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Ride sharing apps provide cheap alternatives

Apps like Uber provide a cheap and safe alternative to driving.
April 8, 2019

We’re all guilty of trying to find the cheapest option to get from one place to another, whether it be through Uber or Lyft, but are these modes of transportation really the best option? Uber and...

A moral compass is a necessary guide for everyday life

A moral compass is a necessary guide for everyday life
March 7, 2019

Being respectful toward others: is it an unwritten rule or an optional trait? This was the question asked when Damascus High School student Brandon Salvador had his picture taken while using the urinal...

March TOTM: Yih Lee

WCHS Chinese teacher  Yih Lee is the teacher of the month for March.
March 6, 2019

When choosing a language to learn at WCHS, many students think of Spanish or French, yet there is one language that is unique and taught with extraordinary knowledge: Chinese. A member of the language...

Students to be excused from school for protests

Large amounts of students line the streets in protest for gun control.
December 17, 2018

As of Dec. 5, MCPS is planning to pass a proposal which would allow students to skip classes to attend political protests. The MCPS Board of Education is expected to pass the proposal as early as Jan....

MCPS distributes free summer meals

 A student eats a meal provided to him during the summer time.
October 18, 2018

Starting Jun. 18, 2019 free meals will be distributed during the summer at approximately 120 sites throughout Montgomery County. The county will provide meals to  students attending summer school or...

CHS students soar at the new iFly location

CHS students soar at the new iFly location
June 8, 2018

Skydiving. Some find jumping out of a plane thrill-inducing and fascinating, while others find it spine-chilling and intimidating. Now, however, those frightened by skydiving no longer have to worry about...

Democratic candidate provides volunteer opportunities for teens

May 24, 2018

Opportunities like volunteering for a political campaign are rarely available for high school students, but candidate Jordan Cooper provides the chance of experiencing a political environment through his...

Student Art Spotlight: Sebin Jeon

Artist Sebin Jeon creates monochromatic drawings inspired by her experiences with people and nature.
May 9, 2018

Art is not just a black-and-white subject, as it is usually thought of as vibrant and complex. However, for junior Sebin Jeon, her style of expressing her creativity is through the use of monochromatic,...

Sport registration moves from paper to online

The online registration system will allow students to easily access forms while helping coaches keep track of their players' needs.
March 13, 2018

MCPS replaced the paper process of trying out for sports to an online registration for the 2017-18 school year going forward.   Previously, students trying out for a sport at CHS required different...

CHS administration rings tardy bell on late students

Students head through the hallways to make it to class before the bell rings. Administration is starting to crack down on tardiness.
November 21, 2017

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...

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