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Survey of 54 CHS students from Dec. 6 to Dec. 16.

Protests in China break the internet in combating government censorship

Katrina Hung and Brigitte Hung January 20, 2023

In the modern day, news and articles reporting on the happenings around the world are accessed via the internet and social media platforms. However, in various cases, the information that is shared is...

The popularity of protests has sparked curiosity of how they are so effective at making change in numerous countries to fight various issues.

Identifying why protests work

Lillian Chen and Zaina Saif November 24, 2022

From University of California employees striking for fair labor to Iranian women marching for their rights, protests of different magnitudes have sparked all over the world. Among this social unrest, many...

Protesters rally in Asbury Park for Black Lives Matter.

CHS students attend Asbury Park Protest

Tess Rempel June 5, 2020

The Asbury Park Black Community Leadership organization held a peaceful protest on June 1, beginning at 5 p.m.., to “demand justice and police accountability.”  Prior to the rally, seniors Vaughn...

Womens March Mural created by Seniors Julianne Sackett, Shannon Damiano and Delia Noone.

Students voice opinions, express views through art

September 15, 2017

From duct tape to collage, the prevalence of the arts at CHS drives many students to express their opinions creatively. Seniors Delia Noone of Middletown, Shannon Damiano of Spring Lake Heights  and...

EICs Izzy Cavazzoni and Courtney Kushnir look back on their time with The Inkblot.

Protests can help or hurt the cause

December 23, 2016

We’ve all seen it: “Keep your tiny hands off our rights.” “Free Melania.” “This baby would make a better President.” These phrases have adorned signs and Twitter feeds nationwide following...

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