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Six of Cam High’s Student-Athletes Commit to NCAA Colleges

Six of Cam High’s Student-Athletes Commit to NCAA Colleges

Shannon d'Huart, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018


Filed under events, Features, News, school and local, Uncategorized

Cam High hosted their annual Letter of Intent Signing Day at lunch on Thursday, Nov. 15. The day is dedicated to student-athletes who commit to playing a sport at a college or university that is a part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The signing period opened on Nov. 14...

Prague: Cam High’s First-Ever Service Dog

Prague: Cam High’s First-Ever Service Dog

Jasmine Plascencia, Managing Editor

December 12, 2018


Filed under clubs/programs, Features, News, school and local, Showcase, Uncategorized

Cam High's Agricultural Department has developed a program in conjunction with Guide Dogs for the Blind (GDB) that allows members of Future Farmers of America (FFA) to train a service dog on campus, and I will be the first member to do so. Starting in Dec. 2018, I will officially begin training Prague,...

Rio Mesa and Cam High Face-Off in the Special Olympics

Rio Mesa and Cam High Face-Off in the Special Olympics

Lauren Peterson, Staff Writer

December 11, 2018


Filed under Features, News, school and local, Showcase, Sports, Uncategorized

Special Olympics Unified Sports arranged a soccer game on Dec. 4, 2018 where Cam High and Rio Mesa's students with special needs faced-off against one another. The game took place in Cam High's stadium and started at the beginning of fourth period. The game ended at the beginning of lunch, and Rio...

Central American Migrants Seek a Brighter Future

Central American Migrants Seek a Brighter Future

Dante Bernhardt, Video Editor

December 10, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, U.S. and world, Uncategorized

A group of primarily Honduran migrants — called the migrant caravan — have spent the last two months trekking through Central America in order to reach the U.S.-Mexico border. The group started on Oct. 13 when 160 Honduran migrants gathered in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. As the caravan moved through ...

Camarillo’s Annual Holiday Tree-dition

Camarillo’s Annual Holiday Tree-dition

Shannon d'Huart, Staff Writer

December 10, 2018


Filed under events, Features, News, school and local

The seventh annual Camarillo Old Town Winter Walk and Tree Lighting ceremony took place at Dizdar Park on the evening of Dec. 7, and included performances, children's activities, the tree lighting, and the Winter Walk. The night began with musical performances from Camarillo's local Girl Scouts program...

New Government Policies Cause an Uprising in France

New Government Policies Cause an Uprising in France

Eric Burschinger, Staff Writer

December 7, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, U.S. and world

For the past three weeks, thousands of French citizens have taken to the streets of France's major cities in protest of the government's tax hike on fuel and other French policies. President Emmanuel Macron returned to France after the G-20 summit meetings in Argentina and addressed the rising tension....

Cam High’s First Musical in Over 12 Years Premieres on Dec. 6

Cam High’s First Musical in Over 12 Years Premieres on Dec. 6

Jareth Primm, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018


Filed under clubs/programs, Features, News, school and local, Showcase

Cam High's drama class is producing their own adaptation of the musical, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, to premiere on Dec. 6. Cam High's drama program has not produced a musical in over 12 years. "It was kind of rough at first and no one really knew what they were doing, but with coordination...

Cam High’s Varsity Basketball Team Breaks 40 Year Record

Cam High’s Varsity Basketball Team Breaks 40 Year Record

Francis Siu, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018


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Cam High's varsity boys basketball team celebrated another victory in Burbank after defeating the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies with a score of 111-27. The game was the opening in the Burbank High School Tournament. During the game, Cam High scored 111 points, breaking a previous Cam High...

Cam High’s CIF Football Season Comes to a Close

Cam High’s CIF Football Season Comes to a Close

Jareth Primm, Staff Writer

December 3, 2018


Filed under game coverage, News, school and local, Sports, Uncategorized

The 2018 fall football season recently ended, and Cam High's football program concluded the season with a record of 50-1 and the varsity team qualified to play in the CIF Playoffs. The team's first playoff game was against Rio Mesa on Nov. 2, 2018. In the first quarter of the game, Cam High scored...

OUHSD Criticized for Keeping Schools in Session During ‘Hazardous’ Conditions

OUHSD Criticized for Keeping Schools in Session During ‘Hazardous’ Conditions

Eric Burschinger, Staff Writer

November 29, 2018


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The Oxnard Union High School District recently received criticism from students and parents for their decision to re-open schools on Tuesday, Nov. 13 after initially announcing all schools would be closed. On Monday afternoon, Superintendent Dr. Penelope DeLeon sent out an official letter stating...

Remembering the Victims of the Thousand Oaks Mass Shooting

Remembering the Victims of the Thousand Oaks Mass Shooting

Enrico Magtoto, Staff Writer

November 27, 2018


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A mass shooting took place at Thousand Oak's Borderline Grill & Bar on Nov. 7 when a U.S. Marine Corps veteran opened fire on employees and customers, killing 12 people before taking his own life. First-responder Sergeant Ron Helus was shot multiple times and passed away the following day at Los...

Too Close to Home: the Thousand Oaks Mass Shooting

Too Close to Home: the Thousand Oaks Mass Shooting

Aishvari Trivedi, Social Media Editor

November 16, 2018


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At the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, 12 people were killed when U.S Marine Corps veteran Ian David Long opened fire on a crowd of people in the bar, on the evening of Nov. 7. The Borderline Bar & Grill is a common place for college students and others to relax and have fun. The ni...

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