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Disney’s “Soul” not for young children [Of Stage and Screen]

Emily Carlisle January 31, 2021

Hey everyone, welcome back to Of Stage and Screen. Over break I have consumed a lot of media, lots of binge watching TV shows and enjoying movies with my family. One of the most interesting movies I watched...

Movie Playlist: Halloween [MUSE]

Movie Playlist: Halloween [MUSE]

Shruthi Ravichandran October 31, 2019

  It's finally Halloween!  To celebrate the spoopiest of days, here's a list of the top ten best horror movies of all time. Insidious: This movie is maybe one of two movies on this list...

In Good Hands: In honor of International Day of Families on May 15, CHS students discuss additional responsibilities, resulting growth from unforeseen circumstances with parents

In Good Hands: In honor of International Day of Families on May 15, CHS students discuss additional responsibilities, resulting growth from unforeseen circumstances with parents

Angela Li April 19, 2019

Senior Samuel Chen has a passion not uncommon for others his age: cooking. However, what separates him from those who similarly share his hobby is his necessity to cook for his family every day. Three...

Senior Jackson Roberts dies Jan. 4, counseling services available

Manahil Nadeem January 9, 2018

Senior Jackson Roberts died on Jan. 4. CHS counselors will be available the week of Jan. 9 for students to talk to. Principal Tom Harmas said, “It is always difficult to lose a student, but we always...

Senior Michael Bonney dies Oct. 26, counseling services available

Manahil Nadeem October 27, 2017

Senior Michael Bonney died on Oct. 26. Principal Tom Harmas said, “My greatest hope is that everyone will keep the family and their thoughts and prayers in mind and that we, as a Greyhound community,...

Sophomore Lilah Bricker reminisces over her past memories of a close family friend. Bricker said her friend passed away from a severe asthma attack.

With the holiday season coming around, CHS student grieves over the death of a family member

Alanna Wu, Feature Reporter December 12, 2016

Sophomore Lilah Bricker knows what it’s like to deal with grief during the holidays. Each year, Christmas is a reminder for Bricker’s family of the anniversary of her aunt’s death. In addition, Bricker...

Junior Patrick McCalley dies Oct. 6, counseling services available

Melissa Yap, Management October 7, 2016

Junior Patrick McCalley died on Oct. 6. CHS counselors will be available the week of Oct. 10 for students to talk to. According to counselor Cathleen Johnson, the counselors have an open-door policy,...

Sticks and Stones. Our words have impact on the people around us.

Sticks and Stones. Our words have impact on the people around us.

perspectives December 12, 2014

I will never forget stepping off the bus on Dec. 3, 2009, to find my mother waiting for me, her eyes sorrowful and her face tearstained. “Something bad has happened,” she said. My mind raced. Had...

Choosing to die is not dignified

Choosing to die is not dignified

Contributor December 12, 2014

If you’ve been keeping up with your social media, then you’ve probably heard of 29-year-old Brittany Maynard. Maynard was diagnosed with Stage 4 brain cancer earlier this year. By April, doctors determined...

Fading away into memory

feature April 28, 2011

As prevalence increases, families continue to struggle with emotional toll of Alzheimer’s By Victor Xu <[email protected]> On Oct. 12 after school, sophomore Molly Pittman entered the nursing...

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