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SING ALONG: With the shutdown of theaters, including Broadway, movie musicals have been a popular replacement for those craving a little song and dance on stage.  Which movie musicals are your favorites? Share with us in the comments below.

Singing from your sofa: movie musicals to enjoy at home

Grace Pak, Guest Writer March 15, 2021

For this guest review, we welcome freelance writer and CHS sophomore Grace Pak! If you would like to be a guest writer, please contact our adviser Kate Muir at [email protected] During this...

SKYSCRAPERS: The simplistic, yet engaging cover of the book features constellations; a show of proof as to how small we really are amongst the grand scheme of things.

Little Cosmonaut: ‘We Are The Ants’ (Review)

Ryleigh Underwood March 11, 2021

When I go book-shopping, I always look for eye-catching covers. It’s a natural instinct, anything bright, colorful, or remotely interesting is bound to get our attention; and that’s part of the...

SMOKY SCENES: This album cover was designed to represent the highly polluted London area.

Covid Clear: “Your City Gave Me Asthma” (Review)

Ryleigh Underwood January 21, 2021

2020 was certainly one that will go down in history as a raging pandemic, wildfires in Australia, and political climates in turmoil gripped our world in their icy talons. However, there is a bright...

COVID CREATIVE: Students from all types of art classes are continuing to create beautiful artwork away from the classroom. Despite difficulties, students have managed to make the best of the situation.

Creativity through change: Art classes continue under Tier 1 restrictions

Jay Barker December 23, 2020

Art class has been a common experience among all students since the beginning of school, or even before. From preschool to high school, art class has always been a hands-on class. This year, even with...

ONE BIG PLATE: The album cover for Bad Contestant shows Maltese looking very bored as he sits between a fighting older couple.

Blast from the past: Matt Maltese’s 2018 “Bad Contestant” resonates with 2020

Ryleigh Underwood December 17, 2020

Sometimes an album can take on new meaning years later, especially when one of those years is 2020. 22-year-old South London artist Matt Maltese released ‘Bad Contestant,’ his long-awaited debut...

HOME STUDIO:  Sophomore Connor Lindsay prepares for a day of remote learning, including symphonic band.  The music classes have had to get creative to continue making music together.

Take notes: How CHS is staying musical under lockdown restrictions

Jay Barker December 14, 2020

UPDATE: The music department will hold a virtual concert Thurs 12/17 at 7pm.  You can access the concert here. Music is an important part of the lives of many students everywhere, and the pandemic...

THERE'S BEEN A MURDER: A crewmate is stabbed to death by the imposter while no other players are around. The goal of the imposter is to kill the other crewmates without being discovered.

Among Us: Murder mystery game goes viral among teens

Jay Barker November 3, 2020
“I like the simplicity. It’s pretty easy to learn and based off of concepts people are already familiar with. It’s calming and fun, even if it involves murder.”
'No Fear'- Dej Loaf

‘No Fear’- Dej Loaf

Karolena Santiago, Photographer May 14, 2019

“No Fear” by Dej Loaf has reached an exciting twenty-one million views after being published on June 28, 2017. “The song is about living life how you want to,” Loaf said. The song was widely used...

Released on February 1, Russian Doll is an eight episode Netflix original. The show features clever plot lines and intriguing characters.

“Russian Doll” is the best Netflix original content (Review)

Carol Etzel, Magazine Editor-in-Chief March 15, 2019

Repeatedly experiencing your death can really put your life in perspective. 36-year-old Nadia is stuck in a time loop, forced to relive her birthday party only to die and do it all over again. With...

T-series (left) and PewDiePie (right) have been locked in a battle for the most subscribers for several months. Many fans of YouTube are scared that PewDiePie losing his crown will officially mark when YouTube lost its identity.

PewDiePie vs T-Series: The war for YouTube’s identity (Editorial)

Cameron Fritz, Publications Manager March 12, 2019

A war is brewing in the depths of YouTube. PewDiePie, YouTube's most subscribed to video creator faces off against India’s biggest movie production company, T-series for the position of most subscribed...

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