Daniel Miyares, Staff Writers
February 25, 2014
A team of Princeton researchers recently published a study predicting a critical decline in the amount of people who use Facebook. Conversely, Twitter... READ MORE »»
Caption: Facebook is losing popularity among CHS students.
Danny Gordon and Yash Nigram
February 24, 2014
In response to recent concerns over CHS’ morning drop-off habits, the administration launched a pedestrian safety campaign Jan. 27.
The administration... READ MORE »»
Caption: A sign reminding community members to drive safely was recently placed in front of the bus loop as part of the program.
Jamie Lescht and Jordan Maser
February 6, 2014
The Observer is giving away two free tickets to see The Wanted in concert at the Filmmore in Silver Spring on April 9. In order to enter the contest, follow... READ MORE »»
Caption: Features Editor
Julia Heimlich, News Editor
December 3, 2013
Construction workers knocked Herbert Hoover Middle School to the ground back in June 2011, leaving only a single atrium standing. Now, two years later,... READ MORE »»
Natalie Cortez, Public Relations and Social Media Editor
October 29, 2013
Facebook had loosened its privacy setting for its teenage users. The new privacy setting took effect Oct. 17.
Originally the networking site restricted... READ MORE »»
2013 CHS Spirit Week
Strawberries and chocolate prove to be sweet combo
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This past month, the Taglit-Birthright Israel program’s steering committee approved a major decision to loosen the eligibility requirements and allow more people to travel... read story
February 28, 2014
Gil Jacobson, Production Editor
After a relaxing five-day weekend, many students and staff returned to CHS last Tuesday to the surprise of significant amounts of un-plowed snow and ice in the parking lots.
This... read story
February 27, 2014
Jasmine Baten, Staff Writer
Boxy black letters appear on the screen, accompanied by the view of a London skyline. A simultaneous “Shhhhh!” can be heard around the room. The lights dim. BBC... read story
February 24, 2014
Julia McDermott, Sports Editor
After a winter full of snowy days and single digit temperatures, CHS track and field has had to endure countless practices away from its beloved track.
As one of the only... read story
March 6, 2014
Sammi Silber, Observations Editor
Congratulations to CHS’ yearbook staff for receiving Jostens National Yearbook Design Recognition. Finest Hours was recognized for its excellence and will be featured... read story
Catherine Goohs, Online Arts Editor
We all start off as little kids, experiencing the world with fresh perspective and all-encompassing curiosity. In our first few years we find out what passions we have, what... read story
February 26, 2014
Julia Reagan, Arts Editor
You are at home on a Friday night when your friend calls to see if you want to grab some dinner and see the new Zac Efron movie. You look into your wallet in search of some... read story
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