Swim Team Like No Other

TAYLOR SILBERNAGEL   While swimming is usually associated with warm summer days, the actual high school season kicks off when the temperature drops. Winter is the time when everyone heads indoors, and for these athletes, it's time to get back into the pool. Spartan swim team is known for having some of the top swimmers... Continue Reading →

January 15th, A Day to Reflect

MALI GOTTFRIED   On August 28th, 1963, Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. led the March on Washington, an event designed to shed light on the political and social challenges that African Americans continued to face across the country. Over two hundred thousand Americans came together for a day led by people of all backgrounds. King... Continue Reading →

Be Present

GRACE KNUTSEN   Have you ever been given a piece of advice that resounds within you, one you come back to and ponder again and again? The kind of advice that catches you off guard as you go through your day-to-day motions, with subtle hints of its existence popping up unexpectedly when you aren’t looking?... Continue Reading →

#MeToo Movement

GRACE KNUTSEN #MeToo – it’s a social media movement and a form of social activism that’s gained momentum around the world, providing victims of sexual harassment and sexual assault a welcome environment to share their stories, find their voice, and re-gain their dignity. The #MeToo movement started innocuously enough with an October 15th Twitter comment... Continue Reading →

If you're interested in joining our team of outstanding writers, you've come to the right place. You can get in contact with us by: Visiting Mr. King's room (225) on Fridays at lunch. We meet there, but if you can't find us we either didn't have a meeting or ended early. Email chsjournalismclub@gmail.com to get... Continue Reading →

New Year’s Resolutions

JOURNEY LIPSCOMB   New Year's Resolutions: you know all about those words that you scrawl on scrap pieces of paper on the last day of the year, but forget all about by January 3rd. You’ve seen Instagram posts featuring the popular tag #NewYearNewMe, when really the grinning person in the picture doesn’t change a bit.... Continue Reading →

Robin Hood (to the Music of Prince)

MALI GOTTFRIED The purple lights flood the stage and the Prince music comes alive, starting the show. Tall, green trees and a light haze set the scene as the Merry Men, Robin Hood’s followers, appear, scattered around in groups, playing card games and Mad Libs. Alan A’dale (Aidan Evans) performs the first out of several... Continue Reading →


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