Self Defense

Jordyn Ohashi, Reporter

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Zombie walking epidemic. People zombie walk when they stare at their phones and walk blindly. These zombie walkers have no sense of what is going on around them and could easily be attacked, robbed, kidnapped, hit by a car, etc. ...

Screenagers

Chloe Swinney, Reporter

April 3, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

In filmmaker Dr. Delaney Ruston’s 2016 documentary, “Screenagers,” Ruston attempts to raise awareness of the danger posed by the increasing role of technology and media in daily life as well as effective ways to combat it....

What’s Changed?

Alexa VanHooser, Editor-in-Chief

March 12, 2018

Filed under Opinion

High school isn’t the same as it was. This statement doesn’t come from a place of bittersweet longing, but rather, a desire for change. Spewing the narrative that violence - be it verbal or physical - catalyzes under t...

Black Panther the Album Embodies Wakanda

Marlem Reyes, Reporter

March 6, 2018

Filed under Opinion

“Black Panther the Album: Music From and Inspired By” in its third week out, sits unmoved from the No. 1 spot from the Billboard Album chart. Eight of the album’s songs are in the Billboard Top 100. The album features...

A Life of Productivity

Marlem Reyes, Reporter

March 6, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Procrastination. An old friend and enemy--stranger to none. It does nobody any good yet we all do it. We subject ourselves to the inevitable trainwreck. For example--Have you ever found yourself doing all sorts of unimportant a...

Black Panther’s Impact On and Off-Screen

Faith McKesson, Reporter

March 5, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The last scene had played out and people began to leave the mid-afternoon screening. I sat in amazement as the credits rolled. I didn’t want to leave. Leaving would mean admitting to the movie ending and I never wanted it to...

Lockdown Drills: No Joking Matter

Chloe Swinney, Reporter

March 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

A few weeks ago, CHS students were funneled into classrooms after passing period as the loud speaker announced another year’s procedural lockdown drill.   While teachers shut off lights and locked doors, students talked...

Why is Fortnite so Popular?

Josiah Majors, Reporter

February 28, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Every so often in the gaming community, there is a phenomenon when one video game is talked about and focused on far more than any other game. We are witnessing that phenomenon right now with the battle royale game “Fortnite....

What is a Credit Card?

Jordyn Ohashi, Reporter

February 28, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The average outstanding student credit card debt among college students is $911. Credit card companies love to gain student clients. The companies understand that there is a high chance that student’s parents will help their c...

1968-2018: 50 Years Later

Natalie Jones, Reporter

February 28, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The start of 2018 marked the 50th anniversary to one of America’s most divisive years: 1968. As the nation continues to go about the year of 2018, it is important to reflect and learn from the past. The political climate...

Wakanda Forever

Jordyn Ohashi, Reporter

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

“Black Panther,” the newest Marvel movie, stars Chadwick Boseman who plays T’Challa/Black Panther. T’Challa returns home to take over the throne after the events of “Captain America: Civil War”. The film quickly became...

Why Now?

Andraya Trutna, Reporter

February 20, 2018

Filed under Opinion

#MeToo is used to demonstrate the widespread prevalence of sexual assault and harassment, especially in the workplace, and has lead to a great deal of women coming out with their stories. Tarana Burke, a Civil Rights activist i...

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