The Observer

WCHS students rally to create breast cancer walk

CHS students, including Varsity Cheer and the drumline walk around the track to raise Breast Cancer Awareness.

By Sapna David, Assistant Arts Editor

November 13, 2018

Seniors Jenny Dalrymple and Karly Emery organized a Breast Cancer Awareness Walk, Oct. 17, during second period to campaign for breast cancer.In accordance to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, students and staff were encouraged to dress in pink and hold up posters during the walk. “I thought the w...

Autism Awareness: An Inside Perspective

By Adam Gruner, Staff Writer

May 26, 2017

Society likes to put people with different religions, races, genders, ethnicities and disabilities into categorized boxes. April was Autism Awareness month, and ironically, this is exactly how somebody with autism is stereotypically portrayed Therefore, a big question to think about during Autism Awareness...

Young Voters, This is Your Primary Concern

Many students plan to vote in the 2016 Presidential election, though many admit they are politically unaware.

By Nathan Deychman, Sports Editor

February 25, 2016

The 2016 Presidential Election is rapidly approaching, meaning that many upperclassmen at CHS will be eligible to vote and plan to do so. However, many of these students are not prepared for the responsibility of voting. Voting requires a general understanding of the candidates and their backgrounds,...

Fire marshalls mandate changes to ensure safety

Fire marshalls mandate changes to ensure safety

By Elizabeth Campbell, Production Editor

November 7, 2012

After the fire in the auditorium last April, academic departments have been forced to make changes in order to better follow safety codes, including changes in classroom arrangement and organization of storage areas. The fire, which was was sparked by an extension cord which then caused a curtain to b...

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