Alongside the badge, police officers -- at least many in San Diego -- are now wearing small body cameras.
Experimentation with tiny cameras attached to police officer uniforms have been in effect for quite some time now. Recently, these cameras have been gaining popularity and are being adopted... READ MORE »»
The Varsity Baseball team has a new leader. Newly arrived Coach Mike Pena, an alumnus of the school, will overtake the challenge of transforming the team into a well-organized winning machine. This challenge is not a small one considering their previous 6-21 season.
Coach Mike Pena, who actually... READ MORE »»
The fences near Clairemont High School’s entrance are now colored with orange and blue! The colors are from the “cup-like” decorations that art students inserted into the chain-link fences.
This beautification project is part of a cumulative effort of... READ MORE »»
Senior, star wrestler Nick Coburn, has had an illustrious wrestling career. Through diligence and dedication, he has achieved three league championships and one CIF title making him one of the most decorated athletes in the last five years. He has also achieved a cumulative 4.0 GPA, and has played varsity... READ MORE »»
In just the first semester of 2014 at San Diego State University, a staggering 13 sexual assaults were reported. Of those 13 incidents, nine were classified as rape. This raises a controversial question: Are college campuses safe for women?
The dangers for females living on college campuses have... READ MORE »»
Recently, there has been a lot of heated dialogue throughout the media regarding abuse of force complaints against various police forces. This alleged abuse of power has been mainly directed towards African Americans. The recent police killings of African American, Eric Garner, Michael Brown and Tamir... READ MORE »»
Are you willing to pay top dollar to help Chargers owner Dean Spanos and the NFL build a new stadium in San Diego? Or should your tax dollars be spent on parks, potholes and police? San Diego voters will in all likelihood soon be faced with that important question.
So,... READ MORE »»
Known for his writing and endless knowledge, John Green's fame continues to grow by the second -- world wide. Reaching audiences of all ages Green’s novels continue to grow in popularity.
Green is the author of at least six novels to date including: Paper Towns, An Abundance of Katherines, Looking... READ MORE »»
Flash back to 2006: Gas prices are down to $2.30 a gallon!
Senior Alex Beaubien is “stoked” on the drop states. “It’s sick. People with minimum wage jobs can fill up their tanks and not have to worry about money.”
Senior Josh Urbonas agrees that the prices are convenient by saying,... READ MORE »»
Many students aren't aware that CHS has clubs that offer great opportunities to volunteer. Not only can students help out in their community and at their school, they can experience eye-opening perspectives outside of their own school lives. Documenting participation in these... READ MORE »»