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Pink team wins Color Wars, poor weather causes shift in events SGA Election week comes to a close; 4 new council members elected Class of 2016 takes first in balloon pop competition Sophomores win first ever Jenga competition Dodgeball tournament, Pajama day begin Spring Spirit Week
 

Pink team wins Color Wars, poor weather causes shift in events

BY ISABELLA CAVAZZONI AND EMMA WILENTA - Pink team members left school victorious Friday as the winners of the 12th annual Color Wars. The day's schedule was shifted in the morning due to poor weather conditions, but all events were completed as planned, SGA President Lauryn Masciana of Middletown said.

SGA Election week comes to a close; 4 new council members elected

BY IZZY CAVAZZONI AND KATE RIDOUX - Just before dismissal on May 21, the winners of the Student Government Association election for the 2015-2016 school year were announced on the loudspeaker. The new SGA council members include sophomores Julia Pardee, Mark DiSpigna and Rebecca Madeira. Juniors Shane Nolan and Lauryn Masciana were elected vice president and president, respectively.

Class of 2016 takes first in balloon pop competition

By CAROLINE SAVAGE - The halls of CHS were seemingly transformed into a scene from the Wild West on Wednesday, April 29, the third day of Spring Spirit Week. Cowboys and cowgirls alike competed at lunch in the balloon pop competition, which the Class of 2016 won.

Sophomores win first ever Jenga competition

BY EMMA WILENTA - It may have seemed that CHS suddenly had more teachers on Tuesday, April 27, but only because of the theme of the second day of Spring Spirit Week: Dress Like a Teacher. The sophomores won today’s Jenga competition, the first time the game has been a part of Spirit Week according to SGA.

Dodgeball tournament, Pajama day begin Spring Spirit Week

By EMMA MCCAFFREY – Students and faculty roaming through CHS today looked as if they had just rolled out of bed – because they did. Spring Spirit Week began today at CHS with the traditional Pajama Day. Each grade was awarded a score based on students’ participation in dressing according to the theme.

2015 Student Council Election Results

June 24, 2015

By MARK DISPIGNA -After they recited two-minute long speeches, candidates anxiously waited to hear their names called over the loudspeaker on June 4. At the end of the day, members of the rising sophomore, junior and senior class councils were announced. Overall, seven new representatives were elected throughout the different councils.

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OPINION: Age of Ultron Review

June 17, 2015

By EBENEZER SHIM - The coming of the long-awaited movie, “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” brought thrilling, yet uneasy feelings to comic book enthusiasts and movie-lovers alike. After “Avengers Assembled,” I have been anticipating “Age of Ultron” since 2012 in hopes that it would be as awesome as the first.

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OPINION: “The Breakfast Club” Costumes

June 17, 2015

By MAURA DEROSE - Of course people use clothes to express themselves, but I wondered how much what we wear affects how we are perceived. And more importantly, do our clothes change how we see ourselves?

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OPINION: Girls and Villains

June 17, 2015

By SALLY BONIECKI - In the midst of an upswing of blockbuster movie and TV show success, there lies a small question: why do so many girls like the villains? From Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Loki to “Hannibal”’s Dr. Lecter, women are flocking together in support of these criminals.

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Color Wars 2015 Photo Recap

June 8, 2015

The 12th annual Color Wars was held on Friday June 6 at Communications High School. The Inkblot's photographers captured the action.

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Color Wars 2015 Video Recap

June 5, 2015

View the Inkblot's video recap of Color Wars by Tommy Fletcher.

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Freshman expectations of first Color Wars

June 4, 2015

BY MICHELLE ETIENNE - Freshman Cole Raymond of Middletown said he is looking forward to his first Color Wars as a CHS student. “[I expect a] day full of fun and athleticism,” Raymond said.

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Prom brings the “Sand and Sea” to CHS

June 3, 2015

BY DANIEL MOPSICK – The Class of 2015 hosted the annual CHS Prom on Friday, May 29, at The Mill, located in Spring Lake. The theme of the prom was “Sand & Sea.”

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‘More Powerful than Captain America’

June 3, 2015

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Inkblot asks candidates “Why do you want to run for SGA?”

May 20, 2015

BY CAROLINE SAVAGE - Leading up to SGA elections, Thursday May 20, the Inkblot asked the SGA candidates one question: Why do you want to run for the SGA? This one telling question is meant to give the voters an inside look into the motives and mind of each of the candidates.

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