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May 1, 2013 at 12:52 pm
Elizabeth Campbell, Editor in Chief
May 23, 2013
Tragedy struck Westfield Montgomery Mall May 23 when around 2 pm the garage that was under construction collapsed.
One of the 50,000 pound concrete slabs... READ MORE »»
Gil Jacobson and Ana Faguy
May 22, 2013
CHS students and fellow community members gathered in the gym May 21 to remember sophomore Evan Rosenstock who passed away Monday.
CHS families learned... READ MORE »»
Greer Smith, Opinions Editor
April 30, 2013
During the 2013 AP Language semester exam, numerous students found a copy of the exam online prior to taking it and, upon discovering it was the exact... READ MORE »»
Jane Zankman, Production Manager
Rape is the most underreported crime in the United States despite the fact that one in 5 women will be sexually assaulted at one point in their lives.
Why... READ MORE »»
Emilie Plesset, Senior Writers
April 29, 2013
Colleges have become increasingly stringent in their acceptance of AP exam scores for college credit. Many top-ranked universities are now only accepting... READ MORE »»
Caption: Students labor over APs that may not count in the future.
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April showers bring May chocolate chips and strawberries. Every May, people across the country grow excited for two reasons: National Chocolate Chip Day (May 15) and National Strawberry Month.
In order... (more...)
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Jane Zankman, Julia Regan, Emily Birnbaum, and Elizabeth Campbell
By Elizabeth Campbell
If you’ve ever gone to Blast, a football game, Homecoming, heard the Daily Dose or walked through the CHS building,... read story
May 24, 2013
Stacey Stein, Senior Writer
Every year come March, every student who is enrolled in an AP class is expected to write an $89 check for each course and register to take the AP exam in May. While AP tests... read story
May 1, 2013
Elizabeth Campbell, Editor-in-Chief
Many teens dream of becoming famous and finding their big break in the music world, but few actually experience it. CHS 2006 alumnus Sanjog Nirola is living out this dream... read story
Katherine Michael, Staff Writer
Boys lacrosse began its season strong with a 7-0 start and hopes to maintain this winning streak for the rest of the season.
The team plans to carry out this season similarly... read story
April 30, 2013
Nicole Malament, Senior writer
A new report published by the Office of superintendents confirms that the MCPS class of 2012 outscored all other counties in Maryland for AP testing. In 2012, 67.3 percent... read story
May 2, 2013
Best Smile- Julia Greenzaid and Zach Satin
Best Personality- Gauri Bhatnagar and Kevin Bachrach
Most Stylish- Camille Chetrit and Michael Gauch
Best Class Project Partner-... read story
May 6, 2013
Tyler Mead, Online Features Editor
December is here, and nothing says holidays like scones fresh from the oven. A light dusting of cinnamon sugar and warm chocolate baked right in are what makes this treat... read story
December 21, 2012
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