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CAHS installs new water fountains

CAHS installs new water fountains

March 6, 2018

This year, Classical Academy High School installed two new water fountains. One of the water fountains is located in the hallway right outside Caiman Hall. Another water fountain is right by the staff lounge. Freshman Madison Isham believes the water fountain has made a big impact on this school w...

Weekly Roundup 2/26/18-3/2/18

Adelae Norwood, News Editor

March 5, 2018

Monday from Grace Davis Ivy Angerman, a Minnesota toddler, has been diagnosed with aquagenic urticaria, causing her to have hives wherever water touches her body. Read more here. Tuesday from Sierra Lagge A prehistoric puppy was found, and experts say that people had been caring for it in the we...

Weekly Roundup 2/19/18-2/23/18

Adelae Norwood, News Editor

February 23, 2018

Monday from Cara Brinkman #MeToo empowers women to speak up. Women in the medical field have been sexually harassed for decades, feeling like they can't say anything — for a twistedly valid reason. Read more here. Tuesday from Maddi Tseng A flight from Dubai to Amsterdam was forced to make an e...

PAVE members spread awareness about sexual assault on Valentine’s Day

PAVE members spread awareness about sexual assault on Valentine’s Day

Brigid Ambuul, Reporter

February 22, 2018

Students in the lunch quad on Wednesday were greeted by a small table covered with pastries, flyers and stickers, and manned by several members of the school’s PAVE chapter. Passers-by grabbing cookies were met with a smile and “Welcome to PAVE!” from spokeswomen such as seniors Anastasia ...

Weekly Roundup 2/12 – 2/16

Paige Townsend, News Editor

February 19, 2018

Monday from Aubrey Gehman After scoring a massive 98.25 score on her women's half-pipe snowboarding performance, American snowboarder Chloe Kim took home the gold medal at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Read more here. Tuesday from Kaleigh Strong An unnamed online professor at Southern New...

An Overview of Glowchella 2018

An Overview of Glowchella 2018

Adelae Norwood, News Editor

February 13, 2018

Coachella: a festival of music, dancing and art. Glowchella: a dance with music, glowsticks, and blacklights. Glowchella 2018 was packed to the brim with students and teachers alike, dancing the night away. Caiman Hall was aglow — literally — with spotlights roving over the dance floor. ...

Winter Spirit Week 2018

Winter Spirit Week 2018

Averie Sargent and Lauren Brazele

February 13, 2018

On Tuesday, upperclassmen dressed as nerds, and underclassmen dressed as jocks. Juniors and seniors went all out with glasses, suspenders and bowties, while underclassmen wore letterman jackets, jerseys and hats that represented their favorite teams. On Feb. 7, upperclassmen dressed as heroes, and underclassme...

Weekly Roundup 2/5/18-2/9/18

Adelae Norwood, News Editor

February 10, 2018

Monday from Dyan Stuflick 15-year-old Texas teen Heaven Ray Cox dies a few months after being lured by a Snapchat predator. Read more here. Tuesday from Paige Townsend Syria suffers as the government raises bombing levels. 80 people were killed after the Russian strikes in Syria, and the Syrian government has only approved 27% of aid. Read more here. Wednesday from Brigid Ambuul A couple in New Jersey was mar...

Weekly Roundup 1/29/18-2/2/18

Paige Townsend, News Editor

February 2, 2018

Monday from Crystal Sung China cancelled 176 flights to Taiwan since they had not received approval from the Civil Aeronautics Administration of Taiwan. This unprecedented cancellation resulted in tens of thousands of Taiwanese people being unable to make it home for the Lunar New Year. Read more h...

Weekly Roundup 1/22/18 – 1/26/18

Adelae Norwood, News Editor

January 27, 2018

Monday from Cara Brinkman A woman's dismembered boy was found discarded and boiled on a kitchen stove. Jan. 13 was the last day that she was seen alive. She had reportedly been on her way to pick up her children from her ex-husband's home. Read more here. Tuesday from Alyssa Cloward A 23-week p...

Weekly Roundup 1/8/18 – 1/12/18

Paige Townsend, Reporter

January 17, 2018

Monday from Anna Davis Following the fires that ravaged Southern California cities such as Ventura, heavy rains on the scorched dirt caused mudslides. All the conditions converged into a perfect storm: the fires weeks earlier, the lack of vegetation, the dry earth, and the heavy deluge of rain. At least ...

Junior Crystal Sung is Finalist for Student Member of State Board of Education

Junior Crystal Sung is Finalist for Student Member of State Board of Education

Anastasia Reimann, Reporter

January 16, 2018

Junior Crystal Sung sits next to me on the bench in the hallway near Room 113, and she’s unlike any other interviewee I’ve talked with. Every interview is different because every person is different, but Crystal is particularly different — this is her third year on staff, and she already knows...

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