Less Meat, More Problems?

Alexa VanHooser, Reporter

October 21, 2016

Filed under Features

In recent decades, there’s been a shift from glorifying the greasy fast food that makes nutritionists want to retire, in favor of organic, meatless dishes. Such dishes have been promoted by vegans - those who refrain from consum...

Many Thanks

Many Thanks

October 13, 2016

The Language Barrier

Alexa VanHooser, Reporter

October 10, 2016

Filed under Features, News

To the dismay of mothers, teachers, and general do-gooders everywhere: the physical world has no bleep button. As tensions grow higher in any given situation, colorful language often paints a chaotic picture of America’s youth...

Social Media: Behind the Screens

Megan Dean, Reporter

October 5, 2016

Filed under Features

The sound of a trilling ringtone goes off in class. All the students are now on full alert: eyes wide and fingers twiddling in their pockets to ensure their phone was not the one to shout out in the middle of the teacher’s lesson. Wheth...

The King of School Spirit

The King of School Spirit

September 29, 2016

The Renovation of the Secret Garden

Abbygail de Castro, Editor-in-Chief

September 28, 2016

Filed under Features

The Secret Garden, run by the Ecology Club, is currently under remodel with the hopes of it becoming something far more enchanting. The Women in Construction Club, along with other construction students, is currently in the...

Recapping a year with the Growl

June 8, 2016

Filed under Features

When I first heard of the starting up of the Cougar’s Growl I knew I wanted it. The problem was that I wasn’t confident enough in myself as a writer, as a reporter, or as an individual to actually go out and pursue what I wanted...

Hopes in ending the final year

Averie Basch, Reporter

May 23, 2016

Filed under Features

For all the seniors at Clovis High; this is the final year. The last year before freedom, some say, or the last year before adult responsibilities become a reality of life.     This is the last year before the real world ...

Mother’s Day: A great tradition to celebrate

Taylor Tiger, Reporter

May 13, 2016

Filed under Features

Originally started in 1908 by Anna Jarvis, Mother's Day has left its yearly stamp on everyone's calendars. Mother’s day officially became a holiday in year 1914 and since then Mothers all around the world are showered with flo...

Anxiety disorders more common than thought of at the high school level

Emma Vetter, Reporter

April 18, 2016

Filed under Features

There is a problem faced by 40 million adults in the United States, one that not only spurs worry and unease within the affected, but interferes with their ability to live daily life. Put simply, those 40 million adults, as wel...