Wednesday, 30 September, 2020

What To Do: Animal Cams

April 2, 2020 Rachel Laurence

Do you need something to do? Well, in these articles I will be exploring a few things you can do, either online or not. At the Monterey Bay Aquarium Live Cams, you can watch live footage of the aviary, a Read more…

ASB Virtual Spirit Week

Joakim Tysor

This week ASB is hosting an online spirit week to try and boost morale in these tough times. With the Coronavirus outbreak, many events have been cancelled, therefore ASB  is trying to figure out ways that can help people during Read more…

Support Your Local Restaurants

Courtney Roum

As many people know, COVID-19 has affected the economy immensely. For example, some restaurants are closing, South Coast Plaza has closed, parks are closed, and schools are shut down. Because of the lack of people getting out of the house Read more…

Performing Arts Comes to a Stand-Still

March 12, 2020 Rachel Laurence

It was just announced Thursday, March 13, 2020, the American Drumline Association (ADLA) and the Winter Guard Association of Southern California (WGASC) have canceled their 2020 seasons due to health concerns. Additionally, it was announced that the CMHS production of Read more…

Mindfulness Month

March 11, 2020 Courtney Roum

Mindfulness is the practice of being aware of your thoughts, feelings, and body without judgment. Mindfulness helps with stress, anxiety, depression, energy, focus, confidence, and relaxation. Lastly, mindfulness is about focusing on the present, and how you feel at that Read more…

Middle School Girls Soccer Update

Maddie Stute

The 7th grade girls soccer team lost 7-0 against Ensign. Vanessa Ochoa scored the first goal of the game in the last ten minutes of the game. Unfortunately,  a hand ball was called against Mesa on their half of the Read more…