El Cid

Savannah Dupper

Savannah Dupper, News Editor

As a senior at Cathedral Catholic High School and the El Cid News Editor, I look forward to promoting positivity on campus by sharing my voice through the stories I write and by showcasing my editing abilities. An avid literature and writing enthusiast and a believer in the power of the written word, I aim to grow in the coming year by expanding my knowledge and experience in the art of journalism. Outside of school, I enjoy reading, going to the beach, and spending time with friends. My passion for writing and role as an El Cid editor continue to motivate me to strive for an informative, timely, and successful student newspaper. The CCHS community abounds with compelling people, stories, and events I am eager to share with the student body. 

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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

November 21, 2019
The college testing and admissions process will become more convenient for high school students in September of 2020, with ACT changing its policy to allow students to retake individual test sections.

Testing new changes

October 29, 2019
This year’s senior assassins advertisement was moved to Instagram first time in CCHS history.

Assassins arrive

September 9, 2019
Spring cleaning is a great way to combat both physical and mental clutter.

Spring has sprung

May 22, 2019
Although cheating on the ACT and SAT proves more difficult than a typical classroom exam, students are using illegal tutoring services, falsified doctors notes, and impersonation.

Stressed for success

March 13, 2019
 Though disputed, student involvement in teacher hiring is supported by studies conducted as early as 1924.

Holistic hiring

January 23, 2019
A mind map created by nutritionist Janet Forton illustrates the impact caffeine has on the human brain.

Caffeine costs

January 22, 2019
The promotional poster for Netflix’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch foreshadows the film’s mind-bending subject matter, which ultimately falls flat when combined with a plethora of confusing and unsatisfying storylines.

Down the rabbit hole

January 16, 2019
Media martyrs

Media martyrs

October 30, 2018
Artist Pawel Kuczynski exhibits a satirical depiction of social media’s contribution to society’s lack of physical interaction. Studies reveal 24 percent of teens acknowledge using their devices

Social media defectors

October 18, 2018
Smoky crisis brewing

Smoky crisis brewing

September 4, 2018
Remy Reeb ‘20 (second from the right) and her team members perform the wheel element during their annual 2018 showcase at the San Diego Ice Arena.

Better together

June 1, 2018
Boys Golf

Boys Golf

March 17, 2018
CCHS student Ryan Demers ‘20 poses with the 1957 Chevy his family won at the Sock Hop.

Hop to the top

February 14, 2018
CCHS student Clare Hannon ‘20 and Argentinean exchange student Agus Lovato, who are pictured sightseeing at Museum Row in Los Angeles, California, have developed a strong friendship as a result of the school's student exchange program.

Bonds beyond borders

February 1, 2018
Equestrian

Equestrian

January 26, 2018
A week before his death, Tom Petty, an American musical icon, performs during the last leg of his recent 40th anniversary tour.

A higher place

October 26, 2017
The Cathedral Catholic High School community welcomes Ms. Liu, Mr. Anthony, and Mrs. Berry to the staff this year.

Fresh faculty faces

September 15, 2017
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