The jazz band, the women’s choir and the chamber choir filled the school’s cafeteria on Oct. 29 with rich voices and music from classic and modern pieces. Conducted by Rian Rodriguez , Music Department, the annual fall choir concert was … Continue reading Fall choir concert strikes the right note on debut night
Sixty percent of disabled students in the US. report being harassed and mocked because of their disabilities. Consequently, Charger Pals seeks to make a difference at the school. While each club possesses its own unique purpose, Charger Pals stands out … Continue reading Charger Pals club members form friendships with Special Ed students
When thinking of a sport, the images that come to mind usually involve heavily muscled athletes, sweat and pain, graceful movements and unimaginable dexterity and agility. Recently, there was a world championship tournament in which the winning team received more … Continue reading Sports both on the field and on the screen
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 | Vol. M | No.3 Continue reading November 2014 Issue
1. You and a couple of your friends are in a car, and one of your friends is driving badly. What do you do? A. Tell the driver how to improve his or her driving, or say that you should … Continue reading Quiz: Are you a control freak?
Minutes after Thomas Duncan was officially diagnosed as the first person in the U.S. to have Ebola, news stations around the nation flashed headlines with dramatic titles that spelt out doom for Americans via the Ebola virus. Accompanying this was … Continue reading Ebola hysteria: an epic epidemic?
Arianna Chen leaves a legacy all on her own Continue reading Athlete of the Month
The varsity boys water polo team dove eagerly into the pool with a focused, winning mentality against Willow Glen. “We played Willow Glen recently. It was a close game, partially because of the refereeing and partially because we didn’t play to our potential. But we came into the game confident, and came out of it with a victory,” said Sohil Kshirsagar ’16. The school backed up their talk. Any doubts of them losing were erased as the Chargers took a 6-0 lead by the end of the first quarter. The game got no easier for the Rams, who managed to … Continue reading Boys water polo dives head-on into the post season
As the final buzzer sounded on Thursday, Nov. 6 at Westmont, signaling the end of not only the game but also the season, the varsity girls’ field hockey team finished as the fourth team out of eight in its competitive league with a final record of 8-6-1. This game was the last one that they played as Chargers, and this thought caused them to walk off the field with a bittersweet feeling. “Even though we lost, it was much sadder to hug my teammates, especially the seniors, good bye. We had all become so close and not practicing with them … Continue reading Girls’ field hockey shows immense progress
In a sport where individual talent is at times more important than team play, the varsity girls’ tennis team has attained unparalleled success by breaking that stereotype with teamwork and collaboration. Over the course of the past few years, the girls have maintained excellent records; the team this year has taken up the mantle with yet another undefeated league record of 14-0. In fact, what would have been a difficult transition as the entirety of last year’s doubles lineup left transformed into an exceptional season under the direction of Head Coach Pam Headley . In the recent Blossom Valley Athletics … Continue reading Girls’ tennis finishes 14-0