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- 03/07/13--08:55: _Red Light Robbery
- 03/07/13--09:02: _Fishing
- 03/15/13--09:02: _Inocente
- 03/20/13--10:02: _Hanging out with Ha...
- 03/20/13--10:13: _Science Fair
- 03/22/13--08:43: _Too many options!
- 03/22/13--09:02: _Moby-Dick Marathon
- 03/28/13--08:55: _Dennis Rodman-Ameri...
- 03/28/13--09:12: _New TSA Regulations
- 03/28/13--09:24: _Spring Sports
- 03/14/14--08:22: _San Diego’s New Mayor
- 03/14/14--08:30: _Kickstart This!
- 03/17/14--08:21: _The Filed Blues and...
- 03/17/14--08:33: _Battle of the Bands...
- 03/18/14--11:25: _Putin Gets What Put...
- 03/18/14--11:50: _Finding Your Colleg...
- 03/24/14--08:09: _CCA’s Superheros
- 03/24/14--08:36: _March Madness Kicks...
- 03/24/14--08:43: _2048
- 03/24/14--08:46: _The Rise of Electro...
- 03/07/13--08:55: Red Light Robbery
- 03/07/13--09:02: Fishing
- 03/15/13--09:02: Inocente
- 03/20/13--10:02: Hanging out with Hanggie
- 03/20/13--10:13: Science Fair
- 03/22/13--08:43: Too many options!
- 03/22/13--09:02: Moby-Dick Marathon
- 03/28/13--08:55: Dennis Rodman-America’s Greatest Asset?
- 03/28/13--09:12: New TSA Regulations
- 03/28/13--09:24: Spring Sports
- 03/14/14--08:22: San Diego’s New Mayor
- 03/14/14--08:30: Kickstart This!
- 03/17/14--08:21: The Filed Blues and Opening Ceremonies
- 03/17/14--08:33: Battle of the Bands Winner: Lobster Party
- 03/18/14--11:25: Putin Gets What Putin Wants: Highlights of Russian Geopolitics.
- 03/18/14--11:50: Finding Your College Path
- 03/24/14--08:09: CCA’s Superheros
- 03/24/14--08:36: March Madness Kicks Off
- 03/24/14--08:43: 2048
- 03/24/14--08:46: The Rise of Electronic Sports
By Griffin Laymon The controversial issue of red light cameras in San Diego may soon come to a stop, or at least change course. Mayor Bob Filner recently promised to scale down the program that over the past year earned San Diego over $200,000. With reports of these cameras going off randomly, and actually adding [...]
By Zach Kucinski With Spring just around the corner, fishermen have high expectations for a the upcoming fishing season! Last year, Southern California’s offshore seasons was one of the best in years; yellowtail, dorado, yellowfin tuna fish and bluefin tuna fish were all fairly abundant within a 40 mile radius of San Diego, and sometimes [...]
By Daria Kochevaia Last Sunday, a proud surprise for San Diegans unraveled itself at the Academy Awards. The short film documentary, Inocente, directed by local Andrea Nix Fine and her husband, Sean Fine, won the Oscar for Best Documentary Short Subject. “Last night still sinking in” the couple’s company’s Twitter updated on the Monday morning [...]
Welcome to the world of one of the newest AP Language teachers: brightly colored poster boards, a twitter wall, and several movie posters hanging from the walls, including one from her favorite movie, Midnight in Paris. Ms. Hanggie, a native of Encinitas, says that becoming a teacher was always a childhood “dream” for her. However, [...]
By Rithika Verma Amid approaching events like Challenge Day and finals “The Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair” is coming up, giving viewers the opportunity to see all the science projects from participators across the San Diego County. The 59th Annual Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair takes place on March 20th at [...]
By Brian Chekal The rolling murmur of the crowd eased into silence as the presentation began. The counselors began their talk with the routine, students already accustomed to the act began to quietly doze off as the all-knowing counselors outlined course selection. It was only until the words “what’s going to be different next year” [...]
