The Battle of the Caimans Spirit Week

The Battle of the Caimans Spirit Week

Mikaila Barker and Lindsey Keith
February 16, 2017
Filed under On-Campus, Showcase, Uncategorized

For the week of Feb. 7-10, students showed school spirit with four dress up days: Flannel Day, Twin Day, Decades Day and Red vs. Black Day. These spirit days culminated with the event everyone had been waiting for: the Battle of the Caimans, which split the student body into two teams, Red and Black. ...

Students celebrate the third annual CAHS Glow Dance

Students celebrate the third annual CAHS Glow Dance

Rachel Howard and Erin Marquez
February 13, 2017
Filed under On-Campus, Showcase

On Feb. 4, students gathered in Caiman Hall for the annual Glow Dance. While this year’s dance did not have a theme like last year’s “Glowback,” it still featured the black lights, glow sticks and colorful costumes that characterize the event, with the addition of a karaoke machine and Italia...

Behind the scenes of Glow Dance

Behind the scenes of Glow Dance

Sierra Lagge, Director
February 7, 2017
Filed under On-Campus, Showcase, Videos

Behind the scenes of Glow Dance 2017.

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Mind Game: Academic League Coach Sarah Mills Talks about the Team Sport

Mind Game: Academic League Coach Sarah Mills Talks about the Team Sport

Emily Farren, Reporter
February 3, 2017
Filed under Features, On-Campus, Showcase

“We compete as a team, we have a lot of team spirit and pride … we encourage each other, we practice to get better and we review mistakes that we made during matches and ways to get better,” Academic League Coach Sarah Mills said. While Academic League probably doesn’t come to mind when you...

Current Events Updates: Week 13

Emily Farren, Rachel Howard, MJ Macias, Brigid Ambuul, and Crystal Sung
February 3, 2017
Filed under Global, News

Current Events Updates are a compilation of news stories posted every Friday. They are researched over the school week by Journalism staffers. The Crimson is not responsible for any factual inaccuracies in the stories reported. The Current Events Updates from previous weeks can be found here. Tuesday from Emily Farren Iran launched a ballistic missil...

Current Events Updates: Week 12

Gabriel Senter, Aubrey Gehman, Rylie Pepper, Alex Parker, and Crystal Sung
January 27, 2017
Filed under Global, News

Current Events Updates are a compilation of news stories posted every Friday. They are researched over the school week by Journalism staffers. The Crimson is not responsible for any factual inaccuracies in the stories reported. The Current Events Updates from previous weeks can be found here. Tuesday from Gabe Senter Donald Trump became President of ...

8 Major Changes Made During the Obama Administration

8 Major Changes Made During the Obama Administration

Mikaila Barker, Reporter
January 20, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

Today, for the first time since 2008, the White House will not be occupied by the Obama family. As we transition into a new presidency, here are some of the major changes that were made during the Obama administration.  1. Nullification of Bush’s Enhanced Interrogation Techniques (Systematic Torture ...

It’s all Galactic to me: CAHS Drama Department puts on a Sci-Fi Version of ‘Julius Caesar’

It’s all Galactic to me: CAHS Drama Department puts on a Sci-Fi Version of ‘Julius Caesar’

Skylar Todd, Reporter
January 19, 2017
Filed under On-Campus, Showcase

“Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar!” Everyone has heard this line, and for countless years, “Julius Caesar” has been publicly praised by critics and readers around the world. Thus, many traditional fans might  agree that a galactic rendition of this play could not compare to the original work by Sh...

5 Things From 2016 That Are Worth Smiling About

5 Things From 2016 That Are Worth Smiling About

Kaleigh Strong, Mikaila Barker
January 11, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, News, Showcase

Regardless of how the year began, many of us can agree that 2016 wasn’t the brightest year. From the deaths of iconic stars such as Prince, David Bowie and Carrie Fisher to the heated race between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, 2016 wasn’t everyone’s slice of cake. ...

Current Events Updates: Week 11

Erin Marquez, Amy Fulton, Anna Davis, and Anastasia Reimann
January 6, 2017
Filed under Global, News

Current Events Updates are a compilation of news stories posted every Friday. They are researched over the school week by Journalism staffers. The Crimson is not responsible for any factual inaccuracies in the stories reported. The Current Events Updates from previous weeks can be found here. Tuesday from Erin Marquez NASA recently released an image ...

Devoted to Dance: the 2016 Winter Concert

Devoted to Dance: the 2016 Winter Concert

Amber Bacardi, Reporter
December 17, 2016
Filed under Features, On-Campus, Showcase

Despite rising nerves, various CAHS performance teams worked hard to prepare for their upcoming Winter Concert. The Winter Concert, which took place on Dec. 16, is a highly anticipated event that involves a fun-filled evening of dancing the night away. Even though the night’s performances may ...

Giving Back: The CAHS Teacher Appreciation Instagram

Giving Back: The CAHS Teacher Appreciation Instagram

Danielle Pigeon, Reporter
December 15, 2016
Filed under Features, On-Campus, Showcase

Let’s be honest. Sometimes we don't give teachers the credit they deserve. Junior Lauren Schulze created the Teacher Appreciation Instagram (@teacherseries) to change that.   With all the amazing positivity that the account brings, you might be surprised that the account was actually the result of...

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