The School Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School
  • Magical month of must-see events

    Magical month of must-see events

    Katelyn Gueco, Staff Writer

    December 2, 2016

    December has finally made its long awaited appearance, which means listening to Christmas music and decking the halls with Christmas cheer is finally socially acceptable. San Diegans are digging out their long-sleeved shirts and tight-knit scarves as temperatures across the county dip below 60 degr... READ MORE »»

    Nearly everywhere around San Diego screams with Christmas cheer and New Year's revelry, including the tree at the Hotel del Coronado.

  • Save the birds, clean it up

    Save the birds, clean it up

    Alexander Nicholas, Staff Writer

    December 1, 2016

    Birds flock to Cathedral Catholic High School everyday, with the majority flying in when lunch ends. El Cid produced the following public serve announcement video to encourage students to pick up trash and waste left on the ground near the For God and Country Plaza and around campus. Millions of bir... READ MORE »»

    According to National Geographic, 90 percent of seagulls ingest dangerous plastics, a problem CCHS students can help alleviate by cleaning up their trash on campus.

  • Recruiting realities

    Recruiting realities

    Maddy Bass, Spiritual Life Editor

    November 30, 2016

    With college quickly approaching and recruitment season in full swing, Cathedral Catholic High School student-athletes are preparing for their future college education and athletic endeavors alongside parents and coaches, both of whom have brought them this far in their journeys. And Jack Renkens k... READ MORE »»

    A soon-to-be Nebraska Cornhusker, CCHS student-athlete Jessica Pentlarge '17 signs to a future of higher education at the respected Big 12 university. Go Big Red.

  • Keeping CCHS cleaner and the world greener

    Keeping CCHS cleaner and the world greener

    Sydney Calhoun, Managing Editor

    November 30, 2016

    At the beloved Cathedral Catholic High School lunch tables, students enjoy a social break from the classroom. However, the food and laughter results in abandoned Cheetoh wrappers, which contributes to the overall earth’s pollution. Although this issue may seem trivial among other important challenge... READ MORE »»

  • Black Friday conundrum

    Black Friday conundrum

    Carson Linxwiler, Photo Editor

    November 23, 2016

    Hundreds of people press toward the front entrance. Fueled by a mix of last night’s turkey dinner and the anticipation of a few dollars savings, they crowd themselves against the door. Suddenly, a count down is heard, and as the count hits one, the crowd erupts into cheers as they pour into the... READ MORE »»

    Thanksgiving changes from pumpkins to sale signs, as shoppers disregard the importance of giving thanks.

  • Sinister root of unwitting charity participation

    Sinister root of unwitting charity participation

    Cat Groenke, Copy Editor

    November 23, 2016

    Ah, November. The month known for cold weather, fall colors, and, of course, charities. With Thanksgiving celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November, it is no wonder that food drives and volunteer efforts abound. However, one charity rises above the rest in its renown, worldwide scope. Movem... READ MORE »»

    No Shave November becomes a beneficial trend through the "Movember" charity. Combining mustache and November.

  • Oh Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, wherefore art thou Thanksgiving?

    Oh Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, wherefore art thou Thanksgiving?

    Kelsey Bacinett, Editor-in-Chief

    November 23, 2016

    On Nov. 2, I wound up at South Coast Plaza on my way home from a college visit to find the mall decked out with champagne colored wreaths on every light post and snowflakes glowing on each street lamp. As I admired the prematurely decorated environment around me, I wondered how it is possible to cele... READ MORE »»

    San Diego may not reap the full experience of fall, but the Thanksgiving tradition reaches the entire nation nonetheless.

    Kelsey Bacinett

News

Magical month of must-see events

Magical month of must-see events

Katelyn Gueco, Staff Writer

December has finally made its long awaited appearance, which means listening to Christmas music and decking the halls with Christmas cheer is finally socially acceptable....  Read More »

Dec 2 • No Comments

Dons show off their tricks at Trunk or Treat

November 23, 2016

Options students survive month to remember

November 18, 2016

Season of giving

Season of giving

November 17, 2016

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Spiritual Life

Extra monthly Mass offers students sense of community

Extra monthly Mass offers students sense of community

Matthew Bailey, News Editor

Among the many initiaitives implemented this school year, one of the biggest schedule changes was the decision to add one extra all-school Mass per month. For the second ...  Read More »

Nov 16 • No Comments

Freshmen stand tall with God at retreat

Freshmen stand tall with God at retreat

September 28, 2016

Fearlessly facing faith

Fearlessly facing faith

September 28, 2016

CCHS brings Kairos retreat close to home

CCHS brings Kairos retreat close to home

September 8, 2016

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Features

Setting the barre high

Setting the barre high

Kelsey Bacinett, Editor-in-Chief

Cathedral Catholic High School student Aaron Quini '17 made history this year as the first male dancer to earn a spot on the school's varsity dance team. However, as it t...  Read More »

Oct 27 • No Comments

The price is NOT right

The price is NOT right

September 29, 2016

Dons recall personal experiences 15 years after 9/11

Dons recall personal experiences 15 years after 9/11

September 26, 2016

Zika concerns Americans and CCHS community

Zika concerns Americans and CCHS community

April 29, 2016

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Opinions

Keeping CCHS cleaner and the world greener

Keeping CCHS cleaner and the world greener

Sydney Calhoun, Managing Editor

At the beloved Cathedral Catholic High School lunch tables, students enjoy a social break from the classroom. However, the food and laughter results in abandoned Cheetoh...  Read More »

Nov 30 • No Comments

Black Friday conundrum

Black Friday conundrum

November 23, 2016

Sinister root of unwitting charity participation

Sinister root of unwitting charity participation

November 23, 2016

Oh Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, wherefore art thou Thanksgiving?

Oh Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, wherefore art thou Thanksgiving?

November 23, 2016

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The School Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School
The School Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School