Angry bulldogs found around CHS

By Arielle Gordon, Arts Editor

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In response to Sara Heimlich’s April article that discussed the recent censoring of “angry bulldogs” on a class t-shirt, The Observer noticed many “angry bulldogs” around the school.

Many school approved posters and signs have mean-looking bulldogs on them. Posters advertising tryouts or club meetings have aggressive bulldogs on them. These signs were approved by Lisa Wellek before they hung. There is a large mural of a mean bulldog on the floor of one of the main entrances to the school.

CHS administration needs to draw a clear line about what is appropriate at school and what is not. If it can be permanently etched into the floor, student should be allowed to put the same design on their homecoming shirts.