Kylie Jenner’s Pregnancy Rumors Confirmed

By: Sydney Burns | Writer February 14, 2018 After many months of the growing rumors of pregnant Kylie Jenner, the youngest sister of the Kardashian/Jenner clan, Kylie announced the birth of her healthy baby girl, […]

Valentine’s Day is a Scam

By: Gavin Kelleher-Marciello | Editor in Chief February 14th, 2018 Once a year on February 14th, heart-shaped balloons flood grocery stores across the nation; cards with cheesy quotes pile up onto each other, and anyone […]

Creative Writing – “Creation”

By: Miles Estrada | Writer (Fiction) February 15th, 2018 DISCLAIMER: This story is a fragment of what some day may be a longer work. The second part is a work in progress. Should this piece see good […]

A Night at the Oscars – SCHS Edition

By: Shay Hefft | Sports Editor January 30th, 2018 On Friday January 26th, San Clemente High School hosted their very first Oscars. The Oscars was hosted by Seniors Nabil Shull and Trey Russell and featured students from […]

Women’s Rights are Human Rights

By: Flynn Lloyd | News Editor February 6, 2018 On January 20th, 2018, people from various communities marched, for the second year in a row, to protest women’s rights in today’s society. Although it’s disheartening […]

Lessons We Can Learn from Ladybird

By: Morgan Creek | Opinion Editor February 2, 2018 Ladybird (2017) tells the coming of age story of Christine “Ladybird” McPherson (Saorise Ronan) during her senior year of high school. Taking place in Sacramento, CA in 2002, […]

A World for the Rich

By: Darren DiMarco | Web Designer January 31, 2018 As 2017 came to a close, we were able to look back at the good and the bad.  2017 proved to have a decreased unemployment rate […]

Formal Fashion

By: Claire Vlasic | Writer January 30,2018 As 2018 takes way, schools events become an important process in keeping the new year fresh and fun. Winter formal took place this past Saturday the 27th  at […]

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