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Global issues summit educates community to take action

Global issues summit educates community to take action

Zehra Jaffari, Student Life Editor

March 24, 2017


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The Global Issues Summit (GIS), hosted by Clements High School’s Global Studies Academy, is hosting its 5th annual event. The Global Studies Academy is a program  that promotes awareness of current events, languages, and world cultures. As part of these specific studies, students run GIS to help the co...

Madden looks back as future awaits

Madden looks back as future awaits

Abby Gutierrez, Editor In Chief

March 10, 2017


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“It’s extremely bittersweet,” Clement’s very own coach and teacher Mike Madden said as he announces his decision to accept a new job opportunity with the Fort Bend district. Unfortunately, this means Madden will be leaving the school this spring with a heavy heart, but is excitedly looking...

Track races to victory

Track races to victory

Abby Gutierrez, Editor In Chief

March 10, 2017


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Clements boys and girls track has come back stronger than ever this year as they work harder and continue training to race to the top in districts and prepare for the upcoming season. During  tiring, daily practices and competitive, weekly meets, which take place Thursdays and Fridays, the team is provin...

Sickness takes over exemptions

Sickness takes over exemptions

Claire Myers, Editor in Chief

March 10, 2017


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Second semester of every school year is always stressful. It’s the last semester to improve grades before moving on to the next year of life. It’s the last semester before summer, and it’s also the semester that provides exemptions from exams. This obviously causes lots of stress for students bec...

student questions lying vs. truth

student questions lying vs. truth

Abby Gutierrez, Editor In Chief

March 10, 2017


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For many years parents have taken part in telling their children myths about Santa, Leprechauns, and the Tooth Fairy, and from their point of view, parents aim to spread joy and happiness to their kids during the holidays. But, what about what children think about this ultimate deception?   ...

St. Patrick’s Day spirit brings luck

St. Patrick’s Day spirit brings luck

Danny Coronado, Sports Editor

March 10, 2017


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St. Patrick's Day is a celebration founded by the Irish people a long time ago. Here in America it isn't as big a celebration as it is in Ireland. Although, some cities do celebrate it more than others. In Chicago, they turn the famous Chicago River completely green to bring luck to the city. St. Pat...

CHS staff member dreams big

CHS staff member dreams big

Claire Myers, Editor in Chief

March 10, 2017


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Mr. Eugene Howard, an impaired professional in the special education department, is planning on running for Congress and then the Senate in 2022.  Always having a burning desire and interest in history and political biography, he said that the moment his world was changed was the birth of his daughter. ...

Gomber takes on DECA district officer position

Gomber takes on DECA district officer position

Zehra Jaffari, Student Life Editor

March 10, 2017


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Only a sophomore, Dhruv Gomber, is the District 3 President of DECA. DECA, an international marketing club for students that has shaped Gomber and who he has become today. Not only has DECA helped Gomber grow as an emerging entrepreneur, but it has also helped him develop speaking and leadership skills ...

Green foods bring festive light to St. Patrick’s Day

Green foods bring festive light to St. Patrick’s Day

Divvya Seernani, Managing Editor

March 7, 2017


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Unless there’s a way of finding a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow with leprechaun friends before March 17, we’ll have to find alternate ways of staying in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day. The best way to do this without making it a hassle this year is through the sugar craves we can all re...

National School Breakfast Week arrives!

National School Breakfast Week arrives!

Kun Hong, Features Editor

March 7, 2017


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This week is National School Breakfast Week. In order to celebrate it, the school’s cooks will be preparing different special breakfast items each day that would not normally be seen in our cafeteria.   Below is the complete menu of this week’s special breakfasts. Each of these items will be ...

Rodeo season kicks off this Spring

Rodeo season kicks off this Spring

Zehra Jaffari, Student Life Editor

March 7, 2017


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Funnel cake, cowboy boots, and attractions, the Rodeo is here! With Spring Break just around the corner, Houston has many different activities, events, and places to attend. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is a series of events taking place this March 7-26, 2017 where the public can participate in v...

10 Spring Break destinations

10 Spring Break destinations

Ruhee Marfathia, Viewpoint's Editor

March 6, 2017


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Los Angeles Los Angeles is the place to be all year especially over Spring Break. Visit LA to witness an eccentric nightlight, experience all things Hollywood, shop on Rodeo Drive, hang out at Santa Monica Pier, and look out for all the amazing actors, singers, directors, and more. After a long d...

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