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Cooking teacher Nicholas Carter demonstrates how to toss mushrooms to senior Matt Arnold. He tells Arnold to have confidence in cooking.

CHS students talk about cooking, stereotypes, working professionally in restaurant industry

Kruti Subbannavar November 5, 2020

Every first Thursday of November, the United States recognizes something called National Men Make Dinner Day. This year, it will take place on Nov. 5. Sophomore Arthur Yeh, who is a student in Advanced...

Junior Sophia Hughes and senior Jason Murray vocally rehearse in an act and scene of “Peter and the Starcatcher.” Hughes will play the male role of Bill Slank.

Females of Peter and the StarCatcher: The February production features several females playing male roles, challenging the idea of a male-dominated theater

Kassandra Darnell January 25, 2018

Gender bending within theater has been a common practice since the ancient times and is mostly associated with roles written by William Shakespeare. Back then, having a typically female role played by...

Junior Adelle Murphy presents her favorite piece of artwork. The old woman has green eyes that contrasts with the rest of the drawing in black and white in order to showcase that her eyes are not dull due to time; they are still bright. Murphy said female artists are still not as represented and not taken seriously.

Frida(m) Calling: CHS students, teachers assess how the work of female artists has empowered them

Angela Qian, Feature Reporter, Beats Editor September 21, 2017

To honor what would have been Frida Kahlo’s 110th birthday on July 6, hundreds of people donned floral dresses, shawls, artificial flowers and unibrows in an attempt to set the world record for the largest...

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