El Cid

Lauren Boyer

Lauren Boyer, Entertainment Editor

After an exciting year as the Photo and News Editor for El Cid, I will lead the new Entertainment section as the editor. I look forward to learning even more about the art of journalism during my senior year in order to improve my writing with every story. I aim to write meaningful stories that have an impact on our community this school year. With the current whirlwind of a political climate, being a journalist has never been more appealing to me. In addition to writing, I enjoy volunteering, spending time with friends and family, discovering new music, running track and field, and reading. After I graduate from CCHS, I plan on attending a four-year university and continuing my writing.


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Many seniors nationwide apply to 10 or more colleges every year, categorizing them into safety, target, and reach schools. Most applications are due any time between November and January, with most decisions coming out in February and March.

College decision 411

April 30, 2019
Reading about ex-gang members turning their lives around in Gregory Boyle’s Tattoos on the Heart, Maile Spence ‘19 exposes herself to the lives of people very different from her own.

Deficit in reading

March 5, 2019
Data from an El Cid survey, the Child Mind Institute, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Help on the way

November 26, 2018
Boyer’s drawing displays a literal interpretation of helicopter parenting, yet depicting its harsh realities.

Life sentence 360

November 11, 2018


March 17, 2018
As a means to prevent scald burns from inflicting young children, CCHS student Remy Reeb invented a device by which weight force and resistance impede hot pans from spilling.

Move over, Einstein

March 9, 2018


January 26, 2018
Girls Basketball

Girls Basketball

January 26, 2018
Options student Thomas Bryne ‘20 and his mentor Mary Henderson ‘18 play with Ms. Amanda Gustafson’s dog Chantilly, a certified therapy dog, who through the organization Caring Paws, brings a little bit of happiness to the stress of finals.

Dogs helping Dons

December 1, 2017
Ava Montali '19 reads the first reading at Friday morning mass in the chapel, one of her main jobs as a CCHS campus minister.

With change comes growth

November 18, 2017
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