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K-Pop V.S. American-Pop

Stephania Malagon, Reporter

September 18, 2017

Filed under Features

In American pop music, often times, the bands form themselves with friends and or write their own songs or are discovered by someone. Even if they don't have the vocal training, they still may be the lead vocalist In the band o...

Virtual Reality brings new technology to bear in gaming world

Jaren Phipps, Reporter

September 9, 2017

Filed under Tech Talk, Video Games

VR, The future to gaming technology. Stuff that’s only for the most wealthy and technologically advanced could get and used. Though that last statement is a thing of the past. You don’t need to be too wealthy or technologi...

AVID teacher sounds off on Trump’s new Education Secretary Betsy DeVos

Aneesa Arana, Sports Editor

September 9, 2017

Filed under Features

We have many well-rounded teachers at our school, all of them with different styles of teaching and thinking. To get a feel for what some of our staff feels about education, I chose to talk to teacher Peter Goldkorn because he cares...

Oravetz new face in the Science Department

Jasmine Sotelo, Reporter

September 9, 2017

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James Oravetz is the new chemistry teacher this year at Colton High School. Before coming to CHS he taught at Bloomington.   His students seem to like him here and enjoy his class. Nathaly Rodriguez, one of his current st...

Horoscopes reveal your traits: the proof is right here at CHS

Jinger Haberbush, Reporter

September 9, 2017

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Horoscopes are based on the stars, and when your birth date takes place. Some believe that horoscopes determine how your personality lays out.  You are an Aries if your birthday is take place on March 21 to April 19. Taurus ta...

Immaculate Conception holds another successful festival

Esau Villegas, Reporter

May 17, 2017

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The weekend of April/29-30/2017 was the time of the year at Immaculate Conception when everyone was welcome to come and enjoy the annual festival. There was music, food, entertainment, etc. The theme was Hawaiian and the boot...

AVID stole ceremony is an emotional farewell

Chantz Horton, Reporter

April 25, 2017

Filed under Features

 April 21 was the most emotional night of this school year. As the school year comes to a close many clubs are saying goodbye to their seniors, and in this case the big family known as AVID honored their seniors. They held their ...

Nokia’s new phone is a throwback

Joshua Sandoval, Reporter

March 13, 2017

Filed under Tech Talk

First we had bricks as phones. Then phones that could flip. Now we have smart phones that seem to do everything. So where can we go from there? Well, it seems back to bricks with Nokia. Nokia has announced its new 3310: Nokia a...

CHS celebrates students’ achievements

Abigail Humphrey, Reporter

March 13, 2017

Filed under Features

Monday, February 27, the student body gathered in the Whitmer Auditorium for the Spring academic assembly. The award ceremony has been rebranded this year, now being called the “Recognition of Excellence Ceremony.” The awa...

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