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Tik-Tok: The New Sensation

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...

ASA’s Living Timeline

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 will be hosting a "living timeline" with six interactive rooms for students. Each room has a theme pertaining to a certain period...

Cupid’s Day

Aislinn McEnaney and Caroline McKay

February 6, 2020

  High school relationships are often described as inconsistent, immature, and some would even say they are pointless. That doesn't stop some students at Clements High School from buddying up. There is a special day coming up to celebrate the ones you love. Valentine's Day is right around the corner....

Youtube Sued by The Government

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 ch...

Red Cross Blood Drive

Red Cross Blood Drive

Jose Ibarra and Ginger Williams

December 4, 2019

Clements High School is having a blood drive on Thursday, December 5th.  General Guidelines for Blood Donation Be in good general health and feeling well. Be at least 16 years old (16 years old with parental consent) Weigh at least 122 lbs.  Have not donated blood in the last 56 days.  ...

STEM Career Progression

STEM Career Progression

Laurenz Quinto

November 12, 2019

Thursday, November 14th, Clements TSA and the STEP Booster Club are sponsoring STEM Career Progression to be held in the Upstairs Lecture Hall from 3:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.   STEM Career Progression is an opportunity for students to hear about career pathways in STEM from a panel of profess...

Clements at CTMUN

Clements at CTMUN

Laurenz Quinto

November 9, 2019

Friday, Nov 1, the Clements Model United Nations Delegation left for The University of Texas at Austin to compete in the 25th annual Central Texas Model United Nations (CTMUN) Conference. With sponsor Mason McKie and chaperone Sarah Drake, eleven students attended the conference for three days. &...

Brent Event

Brent Event

Linda Refai

November 5, 2019

The Brent Event is an amazing event that took place on October 16th. The Brent event happens every year. It is a way to raise money for patients with Cancer. I was a volunteer at the event and I loved seeing everyone gather for a great cause. The morning of October 16th was a beautiful day. The weathe...

What is I-Lunch?

Laurenz Quinto and Sneha Balaji

August 23, 2019

After a few practices of Mega Lunch in the 2018-2019 school year, Clements High School has finally decided to implement to the one-lunch protocol beginning 2019. Mega Lunch underwent a rebranding, now being called Instructional Lunch, or most commonly known as I-Lunch.   The main rules are the same from previous lu...

My Lai Massacre

Natasha Biswas, Reporter

May 17, 2019

Smoke filled the sky as their village burned to the ground. The rivers ran red with the blood of innocents. The soil, forever tainted by the rotting corpses of children who will never grow up.   March 16, 1968. This date entails one the darkest days claimed by American history. Soldiers bel...

Senior Sunset

Senior Sunset

Natasha Biswas, Reporter

May 16, 2019

All around you stand the people you’ve known for four years. They were with you in your most joyful moments, but most importantly they were there to help you through your struggles. Four years have flown by (some moments faster than others) and now you will all go your separate ways. Even though you ...

Retrospective 2019

Retrospective 2019

Laurenz Quinto

May 13, 2019

Friday, May 3, the National Art Honor Society, with the aid of art teachers, Kelly Chen and Holly Gotula, hosted Retrospective, an event devoted to the artwork of Clements students.   The event commenced at 7 p.m., with the arrival of parents and students, eventually filling up the first f...

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