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- 02/08/15--00:26: Jordan Fights Back | Brian Chekal
- 02/17/15--08:27: The Rise of the Selfie Stick | Ronnie Simon
- 02/17/15--08:37: The 57th Grammy Awards | Jessie McConville
- 02/17/15--08:55: Axe the Anti-Vaxx | Emily Abrishamkar
- 02/20/15--08:33: Fan Based Activism | Michelle Goldie Jacobson
- 02/20/15--08:50: A New Start for Raven Baseball | Josh Dillen
- 02/23/15--09:17: Finishing Chelsea’s Run | Kelila Rotto
- 02/23/15--09:22: On the Future of Technology | Jakob Saloner
- 03/03/15--09:17: Measles Outbreak Continues to Spread Worldwide | Audrey Do
- 03/05/15--17:59: U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Injured in Knife Attack | Joshua Bi
- 03/09/15--08:15: Kaaboo Del Mar | Jessie McConville
- 03/09/15--08:23: Burnbook | Ronnie Simon
- 03/10/15--08:28: Potential Iran Deal Draws Controversy | Elliot Cohen
- 04/03/15--08:15: Stress Less Week At CCA | Ronnie Simon
- 04/20/15--09:27: CCA Today | SKYLAR BINNEY
- 05/07/15--09:16: One Paseo | KELILA ROTTO
- 05/07/15--09:21: He For She | MICHELLE GOLDIE JACOBSON
The past few days have rocked the Middle East, reaching a breaking point for tensions that have been steadily building up since late last year. In December, a 27-year-old pilot in the Royal Jordanian Air Force, Lt. Moath al-Kasasbeh, was forced to eject from his F-16 fighter jet when it crash landed in territory controlled … Continue reading Jordan Fights Back | Brian Chekal
On average, 2.5 billion people fly on airplanes every year, according to Airport Watch UK. The majority of flights go off without a hitch and the passengers reach their intended destination. Unfortunately, this was not the case for TransAsia Airways flight GE235. On Wednesday, February 4, 2015, flight GE235 took off from Taiwan’s capital city … Continue reading TransAsia Airways Flight Crashes Four Minutes in to Flight | Audrey Do
Being part of this generation, we put up with some crazy new technology devices. These things span from the very useful iPhone to crazy things such as hologram keyboards. Many of these things are extremely useful and are used for many different reasons, but there are some new technology devices that may only turn you … Continue reading The Rise of the Selfie Stick | Ronnie Simon
The 57th annual Grammy Awards were presented last weekend in Los Angeles. The award ceremony is put on by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Scientists of the United States to recognize impressive achievements made in the music industry. Each time there are standout artists and performers, memorable red carpet-wear, and hilarious mistakes. This … Continue reading The 57th Grammy Awards | Jessie McConville
A recent measles outbreak in the United States reignited the debate over whether or not parents should be required to have their children vaccinated. The outbreak, which began in late December of 2014, originated at the Southern California Disneyland theme park and has now reached 17 states. A total of 125 cases of the disease … Continue reading Axe the Anti-Vaxx | Emily Abrishamkar
Above: Harry Potter Alliance co-founder, Andrew Slack, at TEDxYouth@SanDiego. “Hashtag activism”. Blogging. Online petitions. Social media has created an easy way to engage youth in changing the world. A less known form of activism that heavily uses social media is on the rise, and it is making a momentous difference; fan-based activism occurs when groups … Continue reading Fan Based Activism | Michelle Goldie Jacobson
With the amazing and fresh new fields opening up on campus and our Ravens utilizing every blade of grass and synthetic turf to carry them to victory, there seems to be one sport and one particularly laborious construction project that has been forgotten. Even without a home field to play or practice on, our varsity … Continue reading A New Start for Raven Baseball | Josh Dillen
Chelsea King, was last seen wearing running clothes in the Rancho Bernardo Community Park on February 25, 2010. Her body was found six days later. She was a seventeen year old high school student from Poway and while on a run she was abducted and killed by a known sex offender. I still remember seeing … Continue reading Finishing Chelsea’s Run | Kelila Rotto
With new technology breakthroughs coming out on what seems to be a daily basis, the question arises: Is everything really getting better? I mean, the way my phone acts now doesn’t seem too amazing. Obviously technology from movies isn’t a good measure of technological success in a generation, and there isn’t a clear, universal measure … Continue reading On the Future of Technology | Jakob Saloner
