The Observer

THRIVE Club brings peace to CHS

THRIVE Club brings peace to CHS

By Jordyn Green, Assistant Online Editor-in-Chief

May 13, 2018


Filed under Observations, Top Stories

CHS can be one of the most stressful places there is, so it’s often hard to find a place to relax. The THRIVE club, whose main goal is to make CHS a more positive environment, decided to hold a lunchtime meditation Apr. 20. The meditation was led by guidance counselor Makeyda  Soriano, who me...

Link Generations: Make a Connection

Link Generations: Make a Connection

By Vicky Gunawan, Contest Manager

February 27, 2017


Filed under Features, Online Exclusives

A new club called Link Generations that connects elders and teens will be coming to CHS for the 2017-2018 school year. Link Generations is a non-profit organization started by Lori Marks, the aunt of sophomore Melissa Marks. The purpose of the club is for high schoolers to positively impact the liv...

CHS Students Think Big

CHS Students Think Big

By Katie Clem, Production Manager

March 27, 2014


Filed under Features

From the cycling club to the chess club, CHS has a variety of activities students can join that offer fun and cultural experiences, but there are few clubs that teach skills that can be used in the future. Juniors Anand Upender and Sriya Movva co-founded the Think Big Club, an entrepreneurially-based...

CHS cluster celebrates Black History Month

CHS cluster celebrates Black History Month

By Jordan Janis, Fact Checker

March 1, 2013


Filed under Features

February marks National Black History Month, a month dedicated to recognizing the achievements of African Americans in American history and celebrating African American culture. Black History Month began as Negro History Week in 1926, celebrated during the second week of February to commemorate the birthda...

Club Night showcases students’ unique interests

Club Night showcases students’ unique interests

By Ben Fox, Sports Photography Editor

October 2, 2012


Filed under Features

CHS hosted its annual Club Night Sept. 20, an event designed to present the hundreds of extracurricular clubs students can join. With so many enthusiastic club leaders and colorful poster boards plastered all over the cafeteria, some found it difficult to decide which clubs to actually join and which c...

Leo’s Club offers students opportunity to give back

By Josh Denicoff Features Production Editor

October 26, 2011


Filed under Observations

Leo’s Club, a community service club designed to help students gain SSL hours and donate to various charities, will collect toys for Toys For Tots in the winter. "Leo’s Club teaches students how to organize and use the skills learned to benefit them later in life," Leo’s Club sponsor and assistant...

Club Corner: Asian American Club and Civitans Club work together

By Olivia Parven Staff Writer

May 13, 2011


Filed under Observations

While some students only watch the news and are horrified at the events that have taken place in Japan, other students at CHS are teaming up to help Japan in its time of need. The Asian American Club and the Civitans Club are working together to sell bracelets and paper cranes to raise money and bring...

Churchill Green makes environment priority

By Allison Srour Contest Manager

December 22, 2010


Filed under Observations

Churchill Green, a club founded by senior Aaron Katz and junior Hal Zeitlin this year, was created to help the school become more environmentally aware. Its main goal is to promote a “greener” environment and to instill a greater sense of the environment’s importance in the community. Through...

Club Corner

By Julie Kracov Business Manager

November 23, 2010


Filed under Observations

The Love.Futbol club, founded by senior Emily Shapiro and juniors Marisa Bruno, Genny Austin and Allison Srour, strives to improve social settings in other countries through a sport many students love: soccer. While soccer teams here are privileged enough to have sleek fields, those who admire the same...

Hunger for Sandwich Club provokes its return

By By Zack Potter Archives Manager

October 29, 2010


Filed under Features

Something has been missing the last two years that no one has really been able to put their finger on: an important fixture of CHS culture left us following the 2007-2008 school year.  Fear not, however, because it has made its triumphant return to the school, once again ready to be enjoyed by all. ...

Unwind with B.A.S.I.C.

By Emma Crutchfield Staff Writer

October 27, 2010


Filed under Observations

Brothers and Sisters in Christ (B.A.S.I.C.) is a club for students looking to expand their Christian religion. The club, led by senior Jesse Wu, meets weekly to talk about issues in school and to pray with one another. “Mostly, every Friday after school [B.A.S.I.C.] gathers, worships and sings...

Club Corner: Young Democrats club discusses current events

By By Julie Kracov Business Manager

May 5, 2010


Filed under Observations

Many students watch the news and communicate their ideas about current hot topics with their parents, but sometimes it is hard to talk with peers about these pressing issues. However, CHS’ Young Democrats club has become a forum where students can express their ideas openly without criticism. Club...

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