The future of the Supreme Court

By Sabrina Spunt | Newsroom Manager September 28, 2020 On September 18, 2020, Supreme Court Justice member Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away at the age of 87. She served as a member of the Supreme court […]

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy

By Amy Parr | News Editor September 27, 2020 “When I hear RBG’s name, the first word that comes to mind is pioneer,” senior Jasel Steinmetz said. This is true for most people, but how […]

AVID: Steering students to success since 1998

By Mirca Gomez | Writer September 27, 2020 Advancement Via Individual Determination, better known as AVID, is one of San Clemente High School’s most helpful programs offered to students. This program provides the necessary tools and […]

Trump vs. TikTok

By Brooklyn Staab | Publicity Manager September 27, 2020 TikTok has become one of the most addicting social media platforms for all ages around the globe. With about 800 million users worldwide, it was the […]

The shooting of Kurt Andras Reinhold

By Gisele Brandt | Head Editor September 24, 2020 Kurt Andras Reinhold, a homeless Black man, was shot and killed by police officers on September 23, 2020 on El Camino Real in front of Hotel […]

Christopher Nolan twists minds with new release: Tenet

By Clara Helm | Head Editor  September 27, 2020 Viewers everywhere left recently-opened movie theaters in complete astonishment after seeing Tenet. With COVID-19 permanently changing how the movie industry operates, an old crusader of the traditional […]

SpaceX: preparing to journey to the moon and Mars

By Harrison York | Head Editor September 25, 2020 Perhaps the greatest contender in the reignition of the space race, SpaceX, founded in 2002 by Elon Musk, has quickly developed advanced rocketry technologies, enabling the company […]

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