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Letters from teachers

October 4, 2013

Filed under Archives (1999-2013)

Dear Class of 2013: Over the years, I have watched you grow and transform into young adults. I am so proud of each and every one of you. Thank you so much for reminding me each day why I value and enjoy teaching and education....

Students express themselves in varying ways

Jerry Cortez, Staff Writer

October 4, 2013

Filed under Archives (1999-2013)

Facing what is arguably the strictest dress code in the district, many Clark students must strike a balance between style and dress standard on a daily basis. Amy Avakian, however, is not one for compromises. Years at Clark hav...

Keum and Davidian share decision stories

David Olvera-Sanchez, Staff Writer

October 4, 2013

Filed under Archives (1999-2013)

(May 24, 2013) -- “This was easily the hardest decision of my life,” said Evan Keum about his decision of where to go to college. Admitted to his three top choices of UCLA, USC, and UC Berkeley, Keum faced the daunting tas...

Seniors recognized at Senior Awards Night

Tatyana Aposhian, Staff Writer

October 4, 2013

Filed under Archives (1999-2013)

(May 24, 2013) -- A night filled with applause, cheers and smiles kicked off as soon as honorees, along with their families, began to arrive to Senior Awards Night on Wednesday evening. Achievements of all sorts ranging from academi...

Seniors at the last stretch

Garoneh Telmi, Staff Writer

October 4, 2013

Filed under Archives (1999-2013)

(May 24, 2013) -- Seniors filled classrooms as they presented their oral boards in front of a panel of judges this past Friday and Saturday. They had worked throughout the year on their senior projects, and their presentation...

A game of chess

Guy Burstein, Editor-in-Chief

October 4, 2013

Filed under Archives (1999-2013)

(May 24, 2013) -- “I enjoyed giving the kids what I've learned, and passing on the knowledge,” said Boris Kitapszyan, a former state champion chess player. Over the course of the year, Kitapszyan honed his skills in teaching ...

Balloon flies high

Hasmik Djoulakian, Editor-in-Chief

October 4, 2013

Filed under Archives (1999-2013)

(May 24, 2013) -- Alex Deravanessian and Guy Burstein created something for their senior projects which may help further research on alternative energies: a high-altitude weather balloon. Deravanessian’s final product is the solar...

Educating students in CPR

Luis Sy, Staff Writer

October 4, 2013

Filed under Archives (1999-2013)

(May 24, 2013) -- Senior projects give students ample opportunity to explore interests and to become more involved in their community. Students also get to meet new people and learn new skills. For someone who has always been ...

Learning something new

Luis Sy, Staff Writer

October 4, 2013

Filed under Archives (1999-2013)

(May 24, 2013) -- When thinking about what to do for their senior projects, students often try to learn new skills, or discover new hobbies. For seniors like Jason Pollock, inspiration came from the craft of blacksmithing. Pollock wanted to l...

Sheltering animals

Jerry Cortez, Staff Writer

October 4, 2013

Filed under Archives (1999-2013)

(May 24, 2013) -- Many senior projects attempt to help a single person. Some try to benefit a certain group of people. Some aspire to better the entire human race. Michelle Aguinaldo’s senior project aimed for an even wider scope...

Heels, Ties, and City Lights

Naris Barseghian, Staff Writer

October 4, 2013

Filed under Archives (1999-2013)

(May 24, 2013) -- After months of gown shopping and tie matching, the day had finally arrived as students beat the traffic caused by a Glendale hills brush fire to get to the Odyssey on May 3. Boys entered in their fresh-lookin...

Eco winners change school environment

David Olvera-Sanchez, Staff Writer

October 4, 2013

Filed under Archives (1999-2013)

(May 24, 2013) -- Inspired by biology and Environmental GIS teacher Dominique Evans-Bye, Joni Kang developed a keen interest in science during her sophomore year when she took a course in biology. Then, in her junior year, she...

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