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Want to be a novelist? Seven tips for certain success

Want to be a novelist? Seven tips for certain success

By Kim Rooney, Production Editor

October 24, 2014


Filed under Arts, Books

NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month, is an international challenge for people to write a novel of at least 50,000 words in the month of November. If successful, writers are rewarded with free copies of their books, as well as access to online writing resources. It may seem daunting, but never...

November AP Tips

By Manisha Singh, Online News Editor

November 12, 2012


Filed under Uncategorized

1.   Keep reviewing. Congratulations, you have gotten through the first quarter! However, that doesn’t mean you should forget everything you have learned. Continue to refresh your memory on past material because by the time you get to the AP, it will be hard to cram all that information back in...

September AP Tips

September AP Tips

By Manisha Singh, Online News Editor

September 10, 2012


Filed under Uncategorized

It's no question— AP classes are hard. This is why the Observer is here to help you strategize. For those of you who are taking your first AP, or are possibly AP veterans, here are some smart tips to stay on track. 1.       Buy a review book. Princeton’s Review, Barron’s, Kaplan or Col...

Quick tips to help you make the cut this spring

By By Megan Scanlan and Danny Weiss: staff writers

March 2, 2010


Filed under Sports

  It's that time of year again when spring sports tryouts are just around the corner. This is the time when many students are preparing for the upcoming season. CHS students can take many precautions to prepare for the upcoming season. There are certain foods athletes should eat, and certain extents...

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