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‘Every Day’ book vs. movie

‘Every Day’ book vs. movie

Jacynth Apora

May 4, 2018


Filed under Arts

If you changed bodies every day, how would you make each day count? The novel and movie “Every Day” focuses on main character A, who wakes up in a different body each day. A makes sure that they never change the course of someone’s life – they try not to alter anything or make decisions th...

Writer’s Club turns ‘Book Nook’ into ‘Dead Poets Library’

Writer’s Club turns ‘Book Nook’ into ‘Dead Poets Library’

Khushi Kadakia

March 2, 2018


Filed under Arts

This spring semester brings students new classes, new teachers and a new library. Writers’ Club, advised by English teacher Kathryn Diver, will transform the CHS library, known as the “Book Nook,” into “The Dead Poets’ Library.” The library and its existing books and shelves will move f...

America needs public libraries

America needs public libraries

Caroline Monaghan

April 22, 2017


Filed under Opinion

In the current world of eBooks and the Internet, the thought of a public library seems dated and like a waste of tax dollars. If you’re paying taxes to have a building hold antiquated books and even more obsolete software, this is definitely true. But this is simply not the case. Libraries across America hav...

“Girl Mans Up” breaks LGBTQ+ stereotypes

“Girl Mans Up” breaks LGBTQ+ stereotypes

Veronica Yaron

December 22, 2016


Filed under Arts, Reviews

I have never wanted to thank my friends for abandoning me in Barnes & Noble more than when I stumbled upon “Girl Mans Up” by M-E Girard. For the first time in years, I picked up a young adult novel that I truly saw as different and not a pre-sold idea that has been rehashed a hundred times before. The...

“Settle for More” incites action and inspires readers

“Settle for More” incites action and inspires readers

Izzy Cavazzoni

December 22, 2016


Filed under Arts, Reviews

From a young age, my mother instilled in me that as a woman, I can do anything I set my mind to. She also pointed me to who would be my role model for the next four years and counting: Megyn Kelly, someone who personifies feminism, though she may never outwardly say it. As a woman who speaks her mind...

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