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Cashing in on Cold Brew: Coffee shops, both big, small, take consumers along with them as they raise prices.

Cashing in on Cold Brew: Coffee shops, both big, small, take consumers along with them as they raise prices.

Alina Husain

April 20, 2018


Filed under PERSPECTIVES, Print Columnists, Recent Updates

These days, a four or five dollar cup of coffee has become commonplace across most of America. I myself am guilty of making frequent Starbucks runs and stops at local coffee shops where I find myself paying an arm and a leg for my daily dose of caffeine. However, as I have become increasingly cognizant ...

Get Involved: Students should strive to become more involved in high school

Get Involved: Students should strive to become more involved in high school

Manahil Nadeem

March 27, 2018


Filed under Online Only, PERSPECTIVES, Recent Updates, Top Story

Don’t make the same mistakes I made. Don’t waste your four years here. Find something you're passionate in and get involved.  

Graphic Perspective: The Silent Killer

Graphic Perspective: The Silent Killer

Rachael Tan, Heidi Peng

March 23, 2018


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Want to see the process of making this graphics perspective? Check out this video of the process: youtu.be/JHhxeD1kEeM        

No Harm, No Foul: Students should amend harsh criticism of administration’s response to dramatic events at CHS

No Harm, No Foul: Students should amend harsh criticism of administration’s response to dramatic events at CHS

HiLite Staff

March 23, 2018


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A string of several troubling events during the week of Feb. 12 caused students at this school to question the administration’s response. For example, Principal Tom Harmas released several different announcements throughout the week, which were often met with harsh criticism, either verbally or online,...

Virtually Annoyed: Although virtual reality gaming has advantages, its drawbacks should not be forgotten

Virtually Annoyed: Although virtual reality gaming has advantages, its drawbacks should not be forgotten

Emily Worrell, Perspectives Editor

March 23, 2018


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On March 29th, Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Ernest Cline’s novel “Ready Player One” will hit movie theaters around the nation. The film demonstrates the diverse uses and abilities of virtual reality (VR) technology. The VR fad has managed to capture the imaginations of many and is now used...

Forgotten Vegetarians: With March being National Nutrition Month, CHS should consider offering more vegetarian food options for students

Forgotten Vegetarians: With March being National Nutrition Month, CHS  should consider offering more vegetarian food options for students

Adhi Ramkumar, Online Editor

March 23, 2018


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Lunch is an integral part of our school day — we need to eat properly to function well and perform at our best. However, with a student body of over 5,000 students, we each have specific dietary needs that must be met, ranging from lactose intolerance to nut allergies to soy allergies. While the cafeteria...

Your Own Choice: CHS students should overcome religious boundaries

Your Own Choice: CHS students should overcome religious boundaries

Heidi Peng

March 23, 2018


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Both my peers and my family have always told me to have faith, but as an atheist, that means something entirely different for me. Faith is a powerful tool; it can lead to success just as quickly as it can tear your dreams apart. Let’s start off with the facts: atheists do not believe in God, the...

Graphic Perspective: Differing Deities

Heidi Peng

March 23, 2018


Filed under PERSPECTIVES, Print Columnists, Recent Updates

To see Feature Editor Heidi Peng and Reporter Raphael Li's opposing perspectives on religion, click here and here....