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Ms. Kaylene Barker stands in front of a food storage closet proudly showing the donated food for the families in need.
RCHS’s S.O.S. hosts a backpack program and annual Thanksgiving food drive
Isabella Moran and Shareen Siddiqui, Media Manager and Copy Editor • November 18, 2022

Rancho Cucamonga High School’s Support Our Students (S.O.S.) Program assists RCHS students and families in need. Students can donate supplies...

The Eras Tour” queue moments after many fans found themselves at the beginning of the line.
Want tickets for Taylor Swift? Too bad!
Ty Waymire, Staff Reporter • November 18, 2022

Since the last time American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift had been on tour was mid 2018 promoting her sixth album “Reputation,” the releases...

Senior Keh’tila Turner is one of Guerrero’s psychology students. This is her egg and what she keeps her egg in so it doesn’t break.
Mrs. Guerrero conducts the great egg project
Sierra Hall, Staff Reporter • November 2, 2022

Many high schools throughout the years have conducted the baby experiment. This experiment is when students are responsible, for a few weeks,...

Sweet treats are a staple of the Halloween season.
Best Halloween candy
Lauren Maldonado, Section Editor • October 24, 2022

Halloween is a big holiday celebrated every year on Oct. 31. It celebrates All Hallows Eve, where people dress up and go trick-or-treating with...

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The Al Rihla 2022 match ball is displayed in front of the Qatar skyline before the 2022 FIFA World Cup begins.
World Cup kicks off
Ethan Nelson, Staff Reporter • November 29, 2022

Every four years FIFA hosts a tournament with 32 nations to decide who will be the champion of the soccer world. The event has been held in various...

Rancho’s JV defensive line gets ready pre-snap ready to snuff the Etiwanda offense.
Junior varsity football season comes to an end
Ethan Nelson, Staff Reporter • November 28, 2022

The Rancho Cucamonga High School’s junior varsity football team’s season ended with a record of  2-8. RCHS’s JV team had a demanding schedule...

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Princess Rhaenyra stands in front of the Iron Throne, with her dragon in the background
“House of the Dragon” reveals the misogynistic reality of Westeros
Lionel Getten, News Editor • November 28, 2022

The first season of the HBO spinoff show “House of the Dragon” recently concluded, giving audiences the opportunity to compare this season...

Cougarettes performing at half-time varsity football game
Cougarettes cheer clinic welcomes kids to cheer at game
Shareen Siddiqui, Copy Editor • October 25, 2022

Rancho Cucamonga High School’s cheer program hosted its annual Cougarettes cheer clinic on Friday, Oct. 21 at the varsity home football game...

The Al Rihla 2022 match ball is displayed in front of the Qatar skyline before the 2022 FIFA World Cup begins.
World Cup kicks off
Ethan Nelson, Staff Reporter • November 29, 2022

Every four years FIFA hosts a tournament with 32 nations to decide who will be the champion of the soccer world. The event has been held in various...

Rancho’s JV defensive line gets ready pre-snap ready to snuff the Etiwanda offense.
Junior varsity football season comes to an end
Ethan Nelson, Staff Reporter • November 28, 2022

The Rancho Cucamonga High School’s junior varsity football team’s season ended with a record of  2-8. RCHS’s JV team had a demanding schedule...

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