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Students enjoy Clark’s version of Oktoberfest

Lilit Krkasharian, Yearbook Managing Editor

October 23, 2017

A long line of excited, chattering students almost stretched out all the way from the red and white In-N-Out truck set up in front of the weight room to health teacher Judy Sanzo’s classroom. Students roamed the grass field, played games set up by clubs and took goofy pictures at the photobooth. “Clarktoberfest is a great tradition because it lets students take a break from...

Sophomores and juniors take on the PSAT

Naira Shahbandarian and Social Media Administrator, Student Life Writer

October 19, 2017

On Oct. 11, sophomores and juniors walked into school ready to take the Preliminary SAT. The PSAT is a standardized test administered by the College Board, given to prepare students for the SAT. Students taking the PSAT missed their first, third and most of their fifth period class time. The scores the students get show them a good example of what they would get if they were to ta...

40th Annual Montrose Oktoberfest takes over Honolulu Ave.

Eleen Shahmoradian, Social Media Administrator, Student Life Writer

October 19, 2017

“Oktoberfest is one of my favorite fall events,” said Tracy Allahverdian, a Clark Magnet junior. “I go with my friends every year and we always have lots of fun — except this year since I almost fainted on one of the rides.” Last Saturday, Oct. 7, many Clark students, including Tracy Allahverdian, gathered for the 40th annual Oktoberfest celebration in Montrose. Some...

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Recent Photos

Why choose art?

Why choose art?

Janine Porras, Staff Writer

April 30, 2017

Art plays a big role in senior Minely Moradian’s life. “I grew up in a family that does art,” says Moradian. “They would do portraits of people and sceneries. I was...

Bullying goes viral

Bullying goes viral

Jaden Florita, Photographer

April 27, 2017

Millennials rely heavily on technology, and social media gives access to communicate with others, find out gossip, upload pictures and videos from around the world. Whatever...

Seniors get a jump-start on their day

Seniors get a jump-start on their day

Lilit Krkasharian, Yearbook Section Editor

April 21, 2017

“I love not having a full schedule!” said senior Thomas Zohrabyan. “As a senior, you can take a minimum of five classes, which is amazing because you get to sleep, work ...

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War on encryption is dangerous

War on encryption is dangerous

Carlos Rodriguez, Staff Writer

October 19, 2017

The debate over encryption has been going on since the dawn of the Internet and seemingly exploded in 2016 when Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik perpetrated a mass shooting in ...

Feminism does not mean that the future is female

Feminism does not mean that the future is female

Urielle Corcuera, Clubs and Photo editor

October 13, 2017

Sitting in my English class discussing feminism, one of my classmates said that he is not a feminist because of  “2017 Twitter feminism,” which apparently argues that fe...

The left shows its hypocrisy on women’s rights

The left shows its hypocrisy on women’s rights

Michael Melkonian, Staff Writer

October 12, 2017

This past week, the New York Times released a damning article on one of the biggest Democratic Party donors, Harvey Weinstein. One of the so called liberal “lions” of...

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Embracing the Polish Culture

Embracing the Polish Culture

Victoria Bochniak, Staff Writer

October 9, 2017No Comments

  “I think it is very important that we celebrate our culture and uphold multiple traditions because if we don’t preserve it then no one will. It’s up to us to...

KEEN enables fun for kids of all abilities

KEEN enables fun for kids of all abilities

Kasy Vasquez, Website Editor

May 31, 2017No Comments

The sounds of a zumba playlist filtered through the hum of cars on Temple Street in East Los Angeles. Strewn around the basketball court, building blocks, soccer balls, jump rope...

Venturing out on a Vocal Voyage

Venturing out on a Vocal Voyage

Himanshi Ahir, Magazine Editor

May 25, 2017No Comments

Richard Strauss once said, “The human voice is the most beautiful instrument of all, but the most difficult to play.” Five months ago I would’ve said to that how har...

Diversity teaches tolerance

Diversity teaches tolerance

Anthony Francisco, Photo Editor

May 25, 2017No Comments

It was 25 years ago that much of Los Angeles erupted into flames following the court verdict in the Rodney King case. In this case, four white police officers were acquitted ...

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After five long years P!nk is back with a new, heartfelt album

Bryan Han, Staff Writer

October 19, 2017

She’s done it again! Beyond any expectations, P!nk, the definition of a true artist, returns with a spectacular new album, Beautiful Trauma. Though it has been a long f...

‘Blade Runner 2049’ rises over time

‘Blade Runner 2049’ rises over time

Shaye Holladay McCarthy, Magazine Editor

October 17, 2017

After a 32-year wait, the visually satisfying sequel to Blade Runner (1982) was recently released, recasting Harrison Ford as blade runner Rick Deckard and casting Ryan Gosling as...

Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” Hits No. 1 Billboard Chart and more

Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” Hits No. 1 Billboard Chart and more

Bryan Han, Staff Writer

October 13, 2017

On Sept. 25, history was made when the Billboard 100 Charts announced Cardi B as the second female rapper with a solo single to reach the No.1 Billboard 100 Charts, proving M...

‘Criminal Minds’ season 13 returns with a bang

‘Criminal Minds’ season 13 returns with a bang

Shaye Holladay McCarthy, Magazine Editor

October 9, 2017

Hit police procedural crime drama Criminal Minds returned for its 13th season Sept. 27. The series was created by Jeff Davis and first aired Sept. 22, 2005. This show stands ...

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