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Hands of Hope: With natural disasters becoming increasingly common, CHS students, staff think about how to plan for the future

Hands of Hope: With natural disasters becoming increasingly common, CHS students, staff think about how to plan for the future

Avery Thorpe

October 26, 2017

One hundred thirty two mile per hour winds, nine days of rainfall and $190 billion worth of destruction. This is the impact Hurricane Harvey had on southeast Texas, where the tropical storm hit the hardest. Harvey was a Category 3 storm. A few weeks later, a similar scenario played out when Hurricane Irma...

Stopping the Stereotypes

Stopping the Stereotypes

News

August 16, 2016

When Omar Hindi, Muslim Student Alliance member and senior, and his family went out to the Original Pancake House for lunch a couple of weeks after school had ended last year, nothing distinguished them from other seemingly “American” customers around them. Nothing, that is, except for the hijab...