The Observer

CHS student & alum create summer study spot

CHS student & alum create summer study spot

By Bryan Fletcher, production Manager

November 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

While summer break is usually thought of as a time for vacation and relaxation for students and staff, a dynamic duo formed by a CHS student and alumnus found a way to give back to the community while being productive with their time off from school. The Crescent Lake Club (CLC) is an educational...

A Star is Born is a star in the theaters

A Star is Born is a star in the theaters

By Bryan Fletcher, Production Manager

October 24, 2018


Filed under Arts, Movies and Television, Online Exclusives, Top Stories

A significant prerequisite that determines whether a film will succeed in the box office is that it leaves an impact, and if any film has done that this year, it's “A Star is Born.” Marking both the film debut of Lady Gaga and the directorial debut of Bradley Cooper, “A Star is Born” has ...

ASMR proves therapeutic to CHS students

ASMR proves therapeutic to CHS students

By Bryan Fletcher and Fatima Yazdi, Production Manager and Features Editor

May 10, 2018


Filed under CHS Community, Features, Top Stories

Most people in our generation probably have that one friend who will not stop talking about how relaxing playing with slime is or their obsession with acting out role plays, but what exactly is all this newfound hype about? Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) is the term used to describe the...

CHS students: stop silence, speak out on sexual assault

CHS students: stop silence, speak out on sexual assault

By Bryan Fletcher, Art Director

January 10, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

With the seemingly never-ending stream of sexual harassment allegations emerging throughout Hollywood and politics, now is a more crucial time than ever for CHS students to understand the gravity of sexual assault. Based entirely in privilege and entitlement, the abusive behaviors of people in power...

CHS administration rings tardy bell on late students

CHS administration rings tardy bell on late students

By Bryan Fletcher and Vicky Gunawan, Arts and Photo Editors

November 21, 2017


Filed under News, School, Top Stories

The 7:45 bell, an indication that students should not only be in class, but also be seated, seems to uneffective as students are still wandering the hallways in the morning.   Recently, administrators addressed the fact that students have continuously been arriving later than usual to thei...

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