Diving In the Deep

Ben Traylor

February 23, 2017

In 1994, the CHS swimming team began accommodating divers to become the Girls’ Swimming and Diving team. Since then, the squad has taken home the State Championship every year, yet divers on the team are not the typical face of the team’s dominance, as only 14 divers have qualified for state in the...

House of Books starting up with new leadership

Jai Sanghani

September 29, 2016

            The next meeting for House of Books is yet to be determined. However, House of Books is starting with new leadership.             This year there are two people leading the group, president and senior Angela Sun and Sam Sinder, vice president and senior.             Sinder ...

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.”

Students, teachers realize bias in history, want to hear both sides of the story

MAKING HISTORY: Katie Kelly, AP World History teacher, teachers her class about the Aztecs. Kelly said bias in history is inevitable.


November 14, 2014

The second Monday of October, commonly known as Columbus Day, had a more solemn tone this year in Seattle. The city is now among the growing number of cities in the United States, including Minneapolis and Berkeley, CA, which now celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day instead of Columbus Day. The Seattle...