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As public figures become more prominent in student’s  lives, we should review their impact on environmentalism

As public figures become more prominent in student’s lives, we should review their impact on environmentalism

Arya Pinnamaneni May 20, 2022

The 21st century many  social issues and reforms have surfaced. Public figures, from billionaires to actors, have spoken about these issues and taken a stance on them. However, with the incorporation...

People should stop supporting fast-fashion companies with negative environmental impact, start supporting small businesses

People should stop supporting fast-fashion companies with negative environmental impact, start supporting small businesses

Avery Carlisle May 20, 2022

Starting in middle school I would always see the girls posting clothing hauls from sites including Shein or Zaful and I would get so jealous that they were finding the latest trends and getting so many...

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Students craft clothes for sustainability, against fast fashion

Christian Ledbetter and Grace Guo May 19, 2022

Senior Victoria Simich has always been in the hobby of homemade goods, be it making books with their grandma or sewing as a means of expression, however, their relationship with handmade goods changed...

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Seniors describe bittersweet feeling, self-expression at prom

According to senior Jenna Oustoiny, she has looked forward to prom for many years. “Ever since I was little I always looked at all the dresses and couldn’t wait to go to prom. It is surreal that...

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Junior Olivia Sumner pushes part of a stage outside of CHS.  Tech Theater members must prepare aspects of the stage for performances at the school. Sumner said she enjoys the work she does for tech theater, though said she wishes they got more credit.

Students reflect on importance of technical theatre

Pallevi Pillai April 21, 2022

Junior Olivia Sumner, along with the rest of the technical theater (tech crew) members, spend hours meticulously crafting sets, adjusting the pitches of sounds and lighting in order to create the best...

With threequel of “Legally Blonde” being released in May, female students discuss female stereotyping

With threequel of “Legally Blonde” being released in May, female students discuss female stereotyping

Alivia Romaniuk April 21, 2022

Often Junior Amna Mallick, like other teenagers, likes to sit down and watch movies in her free time, including the hit movie “Legally Blonde,” which came out in 2001. Though Mallick was not yet alive...

An illustration from Jillian Tamaki for a New York subway. Illustrated in 2015, its a great example of Tamakis soft blue colors to capture little moments.

Author Showcase: Jillian Tamaki and range [MUSE]

Christian Ledbetter March 18, 2022

This women’s history month I thought it’d be best to go back to our roots a bit with an authors showcase. Someone serious and well recognized, but not too serious, this is MUSE after all.  The second...

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Student athletes consider balance of performance, artistry in their sports

Avery Carlisle March 18, 2022

According to gymnast and junior Kendall Powell, many people watch gymnastics for the entertainment aspect but fail to realize the type of athleticism needed for the activity. “Even if I didn’t do...

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Students, families celebrate Nowruz, welcome start of spring with loved traditions

Sophia Zhang March 18, 2022

Outside, crowds stand in the cold to wait for the ball to drop in Times Square. Inside, glasses clink together while people strike up conversations about their resolutions for the coming year. New Year’s...

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