The Observer

Don’t be ‘Mean’ to Taylor

Don’t be ‘Mean’ to Taylor

By Stacey Stein, Editor-In-Chief

December 21, 2012

In today’s music industry, few singers serve as role models for young girls. In a scene dominated by performers like Rihanna and Ke$ha, who are well known for partying, it is refreshing to see an artist who has found success while still managing to stay tasteful. After having her newest album Red,...

Taylor Swift delivers another hit album in ‘Red’

Taylor Swift delivers another hit album in ‘Red’

By Stacey Stein, Editor-in-Chief

November 7, 2012

 From the opening lines of the title track of "Red," Taylor Swift’s newest album, it is clear that Swift is experimenting with sounds other than the country beat that made her so famous. However, while some of her new tracks are a clear break from her old style, she stays true to her country roots. ...

Student-run Daily Roast gets teachers going

Student-run Daily Roast gets teachers going

By Stacey Stein, Editor-in-Chief

October 2, 2012

The Daily Roast, a student-run shop, opened Sept. 4 to sell coffee to teachers and give students an opportunity to learn about business. Teacher Lynde Thai is helping the students start the shop. "CHS is a very academic school and offers a lot in college preparation and academics, but I saw a need...

Potomac Village Sprinkles plans store renovations

By Stacey Stein, Staff Writer

March 2, 2010

Sprinkles Ice Cream and Yogurt, the popular Potomac Village ice cream store, closed Jan. 11 to undergo renovations to update the store and make it more efficient. “Sprinkles is going traditionally classy with an air of elegance,” Sprinkles employee junior Jasmine Siudzinski said. The renovated...

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