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Students suggest handbook alterations

Students suggest handbook alterations

Shannon Damiano

CHS students share what they would like to change about the student handbook.

March 23

Family dinners can affect future health and success

Family dinners can affect future health and success

Elizabeth Klemm

At CHS 49 percent of students eat with their families four or more times a week according to a survey of 228 students from Jan. 19, 2017 to Jan. 20, 2017. Some CHS families find it difficult to sit d...

March 19

Physics teacher gives the equation for good career

Physics teacher gives the equation for good career

Brigid Garrett

Steve Godkin explains how he started teaching physics and what his job is truly like.

February 24

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Circus Drive-In may close, making way for PETA

Circus Drive-In may close, making way for PETA

Kail Ying

For many Monmouth County residents and visitors, the idea of the Circus garners memories of a childish, fun environment and loving atmosphere full of food. After all, The Circus Drive-In Restaurant was ...

March 16

Social media cleanses are beyond beneficial

Social media cleanses are beyond beneficial

Izzy Cavazzoni

Six hundred million Instagram accounts. Over a billion daily active users on Facebook. Around 350,000 average tweets per minute. No matter the platform, social media’s ubiquitous presence in the dail...

March 15

Obama’s legacy is filled with failures and lies

Obama’s legacy is filled with failures and lies

Will Dean

The day is Jan. 20, 2009. Barack Obama has just been sworn in as president, making history as the first African American to do so. Americans and people across the world are filled with hope and excite...

March 13

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Drake’s new playlist disappoints

Drake’s new playlist disappoints

Julia Pardee

The humble “6 God” promised his 22-song playlist would become “the soundtrack of your life.” He promised it would be released in December – actually, in February. But the underwhelming album “...

March 24No Comments

CHS follows 90s trends

CHS follows 90s trends

Maura DeRose and Julia Pardee

With Fuller House on Netflix, My So-Called Life streaming on Hulu and Donald Trump in the White House, 90s-inspired pop culture is here to stay, especially in the fashion world. Throughout 2016, slip dr...

March 13No Comments

Sheeran ends hiatus with new music

Sheeran ends hiatus with new music

Sam DeCuicies

After his hiatus from the music scene, the famous ginger from Britain has finally returned. Ed Sheeran’s newest album "÷" is set to drop on March 3. To promote the album, Sheeran released two singles ...

March 2No Comments

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Athletes have different perspectives on parent coaches

Athletes have different perspectives on parent coaches

Kiera Gill

Coaching can make or break an athlete's success. Competitors in high level sports can often have their fates determined by their relationship with their coach, and for some, this relationship is a real boo...

March 10

Karl attends Women’s Leadership Conference

Karl attends Women’s Leadership Conference

Arielle Cohen

Abigail Karl, a junior from Monmouth Beach, represented CHS at the Women's Leadership Conference on Sunday, Feb. 26. The conference was held at Monmouth University and was sponsored by Morgan Stanley. ...

March 7

Team bonding is an important part of sports

Team bonding is an important part of sports

Emmanuella Macri

Members of sports teams are encouraged to work together during sports events, but some teams also stress the importance of team bonding outside of practices and games. Junior Megan Stanislowski of Wall plays on t...

February 9

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The News of Communications High School
The News of Communications High School