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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Four Freshmen’s Perspectives on the End of the Year Barbecue

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Four Freshmen’s Perspectives on the End of the Year Barbecue

Alison Whitley and Madeleine Tseng

June 4, 2018


Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

As the school year came to an end, CAHS students and teachers gathered on Friday, June 1, to celebrate the end of the school year with dancing, yearbook signing, games and a barbeque. Throughout the duration of the event, a majority of the students gathered together and signed each other’s year...

Prom 2018 Photo Slideshow

Prom 2018 Photo Slideshow

Anna Davis, Reporter

May 14, 2018


Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

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Weekly Roundup 4/30 – 5/4

Paige Townsend, Reporter

May 8, 2018


Filed under Global, News

Monday from Brigid Ambuul A caravan of 140 Central American migrants camped on the Mexican-American border for the second night in a row, waiting for their asylum requests to be processed. Read more here. Tuesday from Lauryn Butler Avengers: Infinity War broke box office records on its first w...

Weekly Roundup 4/23/18-4/27/18

Adelae Norwood, News Editor

April 27, 2018


Filed under Global, News

Monday from Anastasia Reimann Ten people are dead and 15 injured after a van allegedly ran into pedestrians in Toronto; the driver is in custody. Read more here. Tuesday from Grace Davis A massive tortoise smuggling operation is underway in Madagascar. Three people have been arrested so far aft...

CAHS Varsity Dance are national champions at 2018 USA Dance Nationals

CAHS Varsity Dance are national champions at 2018 USA Dance Nationals

Alison Whitley, Reporter

April 25, 2018


Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

This year at the 2018 USA Dance Nationals at the Anaheim Convention Center, the CAHS Varsity Dance came home with a spectacular win, earning a National Title in Large Jazz and third place in Large Dance/Pom. The Dance team qualified into nationals earlier in this year, with four of their five dances qu...

Weekly Roundup 4/9/18 – 4/13/18

Paige Townsend, News Editor

April 20, 2018


Filed under Global, News

Monday from Brigid Ambuul Following a racist incident in a Philadelphia Starbucks, the chain will be closing down 8,000 stores on May 29, so that its employees may attend racial bias training. Read more here. Tuesday from Averie Sargent A Southwest Airlines flight was forced to make an emergency l...

Weekly Roundup 4/2/18 – 4/6/18

Paige Townsend, News Editor

April 20, 2018


Filed under Global, News

Monday from Alyssa Cloward The recently-released Marvel film Black Panther is set to be the first movie shown in Saudi Arabia in 35 years. It will be the first movie shown in theaters since the film ban was enacted across the country. Read more here. Tuesday from Haley Adams On Tuesday, Nasim...

CAHS hosts The Classical Academies’ Annual Art Show

CAHS hosts The Classical Academies’ Annual Art Show

Madeleine Tseng and Julia Clark

April 20, 2018


Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

On April 7, the Spring Art Show showcased visual and performing art programs centered around the Willy Wonka-inspired theme “How Sweet It Is!”. Countless pieces of art made by the students were placed all around the CAHS campus for parents, students and teachers alike to view. In Caiman Hall...

Mental Health Student Survey Responses

April 9, 2018


Filed under News, On-Campus

The 2017-2018 school yearbook covers a story about mental health on the CAHS campus. This yearbook story included statistics gathered from an anonymous survey offered to CAHS students. The end of the story told students they could visit the Crimson if they wished to see some of the student free ...

Weekly Roundup 4/2/18 – 4/6/18

Paige Townsend, News Editor

April 6, 2018


Filed under 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 he...

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 ...

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