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College admissions shouldnt favor race

College admissions shouldn’t favor race

By Katie Clem, Production Manager June 3, 2014

Fifty years ago on July 2, the iconic Civil Rights Act was passed. This act was the first and most well-known attempt at creating equality among people of different races. However, three years before that,...

5Ks for the summer

5K’s for the summer

By Madison Hurr, Arts Editor May 30, 2014

If you want to get in shape but think of running as a strenuous, boring activity, think again. 5Ks are the perfect opportunity for getting your cardio workout in while having a blast with friends in a...

Community reacts to ‘A Race to Nowhere’ screening

By By Olivia Parven, Contest Manager December 21, 2010

A Race to Nowhere, directed by Vicki Abeles, is a documentary that raises questions and concerns about how students today are being increasingly pressured to succeed by parents, teachers, society and themselves...

Alum runs 100 mile race, reaches new heights

By By Amanda Vinner Features Editor November 23, 2010

Question: What is 12,600 feet high, 100 miles long and run all over? Answer: The Leadville Trail 100 Race in Leadville, Colorado, that CHS alumnus, Bryan Sperry, completed this past summer. Sperry, who...

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