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Student Parking Crisis

Nile McNair, Taneen Momeni, and Raymond Mason

May 3, 2016

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Imagine you're forced to go somewhere that you truly don't want to go to, fighting over parking spots, and are penalized when you try to make your own solution just for trying to get an education. The feud for parking spots continues as the juniors and seniors get their licenses, and empty parking spaces are ceasing to exist. Even though the “J-lot: (junior lot) has an upper level and a lower level to it, both levels have at ...

SAT Changes Confuse Students, Teachers

SAT Changes Confuse Students, Teachers

May 3, 2016

College Board released the newest version of the SAT this year, and its first administration was in March. This new incarnation of the test has many changes that have confused students, parents, and school s...

Lights, Camera, And…Trash?

Lights, Camera, And…Trash?

April 20, 2016

Lights. Camera. And… Trash? That’s right. Recently, CHS’s National Art Honor Society hosted its annual Trashion show where students designed articles of clothing with, you guessed it -- trash. ...

Japanese Exchange Students Visit CHS

Japanese Exchange Students Visit CHS

April 18, 2016

The Japanese exchange student program introduces students to new cultures, language, country, and a lifetime of opportunities. It’s an experience never to be forgotten, and it brings students of all d...

Team Comets for a Cure Wins Student of the Year

Team Comets for a Cure Wins Student of the Year

April 8, 2016

Each year, the Maryland Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society holds the Student of the Year campaign to raise money to fight blood cancer. Thirteen schools were nominated this year and raised a...

Cleanup Crew Recognized for Efforts

Cleanup Crew Recognized for Efforts

April 6, 2016

Have you ever noticed something in your community that you’ve wanted to fix? The answer is likely yes, but did you ever lead a project to do so? Sophomore Will Bredeck did just that. He received the ...

Feminism and Sexism on the Internet: The Dirty Struggle

Feminism and Sexism on the Internet: The Dirty Struggle

February 5, 2016

As a YouTuber, I’ve received my share of hate comments and have learned to brush off the attacks. I’ve learned to act with poise and silence because sometimes silence can be your loudest message. But w...

Alumni Return to Share Wisdom, Experience

Alumni Return to Share Wisdom, Experience

January 6, 2016

“Ultimately, the goal is that the kids who are sitting in the room that day will eventually come back here to be the presenters to the next generation of Comets,” -Principal Matt Ames

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Holiday Concert Showcases Steel Drum Band

Holiday Concert Showcases Steel Drum Band

January 6, 2016

Once again, everyone at CHS was excited for the annual Steel Band and Chorale Holiday combination that got everyone in the mood for Holidays. The winter holidays are a special time of year for many of peopl...

What the Class of 2019 Thinks of Syrian Refugees in the U.S.

What the Class of 2019 Thinks of Syrian Refugees in the U.S.

December 14, 2015

The ISIS attack in Paris happened several weeks ago at a Friday night concert. Since then, the world has been buzzing about what to do with the whole situation. CHS students have also been voicing their of...

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