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The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

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Staying on top of assignments can be difficult especially with a heavy workload and tons of coursework. One way to ease the stress of time management is using organizational apps meant to create good study habits and stay focused during work.

Want the ‘Notion’ to be organized? Check out these apps

By Nur Yavuz, Social Media Manager February 13, 2022

As technology advances along with the new generation of students, organizational apps for students are on the incline. Just like how many job and college applications have mass transferred from paper to...

Senior Brittney Burwell logs into her Common Application account.

New program to replace Common Application

By Madison Hurr, Features Editor October 29, 2015

Come next summer, there will be another option for applying to college to rival the Common Application, an organization that has been used by college applicants for 40 years to apply to over 600 institutions...

When it comes to apps, CHS keeps it simple

By Daniel Miyares, Business Manager May 30, 2014

Freshman Srikar Kolla settles into his seat on the bus ride home. Bored and with a few minutes to burn, he turns on his iPhone, and the now-famous pixelated, yellow Flappy Bird begins its flight on his...

The 5 Creepiest Apps

By Julia Gray, Staff Writer December 21, 2012

With our introduction to MySpace, transition to Facebook and the rise of Twitter, internet safety has been preached heavily in previous years. Yet in our current tech savvy age, privacy has been lost,...

Gym-Pact app motivates users to hit the gym

Gym-Pact app motivates users to hit the gym

By Allie Curwin, Staff Writer May 1, 2012

If the up-and-coming bathing suit season isn’t enough motivation to hit the gym, the new Gym-Pact app may be able to help. Using money as an incentive for working out, Gym-Pact offers a creative and...

The ‘Observer’ reviews Google’s new applications

The ‘Observer’ reviews Google’s new applications

By Yash Nigam and Daniel Gordon March 27, 2012

  According to Google’s website, Sergey Brin and Larry Page founded Google in 1996 in their friend’s garage. In less than a decade, this two-man enterprise evolved into a multimedia giant with...

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