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Students, teachers find many don’t know true meaning of Cinco de Mayo, seek to spread awareness

Students, teachers find many don’t know true meaning of Cinco de Mayo, seek to spread awareness

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April 21, 2016


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Junior Bella Layman said she wants more people to know the real history behind Cinco de Mayo before they celebrate this year. “I think the general American thinks that Cinco de Mayo is Independence Day (for Mexicans). They haven’t researched it; they just assume,” Layman said. According to...

CHS students who experienced, witnessed cyberbullying encourage others to speak up

CHS students who experienced, witnessed  cyberbullying encourage others to speak up

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February 19, 2016


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Last year, sophomore Catherine Baker attended a private school. At that school, Baker’s closest friends made a hate account about her by posting pictures and following Baker’s followers on her real account. The fake account was made on Instagram, a site that gets around 75 million users a day. They...

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


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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...

CHS Science Olympiad team to attend Wright State Invitational for first time on Feb. 6

CHS Science Olympiad team to attend Wright State Invitational for first time on Feb. 6

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January 21, 2016


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CHS’s Science Olympiad team will attend the Wright State Invitational on Feb. 6. The event is a precursor to the national qualifying state tournament in late March. Cynthia Henry, club sponsor and science teacher, said there are not any requirements to compete in the Wright State Invitational other...

Students in service industry find tips to be necessary, reflection of good work

Students in service industry find tips  to be necessary, reflection of good work

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December 14, 2015


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The bells ring at 3:05 p.m. every day to signal the end of another day at CHS, but unlike most of her classmates who head on home or to extracurricular activities following a long day at school, junior Frances Rafferty heads over to Bub’s Burgers and Ice Cream where she is currently employed as a server. Rafferty...

CHS athletes continuing their athletic careers in college decide between Division I, II, III school

CHS athletes continuing their athletic careers  in college decide between Division I, II, III school

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November 13, 2015


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Like many CHS seniors, varsity soccer player Tyler Majeski went through the college selection process, yet unlike many of his other classmates, Majeski will be continuing his soccer career at the collegiate level. Next fall, Majeski will not only be a Franklin College Grizzly, but also don a navy b...

CHS football team implements new tackle techniques to reduce risk of concussions

CHS football team implements new tackle techniques to reduce risk of concussions

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September 16, 2015


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Every year, stories dominate the sports headlines about how concussions have ended a player’s season, made someone quit the game, or even caused a player’s death. This year, the CHS football program has attempted to cut down on concussions through the implementation of rugby-style tackling. Cade...

Sporting A Different Belt

Sporting A Different Belt

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March 20, 2015


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When he was a kid, junior Mario Lazaga wanted to be a one man army capable of taking on many people at once. After seven years of training, Lazaga has finally reached his secondary black belt in taekwondo. “When I first started, I was nine about to turn ten, and I remember that I wanted to learn how...

Indian Student to meet Dec. 4, plan Cultural Events

Indian Student to meet Dec. 4, plan Cultural Events

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December 2, 2014


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On Dec. 4, Indian Student Alliance (ISA) will make plans for cultural events with other foreign cultural clubs in Room A326 after school. ISA member and sophomore Vishnu Vaid approached Nida Khan, club president and senior, earlier this month about doing events with other clubs. The meeting will take...