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Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

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Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

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The Urgent Need to Improve Pedestrian Infrastructure in Camarillo

Victor Dominguez, Editor in Chief February 22, 2022

When it comes to getting to school, students choose a variety of different means of transport including driving themselves or being driven by their parents, walking, and biking. Many students at Cam High...

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The Challenges of ELD Students

Cinthia Gonzales, Staff Writer February 12, 2022

A large group of students at Cam High face the struggle of language barriers every day. Those whose first language is not English face unique challenges and have limitations in participating in academic...

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Vice Principal Mr. Harlow reads some of his book, Enralak to students

Scorps Spotlight 42: James Harlow Author Talk on New Book, “Enralak”

Brittany Dolling, News Editor December 19, 2021

Cam High's library was full of over 200 students supporting their Vice Principal, Mr. Harlow, as he hosted an Author Talk on December 14th for his new book, Enralak. Harlow will be retiring as Cam High's...

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Dr. Fennell, new teacher at Cam High.

Scorps Spotlight 39: Dr. Fennell

Serena Avila, Staff Writer November 5, 2021

Coming back to Cam High, the school welcomed many new students, and teachers. One of these new teachers is Dr. Fennell, a new Social Sciences teacher. He teaches Ethnic Studies and U.S History. Dr....

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Club Feature: Gender-Sexuality Alliance

Club Feature: Gender-Sexuality Alliance

Victor Dominguez, Managing Editor October 18, 2021

One of many clubs revived for the 2021 school year following the Covid-19 pandemic is Cam High's GSA (Gender-Sexuality Alliance). Dozens of students gathered to attend GSA's second Friday meeting on October...

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KIWINS Club members at a beach in Oxnard after participating in a beach cleanup there!

Club Feature: KIWIN’S Club

Brittany Dolling, News Editor October 14, 2021

Cam High is home to many clubs on campus, including the KIWIN'S Club. KIWIN'S main goal is to give back to the community and provide connections for Cam High students. First becoming an official club at...

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Although some people believe that politics are a means of educated the future generations about national matters, others believe that politics have no place in the classroom, and belong solely in the media and White House.

Should Political Propaganda be Allowed in Classrooms?

Andrew Villa, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

Politics is something that has raised more and more attention in the youth than ever before. People can show their support for certain parties or politicians by sporting political propaganda such as bumper...

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Cam Highs New Discord Student Hub

Cam High’s New Discord Student Hub

Serena Avila and Victor Dominguez October 7, 2021

The Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) & texting application Discord announced that they were working on a new feature called “Student hubs” on September 1st, 2021, centers where students with...

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Extrovert vs. Introvert: Does it Really Matter?

Extrovert vs. Introvert: Does it Really Matter?

Felicity Fajardo, Staff Writer May 25, 2021

People are often classified by their different characteristics, personality traits, likes, dislikes, and more. Have you ever thought about whether you are classified as an introvert, extrovert, or maybe...

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Digital AP Exams: Beneficial or Detrimental?

Digital AP Exams: Beneficial or Detrimental?

Symphany Wilson, Staff Writer May 11, 2021

The upcoming 2021 AP Exams will be administered at Cam High in school on paper and pencil, as well as in school and at home for digital testing. Digital testing comes with a guide encompassing the digital...

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Still scene from the 1962 film To Kill a Mockingbird directed by Robert Mulligan courtesy of United Archives

To Kill A Mockingbird: Educational or Insensitive?

Sean Diswe, Staff Writer April 28, 2021

Schools across the United States have been determining whether or not to remove books like To Kill a Mockingbird and Huckleberry Finn from the district's core reading list. These books have been found...

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The Stinger Rewind: Why Distance Learning Is Not So Bad

The Stinger Rewind: Why Distance Learning Is Not So Bad

Caroline Carbajal, Staff Writer April 19, 2021

Distance learning is something almost every American student has encountered over this past year. For some of us, this is our first time ever learning online. I have been less stressed and happier than...

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