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  • Playing the Game Beyond the Limits of Sight

    Playing the Game Beyond the Limits of Sight

    Kirra Lunow, Staff Writer

    The renowned game of chess can be mentally demanding enough for many, but several students are taking the game to a new extreme, as they compete in blindfolded chess games through the Chess Club. The club was originally formed in order to share the game of chess with other students on campus. “I wanted to start a chess community becau...

  • Teacher Quiz Answers
    Teacher Life

    Teacher Quiz Answers

    Kyla Kim and Josh Whalen, Staff Writers

      Question 1: a) basketball and swimming Question 2: True Question 3: d) Tanaka Farms Question 4: False (she has a fraternal twin) Question 5: True Question 6: b) Guatemala Question 7: d) juggling Question 8: a) a UPS driver ("Yes, I wore that brown uniform and drove that brown truck," Dawson said.) Question 9: b) Wolf Question...

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  • Academic Decathlon dominates with first places in all categories
    Group Spotlight, School Events

    Academic Decathlon dominates with first places in all categories

    Ashna Paul, A&E Editor

    Arduous hours of poring over World War II packets and practicing speeches paid off: Academic Decathlon members senior Angela Gadon, juniors William Tong and Daniel Kang placed first in their respective categories according to their GPAs and received a $1,000 scholarship. The competition consists of 10 different parts with questions pertaining to...

    Academic Decathlon members express their jo and excitement in receiving a $3,000 scholarship for the school and having numerous members winning scholarships themselves.

    Angela Gadon

  • Staying JoshStrong: finding strength in sorrow
    Student Profile

    Staying JoshStrong: finding strength in sorrow

    Claire Josey, Staff Writer

    To sophomore Claire Wong, her younger brother Joshua Wong was a source of joy which she thought would never be taken away from her. Even at the tender age of 11, many have considered Joshua Wong to have been a Renaissance Man, excelling not only in academics, but also on his All-Star baseball team. Sadly, a rare pediatric brain tumor known as D...

    Joshua Wong gazes at the home plate during a game with his baseball team.

    Claire Wong

Emily Yu: stretching her way to fame

Emily Yu: stretching her way to fame

Sophia Leimer, Staff Writer

  For four years sophomore Emily Yu has been swept away by the art of movement, polishing her technique and growing as a dancer. She started dancing at the age of...

April 21, 2017

Dance team embodies their character to first

Dance team embodies their character to first

The dance team competed in a state dance competition...

Luck was in the air for color guard

Luck was in the air for color guard

On March 26, color guard capped off their penultimate...

Celebrating the gift of dance without dancing

Celebrating the gift of dance without dancing

Music echoed throughout the building, dancers in extrav...

Writer’s Block: finding the “write” words

Writer’s Block: finding the “write” words

Ink flows across sheets of paper as members write poems...

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Spiking down the Vaqueros in an exciting victory

Spiking down the Vaqueros in an exciting victory

John Choi, Staff Writer

In their game against the Irvine High Vaqueros, the Warriors won their second volleyball league game (3-1) as the visitor team on April 13. The first set came pretty close...

April 21, 2017

Stefan Dostanic dominates the national court

Stefan Dostanic dominates the national court

Tyriq Clipper

In only his second year as a warrior, sophomore Stefan Dostanic has showed promise as a tennis player by achieving a five-star recruiting rank according to the Tennis Recruiting...

April 21, 2017

Track trains at Olympic facility

Track trains at Olympic facility

The track and field team trained at the Chula Vista...

March Madness: the fiery legacy of collegiate basketball

March Madness: the fiery legacy of collegiate basketball

What is March Madness? Each year, the National Col...

Throwing it back to high school sports with staff members

Throwing it back to high school sports with staff members

Despite their academic careers, many faculty members...

Plans to shuffle CIF leagues in discussion

Plans to shuffle CIF leagues in discussion

California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) is considering...

Sporty duo take on Game of the Weeks with spirit and pride

Sporty duo take on Game of the Weeks with spirit and pride

Out of the 48 percent of students that play sports,...

Leaders of basketball: Alyssa Cadavona and Lauren Lum

Leaders of basketball: Alyssa Cadavona and Lauren Lum

As the basketball whirls through the air and slams...

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The rise of a freshman champion

The rise of a freshman champion

John Choi, Staff Writer

Freshman Naomi Hampton placed first in the National History Day (NHD) competition at Orange County Education Department in Costa Mesa for her performance as a woman acting as a spy in a war-torn Britain during the heart of...

April 21, 2017

Charging up with robotics

Charging up with robotics

Joel Whitson, Staff writer

The Charging Champions robotics team, consisting of 21 high school students from Irvine Unified School District (IUSD), is preparing for the upcoming robotic competition in Houston. The first robotics competition which occurs...

April 21, 2017

Irvine on cloud nine with high score in happiness

Irvine on cloud nine with high score in happiness

Irvine has been ranked as the third happiest city in...

Unveiling the curtains to a new theater

With the Irvine Unified School District (IUSD) pla...

Anticipating a new era of ASB successors

Anticipating a new era of ASB successors

On March, 10 the Associated Student Body (ASB) election...

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