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The origin story of “Baseball Zack”

The origin story of “Baseball Zack”

Madeleine Tseng, Cara Brinkman, and Zoe Giammaria

May 23, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Sports, sports features

Ever since he was a child, senior and All-Star player Zachary Jordan has devoted his life to baseball, despite facing several obstacles. Before he began his baseball career, Jordan experimented with several different sports but had difficulty committing to any of them. “Ever since I was little, I n...

I Am Sick Of This Whole Straw Thing

I Am Sick Of This Whole Straw Thing

Brigid Ambuul, Content Editor

May 22, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

When a young Milo Cress launched his 2011 “Be Straw Free” campaign and sparked a movement to cut down the United States’ plastic consumption, I don’t think he understood just what he was doing. He didn’t know that eight years in the future, his activism would cause an entire generation of up...

Audio Visual Club

Audio Visual Club

Trinity Mak, Reporter

May 21, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

The members of Audio Visual Club work behind the scenes at school events including assemblies, concerts, and plays. The club controls the lighting, sound, filming, and photography. Mr. Williams is the advisor of Audio Visual Club. The members of the club are: Caleb Hurbon, Elliot Pak, Aaron Throgmort...

FCA: Fellowship At Its Finest

FCA: Fellowship At Its Finest

Sydnie Ager, Reporter

May 17, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

At CAHS, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, or FCA for short, is one of the larger clubs on campus. Students gather on Thursdays to listen to guest speakers, play games like Kahoot and eat pizza or other snacks. While members get to participate in an array of fun events, FCA does more than just offer...

Green Eggs and Prom

Green Eggs and Prom

Genevieve Larkin and Katherine Mosack, Reporters

May 14, 2019


Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

Even through the expected rain, upperclassmen didn’t let that distract them from doing their best to prepare for their Prom experience. This year, four students have their own prom-posal stories to tell. Junior Maile Grantham was asked by junior Tyler Clark while at his house for an Easter celebration ...

Born With a Best Friend

Born With a Best Friend

Emma Rydeen, Reporter

May 7, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

Imagine having an advantage over others to help you in daily life. This advantage would be available to help provide a positive lift when you need it and could be helpful with understanding everyday life. Seniors Meagan and Reagan Barrett both have this advantage. They are twins; not identical twins ...

Inside the Head of a Performer

Inside the Head of a Performer

Danica Jordan, Reporter

May 1, 2019


Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

At the Performing Arts Assembly on April 5, there were performances from many of the teams from Band to Cheer, and even a medley from Footloose. Although most were performing as a group, it's important for each individual to keep a level head. For Flag team member and junior Samantha Kissner, performing for...

Senior Cormac Bate Discusses His CAHS Greenhouse Project

Senior Cormac Bate Discusses His CAHS Greenhouse Project

Brigid Ambuul, Content Editor

April 30, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

As the year comes to a close, a select few of the school’s senior boys have been plugging away at the good ol’ fashioned American tradition of Eagle Scout projects. While many Boy Scouts striving for the rank choose to complete their projects off-campus, resident Scout and senior Cormac Bate has kept...

2019 Art Show

2019 Art Show

Crystal Sung, Editor in Chief

April 27, 2019


Filed under News, On-Campus, Showcase

The New Wave of Video Game Club Members

The New Wave of Video Game Club Members

Danica Jordan, Reporter

April 5, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

As both the president and vice president of Video Game Club near graduation, a new wave of freshman members are joining. The club started in 2015, but only got revamped last year by current president Aidan Conant Guy. Now, with around 20 people attending regularly, the club has more recognition than ...

The Traditional and Digital Arts: A look at the CAHS art teachers

The Traditional and Digital Arts: A look at the CAHS art teachers

Sean Blythe, Reporter

April 2, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

CAHS students are required to take one VAPA (Visual and Performing Arts) course in order to graduate, and there are many choices. Mr. Michael McGaugh teaches Art 1, Art 2, Advanced Art and next year’s AP Art Studio. Mr. Barak Smith teaches classes such as Classical Design Studio, Digital Art, Photograph...

“Captain Marvel” Falls Short of Expectations

“Captain Marvel” Falls Short of Expectations

Autumn Brazele, Reporter

March 26, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Reviews, Showcase

The movie “Captain Marvel,” directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, is the most recent Marvel movie, released on Mar. 8. In the movie, Carol Danvers, played by Brie Larson, fights in an intergalactic war between two alien races. As I have never seen any of the Marvel movies before, I had no idea w...

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