Measles, also called rubeola, is a highly contagious disease due to the fact that it is airborne. It can be spread when an infected person coughs or sneezes and other people inhale the droplets. The droplets remain contagious and active on surfaces for hours and therefore, people can become infected if they touch a surface … Continue reading Measles Outbreak Continues to Spread Worldwide | Audrey Do
American sports have progressed into a standard for big plays with a little capacity for extended attention from viewers. Along with little plays is a growing concern for safety. For example, are helmet standards regulated and standard in American football? Football helmets have been remade throughout the progression of the game. When the sport first … Continue reading Early Onset of Dementia and Death for American Football Players | Elliot Cohen
On Tuesday, March 2nd, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a controversial speech to Congress, sparking debate over America’s potential nuclear arms deal with Iran and the state of Middle Eastern affairs. In his address, Netanyahu was adamant in his opposition to US-led talks between Iran and the six world powers known as P5+1. The … Continue reading Benjamin Netanyahu Delivers Controversial Speech to Congress | Brian Chekal
The United States ambassador to South Korea was attacked on Thursday morning in Seoul by a man wielding a knife. Ambassador Mark Lippert was attending a breakfast meeting at a performing-arts center in Seoul when lone attacker wielding a 10-inch knife slashed his face and arm. Lippert was bleeding from his face and his arm as … Continue reading U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Injured in Knife Attack | Joshua Bi
Kaaboo Del Mar has recently released its stellar lineup for a brand new music festival scheduled for September 18th. SoCal now will now have their very own 3 day music festival at the Del Mar Racetracks. Many are thrilled to be able to participate in this event, but others worry about the consequences. It’s hard … Continue reading Kaaboo Del Mar | Jessie McConville
Mean Girls…the classic high school, drama filled movie. We all know it, have seen it, and quote from it ever so often. We may enjoy this movie but when it really comes down to it, no one would want to actually live this movie as their high school experience. Sorry to break it to you … Continue reading Burnbook | Ronnie Simon
The United States has recently been invaded by different opinions on how they should support Iran. The Middle Eastern conflicts involving the US have been a touchy subject recently. The Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, spoke on March third to Congress on Capitol Hill. The dramatic speech made the issue in Congress and the … Continue reading Potential Iran Deal Draws Controversy | Elliot Cohen
The dreaded midterms week. Where in one day you try and stuff more information in your head than you have the entire year. This one week is full of notecards, study guides, and stress. Unfortunately, being this stressed out about doing well on finals is unhealthy and not fun to be around. So, in order … Continue reading Stress Less Week At CCA | Ronnie Simon
With Canyon Crest Academy’s Business Management class in the midst of constructing business plans for their latest ideas, a group of students was able to create a new app by the name CCA Today. It became available to the public in the Apple App store as of April 10th, and has seen promotion from both … Continue reading CCA Today | SKYLAR BINNEY
For the past few weeks, you can barely go anywhere in Carmel Valley without seeing something about One Paseo; Ads, signs in lawns, and people outside stores asking for signatures. Recently, the San Diego City Council voted to approve the One Paseo project. Already, people are starting to gather signatures for a referendum. With all … Continue reading One Paseo | KELILA ROTTO
On March 8th, in celebration of International Women’s day, Emma Watson visited Facebook’s London headquarters to host a discussion about gender equality and her organization HeForShe. As the UN Goodwill Ambassador, Emma Watson, known for her role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films, has made it her mission to bridge the equality gap … Continue reading He For She | MICHELLE GOLDIE JACOBSON