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As “cuffing season” arrives, students debate how high school relationships affect social development

As “cuffing season” arrives, students debate how high school relationships affect social development

Kiersten Riedford

November 15, 2019

Sophomore Elizabeth Katz has never dated in her life and she said during this cuffing season she would prefer to keep it that way. The term “cuffing season,” which originated in Urban Dictionary in 2011, refers to the desire to be in a relationship or “cuffed,” during the winter months. Katz...

Environmental Action Club

Laasya Mamidipalli, Audience Engagement Editor

September 4, 2019

“For the new school year, officers and members met over the summer and discussed possible changes and projects that may be implemented,” said Ben Ring, Environmental Action Club officer and senior. Brian Yuan, club member and junior, said, “We are hoping to have more community outreach projects t...

Environmental Action Club to participate in new events, activities

Environmental Action Club to participate in new events, activities

Laasya Mamidipalli

February 1, 2019

Environmental Action Club members are looking for new opportunities to volunteer in the community as a club. Kian Robinson, club member and junior, said, “While in the past we have focused on bringing in the community to our club, I think we can involve more people by participating in a community e...

Environmental Action Club begins planning for first semester

Environmental Action Club begins planning for first semester

Laasya Mamidipalli

September 20, 2018

Environmental Action Club is brainstorming ideas for new initiatives they will take to make the school more environmentally friendly. Kian Robinson, club member and junior says, “This year our primary focus is on community involvement. Awareness is a big thing, but it means nothin...

Loving Literature: CHS students, staff consider how reading can impact their school life, future

Loving Literature: CHS students, staff consider how  reading can impact their school life, future

Angela Qian

December 14, 2017

It all began around fifth grade for sophomore Madalyn Sailors when reading history textbooks changed the way she read for the worse. According to Sailors, reading used to be really fun, but now it’s boring and monotonous. Sailors said, “I don’t like (reading) because a lot of times it’s ...