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CHS students explain ‘Hamilton’s sudden popularity as it comes to a closer location

CHS students explain ‘Hamilton’s  sudden popularity as it comes to a closer location

Hannah Glazier, Entertainment reporter

September 16, 2016

“I definitely recommend the musical, even if you're not into musical theatre. I feel so much more connected to the history because I have seen a really cool interpretation,” Reese said. “Give it a listen because it's a really powerful show and it'll change your life.”

Final Preparations: CHS Orchestra to attend Midwest Clinic

Final Preparations: CHS Orchestra to attend Midwest Clinic

Contributor

December 12, 2014

On Dec. 20, Symphony Orchestra will perform at the 68th annual Midwest Clinic in Chicago. The orchestra will also have the opportunity  to meet with other orchestras and teachers from around the nation and play with classical cellist Lynn Harrell. The Midwest Clinic, which began in 1946, is now a four-d...

Chicago: Our Lively Neighbor to the North

Chicago: Our Lively Neighbor to the North

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April 26, 2014

As the days to finals and AP exams dwindle down, there are fewer and fewer days for us to spend reveling in leisurely activities. This weekend (and maybe next weekend, too), try taking some time off to relax, and where better to go than Chicago, the largest city in the Midwest. Not only is it a relatively...

Model United Nations (U.N.) to have final meeting on April 30

Model United Nations (U.N.) to have final meeting on April 30

Beats

April 26, 2014

According to sponsor Sandy Gardner, Model U.N. will have its last meeting on April 30. The team members will decide what conferences they will attend next year. “I want to have one student head each conference, so we’ll be deciding who will be doing that. We’ll also be doing some research on...

Astronomy Club fundraises for field trip

Beats

February 28, 2014

Astronomy Club is currently fundraising in order to fund a field trip to Chicago in the spring, according to sponsor Keith Turner. Turner said the club members are only going to Chicago if they fundraise enough money to fund for the trip. Half of the money from astronomy shows, Turner said, will go toward...

Astronomy Club officers to meet Feb. 6

Beats

February 4, 2014

Astronomy Club officers will meet during the first session of SRT on Feb. 6 at the CHS planetarium to discuss ideas for a field trip, according to sponsor Keith Turner. Turner said at the meeting, officers will discuss alternatives to going to Chicago for a field trip due to its high cost. Turner...

Global Giving plans bake sales and trip to China

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April 30, 2009

Global Giving, the club dedicated to raising money with the Renewal Foundation for rebuilding schools in China, according to Annie Tang, club president and junior, has nearly achieved its total fundraising target. “The members are just going to continue to raise money,” said club sponsor Ryan...