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Arun Singh brings energy to the field, pushes team to compete

By |2020-01-24T23:20:07-08:00January 24th, 2020|Athletics, Feature Podcast, Home Feature 2, Profile, Winter|

Passing and shooting for over ten years, junior Arun Singh started playing soccer in his backyard at the age of six. His passion for "The Beautiful Game" led him to join a local club team at the age of ten and later compete on the FC field with the varsity boys team.  Coming off of the team's recent victory at the Garces Tournament, Singh anticipates finishing off his third high school season with a win. As a starting player since freshman year, Singh shares his strategies used out on the field.

The Rise of Skywalker provides action sequences, lacks plot line development

By |2020-01-15T23:26:50-08:00January 15th, 2020|Arts & Entertainment, Home Feature 2, Movies/TV, Reviews|

After over 40 years of storytelling, the Star Wars saga that began in 1977 ended with the installment of “The Rise of Skywalker”, released Dec. 20, 2019. As of now, this movie brought in over $981 million internationally. After viewing this conclusion of the saga, many questioned whether or not Disney created a worthy end to these movies that millions of people enjoy.

Harry Styles releases Fine Line, features nostalgia, heartbreak

By |2020-01-07T08:55:21-08:00January 6th, 2020|Arts & Entertainment, Home Feature 2, Music, Reviews|

Millions of people from all over the globe, including me, have followed English singer, songwriter and actor Harry Styles closely since his debut on X Factor in 2010. After the rise and fall of One Direction, Styles has continued to release solo music while maturing in his style and sound. I thoroughly enjoyed Harry's previous self titled album, so my expectations were high going into Fine Line.

“The Mandalorian” captures audiences with action, lore

By |2019-12-17T10:43:57-08:00December 16th, 2019|Arts & Entertainment, Home Feature 2, Movies/TV, Opinions|

“The Mandalorian” takes place in the Star Wars canon timeline After the events of “Return of the Jedi”. At this point in time, the galaxy finds itself under the control of the new republic after they destroyed the empire. The area of republic influence fails to reach the outer rim of the galaxy at his time, leaving the area a sea of lawlessness.

Americans practice civic responsibility, benefit individuals, community

By |2019-12-12T10:51:14-08:00December 11th, 2019|Features, Home Feature 2|

Civic responsibility is defined by Learning to Give as the responsibility of a citizen and includes engagement in government, church, volunteering and memberships of voluntary associations. This community-minded attitude is showcased throughout the US in many occupations such as soldiers, military, firefighters and various other jobs. Participation in community events, jury service and country defense while respecting others’ opinions, rights and beliefs are all included in civic responsibility.

PROMO: Old Town Clovis prepares for annual Clovis Children’s Electric Lights Parade, Dec. 7

By |2019-12-13T07:55:28-08:00December 5th, 2019|Home Feature 2, News, Promo|

FCS band, color guard and percussion ring in the holiday season at the Clovis Children's Electric Light Parade, Dec. 7. The event is hosted by Old Town Clovis Kiwanis. Participants across the Fresno and Clovis area gather to support their community.  In addition to local marching groups, decked out floats, cars and equestrians will parade down the streets of Old Town Clovis to participate in the festivities. 

Zoology class studies ocean biodiversity at Monterey Bay Aquarium

By |2019-12-04T09:00:19-08:00December 3rd, 2019|Features, Home Feature 2|

Monterey Bay Aquarium hosts over 35,000 creatures, representing over 550 species. With nearly 200 exhibits in all, the aquarium offers a glance into the sea. The aquarium first opened its doors in 1984 after converting the Hovden Cannery, built in 1916. In October 2014, the Aquarium celebrated 30 years of inspiring ocean conservation through its exhibits, education, research and conservation programs.

Andrew Rieker excels in chamber choir, varsity soccer

By |2019-11-23T22:59:06-08:00November 23rd, 2019|Features, Home Feature 2, Profile|

Soccer player, choir member, journalist, brother. These are only a few of the words used to describe junior Andrew Rieker. From a varsity soccer player to a chamber choir member, Rieker participates in various aspects of campus life.  While Rieker pursues choir and soccer outside of the classroom, her also works toward being accepted to Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, earning a degree in aeronautical engineering. Andrews plans a career with Boeing and is interested in improving and constructing airplane engines. 

German handball begins, adds new aspect to intramural sports, Nov. 18-21

By |2019-11-21T09:06:50-08:00November 19th, 2019|Athletics, Home Feature 2, Winter|

With intramural German handball starting from Nov. 19-Nov. 21, high school students gather in the FC Gym during lunch to observe and cheer on six opposing teams of players. Students organized themselves into teams that required a mixture of both boys and girls. For three days, the teams will play each other until one team comes out on top.

PROMO: Fall sports banquet recognizes athletes, Nov. 18

By |2019-11-18T16:17:04-08:00November 18th, 2019|Athletics, Fall, Home Feature 2, News|

Honoring girls tennis, girls volleyball and the football team, the annual fall sports banquet will be taking place, Oct. 18. Recognizing teams and awarding select players, the banquet gathers athletes across the student body.