The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

A Shein bag with a clothing piece from the online store was bought and shipped to a WCHS student. Employees at Shein work 18 hour shifts everyday in order to make some of their most popular products that are shipped to customers across the world.

Hidden conditions of Shein workers cause shopping deterrence of WCHS students

By Diya Kachoria, Photo Manager October 28, 2022

Students at WCHS may know Shein as an online store with cheap clothing, good variety, and fast delivery. However, they may not realize that employees at Shein have been put under strenuous efforts in order...

Projectors that were used many years ago serve no purpose in this day and age as all they do is sit and collect dust.

Tech updates needed within this technological age

By Ohio Meshanko, Promotions Manager November 6, 2019

In recent years, many MCPS classrooms have been completely overhauled to accommodate a modern learning and teaching experience. The widespread adoption of Promethean boards and chromebooks, specifically,...

On Oct. 11, girls across the country celebrate “International Day of the Girl.”

International Day of the Girl allows people to honor those who have impacted the world

By Sacha Feldberg, Arts Editor November 6, 2019

Girls run the world. It is a truth that we have been singing amongst ourselves ever since the iconic artist Beyoncé released “Run the World (Girls)” in 2011. Even though it seems like a fact now,...

The new 1 Second Everyday (1SE) app will allow people to turn second-long video snippets into cohesive memories that they can have forever.

New photo album app creates memory videos

By Nora Holland, Opinions Editor April 8, 2019

A long, long time ago in a land far, far away, cell phones did not exist and people used photo albums to document their lives. Today, we prefer a 365 second video instead. 1 Second Everyday (1SE) is...

Bindeman Center presents bullying documentary

Bindeman Center presents bullying documentary

By Julia Heimlich, Features Editor November 20, 2014

Behind their caked-on makeup and pearly whites, girls can be vicious creatures. Because of their ability to cover up whatever drama goes on behind the scenes, situations in which a girl is both the bully...

CHS Students Think Big

CHS Students Think Big

By Katie Clem, Production Manager March 27, 2014

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...

CHS alumnus directs video series about college life

CHS alumnus directs video series about college life

By Dana Harris and Ben Fox March 21, 2014

The music starts, the drinks are poured, and two attractive college students introduce over a million viewers to the world of I’m Shmacked. The YouTube documentary web-series, which focuses on the party...

What would happen if The Purge came to CHS?

What would happen if ‘The Purge’ came to CHS?

By Catherine Goohs, Online Arts Editor October 2, 2013

The beginning of the school year is a time when students return to a scheduled lifestyle and follow CHS rules. Theses regulations exist for very important reasons, but what if, for one single day, all...

Let’s Get Down to Business

By Julia Reagan, Arts Editor October 1, 2013

The CHS student body is unstoppable.  From selling cookies to teaching Zumba classes, students know how to turn a simple idea into a moneymaking machine. Thanks to the rise of social media and the ease...

All you need to know about college recommendations

By Skylar Whitman, Staff Writer October 1, 2013

College application deadlines are quickly approaching, and students are left with unanswered questions about the proper etiquette for asking and reminding teachers about recommendations. Here are some...

Classrooms: You’re hot then you’re cold

By Alissa Li, Production Editor October 1, 2013

Bundled up in heavy winter jackets, students brace themselves for the storm to come—inside their classrooms. Extreme room temperatures, whether they are freezing or sweltering, are a frequent issue at...

‘Observer’ guide for how to be Employee of the Month

By Sammi Silber, Observations Editor October 1, 2013

When CHS students come to school, many expect to have to juggle homework, classwork, tests and quizzes. However, some students have to handle something else along with their schoolwork: a job.  Jobs come...

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