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The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

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While it may look empty during classtime, the group of vending machines near the cafeteria are surrounded with students during lunch and after school, making it one of the most popular places students go to.

All vending machines should remain open during school

By Jeremy Chung, Assistant News Editor January 2, 2022

The clinking and rustling of coins and dollar bills perfectly complemented the overlapping chatter of students idly discussing their day or what to get. That is a perfect way to describe the environment...

Some students are frustrated at the shortcomings of the schools vending machines.

Vending Machines in Need of Improvement

By Ben Dross, Sports Editor December 2, 2016

  Vending machines give out snacks for a tiny fee, and are a simple joy to the consumers. However, at CHS, they are just a hassle. CHS is home to multiple vending machines from the auditorium...

USDA limits snack options after school

By Ana Faguy, Production Editor October 25, 2013

MCPS announced it would be following the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) new Smart Snacks rule, which limits items to 230 mg of sodium and caffeinated sports and isotonic beverages to high schools...

Royalle Vending brings Coke machine to CHS

By Andy Rosenberg, Online Arts Editor September 30, 2009

Any student who considers himself a soft drink aficionado has likely been taken aback by the sudden appearance of a Coke machine, despite the rumored monopoly Pepsi has on the CHS market. According to...

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