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Writers gain knowledge, awards at CSPA conference

One of the more popular sessions at the CSPA conference, CHS students were among the attendees waiting in the crowd for the presentation by students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Isabella Antoon

May 4, 2018

The Columbia Scholastic Press Association welcomed 10 staff members of The Inkblot to its Spring Conference at Columbia University in New York City from Wednesday, March 14 to Friday, March 16. Inkblot representatives experienced life on a college campus by attending seminars along with other studen...

Junior Inkblot editors visit the Big Apple

Inkblot junior editors traveled by subway during their three-day trip to New York City.

Brigid Garrett

March 27, 2017

From March 15-17 the juniors on The Inkblot edit board visited Columbia University for the Columbia Scholastic Press Association's 93rd Annual Spring Conference.

Inkblotters attend Fall Press Day at Rutgers

Juniors Courtney Kushnir of Colts Neck and Elizabeth Klemm of Middletown take a look at the work of New Jersey high school journalists on display at Fall Press Day.

Courtney Kushnir

October 30, 2016

The Inkblot staff traveled to Rutgers University for the annual Fall Press Day field trip on Oct. 24. The Garden State Scholastic Press Association (GSSPA) hosts and plans the event annually. Teen journalists and school newspaper advisers gathered on Busch Campus and attended seminars on topics ranging...

Meet the Presidents of CHS

Meet the Presidents of CHS

Brigid Garrett and Jack Mannion

September 29, 2016

The Presidents of CHS's official clubs and class councils discuss their club, role as president and themselves as a person.  

Lights! Camera! Inkblot!

Julianne Sackett

March 27, 2016

Students of CHS have relied on The Inkblot to get their news for years, but this spring, The Inkblot will be broadcasting news from CHS’ very own TV studio. Next month, the new InkTV crew will begin work, writing and filming their broadcast. The new show will air after editing and final revisions...

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