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RCHS administration decided to temporarily pause the painting of murals.
News
Rancho Cucamonga High School puts a pause on mural making on campus
Kassidy Coleman, Assistant Editor in Chief • January 31, 2023

With the ongoing construction on campus, Rancho Cucamonga High School administration decided to temporarily pause the painting of murals. According...

Photo Byline: Technological advancements have surpassed what we would have thought in the past century, allowing us to efficiently and effectively advance in the current 21st century.
News
Celebrating National Inventors Day
Fozaan Noor, Staff Reporter • January 31, 2023

On Saturday, Feb. 11, 2023, the United States of America will celebrate National Inventors Day to commemorate famous inventors, as well as their...

 Multicolored Hearts for Valentines Day
Student Life
Where did Valentine´s Day come from?
Sierra Hall, Staff Reporter • January 31, 2023

Every year on Feb. 14, people around the U.S. and other parts of the world celebrate one of the more romantic holidays: Valentine's Day. Every...

A cheeseburger from RCHS.
Student Life
What's for lunch? Students discuss cafeteria food at RCHS
Bailee Small and Teagan Backer January 31, 2023

Everybody has their own opinions on school lunch, but it seems as if nobody really questions where or how it’s made.  According to the...

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Gen Z” is a generation of true cycle-breakers as they realize unhealthy patterns and work to heal. Photo used with permission from unsplash.com.
Breaking the cycle of generational trauma
Nimrah Khan, Editor-in-Chief • January 31, 2023

Past generations came from times of war, oppression, brutality, and imperialism when survival was of utmost priority. Many immigrated to the...

The RCHS girls basketball team huddled up before their match against Upland Highschool
Sports
Girls basketball heads towards CIF
Elizabeth Sanchez Cano, Staff Reporter • January 30, 2023

The RCHS girls basketball team is in the midst of a victorious season. Since the very beginning of the season, girls basketball has had many...

Girls Water Polo defeats Los Osos in one of their first games of the season
Sports
Girls water polo season starts off with a bang!
Lauren Maldonado, Student Life Editor • January 30, 2023

The RCHS Girls Water Polo team is celebrating a four-game winning streak. To begin with, the defeated rival Los Osos High School 11-4 on Tuesday,...

Kai strikes a pose showing class and confidence!
A&E
Kai Wener blasts into the intergalactic life of being a child actor!
Bailee Small, Staff Reporter • January 31, 2023

Charming, hard-working, charismatic, and humorous are words that describe the innovative child actor, Kai Wener. Wener is a freshman at Rancho...

Caroline Quanstrom performs a monologue in drama club
A&E
The First annual drama and Creative Writing Club competition
Lauren Maldonado, Section Editor • January 30, 2023

The RCHS Creative Writing Club partnered up with Drama Club to host the first monologue competition entitled “Page to Stage,” offering students...

I implore you to actually read this article
Op-ed
Reading only headlines makes you stupid
January 24, 2023

“San Francisco supervisors vote to allow police to use robots to kill” This is a headline from a previous CNN story that caused some confusion....

Electric vehicles are being fueled by the proposed 1.75% tax increase toward individuals who make $2 million or more annually.
Op-ed
Corporate greed was Prop 30’s downfall
Lionel Getten, News Editor • December 19, 2022

The November 8th election gave voters the opportunity to decide the fate of various propositions, one of which being Prop 30. According to...

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