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Youtube Sued by The Government

Jose Ibarra, Reporter | January 24, 2020

As per the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), companies are not allowed to collect data from children under the age of 13. Google is no exception to following these regulations.   YouTube announced its plan to have creators label any videos of theirs that may appeal to children. Starting in January 2020, if creators mark a video as directed at kids, data collection will...

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Dua Adil, Reporter | October 15, 2019

At any given moment, there are countless events occurring all across America. It’s important to fully understand what they mean and their impact on our country. At the moment, the impeachment of President Donald Trump has been a hot topic. Impeachment is the process by which the lower house of a legislature brings charges against a civil officer of government for crimes alleged to have been committed,...

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Tik-Tok: The New Sensation
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Tik-Tok: The New Sensation

Ginger Williams and Jose Ibarra | March 6, 2020

Tik-Tok has become the new sensation of the social media world. After Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat, Tik-Tok made its first appearance in 2016. Now, it is a widely known topic of conversation in the younger generations, including here in the hallways of our school.   Senior Claire Swonke enjoys Tik-Tok, but she had no idea just how much she would love the app when she downloaded it.   “I...

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Dua Adil and Jose Ibarra | March 6, 2020

Spring break is right around the corner! With the issue of the Coronavirus still being at large, we asked some of our rangers what their plans were for the break and how they felt about the Coronavirus. We also asked what they're most excited about coming back from the break.  Chris Boyd What are your plans for Spring Break? I plan on just sitting around here in Houston, might go to San...

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Caroline McKay and Aislinn McEnaney | December 4, 2019

Basketball season is upon us, and there are high expectations for our boys in blue. Prior to the games, the boys have been extensively practicing and putting in work to lead our teams to victory! The coaches have been pushing the boys to work their hardest and keep a competitive mindset while maintaining good sportsmanship.    Coach Daughters is a new addition to Clements basketball. He...

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New Football Coaches

Caroline McKay and Aislinn McEnaney | September 30, 2019

Clements has a long-established  football program. The core of the team operation is the coaches. They teach the boys leadership and how to be respectable young men. The Ranges welcome four new coaches to the football family: Stephen Danielson, Austin Walton, Jason Haddock, and Dante Alexander. We took the time to talk to them about their new positions. This is Walton’s first year of coaching...

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Swimming All The Way to State

Ashley LaDoucieur | March 5, 2019

The Clements swim team gets better and accomplishes more every single year and 2018-2019 is no different. Rangers including Sophomore Meredith Brown and Jack Hendrickson were in the top ten at state in Austin. Meredith Brown was a bronze medalist and got an official spot on the top 3 podium and Jack Hendrickson got 8th place. The 200 relay team also got a bronze medal. Overall this year's swim season...

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