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Decline of CGI: has it lost its flair?

Decline of CGI: has it lost its flair?

Nixon Molina Aldaba, Staff Writer May 24, 2024

The evolution of computer-generated imagery (CGI)  has been nothing short of remarkable. From the iconic dinosaurs in “Jurassic Park” to the breathtaking battles in “Avengers: Endgame”, CGI has...

Avery Tingen and Luisa Difazo rocking their class of 2024 senior shirts.

Picnic memories: a senior send-off

Jessica Vimalathithan and Tia Macdonald May 21, 2024

On Friday, May 17, Clover Hill’s class of 2024 gathered for the senior picnic, their last high school event before graduation. Reflecting and reminiscing on their last 13 years of school, students had...

Students holding their water bottles.
[Left: Dakayla Caraball, middle: Alex Nunfio, right: Rodrigo Avalos]

‘One? Two? That’s enough for you!’

Jessica Vimalathithan, Staff Writer February 29, 2024

The media has influenced what we consume for as long as it has been around. As trends are ever changing and always in rotation, products go out of style as quickly as they come in. Because of this, people...

Iridescence performs their St. Patricks Day inspired show.

Show choir unveils 2024 program

Jessica Vimalathithan, Staff Writer February 5, 2024

New Dimensions and Iridescence kicked off show choir competition season by revealing their shows in performances during the Friday and weekend of Jan. 26 through 28. New Dimensions, Clover Hill’s mixed...

Drops of water froze in place on twigs before they could fall to the ground.

Flora flourishes through the winter

Jackson Lair, Editor January 23, 2024

On  Jan. 17, winter’s weather brought frost and ice to the trees and flowers of the Hill. Dormant trees sparkled with frozen raindrops, while winter annuals, the few plants still growing and thriving...

The cover of the 1989 Clover Hill High School yearbook

A look at forgotten Cavalier traditions

Bella Avila, Staff Writer January 17, 2024

Clover Hill High School opened in 1972 at 13900 Hull Street Rd. The original building, what we now know as the Hull Street Tech Center, housed the school for over 30 years before moving to the "new" Clover...

Freshman Justin Alfaro Gomez (left) and sophmore Logan Hacksworth (rigt) stand in front of the post-match scoreboard screen.

eSports and the road to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tournament glory

Nixon Molina Aldaba, Staff Writer January 16, 2024

In an unexpected twist that blurred the lines between academia and gaming, teacher Adam Berneche used his passion for Super Smash Bros to create the Hill's first school-based esports team. "The world...

Evan Learn (left) and Julia Herald (right) standing with the debate team trophy

Debate team places second at Petersburg Holiday Invitational

Jessica Vimalathithan, Staff Writer December 21, 2023

 On Saturday Dec. 9, Clover Hill’s debate team placed second out of 29 schools at the Petersburg Holiday Invitational Tournament. Deeba Lealaz was undefeated and placed first in the Lincoln-Douglas...

Up in Smoke: the vaping epidemic raging on high school campuses

Up in Smoke: the vaping epidemic raging on high school campuses

Vanessa Wigfall, Editor-in-Chief December 18, 2023

Teenagers have always been subject to advertisements from the tobacco industry, but in recent years, the focus has moved from traditional cigarettes to electronic cigarettes or vapes. With an estimated...

Julia Herald and Libbie Radgowski in a shocking scene

“Play That Goes Wrong” goes right

James Rioux, Editor-in-Chief December 13, 2023

Winner of the 2015 Laurence Olivier Best Comedy Award, “The Play That Goes Wrong” was brought to the Hill as our first play of the 2024 school year. From Nov. 2nd to the 4th, packed audiences were...

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