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Want to visit some neat websites when you’re bored

Gavin Kale, Reporter

May 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion

We all know that the internet is a big place. I’ve said that before, but you wanna know what I haven’t said before? These cool websites you can visit are fun to look at and explore. Ever wonder what a island would be like if ...

Summer break is on it’s way, what are you doing for break?

Jade Angel, Reporter

May 24, 2018

Filed under Opinion

After, what feels like an eternity, in just 3 more weeks we will finally be out on summer vacation. Most students look forward to this every year, it gives us a time to relax, not think about all the math and english problems that w...

Aubrey and the Three Amigos will be the hottest tour of Summer 18′

Jesse Gonzales, Reporter

May 24, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Concerts, Opinion

On May 14th, two of the biggest faces in the music industry announced they are going on tour. It’s Drake and Migos! Now going on their tour, “Aubrey and The Three Amigos.” Many people love the group and artist so it is expect...

Bored during summer? Try some of these activities!

Jessikah Ybarra, Reporter

May 16, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Go swimming Go to the beach with friends/ family Apply for a summer job Bake a cake or maybe cookies Start a blog Go on long bike rides with friends/ family Have a friends Olympics Go miniature golfing Listen to new music Have a water f...

2017-18 school year coming to an end, are you ready?

Jinger Haberbush, Reporter

May 16, 2018

Filed under Opinion

With only a few weeks away for the rest of the freshman, sophomores, and juniors this school year is practically done. All that is occurring at this moment is preparation for finals. As times are closing for this year, we must ...

Junior colleges are just as good as four years

Zaria Espinoza, Reporter

May 9, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Throughout our lives we are taught that four year universities are the only way to ever be successful. That’s the way society has always had us headed- however, that statement is not entirely true. San Bernardino Valley Col...

Scholarships aren’t enough for future student athletes

Jessikah Ybarra, Reporter

May 9, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Here in Colton, there are kids who dream about making it to the big leagues, but there are very few who actually get a full ride scholarship or just a scholarship in general. According to CBS, only two percent of student athletes...

You’ll remember the day you saw Marvel’s Infinity War

Joshua Sandoval, Reporter

May 7, 2018

Filed under Movies, Opinion

10 years ago, Marvel started something great. A cinematic universe. Something unheard of in the movie industry. It all started with Iron Man, and the rest is history. 10 years later, it all came together in one of the best movi...

Avid stole ceremony honors teachers who played vital role in student lives

Monzerrat Gonzalez, Reporter

May 4, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion

 On Friday, April 27th  the Avid stole ceremony took place. It was a beautiful ceremony where Avid Students (such as myself), got the chance to recognize one of the many teachers on campus helped who shaped us into the person w...

CHS swimming pool open for the summer

Jaren Phipps, Reporter

May 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Summer is coming up and we all know what that means: the hot sun is going to beat down on the IE again. The school, like always is going to open the school pool to the pubic with purchase of a ticket for 10 dollars. This ticket is goo...

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