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Once Upon A Time: NaNoWriMo

Rachel Bluestone, copy editor December 16, 2011

Many folks never consider writing a novel. Even less would consider taking on such a daunting task in a month. But there are a select few that choose to take on this challenge every November. These...

The joy of ‘90s sitcoms: looking to the past for laughs and entertainment

Maria Massad February 23, 2011

It’s about the only break from school I get during the week. Every day at 5 p.m., I turn on the TV. And it’s not to watch some dumb reality TV show or to see rich celebrities argue with each...

Conflict minerals fuel violence in eastern Congo

Jocelyn Lee November 23, 2010

Tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold. These four minerals are components of all cell phones, as well as nearly all computers, televisions, and other electronic devices. They make your phone vibrate, your...

‘Amelia’ resurrects forgotten heroine, entices audiences

Jocelyn Lee December 2, 2009

Amelia Earhart defined feminism. She was a heroine of the 1930s. She inspired women to be bold. The film, “Amelia,” certainly captures this – Amelia Earhart’s tremendous impact...

‘Wild Things’ brings childhood book to life

Dee Luo December 2, 2009

A picture must be worth a thousand words. How else does one turn a 10 line children’s book into a 95 minute production inhabited by ferocious, though loveable, Wild Things? A classic children’s...

Teachers support current English curriculum, teaching style

December 1, 2009

Everything has positives and negatives encircling it, and the English curriculum is no exception. CHS has an English curriculum unlike most districts. It offers 22 different courses and a conferenced...

NASA moon mission uncovers water source

Dylan Schultz November 24, 2009

In a mission that took roughly a week in early October, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) tested the moon for any signs of water in an ingenious way. By forming a crater near the...

MRSA is a dangerous threat, but generally overhyped

Jackie Leong November 24, 2009

MRSA goes by many names. Besides being formally known as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, it is also sometimes known as a “superbug”—and if that weren’t enough, some...

Guest Column: Vote deprives homosexuals of constitutional rights

Globe Staff November 19, 2009

On Nov. 3, 2009, the voters of the state of Maine were given the superfluous opportunity to essentially alter the lives of their neighbors.  Only months prior, the significant homosexual population...

Honors class placement causes issues of different learning speeds

Noah Eby November 18, 2009

The division begins in elementary and middle school with so-called “extensions” classes, which offer faster pace and more in-depth applications than what the other students receive.  Once...

China and U.S. prepare for upcoming climate conference in Copenhagen

Globe Staff November 12, 2009

Among policies tackling climate change, the Kyoto Protocol is the most recent, internationally encompassing treaty. According to the United Nations website, The Kyoto Protocol was organized 12 years ago...

Chinese Opera at Webster provides culture and entertainment

Jocelyn Lee November 5, 2009

On Friday, October 30, Beijing Opera students from the National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts took the stage at the Community Music School’s auditorium at Webster University. Invited...

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