Simple, Crisp, and In Style

Samir Allen, Reporter

May 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Men. Men. Men. What are we going to do with the whole male gender? Some males can dress as if fashion is second nature to them. Some can't seem to piece together an outfit that shows their sense of style. While others could no...

What’s That Smell?

Abbygail de Castro, Editor-in-Chief

May 3, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Spring is officially here, and with that comes sunny skies, cooler weather, and beautiful flowers. Emphasis on beautiful, because as you can tell, our campus is surrounded by nature’s beauty. I mean I’m loving those roses...

Smarter Balance?

Megan Dean, Reporter

April 26, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Spring Break, a much needed mental break for teachers and students alike. With the break done, students might expect to simply ease themselves into school mode again, but don’t get too far into that state of mind if you’re ...

Flight, Fight, or Film

Megan Dean, Reporter

April 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The bystanders effect is by definition the denial to intervene or help a victim in the presence of others.  Also known as bystander apathy, the bystander effect has become obvious in today’s society. However, with easy acc...

Tips for Getting Hired

Brooke Sauceda, Reporter

April 7, 2017

Filed under Opinion

As we head into the final two months of the school year summer is closer than ever and so are all the plans that come with it. For many students this means finding a job to make a little extra money and replace the hours spent...

Clovis: #1 Place to Raise a Family

Allyson Dyck, Reporter

April 7, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Clovis, California is the number one place to live and raise a family. The three aspects that I based this evaluation on are: schools, affordability, and the economy. Clovis Unified graduation rate is 89.1% according to U.S.News.co...

Seasonal Illness: Spring Fever

Alexa VanHooser, Reporter

March 29, 2017

Filed under Opinion

There comes a time in every school year when it appears that there’s a small-scale power struggle between students and teachers. Students, rallying to escape the 36-week vice-grip school holds on their lives begin to ignore ...

And the Madness Begins

Payton Mayer, Reporter

March 15, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Sports

The bracket is set and 64 teams prepare for their long, hard fought journey on March 16 in the “Big Dance” where the championship game will be held in Phoenix, Arizona April 1st and 3rd. All 64 teams that are going to compete in th...

Ghost Recon Wildlands

Aaron Benjamin, Opinion

March 14, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Ubisoft’s recent open world game released March 7 blow the minds of gamers all around the world. Everyone’s mind except mine that is. Ghost Recon Wildlands is based around a group of four people known as Ghosts who are sent to...

In 20 Days or Less

Alexa VanHooser, Reporter

March 14, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Attention all AP students: it’s that time again! It goes without saying that prepping for AP tests feels either like the calm before the storm, or for those of you with cooler heads, a walk in the park. With class registrati...

How Get Out Portrays Just How Scary Racism Can Be

Gracie McKesson, Reporter

March 13, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Jordan Peele shocked the country when he traded his usual spotlight in comedy for a new position in the director’s chair. Directed by Peele, the psychological thriller, Get Out showcases a  deeper perspective of race in America. G...

Hospital Food

Kenny Blowers, Reporter

March 10, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Clovis Community is one of the most recognized hospitals in the Central Valley. What people don’t know is that they have an amazing cafeteria. They serve personal pizzas, burgers, and many more well known foods that would ...

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