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- 05/17/15--12:46: _Earthquake in Nepal...
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- 02/17/15--08:27: _The Rise of the Sel...
- 02/20/15--08:33: _Fan Based Activism ...
- 02/23/15--09:22: _On the Future of Te...
- 03/04/15--08:36: _Early Onset of Deme...
- 09/02/15--22:21: _What is That’s So R...
- 09/08/15--08:23: _Reasons to Build a ...
- 09/16/15--08:29: _Students in the Dig...
- 09/28/15--08:27: _KAABOO Festival | L...
- 09/30/15--08:15: _CCA Field Day | Ell...
- 05/06/16--09:20: _Trump vs Hillary | ...
- 05/09/16--08:08: _How to Survive AP T...
- 05/13/16--09:07: _Israel vs Palestine...
- 05/16/16--08:55: _Pop Style | Max Gre...
- 05/18/16--08:31: _Robot Wars | Leon I...
- 05/19/16--10:47: _Prom Tips | Leah Bloom
- 05/20/16--08:49: _Siblings Leaving fo...
- 05/26/16--21:23: _Teacher’s First Job...
- 05/17/15--12:46: Earthquake in Nepal | Audrey Do
- 12/05/14--13:02: A Message from Pulse Magazine
- 01/12/15--08:16: What Is Anxiety? | Skylar Binney
- 02/17/15--08:27: The Rise of the Selfie Stick | Ronnie Simon
- 02/20/15--08:33: Fan Based Activism | Michelle Goldie Jacobson
- 02/23/15--09:22: On the Future of Technology | Jakob Saloner
- 09/02/15--22:21: What is That’s So Raven?
- 09/08/15--08:23: Reasons to Build a Computer
- 09/16/15--08:29: Students in the Digital Age
- 09/28/15--08:27: KAABOO Festival | Leah Bloom
- 09/30/15--08:15: CCA Field Day | Elliot Cohen
- 05/06/16--09:20: Trump vs Hillary | Elliot Cohen
- 05/09/16--08:08: How to Survive AP Tests | Sammy Benbow
- 05/13/16--09:07: Israel vs Palestine | Joe Altaffer
- 05/16/16--08:55: Pop Style | Max Greenhalgh
- 05/18/16--08:31: Robot Wars | Leon Idelchik
- 05/19/16--10:47: Prom Tips | Leah Bloom
- 05/20/16--08:49: Siblings Leaving for College | Ronnie Simon
- 05/26/16--21:23: Teacher’s First Jobs | Ashlyn Finkbeiner
Nepal is a landlocked, mountainous country in South Asia. It is home to Mount Everest and is bordered by China and India. In April 2015, a 7.8 Mw earthquake shook this nation. It killed over 8,000 people and injured over 19,000 people. It was the worst natural disaster in Nepal since the earthquake in 1934. … Continue reading Earthquake in Nepal | Audrey Do
Dear CCA Community, Pulse Magazine is the student-run news magazine of Canyon Crest Academy. Although we are a high school publication, we hold ourselves to the same journalistic standards as any professional publication or news organization would. In our last issue, we failed to meet these standards and as such, it is our responsibility to correct … Continue reading A Message from Pulse Magazine
18.1 percent of the United States adult population suffers from anxiety disorder. It is among the most common mental illnesses in America and continues to effect approximately 40 million Americans. Girls are more at risk of developing anxiety and mood disorders as opposed to boys. This issue takes place in many areas of one’s life, … Continue reading What Is Anxiety? | Skylar Binney
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
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 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
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
In case you were wondering, That’s So Raven is CCA’s first advice column! It is completely anonymous and we will answer your questions about the fun and exciting experience of High School. It’s not just for the freshmen, it’s for everybody!! So, go check it out and email your questions to email@example.com!! Click here –> … Continue reading What is That’s So Raven?
Reasons to Build a Computer by Jakob Saloner When most people go to the store to buy a computer, they have no real idea about what they are looking for. They speak to the employee wandering about the aisles and you tell them their needs, and walk home with something that has most of the … Continue reading Reasons to Build a Computer
Students in the Digital Age by Ashlyn Finkbeiner I think every student can agree that one of the most satisfying sounds is at the end of class hearing everyone shove paper into their backpacks and binders while they are getting ready to leave. Lately, that sound seems to be dying down. Schools have been trying to conform … Continue reading Students in the Digital Age
KAABOO Festival by Leah Bloom Last weekend, the first annual Kaaboo Festival came to the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Many didn’t know what to expect and wondered if it would make a big enough splash to be a reoccurring thing, but like myself, they were thoroughly impressed. Having to compete with already famous music festivals such … Continue reading KAABOO Festival | Leah Bloom
CCA Field Day by Elliot Cohen CCA has continued the Raven Wellness campaign from last year and has produced Field Day. Field Day in nature is a collaborative day between teachers and students that allows the school to step aside from the academics and take a break for the day. Before describing what Field Day … Continue reading CCA Field Day | Elliot Cohen
Trump vs Hillary by Elliot Cohen Donald Trump has been given the red carpet towards the Republican nomination. With Ted
How to Survive AP Tests by Sammy Benbow Once again, it’s that time of year. For many kids across San
Israel VS Palestine by Joe Altaffer There have been disputes between the Palestinians and the Israelis regarding the land
Pop Style by Max Greenhalgh Ah, pop music. You have taken such a fall from grace. When I was younger,
Robot Wars by Leon Idelchik CCA was a School founded in the principle of discovering oneself and making the most
Prom Tips by Leah Bloom The weekend is quickly approaching, and there’s one thing that’s on every upperclassman’s mind: Prom.
Siblings Leaving for College by Ronnie Simon 2,430.25 miles. This is the distance I will have to travel next year
Teacher’s First Jobs by Ashlyn Finkbeiner We all know the feeling when we see a teacher outside of school. We