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Parkour Playground: Junior Isaac Manlick trains for American Ninja Warrior

Parkour Playground: Junior Isaac Manlick trains for American Ninja Warrior

Jordyn Blakey March 23, 2018

Why did you become interested in parkour? I really started doing a lot of pull-ups. I’m a cross country and track runner. Sophomore year, I had a pretty bad injury, and I wasn’t able to run...

Culture Clash: Students should utilize clubs to explore other cultures, expand horizons.

Culture Clash: Students should utilize clubs to explore other cultures, expand horizons.

Jordyn Blakey, 15 Minutes Editor January 25, 2018

As an African-American student, when I first came to CHS, I felt like there weren’t a whole lot of people like me. I knew all of these faces, but they seemed unfamiliar at the same time. As a result,...

Wont Be Erased. Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow” shows misrepresentation of people of color.

Won’t Be Erased. Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow” shows misrepresentation of people of color.

perspectives May 19, 2016

On April 7, I was gleefully watching one of my favorite shows, “Sleepy Hollow.” This show chronicles the story of a modern-day Ichabod Crane and his journeys with the supernatural. The main character,...

Quade holds the plans for the remodel. She said it will add more self service options to the cafeteria. PHOTO // JORDYN BLAKEY

Main Cafeteria prepares for remodel

Beats March 31, 2016

The main cafeteria will be remodeling close to the end of the year. As they remodel, they will shut down the Fast Track line of the cafeteria. According to manager Theresa Quade, they will be serving...

GETTING THE VOTE:
Senior April Johnson expresses her liberal views in class by explaining the “majority rules” voting system. The government operates on a similar system, making decisions based on the preferences of the majority. To demonstrate  the system, Johnson asked her classmates to show their opinions by raising their hands in a class vote. CAROLYN ZHANG // PHOTO

Students recognize division in politics due to different genders’ political values

feature October 9, 2015

Senior Benjamin “Ben” Miller has always been drawn to politics. His interest spurred from his fascination with John F. Kennedy. Recently, Miller said he has noticed an increasing gender gap in politics....

Black Lives (still) Matter. ‘All Lives Matter’ detracts meaning from the original statement ‘Black Lives Matter.’

Black Lives (still) Matter. ‘All Lives Matter’ detracts meaning from the original statement ‘Black Lives Matter.’

perspectives September 16, 2015

When I hear that another African-American teen has been killed by the hands of law enforcement, my stomach churns. One of the biggest issues in the country today is racial equality, and I’m tired of...

Main Cafe Sells Sushi

Main Cafe Sells Sushi

Beats August 31, 2015

The main cafeteria serves sushi every Friday. The sushi is supplied by Sushi Boss. It costs $6.50. Sophomore Joanna Zhang purchases sushi every friday. “ I like sushi and when I saw it I was like,...

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