The Observer

Students Respond to U.N. Climate Change Agreement

Eighty-one percent of  100 CHS students and faculty believe the government should be doing more to limit the amount of pollution in the U.S.

By Thomas Atkinson and Sofia Williamson

January 11, 2016

From Nov. 30 to Dec. 11, world leaders gathered in Paris to discuss the impending climate change situation. The outcome was an agreement involving 55 countries to work to lower global temperatures and raise at least $100 billion dollars annually in order to help developing countries. “I think that...

College Board makes much-needed changes to SAT

College Board makes much-needed changes to SAT

By Alissa Li and Madison Hurr

April 21, 2014

Three letters, one test. The SAT. For lucky test takers, this dreaded test that is imperative for college admissions is completing transforming in spring 2016. In early March, College Board announced that it will change the entire structure of the test that millions of students have been tirelessly prepa...

Be the change: Are CHS students even able?

By Justine Stayman, Circulation Manager

September 28, 2011

At the very beginning of the school year, the video promoting the new “Be the Change” campaign raised questions among students about what exactly the campaign aimed to accomplish. The video showed students repeating the campaign’s catchphrase, “Be the Change” and suggested that students...

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