Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

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Pablo Martin playing Barry in the One Act Play.

Drama’s finale

Jordyn White, Staff Writer June 6, 2016

[slideshow_deploy id='58536'] The drama department's final production of the year, One Act Play Festival, premiered last Thursday and ran until Saturday evening. The two plays featured in the festival...

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Sanders campaign a lost cause

Sanders campaign a lost cause

Jordyn White, Staff Writer May 28, 2016

With the general election looming in the distance, and Donald Trump all but securing the Republican nomination, eyes have shifted to the ever-growing tensions within the Democratic party. Hillary Clinton,...

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Cam High students take on new SAT

Cam High students take on new SAT

Jordyn White, Staff Writer April 1, 2016

The redesigned SAT test was launched across the United States on March 5, and at a testing center located at Cam High, a group of over 100 students from Cam High and other local schools participated in...

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Mrs. Kennedy teaches bisecting angles during her fifth period Math 2 class.

Scorps Spotlight 10: Mrs. Irina Kennedy

Jordyn White, Staff Writer March 8, 2016

Few teachers at Cam High sport a personal history as interesting as math teacher Mrs. Irina Kennedy. Kennedy was born in the Russian capital of Moscow where she spent a majority of her early life....

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Shot in the dark

Shot in the dark

Jordyn White, Staff Writer February 5, 2016

Too many people still vehemently protest rigid gun control, and it's killing America. Every year, the lack of gun control laws in the United States results in thousands of gun-related deaths and injuries. For...

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Local bands raise funds for Cam High Lymphoma patient

Local bands raise funds for Cam High Lymphoma patient

Jordyn White, Staff Writer January 21, 2016

[slideshow_deploy id='55754'] A local band featuring two Cam High students is planning a benefit concert for a fellow student diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Dakotta Solomon, freshman, was diagnosed...

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Photo by: Athena Quddus

Fire alarm malfunctions in rainy weather

Jordyn White, Staff Writer January 11, 2016

In the midst of rainy conditions, a sporadic series of fire alarms sounded over Cam High during first period on Wednesday Jan 6. The alarms went off a few minutes into the allotted homeroom period....

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Staff Parking Spaces sit vacated in front of the office; 27 teachers are estimated to be absent this Friday, leading to possible school-wide complications.

Winter break, state championship a perfect storm for absences Friday

Jordyn White, Staff Writer December 17, 2015

27 staff members are expected to be absent the day before the start of winter break according to Cam High office staff, causing a potential shortage in the number of teachers and substitute teachers necessary...

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Universal Studios Hollywood will be hosting Cam Highs senior grad night this year.

Grad night to be held at Universal Studios

Jordyn White, Staff Writer December 9, 2015

Update: A morning announcement on Wednesday Dec. 16 announced that Grad Night's recent venue change to Universal Studios Hollywood has been rescinded, returning the event to California Adventure Park at...

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A plagiarism handout, one of two handed out in all first period homerooms.

Stricter plagiarism policy to be imposed

Jordyn White, Staff Writer December 1, 2015

Cam High will enact a new plagiarism policy in the coming weeks. The new protocol clarifies the definition of plagiarism and aims to prevent any sort of plagiarism before it begins by authorizing harsher...

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Jay Hembree watches as Scorpions compete in the Mummy Wrap game, covering each other in toilet paper.

Homecoming Highlights

Jordyn White , Staff Writer November 13, 2015

[slideshow_deploy id='46928']   Fifties-themed spirit days, a booming rally, and a victorious football game fueled the excitement during last week's homecoming preparations, culminating in...

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Red and processed meat has again been called unhealthy by the WHO.

Controversial study reiterates supposed dangers of red and processed meat

Jordyn White, Staff Writer November 2, 2015

A new study published by the World Health Organization (WHO) last week determined that processed and red meats present a genuine health risk to frequent consumers. According to the WHO, people who consume...

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