A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Pride Flags – A Gain for LGBT Students

March 21, 2018 5:25am | Natalie Richardson

This year, many students have noticed the subtle appearance of pride flags around classrooms. Originally meant to increase pride in the LGBT student body, flags soon developed into a sign of solidarity between the administration and LGBT students. According to Carolyn Dodenhoff, Co-President of Tolerance […]

A Hero of a New Generation

March 12, 2018 3:33am | Meadow Vokes

The world has been shaken by the new superhero craze of the past year. There was the new Spiderman teenagers could relate to, then a family fun Thor that left its audience crying (mostly from laughter), and now Black Panther has taken center stage. With […]

Wait, there’s a SAT II, too?

March 12, 2018 12:54am | Erin Krantz

Most high school students know that they should take SAT if they are planning on attending college. But many are unaware that should probably take the SAT II, too. Probably because many are unaware of their existence. First off, what is the SAT II? They […]

Culver For a Cause

March 6, 2018 1:21am | Lena Thaw

After a summer trip to an impoverished town in Peru, Anna Payton, a Junior at CCHS, has led ASB in the organization of a school-wide charity run event, Culver For a Cause, to benefit the lives of individuals in Peru as well as here in […]

Let the Students Sleep

March 6, 2018 1:13am | Margaret Delgado

Remember that feeling of warmth in your bed? Those fluffy blankets wrapped around yourself like a burrito, that mesmerizing, almost lifelike dream scenario playing through of your favorite television couple finally getting together? Then suddenly, the person you thought you were talking to starts beeping. […]

The A’s, B’s, and C’s of Calculus

March 6, 2018 1:03am | Meadow Vokes

For those that are not informed of the new addition to the math scene, Calculus BC has been recently available for study and tutoring on campus. AP Calculus AB and PreCalculus are currently the only calculus classes offered on campus. However, Jaden Kimura, a senior […]

CCHS Walk Out: The Last Statistic

March 1, 2018 8:58pm | Sascha Goldsmith

On Valentine’s Day in Florida, a mass shooting occurred. 17 teenagers, who were students at the Florida High school, died, as well as 15 more that were injured physically. The list goes on to include students and members of the community that have suffered through […]

The Spot Cafe: Opposite of Corporate and Epitome of Cozy

February 23, 2018 2:44am | Marley Leonard

Did you know that just down the street from CCHS is a cafe that’s perfect for your after school snack needs? The Spot Cafe and Lounge is located at 4455 Overland Avenue, and instead of shuffling through a chain like you would at Starbucks, you’re […]

Senioritis: Supposed Affliction vs. Manic Laughter

February 23, 2018 2:42am | Erin Krantz

Senioritis is “a supposed affliction of students in their final year of high school or college, characterized by a decline in motivation or performance”. When I asked Seniors how hard they were hit by senioritis I got everywhere from “not at all” to manic laughter. […]

Oprah for President?

January 23, 2018 1:07am | Sascha Goldsmith

In a recent interview, one of America’s most popular celebrities, Oprah Winfrey, was witnessed hinting at a ‘fore-plan’ of her possible 2020 presidency. “Celebrities are avatars of America’s subconscious. They are the people onto whom we project all our deepest fears and fantasies.” In the […]