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Students utilize creativity, individuality when handmaking their own prom dresses

Marissa Ryan

April 19, 2019


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From mermaid style to ball gowns, there seems to be an endless number of prom dresses available to fulfill a high school girl’s image of the perfect dress. However a few like Jessica Qu, advanced fashion student and senior, find that the perfect dress is in the hands of the creator. Qu, who plans t...

Gay-Straight Alliance Sponsor Jeremy Horner

Gay-Straight Alliance Sponsor Jeremy Horner

Tessa Collinson

March 22, 2019


Filed under Humans of CHS, Recent Updates, STUDENT SECTION

“(Gender nonconformity) is a topic that frequently comes up during discussion. I think a lot of that is just teenagers who are generally trying to figure out their place, and that can be even more challenging for someone who doesn’t fit the ‘norm.’ I think it’s natural for everyone to be unsur...

Junior Yasmine Pehlivan

Junior Yasmine Pehlivan

Tessa Collinson

March 22, 2019


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“(I have certain pins on my backpack showing LGBTQ+ support because) I am president of the GSA, and also because I use (these pins) as a way for people to know who I am. It’s a way to express myself, and so people know that this is me. I want to be a safe person, I’m pretty open-minded. (These pins...

Freshman Daniel Tanner transcends typical gender stereotypes with fashion

Freshman Daniel Tanner transcends  typical gender stereotypes with fashion

Tessa Collinson

March 22, 2019


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All heads turn to him as he walks down the hall. It could be how he holds himself with confidence. Then again, it could be because of the way he dresses. One day, he’s dressed in a turtleneck with heels and statement jewelry, and on the next, it’s a women’s T-shirt with a headband and leggings....

With Mardi Gras on March 5, CHS students, staff discuss impact of francophone world

With Mardi Gras on March 5, CHS  students, staff discuss impact of francophone world

Marissa Ryan

February 22, 2019


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While french is only one  of the many world languages offered at this school, the concept of  the francophone world, which educators teach to French students here, poses an impactful statement on international cultural influence. Francophonie encompasses more than justthe language spoken in France...

Freshman Kendall Frobig

Freshman Kendall Frobig

Alanna Wu

February 22, 2019


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I like photography, so pairing fashion and photography together is cool. And sometimes, if I see a really out-there piece at Goodwill or something, I’ll pair that with a regular pair of jeans if it’s for a shoot. But I’ll never do that for regular purposes. I shoot people, so I do portraiture, and so...

Sophomore Raymond “Ray” Mo

Sophomore Raymond “Ray” Mo

Michelle Lu

February 22, 2019


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"Just over the summer, I started looking at fashion related sites. I did a bit more research and I realized that I didn’t dress that well. I think that fashion and clothes play a large part in who I am because I guess it’s a form of self-expression. It’s just because you can wear whatever you want...

Junior Maria “Mars” Stefanidou

Junior Maria “Mars” Stefanidou

February 22, 2019


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I follow a lot of models on Instagram, and a lot of them have this thing where they’ll post an outfit of the day, so every time I’d be scrolling through my front page, I’d see stuff I thought was really interesting, and I would want to find something like that and put it together. I realized t...

Sophomore Isabella “Izzy” Topp

Sophomore Isabella “Izzy” Topp

February 22, 2019


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"I’d say my style… I definitely enjoy being comfortable, but it’s kind of nice especially if people point out your outfit; it’s a little bit of validation, of course. Especially in high school compared to middle school, there’s a lot more emphasis on dressing nice, and teachers definitely n...