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Junior Annelise Laakko studies for finals.  (Photo from Lauren Praiss).

Tips for Studying for Finals

Nisha Klein, Page Editor May 18, 2017

“When I first start studying, working with a group is helpful when looking at the big picture for everything. But when I've narrowed down what I really need to study, it's more effective for me to study...

300 dpi Mike MIner illustration relating to Netflix. (Chicago Tribune/TNS)

Netflix New Additions

Nisha Klein, Page Editor March 31, 2017

Netflix began 2017 with new TV shows in the making, and new TV shows already released. Of those shows, some of them have received mixed reviews, while others have not quite gathered an audience yet. Some...

Official Vine logo. (Wikimedia)

Goodbye, Vine

Nisha Klein, Page Editor February 8, 2017

Since its creation in June 2012, and purchase by Twitter a few months later, Vine has gained incredible popularity across the world, with a reported 200 million users at the end of 2015. People like Thomas...

Athletes from numerous countries mingle in the rain as the Rio 2016 Closing Ceremony continues on Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016 at Maracan in Brazil. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Zika in Rio

Nisha Klein, Page Editor September 29, 2016

When it was first announced that the 2016 Olympics were to be held in Rio de Janeiro, excitement spread throughout the world. However, others were worried. Zika, a virus spread through mosquitoes, is an...

Young Republican Club

Nisha Klein, Page Editor March 19, 2016

With everything that’s been happening among the Republican presidential candidates, there is a lot for the Young Republican Club to discuss. At their meeting, Danielle Bonczewski pulls up different articles...

Chick-Fil-A

Chick-Fil-A

Nisha Klein, Page Editor February 4, 2016

Each day, as CHS students head out for lunch, there is a certain place whose name can be heard throughout the halls. There is no denying the popularity of Chik-Fil-A, but with all the controversy surrounding...

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Nisha Klein, Page Editor November 4, 2015

Colder weather has some people feeling SAD.   Seasonal Affective Disorder (known more commonly by its acronym) is fairly common, though less frequently discussed than some other similar disorders....

Loufest

Mitali Sharma and Nisha Klein October 13, 2015

This year’s LouFest definitely succeeded in meeting festival goers’ expectations.   Of course, a music festival all starts with the music. Having a wide range of artists including everyone...

High School Myths

Nisha Klein, Page Editor October 13, 2015

Everyone has read the YA fiction books and seen the cheesy movies about high school. Countless students arrive on their first day expecting to meet their school’s version of Regina George. Naturally,...

Evolution of Words

Nisha Klein, Page Editor May 14, 2015

Ever since language first became the norm for human society, it has changed as generations pass, and as words gain new meaning (often from historical context). While past generations would have said, “I’m...

Feminism Club

Nisha Klein, Page Editor March 11, 2015

“A feminist is anyone who recognizes the equality and full humanity of women and men.” This quote, said by Gloria Steinem, sums up the entire idea of feminism. Feminism is simply believing in equality,...

Thousands of Americans rally at a national march against police violence, Dec. 13, 2014 in Washington D.C.The families of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and Akai Gurleys domestic partner marched alongside protesters.

He Couldn’t Breathe

Nisha Klein, Page Editor January 26, 2015

On August 9th, the death of an 18-year-old boy, Michael Brown, brought widespread attention to the state of policing in America. One month before, Eric Garner said “I can’t breathe” eleven times...

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