What to Look for in the Midterm Elections

GRACE KNUTSEN The United States midterm elections are an opportunity for Americans to express their satisfaction or dissatisfaction of the administration’s political landscape, and are held during the middle of a president’s term. This year, they will take place on Tuesday, November 6th. During midterm elections, all 435 seats of the United States House of... Continue Reading →

A Halloween Birthday Reflection

MALI GOTTFRIED Overall, having my birthday on Halloween is pretty great. I mean, seriously… I get pretty much all the sweets I could possibly want and presents?! Yeah, there are definitely some drawbacks, but there are awesome upsides to it as well. One of my favorite stories from when I was born is that my... Continue Reading →

Best Halloween Movies

FORREST IRVINE This Halloween, keep up the spooky vibes with some classic scary pics for your movie night, and maybe even some unexpected ones. “Beetlejuice” Less scary, more charming, this total classic from the dark fantasy king Tim Burton is immediate in its quirkiness, bold originality, and unforgettable visual style, with Michael Keaton killing the... Continue Reading →

Pop Culture and Halloween

HANNAH ROBINSON Can you remember every halloween costume you’ve ever worn? Okay, me neither… How about your most memorable costume? I bet you that costume came from something influenced by the media: a movie, a book, tv show, or video game, they all stem from the pop culture consuming our ever virtual world. Originating from... Continue Reading →

New Solar Panels at CHS

ETHAN BOGGS If you have been to school at all in the past month or so, you've probably noticed the massive construction project on the gym roof. A 117 kilowatt solar panel array was in the process of being installed, becoming the second solar project undertaken at CHS. Following the saying “out of sight, out... Continue Reading →

The Power of a Power Nap

GRACE KNUTSEN Being a high school student isn’t easy. From the frantic pace by which we tackle the demands of our schoolwork, to the plethora of extracurricular activities we cram into the fixed amount of free time we have outside of class each day, our responsibilities really wear us out, too often at the expense... Continue Reading →

A New Era for Oregon State Football

MAX VALVA Many people across the country watch football. The state of Oregon doesn’t have a pro team, but it has two Division 1 college teams — the Beavers and the Ducks. Although CHS is located in the same town in which OSU plays, many students interested in sports also root for the Ducks. Both... Continue Reading →

National Pit Bull Awareness Month

MALI GOTTFRIED To some, pitbulls are thought to be vicious, bloodthirsty animals, but is this really true? According to pitbulls.org in regards to a test given to show levels of aggressiveness, “American Pit Bull Terriers passed the test at a rate of 85 percent. This is higher than Collies, Golden Retrievers, and other dogs generally... Continue Reading →

Controversy at the US Open

JOURNEY LIPSCOMB “Code violation: verbal abuse. Game penalty, Ms. Williams.” A bold call made by the renowned umpire Carlos Ramos in the US Open championship has sparked a controversy among the tennis world. Serena Williams, who some dub the greatest athlete of all time, faced Naomi Osaka, a 20 year old up-and-comer looking to be... Continue Reading →

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