The School Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

El Cid

The School Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

El Cid

The School Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

El Cid

Who takes the title?

Who takes the title?

Jenna Crowley, Spiritual Life Editor
May 29, 2020
Pulitzer Prize winner Mrs. Molly O’Toole continues her prestigious career, working for the Los Angeles Times.

Add Pulitzer Prize to resume

Cole Hume, Editor-in-chief
May 13, 2020
The integration of technology to improve the voting process has had a significant impact on the ways citizens vote, but the reliability of paper ballots remains recognized by many areas across the United States.

Technical difficulties

Jenna Crowley, Spiritual Life Editor
March 31, 2020
Clare Hannon ‘20 celebrates her birthday with flowers, treats, and balloons, including a large 18 to signify her coming of age.

How to: adulting

Sara Vechinski, Social Media Editor
March 26, 2020
Mr. Jason Gilbert receives a visit from his three children Aden Gilbert ‘23, Alexa Gilbert ‘17, and Eliza Gilbert ‘19, (left to right) while recovering.

Adversity to appreciation

Cole Hume, Editor-in-Chief
March 6, 2020
Raul Campillo ‘05 socializes and listens to community members and their concerns during his run for District 7 City Council.

“Talk with crowds, keep your virtue”

Cole Hume, Editor-in-Chief
February 28, 2020
Assuming girls spend an average of $350 and boys spend an average of $150 per dance, girls would spend $3,500 during the course of ten school dances, while the guys would have spent approximately $1,500.

Dancing into debt?

Alianna Torres, Features Editor
February 7, 2020
Cathedral Catholic High School spanish students and the Argentinian exchange students pose for a picture on their first day visiting CCHS. The exchange students will spend one month at CCHS before moving on to the next city on their trip.

Exchanging cultures

Jessica Nava, Multimedia Editor
February 4, 2020
The holiday season proves to be among the busiest times of the year concerning sales. As the frequent usage of online shopping for gifts expands over time, so does the risk of encountering scams in search of one’s personal information. Statistics courtesy of

Ho ho hoax

Jenna Crowley, Spiritual Life Editor
December 23, 2019
Registering to vote, a vital process for people with a desire to be politically involved, is possible with a few clicks online.

How to: register to vote

Savannah Dupper, News Editor
November 21, 2019
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