The Observer

Students turn to blogs for self-expression

Students turn to blogs for self-expression

By Allie Curwin and Nicole Weltmann, Staff Writers

May 29, 2012

One of the most common complaints from teenagers is their lack of a voice. Many teens cannot vote, have little sway in national affairs, and believe that the opinions they attempt to share are downplayed by those who believe that they know better. Teens have had enough. Thanks to popular blogging websites, such as...

Teacher is featured artist-in-residence at Glen Echo Park

By Jessica Hirsch, Online Observations Editor and Amna Farooqi, News Editor

October 1, 2010

Alexandra Michaels, who has taught at CHS for the last three years, is being featured as the Artist-in-Residence at Glen Echo Park for the month of September. Her work will be featured in a gallery setting called Yellow Barn for those interested in various expressions of art. “This is my exhibit...

Talented art students hone their skills in class

By Katherine Lindblad, Staff Writer

June 3, 2010

With so much focus on sports and academics, the arts often go unrecognized as a prestigious talent in many high schools. However, many CHS students pursue their talent in the arts by taking the many art courses CHS offers. The following students have been selected by their teachers for their remarkable...

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