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Pre-Prom Interviews 2011 (Video)

May 27, 2011

The Inkblot News interviewed sophomores, juniors and seniors before they left school to get ready for prom later that evening. This video shows their expetations about this year's prom theme and what they will be wearing to the big event. This video was created by Matt Goldman and Bryan Principe. ...

QR Code Fast Access

April 22, 2011

Use The Inkblot's new QR code to quickly access the site, and see the latest CHS News. The Inkblot plans to publish these codes around the school and by the Journalism Room.

New Blot Website

April 22, 2011

In collaboration with the 50th issue, the staff of The Inkblot has launched a new version of the website. Focused on more constant updates, we hope the new site will be the must-read of all CHS students. In addition, we will in the near future be uploading back-issues to the new digital print e-reader....

Issue 4: Online Edition

April 22, 2011

Digital version of the print edition! Originally Published: April 15th, 2011 [issuu showflipbtn=true documentid=110416012535-0cf9ae2b7bb947f198061e778fff7ab0 docname=vol9issue4 username=theinkblot loadinginfotext=The%20Inkblot%20-%20Volume%209%2C%20Issue%204...

Editors reflect on Inkblot’s history, legacy

April 22, 2011

By RYAN PETTIT and JACKIE TEMPERA Editors-in-Chief Ask either one of us to name what’s great about working for The Inkblot, and we’d point to the layout sessions and the craziness that it brings. As Mrs. Mulshine blasts her eclectic iTunes library and reads through our work, the staff members sit, t...

Budget for next year ‘uncertain,’ McCorkell says

April 22, 2011

By ALEX PETTIT Video Editor Attendees of the March 3 Parent Student Faculty Association meeting left with a greater understanding of the upcoming year’s budget cuts, thanks to guest speaker Monmouth County Vocational School District Superintendent Timothy McCorkell. “There is good news and the...

CHS is #1 in language arts statewide

April 22, 2011

By LAURA GLEASON Staff Writer The Class of 2011 was ranked Number 1 this year in New Jersey for the most students achieving “advanced proficient” in the Language Arts section of the High School Proficiency Assessment. CHS’s current seniors scored advanced proficient in all the categories in b...

Admin hopes high for 2011 HSPA test

April 22, 2011

By CONNOR McAULEY Staff Writer Throughout the past couple of weeks student conversation revolved around the High School Proficiency Assessment test, with a certain emphasis on the phrase “100 percent advanced proficient,” encouraged by Principal James Gleason. “It’s a matter of shooting fo...

Boteega website set for e-shopping

April 22, 2011

By JESSIE KRAUS-LAVY News Editor Commerce at school has gone online with the launch of Boteega, an online marketplace designed specifically for students. “Boteega, or ‘botiga’ in its original Catalan, translates to ‘store,’” states the Boteega website. Founding member senior Matt Amato ...

STN: S is for ‘success’

April 22, 2011

By ANDREW GOUDSWARD Staff Writer Nine students and Broadcast Club adviser Jennifer Cornine returned from the Student Television Network trip last month with three national awards. The group won second place in the Sweet 16 Film Competition and in the Sweet 16 Broadcast News Competition. The group ...

Academy bands battle for brag rights – CHS group takes third place

April 22, 2011

By SARA WALLACH News Editor Monmouth County Vocational School District’s musical talent gathered at High Technology High School on Friday, March 18, at the annual Battle of the Bands Competition, with CHS’s premiere band, Suburban Cliché, taking third place. About 100 students, friends and pa...

Egyptian-American tweets revolution

April 22, 2011

By LAUREN BRIELLE NEVILLE Photo Editor Jackson Township native Hoda Abdolrazek sent out the tweet on Feb. 11, the day her adopted homeland became free. “sODAwithanH: The first step for #Egypt Ousting #Mubarak now for some serious social-economic reforms.” The 20-year-old Rutgers University Stu...

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