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A New Reality. Virtual reality can offer a wide range of new possibilities.

A New Reality. Virtual reality can offer a wide range of new possibilities.

Shiva Vallabhaneni, Managing Editor March 17, 2017

Immersed in a game called “The Solus Project,” I was enthralled in the level of narrative and problem-solving in the game. Through this immersive experience, the benefits are far more than just an...

Rage Against the Machine. Students should think rationally about results of the election.

Rage Against the Machine. Students should think rationally about results of the election.

Shiva Vallabhaneni, Managing Editor December 12, 2016

A time of year where we should be united, we are divided. After witnessing the aftermath of the 2016 election, the riots as well as the peaceful protests. It struck me how divided the country really was...

Cabinet officers and House members demonstrate last year’s Dance Marathon dance during SRT. Cabinet member and senior Brendan Shemer is really looking forward to Dance Marathon as he said it is his favorite event of the year.

Cabinet plans Smoothie Smashdown as well as Dance Marathon registration

Shiva Vallabhaneni, Managing Editor November 30, 2016

Cabinet has began to plan Smoothie Smashdown this month. According to sponsor Sarah Wolff, there are some fun surprises being planned for the event. Each year, the committee comes up with a few games during...

PODCASTING: Lets Talk About That

PODCASTING: Let’s Talk About That

Shiva Vallabhaneni, Graphic Artist September 16, 2016

Make It Count. Students should enjoy high school while it lasts.

Make It Count. Students should enjoy high school while it lasts.

perspectives August 16, 2016

Writing a column like this usually makes people sound pretentious and a little snobby, but what I’m about to say comes from personal reflection and is sincere. When I think about the good times I have...

SPORTS BRIEFS

SPORTS BRIEFS

sports April 21, 2016

CHS students enjoy growing influence of Indian culture in American media

CHS students enjoy growing influence of Indian culture in American media

entertainment February 19, 2016

When junior Veeda Scammahorn went to her friend’s birthday party in seventh grade, they decided to watch a movie. While the first option was “Harry Potter,” Scammahorn did not want to watch it because...

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