Cyclone Hudhud devastates Indian coast

Catalin Wiese, Reporter
October 18, 2014
Filed under News, Uncategorized

Sunday morning, October 12, Tropical Cyclone Hudhud ravished the Eastern Coast of India for hours, uprooting trees, tearing down power lines, and demolishing crops and buildings. The states of Odisha and Andra Pradesh felt the brunt of the storm, buffeted by heavy rain and winds of up to 127 mph,...

President Obama appoints Ron Klain “Ebola Czar”

President Obama appoints Ron Klain “Ebola Czar”

Sabina Hahn, Editor-in-Chief
October 17, 2014
Filed under News

Washington D.C.— With the passing of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first U.S. patient diagnosed with Ebola, and two more confirmed cases, Ebola has the nation in a state of unrest. In response to the widespread panic, President Barack Obama met with his cabinet on Wednesday and Thursday, finally deciding...

Red carpets and ribbons

Red carpets and ribbons

Matthew Roberts, Editor in Chief
October 13, 2014
Filed under On-Campus

ESCONDIDO - The red carpet came rolling out the door on Thursday, October 2, as hundreds of distinguished parents and guests entered the new campus for an exclusive banquet hosted by Classical Academy’s executive director, Cameron Curry. The extravagant dinner offered an expansive selection of food...

The White House’s top three security measures

Ama Bonsu, Reporter
October 10, 2014
Filed under News

What comes to mind when thinking about the White House? Is it the president? Maybe the oval office? Its location? Perhaps its history — both the bad and the good. Its scandals as well as its liberty.  Its times of war and its times of peace. The olive branch and the arrow. Maybe one think’s about...

CAHS moves into the old North County Times building

CAHS moves into the old North County Times building

Jamie Brown, Reporter
October 6, 2014
Filed under On-Campus

Escondido - On September 26, 2014, Classical Academy High School made the official transition into the old North County Times building. The new school is all under one roof, meaning students no longer have to walk from building to building to get to class. "Walking all the way from art to English...

Apples smashed and homecoming court “sashed”

Apples smashed and homecoming court “sashed”

Olivia Jolley, Reporter
October 6, 2014
Filed under On-Campus

Escondido - Hordes of boisterous CAHS students poured into the Boys & Girls Club gymnasium on September 25, 2014. At the homecoming assembly, ASB announced spirit week dress-up days, the royal court, and the theme of the dance, “A Midnight in Manhattan.” ASB playfully revealed the theme...

The sound of Kettle

The sound of Kettle

Michaela Sanderson, Reporter
October 1, 2014
Filed under On-Campus

ESCONDIDO — An assortment of people and the smell of coffee fill Kettle Coffee & Tea in downtown Escondido on a daily basis. Locals know of this little shop due to its drinks and pastries, as well as its weekly open mic. It gives anyone the opportunity to share their vocal talents by simply signing...

200,000 flee Syria from ISIS attacks

Catalin Wiese, Reporter
September 30, 2014
Filed under News

Within the span of four days, an estimated 200,000 people have fled the Kurdish town of Kobane, also known as Ayn al-Arab. The people fear the Islamic State militants advancing on their hometown.

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