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Freshmen are welcomed with pancake breakfast

Freshmen are welcomed with pancake breakfast

Tiana Hovsepians, Staff Writer

On the cloudy Friday morning of Aug. 19, 322 freshmen were welcomed with the aroma of pancakes. The day started off with a speech from Lena Kortoshian, the new principal of Clark. ...  Read More »

Aug 24

Glendale High School track and field closing banquet

Argeen Ghazarian, Business Manager

After a season of accomplishments and intense races, the Glendale High School track and field team organized a track banquet to close off the season. This event was held at the high school on May 17 to celebrate the team’s accomplishments. The banquet allowed track members to exchange gifts with one another and pass out awards as a final closing ceremony. Awards included the M...  Read More »

May 24

Clark students partake in political campaigns

Clark students partake in political campaigns

Farah Ali, Yearbook Editor

As June 7 approaches, the political atmosphere is tensing up in Glendale. June 7 is not only important for the presidential election, but local positions as well. Ardy Kassakhian, the c...  Read More »

May 24

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Why music?

Why music?

Natalie Deravanessian, Staff Writer

“Music influenced me in positive ways from a young age. It taught me to be willing to practice and learn more than asked, which brought about self-discipline and dedication,...  Read More »

May 2

Tolerant of teenagers’ tolerances?

Tolerant of teenagers’ tolerances?

Lauren Alparaz, Yearbook Editor

An endless number of factors shape prospective college students’ college lives: housing, course loads, dining halls, etc.  Another factor popping up in the minds of many...  Read More »

Apr 26

A different type of martial art

A different type of martial art

Lucas Rosen, Video Editor

In Japanese, “karate” means “empty hand.” The martial art is very much this, as it focuses on using only hands and no weapons. Originating in Okinawa as a combination of t...  Read More »

Apr 21

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Brown is the New Green: The only way to save water?

Natalie Deravanessian, Staff Writer

“Brown is the New Green” has become a great movement in California to alleviate the severe drought the state is facing. The slogan “brown is the new green” emphasizes the need for water in the state as it asks the citizens to cut outdoor water usage in half. The idea behind the slogan is that if your grass is not brown, you are using more water than necessary. Due ...  Read More »

May 27

Jerry Brown rightfully raises the California smoking age

Jerry Brown rightfully raises the California smoking age

Lucas Rosen, Video Editor

Smoking is a controversial topic, and from a young age, people are told to avoid cigarettes by their parents and teachers. Even so, it still came as a surprise for Californ...  Read More »

May 26

Social media gains popularity in the 2016 elections

Social media gains popularity in the 2016 elections

Natella Muradyan, Photographer

As time progresses, social media becomes a greater part of one’s life. At times, people spend a longer time on social media instead of having a face-to-face conversation. Th...  Read More »

May 25

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Walking dogs is no walk in the park

Nairi Simonyan, Yearbook Editor

Since the dawn of time, dogs have been man’s best friend. As they have provided humanity companionship, affection and even protection, we have in turn cared for our four...  Read More »

June 1, 2016 • 0 comments

Earth Day weekend at the Aquarium of the Pacific

Ryan Ellinwood, Staff Writer

The Aquarium of the Pacific has always been a special place for children, their families and the environmentally savvy. Earth Day is certainly not an insignificant time at the aquarium nor around the world, with more than 192 countries in participat...  Read More »

May 24, 2016 • 0 comments

Clark’s cinematography department participates in the VCTC

Tina Keshishian, Photography Editor

On May 15, the second annual Verdugo Creative Technologies Consurtium (VCTC) Expo took place at Glendale Community College’s auditorium. The VCTC is a partner of Burban...  Read More »

May 21, 2016 • 0 comments

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‘War Dogs’ makes you laugh on the edge of your seat

Arman Antonyan, Business Manager and Website Designer

The War on Terror has for too long been a boring, repetitive film topic, one riddled with simplistic “good vs evil” conflicts that focus too often on the American soldi...  Read More »

August 26, 2016

K-Ramen shines as the Americana’s hidden gem

Chelsea Santos, Yearbook Editor

Amidst all the dining options available at the Americana at Brand, none of them seems to have the appeal for Goldilocks: not too “this,” and not too “that,” but jus...  Read More »

August 15, 2016

‘Pete’s Dragon’ stuns audiences

Chelsea Santos, Yearbook Editor-in-Chief

Disney has done it again. They’ve managed to create another masterpiece adored by children, adults, and everyone in between, blending fantasy with fact and truth with tall t...  Read More »

August 15, 2016

Georgee’s Pizza: La Cañada’s hidden jewel

John Bandek, Section Editor

Georgee’s Pizza has been serving the La Cañada community since 1980. Their menu consists of standard Italian dishes including pasta, spaghetti, lasagna, or their well-known pi...  Read More »

May 26, 2016

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