After an intense 33-28 win for the CMHS Varsity Football team on Friday the 10th against La Quinta, students and athletes alike are buzzing with anticipation for another upcoming home game on Friday the 17th. The game will take place at Mesa's home stadium with the team facing up against Los Amigos, kicking off at..
If you're anywhere around the anime scene, you must've heard of the popular anime streaming service Crunchyroll. They've been at the top of the market for a while now, and they seemed to be doing well as a good, traditional anime streaming service. Right now, they've seemed to make a lot of internet waves, but..
1600 colleges across the country are currently test-optional. The bane of every upper high school student's existence are the SAT or the ACT test, so this is no small deal. The weight that is put on these tests is absolutely mortifying, as subpar testing skills, or a simple off-day could single-handedly squander your university dreams. ..
Violence against Asian-Americans has been skyrocketing after racist sentiments increased due to COVID-19, with more and more attacks being documented and reported on social media. In order to prevent this, communities are banding together in order to protect their Asian American neighbors, with efforts being made to spread awareness and educate others. ATTACKS Most recently, ..
The CMHS Instrumental Department has hit the ground running as they are already preparing for their first competitive performances in less than a week. Our CMHS MME (Mixed Marching Ensemble) has their first competition on March 14th, along with the CMHS Drumline team. The CMHS Marching Band is also throwing on a 70's style monster..
Remember the days of hurrying to club lunch meetings, squeezing into a room filled with people chatting away and eating lunch while a meeting takes place? Remember the chaos of Club Rush as students swarmed the Dome in hopes of being early enough to grab a smoothie or a burger from TK? Perhaps you've wondered..
Covid-19 has taken a toll on students, both mentally and physically. Forced to stay cooped up in a bedroom while you struggle to understand the overwhelming piles of assignments each week has done no good for the students of Costa Mesa High School. The negative effects of the pandemic have been showing throughout social media,..