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Women’s March leaders support anti-semitic ideas

The first Women's March occurred in Jan. 2017.

Madison Vigdor

March 15, 2019

A sea of pink hats washed over the nation, signs and chants flooded the streets and the arms of many opened wide in acceptance. Protestors at the Women’s March had political agendas and passion, the perfect recipe for starting healthy conversations about reforming legislation and social rights. But, after t...

Students voice opinions, express views through art

Women's March Mural created by Seniors Julianne Sackett, Shannon Damiano and Delia Noone.

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 Julianne Sackett of Rumson all took Illustration and Design last year. Their assignment: use tape...

Students march for women’s rights in D.C, NYC and Asbury Park

New York, N.Y.

Zoe McDonnell, Allie Kuo, Courtney Kushnir, and Caroline Savage

February 1, 2017

Four CHS students attended Women's Marches in Washington D.C., New York, N.Y. and Asbury Park, N.J. and shared their varied experiences. Junior Zoe McDonnell of Middletown – Washington D.C. “We will not go away, welcome to your first day!” I, along with over 1 million others, chanted as we marched down ...

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