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The team at Fort Worth for the competition
Clements Cheer UIL Sate Spirit Competition
Sofia Lashari, Reporter • February 10, 2021

On Jan. 14, the Clements Cheer team competed at the UIL State Spirit competition at Fort Worth. The team ended finals by placing 17th overall and 12th in the crowd leading division. I talked to senior Synnove Lawrence about her experience in cheer this year as well as the competition.    “As a cheerleader it's our job to keep everyone else’s spirits high in the midst of all the craziness,...

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African-American studies course to be offered 2021-2022 school year
African-American studies course to be offered 2021-2022 school year
Eira Mann and Tori Wojciechowski January 21, 2021

Nearly three years after the discovery of the Sugar Land 95, where does Fort Bend ISD stand on keeping its promise to honor and educate? February, of 2018, during the construction...

December Events (2020)
December Events (2020)
Ireland Blouin, Editor-In-Chief • December 4, 2020

We’re in the home stretch of this semester! Let’s finish off strong rangers! Here are some important dates to take note of before you enjoy your break.   Save...

Queen and King.
Homecoming Court
Caroline McKay and Aislinn McEnaney November 19, 2020

On Wednesday, Oct. 28, the Clements high school Homecoming coronation took place on Ranger field. The week before the coronation students were able to vote for the faculty...

Clements's Virtual Club Night
November 3, 2020

Last week, Clements High School hosted their annual club night to introduce students to new clubs available for them to join. However, this was the first year that club night...

October Events (2020)
October Events (2020)
Ireland Blouin, Editor-In-Chief • October 13, 2020

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month! At the bottom of this article, you will find a few organizations that support the survivors and people who are currently struggling...

ASA
ASA's Living Timeline
Leila Stewart February 19, 2020

February is Black History Month and the African Student Association is hosting their annual black history event on Thursday, Feb. 27 at 6 p.m. at Clements. This year they...

Cupid's Day
February 6, 2020
Red Cross Blood Drive
Red Cross Blood Drive
December 4, 2019
STEM Career Progression
STEM Career Progression
November 12, 2019
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Why we need ASA
Why we need ASA
Leila Stewart March 6, 2020

I am the president of the African Student Association. Like any club, we have to learn how to manage meetings, socials, events, dues, and all the other usual stress that comes...

George Zimmerman in court in Florida in 2013. (Joe Burbank / Orlando Sentinel)
Zimmerman Back at it
Ireland Blouin, Reporter • February 10, 2020

After shooting and killing your 17-year-old unarmed son and putting you through months of emotional stress, only to be acquitted of all charges, surely there is no more I...

Photo by Adrian Pacini
Taming of The Shrew
Natasha Biswas, Reporter • November 3, 2019

  The Clements Theatre Company performed Taming of the Shrew for their annual Fall Production. This show was also the new theatre director’s debut at Clements High...

My Journey To Senior Year
My Journey To Senior Year
Ginger Williams, Co-Editor in Chief • November 1, 2019

“Ginger, You’re Accepted!” As soon as I read those words atop the Baylor website, I was at a loss for my own. I could not believe my eyes as I watched the fireworks...

The Problem With College Board
The Problem With College Board
Chirag Mangnaik, Reporter • November 1, 2019

College Board changed the deadline for AP registration for the 2019-2020 school year. This year, the deadline is November 1, 2019. And it makes no sense. College Board’s...

In same-sex relationships, couples are often asked: "Who wears the pants in the relationship?" or "Who
Is Heterophobia Real?
April 30, 2019
Thoughts on Body Image
Thoughts on Body Image
April 28, 2019
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Taiwan Student Teachers
Ireland Blouin and Ciara Sanchez November 1, 2019

Eight thousand twenty miles. A twenty-hour flight. Traveling across the ocean from Taiwan could not have been easy for these four Soochow students and their professor, but they did it to further their education.   Last month, Lu Ho Fang, Yu Yen Wang, Wu Hsiao Lien, and Jr-Rong Huang, or Grace Lu, Sabrina Wang, Agnes Wu, and Melody Huang, respectively, as well as their professor, Dr. James...

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A Touch of Inage: Japanese Exchange Students at Clements
A Touch of Inage: Japanese Exchange Students at Clements
Laurenz Quinto October 23, 2019

In the week of October 7, 2019, students from Inage Senior High School traveled all the way from Chibe, Japan to experience the American high school culture here at Clements.   “They are excited to study in Clements High School,” Mrs. Lidzuka, one of four teachers who chaperoned the students on the trip, said.   It is the second time Inage students have visited Clements since...

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Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation
Ireland Blouin, Editor-In-Chief • November 1, 2020

Following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in by Justice Clarence Thomas as a Supreme Court justice at a White House ceremony Monday, Oct. 26. The Senate has voted 52-48 to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, just about a week before Election Day and 30 days after she was nominated by President Trump to fill the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader...

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The 2nd/Last Presidential Debate
Jacqueline Chin October 28, 2020

It was quite a surprise to see a return to civility in the second and last presidential debate before the election on Nov. 3. Following a tumultuous first debate, the socially-distanced in-person debate at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. on Oct. 23 was a welcome change of pace due to two key policies: muted mics during the first two minutes of each opponent’s response and a firm moderator...

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One dead after Denver protest shooting.
Tori Wojciechowski October 20, 2020

On Saturday, Oct. 10, two groups were protesting the Black Lives Matter movement in a courtyard near the Denver Arts Museum. When arguments broke out, a security guard fired his weapon, killing one man.  According to CNN, on Monday the body was identified as Lee Keltner, 49. The autopsy revealed that the cause of death was from a gunshot wound. It is speculated that the man who shot Lee Keltner...

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