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Create culture of love and tolerance

15 year old Alabama High School student Nigel Shelby leaves a legacy of love and tolerance.

By Dani Miller, Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

On April 16, 15 year old Alabama High School student Nigel Shelby died by suicide after being relentlessly bullied for being gay. This story made national headlines, as many were taken aback that a kid who presented himself as so vibrant, and frankly happy, could be pushed to such drastic means. However,...

It’s TIME to stand up and make a difference.

Senior Dani Miller protests the confirmation of judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court in Washington D.C.

By Nora Holland, Opinions Editor

October 18, 2018

With recent controversial political events including judge Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court, the attack against the press and the controversy over assault weapons, many Montgomery County students have been standing up to have their voices heard by participating in protests and registering...

Campaigning 101

By Ethan Miller, New Staff Liasion

June 8, 2018

It feels that now more than ever the political landscape is stratified; republicans and democrats entrenched in their positions with a government that is characterized by national events. As a result during this year’s 2018 primaries, candidates are falling into the trap of representing their poli...

Avengers: Infinity War lives up to the hype

Many CHS students have flocked to the movie theaters to watch the highly anticipated film.

By Ethan C. Miller, Senior Writer

May 18, 2018

  “Avengers: Infinity War” delivers a conflict of mass proportions in the perfect way; tons of action, great characters and minimal down-time.   Directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, The Marvel Cinematic Universes (MCU) 19th installment, “Avengers: Infinity War” is the best Marve...

One last time

Kevin Hauschild prepares for a lacrosse game. Hauschild managed clock operations for many CHS sports and looks to apply the lessons he has learned from this experience to a career as a police officer.

By Ethan Miller, New Staff Liason

May 11, 2018

Change is always present in high school sports, whether it be the players or coaches making game-changing decisions. However, for the last five years, Kevin Hauschild has been the glue in the operations of CHS sports as the clock operator. CHS alumnus Hauschild has decided to hang up his timer for...

Case closed: jury duty must accommodate teachers

By Ethan S. Miller, Digital Media Editor

January 10, 2018

Sick days, emergencies, car breakdowns. These are some of the most prevalent reasons that teachers miss school. However, there is another conflict hitting CHS students and staff hard: jury duty. Jury duty summons are simply a part of life for U.S. citizens, but this process has caused massive problems....

Math win could add up to big bucks toward college tuition

Speed, accuracy and nerves of steel are all qualities CHS students must demonstrate when competing.

By Ethan C. Miller, Staff Writer

January 2, 2018

A full ride to college is something most people only dream of. However, several CHS students have a shot at winning full tuition to the University of Maryland (UMD).   UMD held its 39th annual high school math competition Oct. 25 (Part One) and Nov. 29 (Part Two). The Part One test is open t...

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