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Alyssa Blanke - A Sophomore at CHS.

Will Gen Z allow their kids to use social media?

Kennedy Anderson, Reporter November 9, 2022

“We’re training and conditioning a whole new generation of people that when we are uncomfortable or lonely or uncertain or afraid we have a digital pacifier for ourselves that is kind of atrophying...

6th Grade Camp: Back Two Years Later

Mira Stahlheber and Samuel Sun November 9, 2022

The name Sherwood Forest carries a plethora of emotions for anyone who attended Wydown during 6th grade. Ranging from homesickness to utter joy, every child had their own unique experience. With Covid...

CHS students become stressed after missing school for sick days, holidays, and extracurriculars.

The Problem with Missing School

November 9, 2022

A month into the school year, my dad, my sister, and I were both in the kitchen eating breakfast. I could not breathe through my nose, and my sister’s eye had been red for two days. Between sips of coffee,...

Saisha Bhutani and Zoe Daniels-Sankey speak about racial diversity at Clayton High School.

Racial Diversity At Clayton High

Zoe Daniels-Sankey & Poppy Orchard, Culture Section Editor | Reporter November 3, 2022

           The topic of diversity has become more prevalent in the minds of people with the increased focus on marginalized groups, especially in these past few decades. Diversity in education has...

In liu of the tragic shooting at Central Visual & Performing Arts Highschool, JiaLi Deck reflects on what its like to grow up in the wake of constant tragedy.

My Best Attempt

JiaLi Deck, Managing Editor November 1, 2022

I don’t quite know how to start. I’ve sat here staring at the cursor for almost thirty minutes. Blink. Blink. Blink. What are you going to write JiaLi? What are you going to say? I don’t know. How...

President George W. Bush signs the No Child Left Behind Act into law at a high school in Hamilton, OH, 2002. Bush is flanked by congressmen, cabinet members, and students.

Lessons Learned From No Child Left Behind

Caleb Park, Reporter October 21, 2022

On Jan. 8, 2002, President George W. Bush signed the No Child Left Behind Act into law after it passed through Congress with overwhelming bipartisan support. Its messaging called for bridging the gap between...

Language Complexity

October 19, 2022

Do all languages progressively get more complex? The degree of such complexity varies greatly between languages and is affected by a variety of sociolinguistic and historical elements, including language...

CHS production of Men in Boats, photo taken by Eric Woolsey

Theater’s Diversity Problem (and What CHS Can Do)

Lavanya Mani and Sanjana Chanda October 19, 2022

How do you tell a story when you don’t know the ending? Theater is an amalgamation of artistic forms– dance, music, writing– all of which lend themselves to storytelling. But the recent controversy...

(Light-green Contemporary Qipao)

Can You Wear a Qipao?

Bethany Lai, Reporter October 19, 2022

In 2018, a teenager wore a traditional Chinese dress — a Qipao or Cheongsam — to prom. After Keziah Daum posted her prom pictures on Twitter, some users perceived Daum’s conduct as cultural appropriation. People’s...

The promotional poster for Lower Decks Season Three

Clean Slate Comedy: Star Trek Lower Decks, Season Three

Ezri Perrin, Reporter October 19, 2022
While there are many plot threads from last season which continue in this season, the focus seems to be on ‘clean-slate comedy’, forfeiting what could be in-depth, multi-season-spanning plot arcs in favor of lighthearted humor.
Political Cartoon: We Dont Want Your Kind Here

Political Cartoon: We Don’t Want Your Kind Here

Sophia Simanowitz, Illustrious Illustrator of Infamy October 19, 2022

English teacher in their office grading papers.

Dear English Teachers, Please Respect Our Sacred A+

Yehia Said, Reporter October 10, 2022

The first day of school is filled with awkward experiences. Learning names (especially when no one can pronounce yours), meeting new teachers, desperately trying to remember what you learned last year....

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