The middle and high school MESA National Engineering Design Competition teams will be moving onto the state competition hosted by University of California, Los Angeles after placing first in their respective levels. The competition occurred on April 9th, with the awards given out on April 10th. There, the teams learnt that they had both placed..
*Note: this article talks about eating disorders. If you may get triggered by this topic, I highly suggest you click away. Please read at your own discretion. Although the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic has affected all aspects of our lives, many studies have shown that eating disorders have been exacerbated by the social isolation..
We all know the feeling after reading a book filled with such raw intensity and drama. These are the moments that resonate in our heads, keep us up at night thinking about the story's characters, content, and scenes carved into our eyes. And as it is a privilege to experience such a feeling of being..
This Saturday, a MESA (Math, Engineering, Science Achievement) competition was held virtually, hosted by UC Irvine. Sophia Catania, Lucero Islas, and Lena Nguyen won 1st in 4 of 5 categories, including overall of the National Engineering Design Competition and Caidlyn Lowry won 1st place for "Creativity and Engineering Design" and "Strength-to-Weight Ratio" sections of the..
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, ..
It was recently announced that CMHS team "Mesa's Angels" won the San Diego Chargers' Stem on the Sidelines challenge for 2020. The team, made up of juniors Sophia Catania, Lizbeth Gama, and Lucero Islas, was tasked with designing and building a football launcher that could throw passes at targets like a quarterback would to his..
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..
Was your birthday last year boring? Many people found out ways to safely celebrate birthdays such as having a drive-by or going to a restaurant for outdoor dining. But if you want to amp up the entertainment level, invite The Quarantine Quintet to your next socially-distanced party! The Quarantine Quintet is a group of talented..
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..
Ever since Covid-19 forced schools to shut down, it seems the presence of ASB has disappeared. Other than the occasional Instagram posts and the introduction of Youtube Podcasts by the chosen daily announcers, students have not yet heard of when ASB will be back in touch with students. Meetings, instead of in-class, are now done..