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District introduces ‘Naviance’ to help students prepare for college and career

District introduces ‘Naviance’ to help students prepare for college and career

Meherina Khan, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 4, 2017


Filed under Features

What do you plan to study in college? It’s a simple question. Straightforward. A conversation starter amongst young adults. However, an increasing number of high school students find themselves stumped. While some have already settled on their post-graduation plans, others struggle to make the...

Greetings, Greetings

Greetings, Greetings

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor

September 7, 2016


Filed under Features, Top Stories

With support from her family and friends from the very beginning, Eilisha moves through high school committed to her mission of spreading awareness and understanding about autism.

Hope in the face of Huntington’s

Hope in the face of Huntington’s

Roba Abousaway and Meherina Khan, Co-Editors in Chief

February 15, 2016


Filed under Features

It’s a mixed feeling, seeing a loved one after so long only to see the ceaseless pain behind their eyes. There’s a subtle ache after every hug, a strain in her voice after every word, and it takes a whole lot of courage to express her boundless love. For junior Hannah Holvik, this unrelenting r...

Students pink out to support cancer cause

Students pink out to support cancer cause

Meherina Khan, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 12, 2015


Filed under Features, Media, Photos/ Galleries

Students participated in the annual Pink Out to help raise awareness for breast cancer this past week as a part of National Breast Cancer Awareness month. Not only did they help raise support for the cause, but they also showed their Cougar spirit for the varsity football team as Cinco took on T...

Constant creativity

Constant creativity

Roba Abousaway, Staff Writer

April 14, 2015


Filed under Features

Brush in hand. Apron on. Pallet filled with vivacious colors. As the students begin to paint, all seems right in the world. This is their place. This is their zone. This is what they do. It is their art. Isabella Phillips and Yeonsoo Koo are seniors in AP Studio Art who enjoy expressing themselves...

Running for the cure

Running for the cure

Samuel Teas, Staff Writer

April 10, 2015


Filed under Features, Top Stories

On Saturday, April 11th, Li, along with fellow senior and Director Alexandra Du, will oversee the annual Kilometers to Combat Cancer 5K and Fun Run. Around 200 people are expected to show up for the student organized event.

Head over wheels for robotics

Head over wheels for robotics

Samuel Teas, Staff Writer

March 23, 2015


Filed under Clubs, Features, Top Stories

It’s 7:00 pm on any weeknight. Club members enter the build site and gather around the whiteboard. Students begin to work on drive trains, elevators, and software. Everybody is doing something. These students aren’t playing around. These students are on the CRyptonite Robotics Team. “The...

A penny for their thoughts

A penny for their thoughts

Roba Abousaway, Staff Writer

March 20, 2015


Filed under Clubs, Features

Since ancient times, people have questioned the fundamentals of human life. Philosophy, the study of thought, helps influence theories that revolutionize the way people think. The members of the philosophy club hope to develop a deeper mentality by gaining new perspectives on controversial topics with...

Students experience career-based classes at Miller Career Center

Students experience career-based classes at Miller Career Center

Sara Saavedra, Entertainment Editor

December 19, 2014


Filed under Features

Although students spend four or more years in high school pondering their future, confusion can cloud their minds as they fail to grasp their ideal direction, with options ranging from career goals to university options. According to a study made by the University of La Verne, 50 to 70 percent of...

Foreign Affairs

Foreign Affairs

Sofia Guevara, Co-Editor-in-Chief

December 15, 2014


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Student musician Yvonne Goodwyne shares inspirations and motivations behind soon-to-release extended play

College vs. Cinco

Snovia Moiz, Co-Editor-in-Chief

December 15, 2014


Filed under Features

Chick-fil-a. Football games. Maroon out. LaCenterra. These, among other things, characterize Cinco Ranch. Something most residents and students fail to notice is the seclusion from the outside world that Cinco offers. Sometimes Cinco can seem like its own world. This revelation was very clear for college...

Serving up double the competition

Serving up double the competition

Meherina Khan, Staff Writer

December 12, 2014


Filed under Features, Sports, Tennis

The flying racquets. The whizzing balls. The intense concentration. These are all a part of a routine for senior Yoma and freshman Suvweh Ogbevire – a tradition that some call tennis. From a young age, tennis was not just a sport to the Ogbevire siblings but an essential component of everyday life. “I...

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