Final year: Mr. Benattia talks about his experience coaching

Final year: Mr. Benattia talks about his experience coaching

Ama Bonsu, Reporter
April 23, 2015
Filed under Features, Sports

As many might already know, Mr. Chedley Benattia, CAHS’s varsity soccer coach and social science teacher, has decided to make this year his last in regards to his coaching career. Mr. Bennatia has, for the last five years, coached varsity soccer. Under him, his team won three consecutive League...

In the chair with Cody Lovaas

In the chair with Cody Lovaas

Sabina Hahn and Tony Salvato
March 9, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Features, On-Campus

[VIDEO] After performing a concert for his senior project, senior Cody Lovaas sat down with Editor-in-Chief, Sabina Hahn, and Crimson reporter, Tony Salvato, and answered some questions.

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Fashion by Noah Castillero

Fashion by Noah Castillero

Ama Bonsu, Reporter
February 10, 2015
Filed under Features

Noah Castillero is known around campus for his style. He has been described as both  fashion forward and classy. He finds joy in the task of putting separate articles of clothing together and wearing his creations. He takes advantage of accent pieces, embellishing his attire with necklaces, bracelets,...

Arielle Tyler’s life as a dancer

Arielle Tyler’s life as a dancer

Catalin Wiese, Reporter
February 6, 2015
Filed under Features

Imagine yourself on a stage. Your head bent low, your body frozen in a pose. Gentle music cascades around you. Suddenly you hear your cue and fly into action, dancing and twirling in sync with dozens of other dancers around you. This may not be how you spend your typical Saturday afternoon, but fo...

FAQ: Mr. Shields

Ethan Shicks, Photojournalist
January 8, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Features

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Mr. Sheffield from childhood to college to subbing at CAHS

Mr. Sheffield from childhood to college to subbing at CAHS

Justin Leonard, Reporter
January 8, 2015
Filed under Features

Many students have had the chance to meet Mr. Christian Sheffield, the long term substitute for Mrs. Shields during her maternity leave. However, Mr. Sheffield’s journey to CAHS was a long one. Mr. Sheffield said he wanted to be a businessman when he was a kid, not knowing what it meant at th...

Kara Campbell’s homeschool transition

Kara Campbell’s homeschool transition

Justin Leonard, Reporter
December 12, 2014
Filed under Features

After ten years of homeschooling, Senior Kara Campbell joined CAHS for first and final year. Campbell shared her story of how she became homeschooled. “When I was little, I would watch TV shows with people with bad attitudes ... and I would come out and start talking just like [them]. I was just...

Regal Reimann

Regal Reimann

Micah Summers, Reporter
December 11, 2014
Filed under Features

“I like to sing in my church choir, I like to write in my free time, and sometimes I like to draw,” freshman Anastasia Reimann said, brimming with creativity and religion. “I’ve always loved music of the church and singing in general. People told me I had a good voice … I attend St. Anthony’s Orthodox Church. My dad’...

In memoriam of Nathan Sgrosso

In memoriam of Nathan Sgrosso

Sabina Hahn, Editor-in-Chief
December 4, 2014
Filed under Features

After battling aggressive brain cancer for a little over year, alumni member Nathan Sgrosso passed away on November 5. Over the course of eighteen years, Nathan’s sense of humor and charisma captivated those around him. “He was quiet, [and] reserved, but funny and quirky. He had a sarcastic, dry hum...

Artistic talent, and a love for poetry (and Iceland)

Artistic talent, and a love for poetry (and Iceland)

Ethan Shicks, Reporter
December 3, 2014
Filed under Features

“When I was really little, in school there would be pages [saying], ‘What would you like to be when you grow up?’ I’d always put down ‘an artist.’ I knew from the very get-go that I would be an artist when I [grew] up.” Growing up in a home of artisans, junior Hannah Brittain lives with...

Mr. Ferreira shares how “real” math is

Mr. Ferreira shares how “real” math is

Caroline Holmes, Reporter
December 2, 2014
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Geometry and pre-algebra teacher Mr. Ferreira hopes to leave his students with a legacy. He wants them to be capable of applying math to their daily lives. "I wanted to go into teaching of some aspect, and teaching math was … a field that had openings,” Ferreira said. Math greatly contrasts with...

Megan Sherman pliés all day

Megan Sherman pliés all day

Caroline Holmes, Reporter
November 17, 2014
Filed under Features

"I've been doing ballet since I was three," junior Megan Sherman said — a time before she could even write. There are a few varieties of ballet: “Russian training and Balanchine training. I kind of do a mix of both. Balanchine is more modern and the russian style I do, is called Vaganova, and it’s...

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