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Does Legacy Rule?: Legacy is key factor in college decision process

Does Legacy Rule?: Legacy is key factor in college decision process

Anjali Natarajan, Calina He, Leslie Huang, and Raphael Li

March 22, 2019

For senior Tori Ledezma, the decision to apply early action to Purdue University was an easy one. After all, her parents went there, and Ledezma said that was a large factor for her. In mid-February, Ledezma officially committed to Purdue University. Ledezma said her final decision to commit to Purdue was ...

After earning InvenTeam grant, CHS InvenTeam goes to MIT to present project at Eurekafest

After earning InvenTeam grant, CHS  InvenTeam goes to MIT to present project at Eurekafest

Armaan Goel, Story

January 24, 2017

This year CHS InvenTeam has been selected to be one of the 15 teams from around the country to receive the prestigious InvenTeam grant. The InvenTeam is program is offered by Lemelson-MIT an organization that is the cooperation between the Lemelson Foundation and MIT. InventTeams are groups of high sch...

Finding how it works (Q&A): Parker Lawrence is a CHS student who is working on his own game engine, programming language, and computer.

Finding how it works (Q&A): Parker Lawrence is a CHS student who is working on his own game engine, programming language, and computer.

Michelle Yin, Reporter

October 20, 2016

What inspired you to pursue these projects in making your own game engine, and computer? PL: I’m really fascinated with how things work, so if I get an explanation of how something works, I don’t feel like it’s enough. So I like doing things myself, I like building things myself, with the eng...

CHS students to compete at Harvard-MIT Math Tournament in Boston

CHS students to compete at Harvard-MIT Math Tournament in Boston

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February 19, 2016

Five CHS students plan to attend the Harvard-MIT Math Tournament (HMMT) tomorrow at Harvard University. HMMT registration director David Liang ‘14 said via email, “HMMT is a biannual math contest that is hosted by a coalition of Harvard and MIT students. There is a November tournament that is g...

Low college acceptance rates pressure students to look into personal fit with schools

Low college acceptance rates pressure students to look into personal fit with schools

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January 21, 2016

Senior Joe Philleo has applied to several of the most well-known and prestigious universities in the country: Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are all possibilities for him. Furthermore, he said he thinks he has a good chance of being accepted into these “dream...