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Celebrities ‘sell out’ with advertisements, students understand

Celebrities ‘sell out’ with advertisements, students understand

Madeline Holobinko

March 2, 2018


Filed under Arts

From Amy Schumer's Budweiser commercials to Drake’s T-Mobile ads, celebrities partner with big name companies all the time. Whether those collaborations are considered “selling out” is something that people disagree on. “Selling out” is when celebrities exchange “their credibility for large pay...

Celebrities in Washington: Stay in Hollywood or get political experience

Celebrities in Washington: Stay in Hollywood or get political experience

Vaughn Battista

March 2, 2018


Filed under Opinion

As 2020 nears, more and more articles like Politico’s “The Serious Case for Oprah 2020” arise. Donald Trump’s approval ratings are at an all-time low, leading some to suggest replacements for the current president in the 2020 election. People have pushed celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey, Kanye West...

Celebrity activists change little in politics

Celebrity activists change little in politics

Vaughn Battista

December 16, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Recently, celebrities have been more active in our current political climate. Whether it's Eminem’s attack on Trump during the BET Hip Hop Awards or Meryl Streep criticizing the president during her Golden Globes speech, many have been voicing their political opinions. But very few actually contribute...

Students and teachers encounter famous figures by chance and at planned events

Students and teachers encounter famous figures by chance and at planned events

Jacqueline Geller

December 22, 2016


Filed under Features

Not every person has the opportunity to walk down the red carpet in the latest fashion made by couture designers, but that does not stop CHS students and teachers from encountering celebrities. Junior Arielle Hutchinson of Ocean won a radio station contest on Z100 and was able to see 5 Seconds of S...

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