief March 11, 2022 Recently celebrating 30 years of teaching at San Clemente High School, Ms. Lewis has a key role in the English department. She teaches ERWC and IB Literature, both […]

Get ready for GLAX season!

Amy Parr | Head Editor March 11, 2022 Forget about football season, it’s GLAX time at San Clemente High School! The girls’ lacrosse team, known for their threatening sticks and sparkling personalities, are ready to […]

Finally! Winter formal arives with a bang!

Sofia Sipelis | Opinion Editor March 1, 2022 At last, winter formal has arrived, students can wear the dresses they’ve had since early January, get ready to take pictures at pines park, and Tritons can […]

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