With college deadlines approaching, students reflect on the practice of affirmative action

Rebecca Qin, Social Media Editor November 19, 2016

On Oct. 26, a group of conservative students held an “Affirmative Action Bake Sale” at the University of Texas, sparking outrage and protest. According to the Huffington Post, the group charged...

CHS students to compete at Harvard-MIT Math Tournament in Boston

CHS students to compete at Harvard-MIT Math Tournament in Boston

News February 19, 2016

Five CHS students plan to attend the Harvard-MIT Math Tournament (HMMT) tomorrow at Harvard University. HMMT registration director David Liang ‘14 said via email, “HMMT is a biannual math contest...

 Principal John Williams works at his desk in the main office. Principal John Williams advises students to just take the bus in dangerous driving conditions.

CHS Students, administrators evaluate implications, procedures of snow delay decisions

Beats January 29, 2016

With the snowy conditions and absence of snow delays , Principal John Williams said students should be more careful, as the weather conditions have made the roads more dangerous to drive on. “What...

Caleb He, Math Club officer and sophomore, helps a student in SRT with his math homework. The student was having problems with algebra.

Math Club begins preparation for AIME test

Beats March 12, 2015

On March 10 in Room A310, Caleb He, Math Club officer and sophomore, and his team began preparation for the AIME test. The testing will take place on March 19 from 7:50 to 11:03 a.m. “We finally...

Transportation department to hire bus aides

Beats October 15, 2013

To prepare for a normal turnover of bus aides, the transportation department is accepting applications for the position of a bus aide, according to Ron Farrand, director of facilities and transportation....

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