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NHS attracts future leaders

NHS attracts future leaders

Tess Rempel

November 13, 2017

National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide program that attracts bright students and future leaders. NHS is a popular club in CHS, but not everyone has what it takes to keep track of the many requirem...

Themes, rules filter into social media feeds

Themes, rules filter into social media feeds

Mia Gallo

November 13, 2017

Prime posting time, follower ratios, post frequency, filters, hashtags. All of these are essential to truly mastering Instagram. According to Vogue, there are many “rules” to Instagram for maximizing likes...

Field trips are a staple of CHS clubs

Field trips are a staple of CHS clubs

Izzy Erskine and Erin Brady

November 13, 2017

For years, students have loaded onto yellow buses to visit art, science and history museums as well as theaters, zoos and historical sites. Field trips are designed to get students out of the classroom a...

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NFL practices protected speech

Madison Vigdor

December 10, 2017

It all started with a kneel. Colin Kaepernick, the quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers at the time, took a knee during the national anthem at a home game against the Houston Texans on Aug. 14, 2016...

Tess Rempel

November 16, 2017

The dawn of a new school year often makes students think about which activities outside of school are really worth their time. According to CentSaiAdulting.com, 4.7 million teenagers consider a job to...

Columbus Day should not be a federal holiday

Caroline Monaghan

October 12, 2017

Though Columbus Day grants us another day to sleep in, it is a holiday that detracts from American beliefs. Celebrating a man that enslaved, murdered and exploited natives is neither patriotic nor honorable. Christopher...

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Anastasia better on screen

Anastasia better on screen

Courtney Kushnir and Isabella Cavazzoni

November 13, 2017No Comments

Before seeing “Anastasia” on Broadway, we didn’t think it possible to take a coup in communist Russia and make it into a musical. Though, our first mistake was doubting the theatre community and their...

Blade Runner: sequel satisfies visually

Blade Runner: sequel satisfies visually

Veronica Yaron

November 13, 2017No Comments

Sequels and revamps have always generated a collective amount of enthusiasm from fans - those who are eager to get a bit more from their beloved original. The 75-year-old action star, Harrison Ford, has...

Open mics give students a voice

Open mics give students a voice

Emily Toro

November 13, 2017No Comments

A wooden stool sits in the foreground of a deep stage. Performers hear the sound of ice clicking against glasses and whispers in the back row. Their abdominals hurt from laughing at the witty comedian ...

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Water sports: students beat summer heat

Sarah McNey

September 15, 2017

Staying cool during the summer can be a challenge, especially on the Jersey Shore. Several CHS students have found a way to beat the heat: water sports. Swimming is a popular sport among high schooler...

Pre-season training proves worth it for athletes

Emmanuella Macri

September 15, 2017

For student athletes, summer break doesn’t mean a break from sports but rather a time to train for the upcoming season. Senior Megan Stanislowski of Wall plays volleyball for Wall High School. She ...

Athletes and their parents pay a hefty price for sports

Emmanuella Macri

September 15, 2017

Sophomore and figure skater Ainsley Vetter of Wall is familiar with the expenses that come with full commitment to a sport. “In my sport, athletes have to pay for their own skates, blades, competiti...

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