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Clark falls short in physical fitness test standard

Chelsea Santos, Yearbook Editor-in-Chief

“I don’t understand how last year’s freshmen didn’t do well on the California Physical Fitness Test,” said senior Kahren Torosyan. “When I was a freshman, I passed all of my tests. I mean, I diet and I work out on my own time, too, so that helped a lot. But the underclassmen don’t look too bad. I didn’t think they would do that bad. I was surprised when I saw the ...  Read More »

Jan 20

Eighth grade recruitment exposes a different side of Clark

Eighth grade recruitment exposes a different side of Clark

Eunice Ramilo, Photo Editor

As the final semester of the 2016 to 2017 school year goes by, eighth graders are beginning to decide where to go for high school and where to take the next step in their lives after ...  Read More »

Jan 17

Clark gets a new principal for a day

Clark gets a new principal for a day

Shaye Holladay, Staff Writer

Glendale Education Foundation member Cynthia Guenther volunteered to be the principal for a day at Clark Magnet High School on Dec. 7 because she wanted to come to a high school and...  Read More »

Dec 19

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Clark students showcase the Christmas feel in Montrose at annual parade

Clark students showcase the Christmas feel in Montrose at annual parade

Leslie Chung, Section Writer

On Dec. 3, Robotics, Bike Club and Relay for Life joined the Montrose Christmas Parade. During the parade the three groups walked through the streets of Montrose as people...  Read More »

Dec 15

The life and times of an empire

Vache Sarkissian, Magazine Editor/Administrative Website Editor

Los Angeles is a city with grit and character. It’s definitely had its warts over the years, but it has remained the same thing it always has been: a harbor for all that is trendy, fresh and borderline superficial. There is also, however, a darker side to the hip, lively scene in the city of angels. The side of the street with cracks in the concrete, the run-down famil...  Read More »

Dec 13

Students establish a new ecosystem amongst classes

Students establish a new ecosystem amongst classes

Henry Reed, Photo Editor

Clark Magnet has many unique features when compared to other Glendale Unified high schools, such as its block schedule, relatively small community or the yearlong senior project....  Read More »

Dec 11

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Media creates unnecessary standard for girls

Media creates unnecessary standard for girls

Himanshi Ahir, Magazine Editor

On Dec. 9, Kylie Jenner officially opened her cosmetics pop-up shop in Canoga Park, California. She is one of the celebrities who has created an image, a standard for teenag...  Read More »

Dec 13

EpiPen’s price increase robs allergic patients

EpiPen’s price increase robs allergic patients

Anthony Francisco, Magazine Photo Editor

EpiPens have always been a lifesaver to many people who have allergies. According to WebMD, EpiPens are a form of medication that are used in emergencies to treat very serious allergic reactions to insect...  Read More »

Dec 8

Customer appreciation apps are a waste of time and money

Customer appreciation apps are a waste of time and money

Rita Bilamejian, Business Manager

With coupons, sales and discounts already expected by many loyal customers, companies have developed customer appreciation apps to further attract customers and compete m...  Read More »

Dec 7

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Taking a journey into the life of a child from a third world country

Taking a journey into the life of a child from a third world country

Janine Porras, Staff Writer

I entered a small room filled with stars in the sky and tall grass that covered the walls. As I listened to the sound of crickets, I found myself standing in a recreated field...  Read More »

Dec 15 • No Comments

Learning how to defend myself

Learning how to defend myself

Urielle Corcuera, Photographer

Today’s society is arguably one where women are more sexually violated than men are. According to Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), 9 out of 10 victims of rape are female. There were 2.78 mill...  Read More »

Dec 15 • No Comments

“The best thing you can do in any race is to finish”

“The best thing you can do in any race is to finish”

Tenny Vasghanian, Design Editor

With no warning, an air horn was blown and people began running as I trailed behind runners and merged with walkers of the 23rd annual race Thanksgiving Run and Food Drive...  Read More »

Dec 11 • No Comments

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A look in the past: ‘Rogue One’ puts Star Wars in retrospect

Eunice Ramilo, Staff Writer and Photo Editor

Ever since Walt Disney Pictures and Lucasfilm decided to continue the Star Wars saga with Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens in December 2015, it has become a box office home ...  Read More »

Dec 20

‘Manchester by the Sea’ is the year’s most brutally emotional and raw film

‘Manchester by the Sea’ is the year’s most brutally emotional and raw film

Vache Sarkissian, Magazine Editor

a relatively disappointing year for indies, save some such as Jean-Marc Vallée’s Demolition and the brilliant A24 release Moonlight, Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester by the Sea stands out like a lighthouse on a da...  Read More »

Dec 19

Tumanyan Khinkali Factory serves as a little Armenia

Tumanyan Khinkali Factory serves as a little Armenia

Christine Ohanyan, Section Editor

My 2015 trip to Armenia brought sadness for one distinct reason: I honestly didn’t want to leave the food. Boarding the airplane back home, all I could remember was visiting...  Read More »

Dec 13

‘La La Land’ will go down as a classic

‘La La Land’ will go down as a classic

Christine Ohanyan, Section Editor

Damien Chazelle’s musical production La La Land  has reawakened Hollywood’s Golden Age with its realistic and enchanting reflection of life’s dual nature in the purs...  Read More »

Dec 13

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