Clark Chronicle

EDITORIAL: Has the administration gone too far?

Clark Chronicle, Staff

December 9, 2013

Recently, the Clark administration has incessantly been checking dress code in classes for students not adhering to the dress standard. Students, specifically girls, caught wearing pants containing any kind of material that may...

Children should be considered adults when it comes to medical marijuana use

Vardui Grigoryan, Staff Writer

December 9, 2013

The infamous controversy over legalizing marijuana usage in the United States has been going on for many years. At least for medical use, the demand for legalizing it has raised. Twenty-one states and the District of Columbia ...

The Tragedy of the Corporate Monster

Ericka Shin, Staff Writer

December 4, 2013

Barneys, among many other stores, is notorious for its snooty airs. One way such high-end stores assert their positions is by secretly rooting out who is worthy of their time and who is not. According to a November article...

Are we too obsessed with celebrities?

Maggie Baboomian, Staff Writer

December 4, 2013

Recently, a 33-year-old man, Toby Sheldon, paid $100,000 to look like his all-time favorite celebrity, Justin Bieber. He spent $21,000 to lower his hairline and grow out his bangs to resemble the “Bieb’s” younger look and...

Dress code complications

AJ Garcia, Staff Writer

November 28, 2013

Recently, free-dress days have been unclear to the student body. Announcements were confusing, indecisive and misleading. The main issue is that information has not arrived clearly or often. For example, Oct. 25 was somewhat...

Students stress over stress

Luis Sy, News Editor

October 16, 2013

Never have I ever gone through a complete day of school without a few of my friends anxiously telling me about how they forgot to do the homework for a class, or how they have a B in lieu of the A they so desperately yearned for....

Vortex of Destruction

Roobina Najarian, Student Contributor

October 8, 2013

Roobina Najarian, Senior:   I avoid media with every ounce of courage inside of me. All media has ever done is corrupt generations. The stronger media becomes, the more corruption is observed in the world. It’s irritating...

Don’t Talk Religion or Politics

Allen Dishigrikyan, Staff Writer

October 3, 2013

It’s an age-old saying used by mother: “You shouldn’t talk religion or politics.” Why? The obvious answer is that they cause conflict. But they shouldn’t. When it comes to religion and politics, many people hold strong...

GUSD: The New Santa Claus

Allen Dishigrikyan, Staff Writer

September 6, 2013

At last, our demands have been met! As the fair students of the distinguished Glendale Unified School District, we warmly salute our bureaucrats for finally installing a celestial North Korea that will end our teenage woes. After...

GUSD: Big Bother

David Olvera-Sanchez, In the Life Editor

August 30, 2013

In an effort to combat cyber-bullying, truancy and substance abuse, Glendale Unified School has recently opted to pay a yearlong $40,500 contract with Geo Listening to monitor and analyze posts made by middle and high school students...

GUSD: How to spend $40,000

Varty Yahjian, Staff Writer

August 30, 2013

The Glendale Unified School District School Board, the elite posse running our schools, has hired a Hermosa Beach surveillance company, Geo Listening, to monitor students’ activity on the various media platforms that dominate...

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