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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

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How-To: Research colleges

Betty Desta, Opinion Editor June 9, 2023

When you first start junior year, everyone tells you it's the ‘hardest year’ and to prepare yourself from the staggering differences of junior year compared to when you’re a sophomore, but my hot...

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ChatGPT in the AI Era – Ethical Concerns in the Digital Age

Torin Ebinger-Smith, Staff Writer June 9, 2023

Humanity is in the midst of a massive shift in the ways we interact, read, write, work, play, and learn. Since the rise of ChatGPT and its related sister projects, like Google’s BARD language mode,...

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Preparing for finals

Jasmine Tran, Entertainment Editor June 6, 2023

It’s the last two weeks of school. June has bloomed, and classes are closing out their curriculums. But, there’s one last thing before we leave for summer vacation: finals. This year, finals...

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CHHS performance of “Avenue Q” amazing

Jasmine Tran, Entertainment Editor June 6, 2023

For the first two weeks of May, the Canyon Hills Theatre team performed a musical called “Avenue Q.” I was lucky enough to grab a ticket to see it, and I can gladly say that it was a marvelous performance. The...

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Lacrosse Boys Go 3-1 to win City League

Ben Bekkerman, Staff Writer May 31, 2023

For the first time in decades, the Canyon Hills Boys Varsity Lacrosse team placed first in the San Diego City League. Despite half the team being freshmen, the Rattlers fought to win a deserved first place...

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Summer can be fun and safe, Top 5 safety tips for 2023

Ayla Jones, Social Media Manager May 15, 2023

As summer approaches many teenagers begin to think of summer activities and in those activities many plan on going out to parties or other large gatherings. So we created a list of our top five safety...

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Sea levels rise 2 times the global rate along putting Southern coasts in danger

Ben Bekkerman, Staff Writer May 14, 2023

Global warming and rising sea levels have threatened U.S. coastlines for decades.  A recent study published in Nature Communications has revelead “unprecedented” rates of sea level rise along the...

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Preview: Theater prepares to stage Avenue Q

Kevin Olivares, Layout Manager April 28, 2023

Get ready Canyon Hills because the school’s theater is having its last performance this May with a cast of eleven, who will be playing as either puppets or people in the coming performance. Starting...

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Representation or Artificial Diversity?

Savannah Richard, Editor in Chief April 27, 2023

The first non-white princess was Princess Jasmine in Aladdin, and she was middle eastern (there's a lot of debate about what her ethnicity is.) But for a while before that, all the princesses and main...

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New age of education: The rise of AI and technology

O'Ryan Nelson, Staff Writer April 25, 2023

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, the ChatGPT epidemic has been one you’re certainly aware of. The rise of AI tools across all industries has been a monumental one, but one industry that has...

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Senior activities begin as year draws to a close

Genavie Carachure, Staff Writer April 25, 2023

The opportunity for seniors to participate in a variety of activities is a once-in-a-lifetime event that they can enjoy with their friends. Senior Assasin is a game that many people love playing outside...

According to the World Health Organization, “1 in 7 10-19 year olds experiences a mental disorder.”

Schools struggle to hold students accountable and still show they value mental health

Ayla Jones, Social Media Manager April 25, 2023

The  COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the importance and focus on mental health, as many suffered from mental health issues during quarantine.  To better help teens deal with the pandemic’s lasting...

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