Crimson

Crimson

Looking Sharp: Caiman Crescendoes Wrap Up the Season on a High Note

Looking Sharp: Caiman Crescendoes Wrap Up the Season on a High Note

Paige Townsend, News Editor

May 9, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

“Our choir has won for the last three years the Unanimous Superior award, and the year before that just the superior,” senior Faye Richards said when discussing the CAHS choir’s music awards. “I think that it’s pretty cool that we’ve been able to keep that streak up for the past few year...

Behind the Screens: A look at the seniors behind “Caiman TV”

Behind the Screens: A look at the seniors behind “Caiman TV”

Brigid Ambuul, Reporter

May 1, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Any school could choose to send out their announcements over the loudspeaker. But we’ve never been conventional. CAHS’s weekly bulletin, Caiman TV, is a staple of the Caiman experience. The charismatic hosts offer their familiar introduction of “Welcome back to Caiman TV!” with smiles on their ...

Senior Sophia Mittman becomes the MIT Woman

Senior Sophia Mittman becomes the MIT Woman

Erin Marquez, Reporter

April 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

“I didn’t even think that I was going to get in. I actually considered pulling my application.” Nevertheless, CAHS senior Sophia Mittman was accepted into her dream school: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mittman is heavily involved in her community...

In the New Boat: Senior Carlie Stipe on Rowing and Berkeley

In the New Boat: Senior Carlie Stipe on Rowing and Berkeley

Emily Farren, Reporter

March 20, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Senior Carlie Stipe has achieved some of her wildest dreams. “All the hard work that I've done this last year has paid off. I'm in the top ranks of rowing now; I stroke the top boats, which is one of the hardest positions in rowing. I got into my dream school.” Stipe was accepted into UC Berkeley early. O...

Weekly Roundup 3/12-3/16

Adelae Norwood, News Editor

March 19, 2018


Filed under Features, Global, News

Monday from Aubrey Gehman Middle school science teacher Robert Crosland allegedly fed a sick and deformed live puppy to a snapping turtle belonging to the school in front of his students. He has a track record of feeding guinea pigs to exotic snakes and snapping turtles during class. Read more here...

Senior Gabby Smith on Balance and University of Chicago

Senior Gabby Smith on Balance and University of Chicago

Adelae Norwood, News Editor

March 16, 2018


Filed under Features, On-Campus, Showcase

“Don’t overextend yourself in any one aspect of your life,” senior Gabby Smith said. Smith’s high school experience has been well-rounded, to say the least. She is currently a member of ASB, National Honor Society (NHS) and the Varsity Softball team. Smith strongly believes that “having ...

Editing, Films, Discussions: Coming into focus on Audio Visual Club

Editing, Films, Discussions: Coming into focus on Audio Visual Club

Lauren Rowe, Reporter

March 14, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

For students at CAHS, clubs are a big part of campus culture. While there are bigger clubs such as FCA and PAVE, there are also a majority of smaller clubs that showcase more specialized interests and passions. One of these clubs is Audio Visual Club. Founded by sophomore Ryan Krippner, Audio Vi...

Junior State of America proposes mental health policy after shootings

Junior State of America proposes mental health policy after shootings

Madeleine Tseng, Reporter

March 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

“Not many teens realize that they can make a positive change in their community, and even in statewide legislation. So I wanted to start this club to bring awareness to different issues ... discuss political and social issues with everyone and ... bring what is most relevant to our generation to those...

Project 7 Club provides intimate Bible study for students

Project 7 Club provides intimate Bible study for students

Alison Whitley and Julia Clark

March 1, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

P7, or Project 7, is an interactive Bible club with a focus to grow people's personal relationships with the lord. It is a smaller group than most other religious groups on campus, allowing for a one-on-one experience with God and more intimate relationship with fellow members. Freshman Averie Sa...

The Makings of History Club

The Makings of History Club

Madeleine Tseng and Alison Whitley

February 20, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

“Many people don’t realize that bringing [an issue] to light ... and observing how some things can cause another [is] a huge theme throughout history ... People can apply that to real life,” sophomore and member of History Club Matthew Tillyer said. History Club is an open forum for CAHS student...

An Introduction to Our School Counselors

An Introduction to Our School Counselors

Dylan Stuflick, Reporter

February 2, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Not many people realize all of the work that CAHS academic counselors do to ensure the success of the students here. From sending transcripts out to colleges to putting together our AP tests, Karen Withem and Natalie Mauhili help close the gap between students and their future colleges. Long before...

Be There Or Be Cube: Rubik’s Cube Club

Be There Or Be Cube: Rubik’s Cube Club

Madeleine Tseng, Alison Whitley, and Julia Clark

January 10, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

“The Rubik’s cube team has been around since I was a freshman, maybe even before that. I made it official,” president and junior Timothy Chang said. “I wanted to get rid of a bunch of stereotypes that were floating around nowadays, [with] people saying, ‘Oh, to solve the Rubik’s cube you...

Classical Academy High School's Online News Site
Features