Bodies Under Attack

MALI GOTTFRIED In mid-May of 2019, laws were passed in 8 states to restrict or ban abortions—a direct violation of Roe v. Wade, a Supreme Court case from 1973, which, according to Planned Parenthood, states that access to safe and legal abortion is a constitutional right.   Alabama, the most extreme of all states in... Continue Reading →

5 Ways to be Sustainable This Summer

JOURNEY LIPSCOMB The earth is suffering due to the stress of the human population and its consequences. In order to slow climate change and make strides towards reviving the planet, we must as individuals work towards living more conscious and sustainable lives. With school activities wrapped up for the season and more free time on... Continue Reading →

The Evolution of Women in the MCU

HANNAH ROBINSON Marvel has been making films for 11 years, with over 21 films under its belt. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has come a long way from their debut film, and though they are working to diversify, there is still a ways to go. Let’s start with a brief history: Pepper Potts was first introduced... Continue Reading →

Team 997: Robotics at CHS

ETHAN BOGGS What comes to mind when you think of robots? Maybe some distant utopian future crosses your mind, with robots living alongside us, indistinguishable from mankind. Perhaps you jump to something a little more sinister, however — robots finally realizing our inferiority and trying to take over the world. Both are fair ideas to... Continue Reading →

Most Anticipated Summer 2019 Movies

FORREST IRVINE While a lot of us may be flooded with AP testing or graduation or life drama or all of the above, we at least have the anticipation of some of these movies to pull us through and give us something to look forward to. Here are some of this summer’s biggest must-catch films.... Continue Reading →

New Mural at CHS!

MALI GOTTFRIED If you use the locker room closest to the cafeteria area, you may have noticed a new addition to one of the walls. Over spring break, a group of sophomores--Iris Anderson, Gabrielle Smit, Ava Ponder, and myself--painted a Lady Spartan on the far wall of the locker room along with the quote, “We... Continue Reading →

Women’s History Month 2019

JOURNEY LIPSCOMB March is Women’s History Month, and although it is a national holiday, there are so many women around the world who deserve to be celebrated. In honor of the occasion, I asked students at CHS who they thought was the most influential woman in history. Though there are innumerable influential, admirable women that... Continue Reading →

Tacovore Comes To Corvallis

KARI GOTTFRIED Tacovore, which has its first location in Eugene, opened late last year to overall positive reviews from Corvallis residents, especially those who appreciate the restaurant’s location in the Timberhill Shopping Center. Tacovore (a play on food-lover words like omnivore and carnivore) is known for its tacos, of course, which are made to order... Continue Reading →

Green Book Review

FORREST IRVINE In what was a surprising upset for some, the biographical comedy-drama Green Book has taken home the Oscar for Best Picture in 2019. Like so many Best Picture winners, a backlash was sparked, with some saying that the film’s view on racism and racial politics was clumsy and a little too sanitized. This... Continue Reading →

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