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Winter in the City Performers take the stage at annual Coffee House Three Shows of Punk/grunge clothing and scarecrows mark day four of fall spirit week Juniors win dodgeball tournament in red, white and blue
 

Winter in the City

By DYLAN JOSEPHSON - Last Friday, Jan. 8, students from both CHS and other schools gathered together for a night of dancing, food and fun for the school’s annual Winter Ball. This year, the theme was Winter in the City.

Performers take the stage at annual Coffee House

By AUDREY WILENTA – On Friday, Dec. 4, students and parents gathered in the cafeteria to attend CHS’s Coffee House. Coffee House is an event run annually by the junior class that showcases student performances ranging from singing to poetry to synchronized hula hoop dances.

Three Shows of “Twelve”

BY AUDREY MANNION AND JULIANNE SACKETT – The CHS Drama Club presented three shows of their fall production of “Twelve” on Nov. 20 and 21 in the school’s cafeteria. Two evening shows and a matinee were offered for families, students and friends.

Punk/grunge clothing and scarecrows mark day four of fall spirit week

By KATE RIDOUX – Day four of fall spirit week consisted of Punk/Grunge Day and the scarecrow decorating contest. Throughout the halls, flannels, band t-shirts, ripped jeans and black clothing stretched as far as the eye can see.

Juniors win dodgeball tournament in red, white and blue

By DYLAN JOSEPHSON - Fall Spirit Week continued today, Wednesday, Oct. 28, with America Day. Students were seen crowding the halls in a sea of red, white and blue.

Winter Storm Jonas brings major snow

February 3, 2016

By DYLAN JOSEPHSON - Friday, Jan. 22, brought the first major snowfall of 2016. It also gave the first snow day of the school year.

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CHS seniors put forensics skills to the test

January 21, 2016

By Isabella Cavazzoni - Each semester, the senior forensics class is tasked with solving a mock murder mystery. With teachers posed as suspects and victims, seniors put their detective skills to use and crack the case. This project was introduced to CHS along with the forensics course six years ago, and students have prosecuted one of their teachers every year since.

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CHS students react to the deaths of David Bowie and Alan Rickman

January 21, 2016

By CAROLINE SAVAGE - The death of 69-year-old singer and pop culture icon David Bowie last Sunday, Jan. 10 affected the lives of many CHS students, as did the death of 69-year-old actor Alan Rickman just a few days later on Jan. 14.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Winter Ball At CHS

January 15, 2016

View the Inkblot's photo gallery from this year's Winter Ball

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Clevenger Receives CHS’s Teacher of the Year Award

January 15, 2016

BY KATE RIDOUX - For the 2015-16 school year, CHS awarded fitness teacher Ginny Clevenger the Teacher of the Year award. Clevenger is a seasoned member of the school community and has been working at CHS since the school opened in 2000.

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NAHS members venture to Cooper Hewitt Museum

January 13, 2016

By KYLIE LAMB Straying away from tradition, 30 National Art Honors Society members visited the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City on Dec. 2. NAHS advisers Laura Fallon and Shelley Ortner chose this museum over past options, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim. “Mrs. Fallon was aware that [the […]

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Cast of “Twelve” lets anger fly and knives fall

January 10, 2016

By ARIELLE COHEN – The CHS Drama Club production of “Twelve” premiered on Nov. 20 to rave reviews. Sophomore Ebbie Shim of Spring Lake Heights said she enjoyed the play. “When I saw it, I was like, ‘Oh my goodness; it’s amazing,’ and I just think they did so well,” Shim said. An adaptation of […]

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Students book it to the new Book Nook

January 10, 2016

By ANDREW WANG – Last year, then-sophomore Shannon Bradley of Keyport decided that the Book Nook “was really a mess” and wanted to do something about it. “There were books everywhere stacked precariously on all of the shelves. Some stacks looked like they could fall at any minute. So, I decided to start changing the […]

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Coffeehouse returns, with a shot of talent

January 10, 2016

By KHUSHI KADAKIA and ERICA SAMMARCO – On Friday, Dec. 4, the Class of 2017 hosted the annual Coffeehouse to raise money for their grade. Family members and students alike gathered in the cafeteria to see this year’s performances. Students who took the stage performed various acts, such as reading poetry, singing and dancing. Freshman […]

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OPINION: Christmas

January 10, 2016

By PHOEBE DRUMMOND - The line “it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas” has gone through an extreme revolution since originally sang in 1951.

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