Over the years, Halloween has evolved into a night that is different for many different age groups, specifically teens. But the classic Halloween staples of costumes, trick-or-treating and parties remain for some CHS... Read More »
Senior Jenna Cohen of Freehold took her first college visit in the beginning of junior year.
“I visited six colleges. I found it very beneficial,” Cohen said. “I think it gives you the perspec... Read More »
Say goodbye to the famous green siren and hello to the new black crow.
Autumn is here and the signs are everywhere: red and orange, newly colorful trees line the streets and pumpkin spice lattes warm ev... Read More »
Fifty-eight percent of registered voters are dissatisfied with choosing between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential Election, according to a recent Washington Post/ABC News Poll.
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In the past few years, a popular new ideology has emerged, preaching that certain programs be made free of charge, or at least be reduced in cost.
The services include Denmark’s free healthcare system, Germany... Read More »
The life of an upperclassman has no shortage of stressors: harder classes, college applications and SATs, just to name a few. Not to mention, 58 percent of CHS upperclassmen have added National Honor Socie... Read More »
Hacksaw Ridge, released on November 4th, 2016, is the latest film by the controversial director Mel Gibson. The film stars Andrew Garfield as Desmond Doss, the soldier who, during the storm on Okinawa in ... Read More »
Eating out with friends is a tasty way to make unforgettable memories. But with dietary preferences and restrictions becoming commonplace, finding a place where everyone can eat is no easy task.
So... Read More »
The ever-expanding society of movie-lovers in America often sits down to enjoy a film, whether new or often rewatched, without thinking about the effort that went into its making.
I recently attended... Read More »
If a modern sports fan at the Super Bowl happened to miss the winning touchdown of the game, he or she would only have to wait a couple of seconds for the instant replay. But any time before 1985, this ... Read More »
Summer jobs are in high demand for teenagers who are looking to earn some spending money. But it’s difficult to find the compromise between soaking up the sun and getting a decent job. For many CHS stud... Read More »
Many CHS students return to their home high schools to play sports. Some students began doing this as early as freshman year and began playing varsity their starting year.
Senior Kat Holtz of Hazlet ... Read More »