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June 2, 2022
Sad, Excited, Happy or Nervous: Which Will it Be?
As the weather gets warmer, the days get longer. Exam preparation begins and we bring the school year to an end. For some this is exciting, and for others it’s bittersweet. Let’s take a look into how CHS students are feeling about the 21-22 school year wrapping up. Starting out on bottom, let’s take a...
June 1, 2022
Gender Equality in the Workplace
As of 2020, women made 83% of what men made on average. That’s $0.83 for every $1.00 a man makes. According to, women averaged an annual pay of $50,892, whereas men in the same positions made $61,417. Men make over $10,000 more than women annually.  The significance of the wage gap is not only...
May 31, 2022
Inhumane Science: The Truth Behind Animal Testing
Approximately 110 million animals are killed each year in the United States due to a process known as animal testing, from mice, frogs and rabbits, to monkeys, fish, birds and mini pigs (“PETA, 11 Animal Testing Facts”). None of these animals have the exact DNA as humans, and yet they are being exploited by many...
May 30, 2022
A Stunning Portrayal of Teenage Despair and Recovery
** Trigger Warning: This book mentions suicide and other sensitive topics** “I step into the bathtub and I put the bathrobe over my shoulders. It’s wet and heavy, but there’s something kind of comforting about the smell, like going on a long car trip. I hold the box of matches out in front of me...

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