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Canyon Hills Chronicle

The Student News Site of Canyon Hills High School

Canyon Hills Chronicle

The Student News Site of Canyon Hills High School

Canyon Hills Chronicle

Viva La Fiesta! Celebrating Cinco De Mayo, history, tradations, and celebrations

Johanna Borbon, Staff Writer May 15, 2024

Strangely, more people celebrate Cinco de Mayo in the United States than in Mexico, and many mistake it for Mexican Independence Day, just as Fourth of July is celebrated in the United States. This is...

Class of 2024 Valedictorians Spotlight: Cecilia Moxley and Ian Williamson

Class of 2024 Valedictorians Spotlight: Cecilia Moxley and Ian Williamson

Jasmine Tran, Entertainment Editor May 13, 2024

Cecilia Moxley Cecilia Moxley, commonly known as “Ceci” to friends, family, and teachers, is an engineering student at Canyon Hills. With a 4.79 GPA and several AP and college courses under...

Picture of the CPP Logo at front of the school (Jayce Lay)

Bronco Day: A Celebration of Community and Innovation at Cal Poly Pomona

Jayce Lay, Layout Manager May 6, 2024

“Bronco Day at Cal Poly Pomona is like a big welcome party for people who are thinking about becoming part of our university family. It's not just any old open house, it's a special event where everyone...

Senior Joshua Arreola watches Kung Fu Panda on his phone, which features widely regarded character Tai Lung, who is praised by both critics and audiences for his well written characterization and motivation (Ben Ruiz-Rodriguez)

Why Do People Seek Comfort Within Loner Characters?

Ben Ruiz-Rodriguez, Features Editor May 6, 2024

Have you ever been connected to a fictional character before? A superhero from a comic book that you enjoyed reading or a talking animal from a cartoon you grew up watching. Plethoras of different fictional...

Theres More To It Than What Meets The Eye

There’s More To It Than What Meets The Eye

Emiliano Martinez, Staff Writer May 6, 2024

When people tend to talk and bring up the military there are usually two sides to things. One is that people joined the military as a last resort and they just didn't want to go to college so they opted...

Rachel Garcias Journey to Becoming the Greatest Softball Player Ever

Rachel Garcia’s Journey to Becoming the Greatest Softball Player Ever

Hal'e Martin, Sports Editor May 3, 2024

Not long ago, UCLA pitcher Rachel Garcia, was on the field shortly after she had won her first national championship with UCLA. That year was already tough as it was, with many ups and downs, and many...

The Creative Masterminds That Inhabit Canyon Hills High School

The Creative Masterminds That Inhabit Canyon Hills High School

Savannah Richard, Editor in Chief May 3, 2024

When most people think of Canyon Hills High School, they think of the outstanding performance of the Field Hockey team, Badminton team, our last Football season, and more. Despite these great accomplishments,...

The Harsh Decline of Gaming in Recent Years

The Harsh Decline of Gaming in Recent Years

Owen Hath, Staff Writer May 3, 2024

In recent years, the quality of video games has gone down hill by a large margin. Companies are so focused on making a profit that they don’t take risks in making anything creative or interesting.   The...

The Power of Enviroment

The Power of Enviroment

Mia Webster, Staff Writer May 3, 2024

I think every person can choose their path in life, but I also believe that someone is preferred to some kind of fate but that person has full autonomy to choose otherwise. My general experience: In life,...

The Downfall of the MCU

The Downfall of the MCU

Josh Arreola, Staff Writer May 3, 2024

For over a decade, Marvel had completely changed the way that we’d see superheroes on screen. It all started with Iron-man's theatrical release back in 2008 and with its success, Marvel Studios started...

The Cultural Impact of Spider-Man

The Cultural Impact of Spider-Man

Jasmine Tran, Entertainment Editor May 3, 2024

Spider-Man has been around for over twenty years, and has had many adaptations since the character’s original release, including multiple storytelling video games exclusive to Sony’s PlayStation...

Using vivid style, these posters frame some of the projects students would be able to do in the Photo & Design Pathway. Many people may stop and take a look at these posters, like the Senior Jasmine Tran, pictured above.

Graphic Design Work Underappreciated, Teacher Makes Posters to Raise Interest

Sam Harris, Opinion Editor March 20, 2024

 Over the years, CHHS Graphic Design teacher Michael Pedersen has been teaching his students, and has also been designing many things for the school.   These designs Pedersen has made can be...

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