By Delaney Roth Spending 24 hours reading the classic novel Moby-Dick by Herman Melville, cover to cover, may not sound like something most people would want to do, especially when you have sleep as an alternative. However, athough this may not sound like the most enthralling way to pull an all-nighter, the CCA [...]
By Kyle Grozen Last week, retired American basketball player and cultural phenomenon Dennis Rodman visited North Korea and met with leader Kim Jong-Un, whom he praised for his hospitality, kindness, and generosity. Yes, you read that right: he praised Kim Jong-Un for his hospitality, kindness, and generosity. Just when you thought Rodman couldn’t get any [...]
By Lauren Uchiyama Beginning April 25, 2013, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will allow passengers to carry-on planes certain objects including types of knives, some sporting equipment, and “novelty bats.” What has ignited this sudden change in TSA approved objects? Well, a number of things have; primarily the increasing technological advances for airport security. The [...]
By Griffin Laymon Spring sports have finally arrived! As the season starts, the anticipation for this year’s spring athletics is evident at CCA. Let’s start off with swim, one of the most physically demanding sports our school offers. Last year, the swim team won the Valley league and is looking to repeat this year. “We [...]
By Samantha Ho On Monday, March 3, 47 year old Kevin Faulconer was sworn in as San Diego’s 36th mayor. Faulconer, a Republican, previously served the city as a Councilman. He defeated fellow Councilman David Alvarez, a Democrat, in the February 11 election, winning over a city known for a strong Democratic representation. He led [...]
By Joshua Dillen Our generation’s lexicon is full of words that confuse our parents, let alone our grandparents. Among such words is crowdsourcing, a fastly growing and increasingly popular word and practice. Officially, crowdsourcing is the practice of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people and especially [...]
By Avery Naughton The newest addition to the CCA athletic facilities, the turf field, has benefited nearly all teams throughout the course of the new year. Field sports, including lacrosse, soccer, and field hockey, to name a few, now call the high-quality turf field home while track and field has ample space to practice. Unfortunately, [...]
By Laura Fouquette Battle of the Bands is one of the most anticipated events all year for Canyon Crest students. Many bands audition to showcase their talent, yet only eight bands make the cut to compete for the prize, a couple of hours of free studio recording time. Hundreds of students gather at the lower [...]
By Val Poiset According to Professor Angela Stent, who is Director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies at Georgetown University and has been following Russian affairs for three decades, there is no chance of the U.S. going to war with Russia over the recent invasion of the Ukraine. As of this morning, [...]
By Zach Kucinski There are countless tools here at Canyon Crest Academy that are useful and available when you need them, but when college application time rolls around, there is one particularly beneficial resource offered here on campus that all students should take full advantage of. The large room located on your left when you [...]
By Stephanie Guo This spring, CCA students scrolling through course profiles on the school website found a brand new elective in the Social Science Department: Social Justice. What is Social Justice? The name evokes images of starving children, oppressed minorities, and polluted skies. There are, without a doubt, hundreds of thousands of social issues that [...]
By Elliot Cohen The brackets have been chosen and the “madness” in March Madness is underway. Every year towards the end of March comes NCAA men’s basketball playoffs. The winner of March Madness determines the champions of college basket ball. For college basketball fans, this two week period is there Super Bowl. The most exciting [...]
By Brian Chekal At first glance, it’s easy to mistake the furious keyboard mashing and colorful tiles of 2048 as some new form of measuring typing skills. The game, which took off earlier this month, has seen its amount of daily users skyrocket, challenging students, parents, and teachers alike. So what exactly is it, and [...]
By Josh Bi Katowice, Poland: March 16th 2014. The crowd erupts in cheers as the two finalist teams emerge on stage, ready to do battle for $250,000 in prize money. The two teams, one European and one Korean, are comprised of several of the most elite athletes of a sport enjoyed by more than 30 [...]