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The Eraser Challenge, once popular during the late 2010s, calls for young kids to rub their arms with erasers until they started to bleed.

Top Ten Most Dangerous Trends

Alexa Uc, Staff Writer October 11, 2021

Through the years, pop culture and the evolution of resources such as social media and other entertainment sources have been shaping our social norms, games, and expectations for each other. The key word...

The soap dispensers in the girls C-building bathrooms are a few of the many victims of this new Tik Tok trend.

“Devious Licks:” TikTok’s New Controversial Trend

Andrew Villa, Staff Writer September 24, 2021

Tiktok’s new trend, devious licks, made its first appearance on social media a couple of weeks ago as the newest and most popular trend by far. This trend has just progressed more and more with new people...

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Ma’khia Bryant, 16, Shot By Columbus Police In Violent Altercation

Sean Diswe, Staff Writer May 11, 2021

Ma'khia Bryant was a 16 year old girl who was shot dead in Columbus, Ohio on April 20. Bryant was armed with a knife and was shot down by now confirmed police officer, Nicholas Reardon. Reardon's body...

Photo of Edwards Cinema in Camarillo

Indoor Cinema is Coming Back to Ventura County

Mark Minkel, Staff Writer April 25, 2021

Regarding COVID-19 movie theaters were temporarily closed for the health of patrons and employees. Though, just recently One of the most popular movie theaters in Camarillo reopened with extra safety precautions,...

Photo courtesy of Zac Freeland and Vox

Biden’s Cabinet Picks, Explained

Nathan Sanduk, Staff Writer April 21, 2021

As President Biden proceeds with his fourth month in office, almost all of his Cabinet picks have been confirmed by the U.S. Senate. However, names like Antony Blinken and Merrick Garland will not mean...

An Update From the Stinger Editorial Team

An Update From the Stinger Editorial Team

Marcella Barneclo , Editor in Chief March 28, 2020

Greetings from the Stinger Staff, This is Marcella Barneclo speaking. As this year's Editor in Chief of The Stinger, I would like to briefly inform all of our readers on some of the changes we will...

Screen Time In The Mean Time

liberty klingebiel, Staff Writer December 5, 2019

Cam High parent Dr. Tracy Bennett recently published "Screen Time In the Mean Time," a parenting book on how to use technology in today's society. Bennett has been a private psychologist for over 25...

OUHSD Responds to WASC Story

OUHSD Responds to WASC Story

October 23, 2019

Editor's Note: The Stinger Staff feels it important that those who read the WASC piece take the time to read the whole story. The Oxnard Union High School District has responded to parents, community members...

Author of Light Runner Mr. Philip Brown with teacher-librarian Miss Heidi Resnik and Principal Kim Stephenson.

Shedding a Light On Writing

Kaylie Chen, Staff Writer April 25, 2017

Cam High held an "Author Talk" in the school library on Apr. 4, featuring author Mr. Philip Brown, who recently released his book Light Runner. During the event arranged by librarian Ms. Heidi Resnik,...

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About 500 Oxnard-area students have been affected by norovirus in the last ten days, according to an article by the VC Star.

Norovirus Outbreak Hits OUHSD

Uyen Mai, Staff Writer March 18, 2017

A norovirus outbreak has struck the Rio School District and affected over 500 students over the past ten days, and continues to diffuse throughout Ventura County. According to an interview with...

Freshmen students (from left to right) Tabitha Ebright, Zachary Kwast, Jacqueline Pizza, and Bryce Blau using skittles for an activity about ethnicity in AP Human Geography.

Cultural Candy

Chun-Tzu Huang, Features Editor January 31, 2017

Candy isn't just for snacking anymore. This year, Ms. Patricia Valenteen used the famous colorful candy, Skittles, to teach her AP Human Geography students about racial and ethnic issues around the world...

Several teachers, including Mr. Shawn Near (pictured), attempted to cool off their classrooms by leaving doors open and running fans.

Minimum Day Scheduled Due to High Temperatures

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer September 29, 2016

With triple-digit temperatures across the district, OUHSD designated Monday and Tuesday of this week as minimum heat days, allowing students and staff at Cam High, Channel Islands, Hueneme, Oxnard, Pacifica,...

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