The Grizzly Claw

Choir earns high scores this past semester
Folklorico’s winter show held this Saturday
Last chance to help Holiday Joy drive
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Central girls volleyball is one game away from a state championship
Central football still undefeated after 75-7 win

Central football still undefeated after 75-7 win

October 11, 2018

The Central Grizzlies are coming off the best season in their school's history and are looking just as formidable now after a 75 - 7 win against the Clovis West last Friday....

Central’s track and field heading to CIF State meet

Central’s track and field heading to CIF State meet

May 28, 2018

Central Grizzlies track and field team is coming off a very successful CIF-CS Masters meet where the girls’ team placed 3rd overall and the boys placed 7th. We have seven...

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The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Students almost a year later
5 Halloween events for teens to attend

5 Halloween events for teens to attend

While many teens may be lamenting they're past the age of trick-or-treating at this time of year, there are a number of seasonal Central Valley events coming up in the next...

Claire Wineland’s legacy

Claire Wineland’s legacy

With her inspirational words and her goofy sense of humor, Claire Wineland became one of the most inspiring young adults on social media. From her near death experience at...

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Colorism is plaguing the cosmetic industry

Hodda Alazani, Staff Writer | November 11, 2018

With almost every new makeup release or launch, one of the first things cosmetic consumers, press outlets and social media circles will respond to is the shade range that brand offers in their complexion products. Consumers are becoming increasingly aware of how racial inequity is reflected or perpetuated in the marketplace, and more than willing to support or boycott products accordingly. Especially...

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