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Encanto: The Animated Film of 2021?

Ena Arend, Reporter February 8, 2022

The hype began with an overwhelming barrage of Spotify ads. The users of free streaming services were suddenly bombarded with colorful trailers and loud music. This left a mixture of skeptical and excited...

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Spotify’s Newest Non-Genre

Abby Love and Danica Jordan December 10, 2021

On Dec. 1, the long-awaited Spotify Wrapped arrived, telling listeners stats like their top songs, artists, listening time and more. It was not without its criticism, however. From the frankly quite hideous...

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Rating Halloween Candy as Someone Who Hates Food

Autumn Brazele, Editor October 29, 2021

I've always been an incredibly picky eater. I’m autistic, and have a lot of trouble with the sensory aspects of food, and therefore have INCREDIBLY strong opinions on Halloween candy. Any other opinions...

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Lovejoy’s “Pebble Brain” Will Stay Stuck in Your Brain

Danica Jordan, Editor in Chief October 27, 2021

Sometimes, you just have those days where your life needs some romanticization. You need to be the main character of a coming of age movie. But no good movie is without its soundtrack. If you're looking...

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Face Coverings On Campus: CAHS Responds to Mask Mandate

Editorial Board October 14, 2021

While we're back on campus this year, things look a bit different. California mask mandates mean that CAHS has had to return to school in face coverings. According to the Escondido Unified High School...

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Cinderella 2021: A Fun but Disappointing Movie

Parker Saxon, Reporter September 23, 2021

In this "new" spin on "Cinderella", our main character Ella is a dressmaker in a female oppressive world. During a changing of the guard she disgraces the king and her own step-family, catching the rebellious...

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The Hidden Pandemic: Mental Health

Danica Jordan and A. Love June 3, 2021

The school year of 2020-2021 has been a difficult one. Classes have been strictly online for the majority of the year, leaving many students isolated from peers. This can take — and has taken — a toll...

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The Show Must Go On

Jacqueline Navarrette, Editor June 2, 2021

With COVID-19 affecting many extracurricular activities, school clubs, and even classes, the musical theater program was no exception. From losing their director to having to perform while following COVID-19...

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Mental, Physical, and Emotional: Keep Yourself Healthy

Elly Hamilton, Reporter May 12, 2021

Everybody has a day where they just feel gross. And with this pandemic, it seems everyday I, personally, feel gross. Working out, unwinding, and even a little pampering can go a long way!    There...

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The Problem With Cancel Culture

Danica Jordan, Editor in Chief April 7, 2021

It seems like it happens every single day. Trending topics proclaiming the evils of another artist, Youtuber or celebrity. We are all well aware of "cancel culture" as it's been dubbed. In fact, it's become...

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Homework: The True Reality Behind It

Sophia Wecker, Editor March 16, 2021

Homework. Something almost everyone in school—  no matter what age, grade or where they live—  all dread. But, why do we have homework?   In 1905, an Italian teacher named Roberto Nevilis...

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AP Exams at CAHS to be Taken Primarily From Home

Danica Jordan, Editor in Chief February 23, 2021

For those curious about how their AP Tests are going to look this year, we now have an answer. CAHS has decided to go along with the College Board's "Administration 2" plan for testing, which means exams...

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