Chronicle online finalist for Pacemaker

Chronicle online was one of 30 finalists selected Thursday for the 2014-2015 National Scholastic Press Association Online Pacemaker competition. The finalists were selected by three anonymous judges from 172 entries and the winners will be announced at the NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention in Denver April 18.  

Students protest bathroom closing on social media

Students reacted to the closing of the girls’ restroom on the first floor of the Seaver Academic Center by putting up new posters and using social media to promote women’s empowerment around campus. The restroom was shut down for several days last week after it was vandalized with purple lipstick with messages such as “Please, […]

Robotics team competes at regionals

Robotics Club took 19 students to Rancho Mirage High School Feb. 27 for the Inland Empire FIRST Robotics Regional Competition. The competition lasted until March 1 and the team played Recycle Rush, a recycling-themed game in which two teams of three robots each score points by properly disposing of game pieces. The club started working on their […]

Musicians combine for Major Works Concert

The Symphony orchestra, Bel Canto, Wolverine Chorus and Chamber Singers combined to perform “Alles Was Ihr Tut” Friday night, in their biennial concert, A Concert of Major Works, at the First Presbyterian Church in Santa Monica. The concert was conducted by performing arts teacher Mark Hilt and Rodger Guerrero and accompanist Sara Shakliyan. The program […]

On-campus thefts up 8 %

Deans are advising students to lock up their valuables as a result of an 8 percent increase this year in on-campus theft during school hours, head of security Jim Crawford said Thursday. Although a visiting sports team was implicated in major theft earlier in the year, the more recent incidents have happened during the day. […]

How about a little respect?

After three hours of a summer practice, I’m sweaty, bruised and have gone to see trainer Milo Sini about getting my wrist wrapped at least twice. My teammates and I have gone through 7 a.m. morning runs, hours of sit-ups and countless burpees. Like many other varsity athletes, we dedicate our after-school and many weekend […]