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It’s All Fun And Games: eSports Club members disagree with stigma surrounding violent video games

It’s All Fun And Games: eSports Club members disagree with  stigma surrounding violent video games

Wendy Zhu, Maddie Kosc, and Raphael Li

March 22, 2019


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As issues like gun violence take the United States by storm, people often search for something to account for this constant violence. Over the years, many people have attempted to link teen aggression with violent video games; however, according to a recent study published by the Oxford Internet Ins...

Finding how it works (Q&A): Parker Lawrence is a CHS student who is working on his own game engine, programming language, and computer.

Finding how it works (Q&A): Parker Lawrence is a CHS student who is working on his own game engine, programming language, and computer.

Michelle Yin, Reporter

October 20, 2016


Filed under 15 MINUTES OF FAME, Online Only, Top Story

What inspired you to pursue these projects in making your own game engine, and computer? PL: I’m really fascinated with how things work, so if I get an explanation of how something works, I don’t feel like it’s enough. So I like doing things myself, I like building things myself, with the eng...

STEM Club applies for computer science grant

STEM Club applies for computer science grant

News

February 20, 2015


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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Club plans to apply for a grant on May 1 in order to create a program that peer mentors students through teaching them computer science, according to Kimaya Raje, STEM Club president and junior. “Basically, since we’re STEM Club we wan...

CHS students show an upward trend in interest for computer science

CHS students show an upward  trend in interest for computer science

feature

March 27, 2014


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In a peculiar incident four years ago, sophomore Duncan McConnell discovered a passion that would remain with him to this day. “I first got interested in computer science back in sixth grade when I got frustrated with someone else’s glitchy program, actually. So I decided I wanted to be able to make my...

CHS to offer new courses for 2014-15 school year

CHS to offer new courses for 2014-15 school year

News

December 13, 2013


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Several new courses will be offered to students in the 2014-15 school year, Amy Dudley, CCS assistant superintendent for curriculum instruction and assessment, said. In addition to the AP Capstone program, students can now schedule for IB Computer Science, IB Business and Management, Advanced Scien...

Insecure. Americans must recognize the privacy risks of the digital age and protest unwarranted and arbitrary government surveillance.

Insecure. Americans must recognize the privacy risks of the digital age and protest unwarranted and arbitrary government surveillance.

perspectives

August 14, 2013


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Just so no one thinks I’m hysterical - this isn’t 1984. This is 2013. This is the information era, in which our lives are increasingly recorded, traceable, digitized. And in this era, no one should be surprised by the conundrum America faces in light of recent revelations. Leaked documents publi...

Carmel Connects Club to meet Jan. 23 to select and train future leaders

Beats

January 20, 2012


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Carmel Connects Club plans to meet Jan. 23 in Room F104 to select leaders for the next school year according to Margaret Winans, Carmel Connects Club sponsor. “We are starting to get ready for next year by choosing new club leaders. We plan on training them to make sure they understand our process...