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CHS students discuss their virginity, and when it’s a good time to loose it

CHS students discuss their virginity, and when it’s a good time to loose it

Maddie Curtis and Sarah Lynch

The average American loses his or her virginity at age 17, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Between the ages of 20 and 24, about 12 percent of females and 14 percent of males...  Read More »

Feb 18

Students say masturbation is stigmatized based on gender

Students say masturbation is stigmatized based on gender

Courtney Kushnir and Lara Graney

Masturbation. Just saying the word can bring cringes, averted eyes and red cheeks, which is why there are hundreds of euphemisms to avoid saying it. But here’s the truth: a 2011 study by JAMA Pediatrics,...  Read More »

Feb 18

Families address, or avoid, the “S” word

Families address, or avoid, the “S” word

Caroline Monaghan

Approximately 65 percent of CHS students do not talk to their parents about sex, according to a survey of 228 students from Jan. 19 to Jan. 20, and 68 percent do not feel comfortable bringing up the subject....  Read More »

Feb 17

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What women really think about Valentine’s Day

What women really think about Valentine’s Day

Sally Ehlers

Love. Every February the idea of love and romance flourishes in the air around us. Hearts full of chocolates fill stores, cute cards line the shelves and waves of red and pink crash upon our lives. ...  Read More »

Feb 11

Students march for women’s rights in D.C, NYC and Asbury Park

Students march for women’s rights in D.C, NYC and Asbury Park

Zoe McDonnell, Allie Kuo, Courtney Kushnir, and Caroline Savage

Four CHS students attended Women's Marches in Washington D.C., New York, N.Y. and Asbury Park, N.J. and shared their varied experiences. Junior Zoe McDonnell of Middletown – Washington D.C. “We will not go away, welcome to your first day!” I, along with over 1 million others, ch...  Read More »

Feb 1

Chinese New Year is still exciting as a teen

Chinese New Year is still exciting as a teen

Allie Kuo

When I was younger, Chinese New Year really meant two things to me: red envelopes and traditional Chinese cake. Although I never knew when exactly the holiday was since the date is based on the lunar ...  Read More »

Jan 30

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‘Silence’ explore loyalty, perseverance in Christian missionaries’ journey

‘Silence’ explore loyalty, perseverance in Christian missionaries’ journey

Sawyer Barth

The recent release of historical drama film “Silence” marks the end of a nearly 30-year-long journey. Since 1989, Oscar-winning director Martin Scorsese, known for films such as “Goodfellas” and...  Read More »

Feb 20 • No Comments

“Lion” draws attention to global ignored issues

“Lion” draws attention to global ignored issues

Michael Landolfi

“Lion” is a poignant film from first-time director Garth Davis. Starring Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman, Rooney Mara and the eight-year-old Sunny Pawar, the movie takes place in India and Australia, telling...  Read More »

Feb 18 • No Comments

59th annual Grammy Awards set to take place tomorrow

59th annual Grammy Awards set to take place tomorrow

Michael Landolfi

The Recording Academy will host its 59th annual Grammy Awards tonight. The show honors musical achievements during the eligibility year, which was from Oct. 1, 2015 to Sept. 30, 2016. R&B singer Beyonc...  Read More »

Feb 11 • No Comments

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Junior Marie Schobel breaks record for 100 meters

Junior Marie Schobel breaks record for 100 meters

Arielle Cohen

Marie Schobel of Sea Girt, NJ broke the previous Manasquan High School record for backstroke on Tuesday, December 6. With a time of 58.33 seconds, she beat Caroline Petrone’s 2013 record of 59.04, according...  Read More »

Jan 1

Female athletes still feel subtle sting of discrimination at all levels

Female athletes still feel subtle sting of discrimination at all levels

Meredith Prud’homme and Emmanuella Macri

It took women over 2,000 years to be allowed into the Olympic games according to Infoplease.com. Since then, female athletes are slowly becoming more accepted, but not everything is equal between the tw...  Read More »

Dec 22

CHS sports are a family affair

CHS sports are a family affair

Mia Gallo

Family history and upbringings play a part in what sports students choose to pursue throughout high school and beyond. While there may not be families of the caliber of the Mannings at CHS, athleticism...  Read More »

Dec 22

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