The Observer

Column: looking through the eyes of high school students around the world

Lots of schools across the globe, including WCHS, have decided to make school virtual, in order to protect the students and educators.

By Melissa Redlich, Sports Editor

October 21, 2020

When I started out with the idea to talk to students around the world, in public and private schools, about their experiences as students during COVID-19, I am not sure what I expected. I guess I thought that most people's experiences would be somewhat similar to my own. As I write this, I recognize ho...

The Cook Book

By Charles Cook, Staff Columnist

May 13, 2011

As I near the end of my second semester as a junior and enter the final phase of the upperclassmanship that is senior year, it is interesting to reflect upon my life at CHS over the past few months. In particular, I’m beginning to notice the things around the school that would have previously been...

Kyle in Context

By Kyle Edwards, Online Humor Columnist

April 11, 2011

Hi my name is Kyle Sebastian Edwards. My favorite hobby is playing basketball, my favorite feeling is warmth and I, just like everyone else in the world, cannot finish a roll of Chap Stick without losing it. The previous paragraph may not have let you get to know me perfectly, but hopefully a diary...

Hollander’s Hot Sauce

By By Ben Hollander, Staff Columnist

October 29, 2010

Whether it was the feeling of slipping on my new red Power Ranger costume, picking out my favorite pumpkin or begging strangers for chocolatey treats, everything about Halloween made it the best holiday as a child. No holiday, even the great harvest of Sukkot, could even measure up to the exhilarating...

Hollander’s Hot Sauce

By Ben Hollander,Staff Columnist

June 2, 2010

My fellow students, we are on the homestretch to summer. I can almost taste the post- noon breakfasts already. The approaching summer has filled these final few weeks with constant anticipation and planning for what is to be a great break. What makes summer so great? The lack of things to worry about. The...

The Gospel According to Gloger

By Ben Gloger Staff Columnist

March 22, 2010

Churchill, shed nary a tear more, for I tell you there is hope. Something magnificent is coming. Something that defies reality in its wonder and inconceivability. Something that is glazed with a candy coating and filled with rambunctious puppies, a young child’s laughter, volleyballs, a Disney ending,...

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