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Weekly Roundup 4/9/18 – 4/13/18

Paige Townsend, News Editor

April 20, 2018

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

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

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

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

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

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

“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 ...

Senior Danielle Pigeon Is 2018 Salutatorian

Senior Danielle Pigeon Is 2018 Salutatorian

Crystal Sung, Editor in Chief

March 16, 2018

Senior Danielle Pigeon is a familiar face to many students at CAHS. Her toothy grins and constant puns are her trademarks, like her work ethic. But Pigeon never expected to be named salutatorian. “I knew that I was considered smart by other people but I guess I never really considered myself a smart...

Senior Carl Seelhoff on 2018 Valedictorian and MIT

Senior Carl Seelhoff on 2018 Valedictorian and MIT

Averie Sargent, Reporter

March 15, 2018

Carl Seelhoff has overcome many challenges during his life; through these difficulties, Seelhoff has gained victories, like being valedictorian of his graduating class. Seelhoff’s 4.3 GPA is a result of taking many AP classes, a decision he made keeping college in mind.“I wanted an extra challe...

CAHS students walk out to commemorate Florida shooting victims

CAHS students walk out to commemorate Florida shooting victims

Adelae Norwood and Crystal Sung

March 14, 2018

On Valentine's Day, a 19-year-old boy entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, with a gun and slaughtered 17 students and teachers. “We can go back to class and be fine, and move on with our lives. They necessarily can’t because it ... affects them for the rest of t...

Super STEM Saturday brings the community together to learn and experience the various branches of science

Super STEM Saturday brings the community together to learn and experience the various branches of science

Kenedie Hesseling and Erin Marquez

March 11, 2018

Super STEM Saturday is an event where students who love science, technology, engineering and math gather to share their talents and achievements with other kids. Cal State San Marcos hosts the event every year to showcase talent, tricks and more. The Classical Academies are one of the major sponsors...

Weekly Roundup 3/5 – 3/9

Paige Townsend, Reporter

March 9, 2018

Monday from Lauren Brazele An Australian family found a 132-year-old message in a bottle that was part of a German experiment about ocean currents in 1866. The discovery broke the previous record of oldest message in a bottle, which was 108 years. Read more here. Tuesday from Hope Stengler 10...

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