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Class of 2017 Prepares to Graduate

Class of 2017 Prepares to Graduate

Stefana Avara and Marlin Moore

This year's graduating class is more than ready to take on all college has to offer. After spending four years roaming the familiar halls of CHS, the Class of 2017 is excited and nervous about what their futures will hold. "I'm so excited to go away to college in August. I can't wait to meet new people, but I am definitely nervous to be living on my own," Nate Chambers. Chambers will be attending Wellesley College in the fall. Although some of this year's graduates will be staying close to...

May 19, 2017

  • A Serious Conversation-Starter, ’13 Reasons Why’ May 9, 2017
  • How to Attack these Horrendous Allergies April 27, 2017
  • Water Floods Basement Music Tech Room March 30, 2017

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15 Books to Read This Summer

15 Books to Read This Summer

Celia Sterrn, Staff

Take a break from your phone this summer and pick up a book. Evil Under the Sun by Agatha Christie Detective Hercule Poirot is taking a vacation in Devon when the dead body of a young starlet is found murdered. As Poirot investigates he uncovers evidence that eventually leads to the identity of the murderer in a logical and satisfying way. Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee The sequel to To Kill A Mockingbird twenty years later where Scout Finch returns home for a two week visit and learns to deal...

May 25, 2017

  • The Heat is On in “Saigon’ May 23, 2017
  • Loving Your Body May 17, 2017
  • Plot Cliches Limit ‘Great Wall’ Success April 7, 2017

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Art Department Offers Safe Places for Student Expression

Maddie Clarke

CHS is full of opportunities for those who want to pursue an art career, offering a wide variety of classes and comfort to those looking to express themselves. There are few requirements to participate in art classes, e.g. taking Fundamentals of Art, and paying a lab fee for some courses. But students may find it worthwhile to take some of these classes, discovering talents and passions they may not have realized they had. "Yeah, Catonsville High is definitely supportive; it offers different...

May 25, 2017

  • Refreshing Lemonade, Tea Recipes to Quench Thirsts May 25, 2017
  • Your June Comet Horoscope May 17, 2017
  • Prom Proposal Preparations May 15, 2017

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The Tragedy of the Washington Capitals

The Tragedy of the Washington Capitals

Patrick Brennan, Staff

The Capitals slowly skate through the hand shake line in a silent Verizon Center in a way they know all too well. They must cope once again with a second round exit to the Pittsburg Penguins. The Caps have been in the NHL since 1974, and have only one Stanley Cup finals to show for it. To make it even worse, they have made the playoffs  27 times, but have lost 11 times in the second round. This is only made worse by the fact that the Penguins have knocked the Caps out of the playoffs 10 times,...

May 25, 2017

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  • Why is Softball Given So Little Attention? May 15, 2017
  • Spring Sports Strive for States May 11, 2017

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Staff Profile

Jack Corcoran
Jack Corcoran

Staff

Hi! I'm Jack Corcoran, and I am a freshman here at Catonsville High School. I decided to take this class because I really enjoy writing, and I've been around the newspaper a lot (my mom's the teacher),...

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PTSA Teachers are Heroes Award

Looking to recognize a great teacher? Teachers are Heroes Program is a monthly award that recognizes exemplary CHS teachers. It only takes about 3 minutes to fill out the form which can be found at:

http://catonsvillehsptsa.weebly.com/chs-teacher-hero-award.html

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