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PHOTO: Thompson Park 2014

See what Thompson Park had in store for this year's freshman class.

PHOTO: Freshmen anticipate and seniors reminisce

We asked freshmen, "What are you looking forward to the most in your next four years at CHS?" and asked seniors, "What will you miss the most about CHS?"

PHOTO: Color Wars 2014

See the most memorable pictures from this year's Color Wars.

From Hairspray to History: Halloween costume contest to culminate Fall Spirit Week

October 29, 2014

BY CAROLINE SAVAGE AND EMMA WILENTA - Fall Spirit Week’s annual costume contest takes place this Friday, the date of Halloween.

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Seniors win first-ever Mummy Competition for Fall Spirit Week

October 28, 2014

By SKYE HOWES - For the second day of this year’s Fall Spirit Week, students dressed up for Fancy Day and cheered on their classmates in the “Mummy Wrap” competition. This was the first time that Mummy Wrap was a lunchtime event for Spirit Week, according to Student Government Association President senior Kevin Milton of Hazlet.

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Inkblot wins 25 awards at Press Day

October 28, 2014

NEW BRUNSWICK – The Inkblot student newspaper took home 25 awards Monday from Fall Press Day, the annual conference for New Jersey high school journalists held each year at Rutgers University.

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Students show off costumes at Halloween dance

October 28, 2014

BY - EMMA MCCAFFREY– Students at CHS dressed up in their Halloween costumes a week early for the annual Halloween Dance. SkillsUSA hosted the dance on Friday, Oct. 24 from 6:30-9:00 p.m. Members of the club stayed after school to decorate the cafeteria with neon lights and cobwebs to capture the graveyard theme.

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“Gmailgate” prompts freshman assembly

October 26, 2014

By MATT GRIPPO, AIDAN JOSEPHSON and CASSIDY DESTEFANO - An unexpected assembly for freshmen convened on Thursday, Oct. 23 during Drop Everything And Read time to address the chain of school-wide emails that circulated the previous day.

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Students recognize school violence awareness week

October 21, 2014

BY KATE RIDOUX and IZZY CAVAZZONI - Communications High School, along with thousands of other schools throughout New Jersey, will be participating in School Violence Awareness Week the week of Oct. 20.

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Black team takes 3 v 3 by storm

October 16, 2014

BY EMMA WILENTA and DANIEL MOPSICK – Communications high school students hopped at the opportunity to show off their athletic ability at Wall High School last night, October 15th, in the CHS annual ‘3 v 3 Basketball Tournament’. Fifteen teams participated in the 11th annual tournament that was hosted by Ms. Clevenger and the Class […]

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Students conquer PSATs

October 15, 2014

BY LAURA MURPHY -There was a widespread sense of gloom at CHS this morning as all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors were required to sharpen their #2 pencils, find their calculators, and take one of the least popular standardized tests – the PSAT.

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Students not stressing over PSATS

October 13, 2014

BY CHRISTINA NOLL - It is time for the freshman, sophomores, and juniors of CHS to sharpen their #2 pencils and break out their thinking camps because PSATs are just a few days away. The PSAT, an annual multiple-choice exam which prepares students for the SAT and ACT, will be taking place on October 15.

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Taco Party a hit with the freshmen

October 7, 2014

BY EMMA MCCAFFREY and LAURA MURPHY - Freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors alike gathered after school on Monday, October 6 for the Cultural Communications Club’s first annual fall Taco Party. The president of the CCC, senior Matt Taylor, and the CCC’s advisor Sabina Campbell led the club in setting up an all-you-can-eat buffet of tacos, chips, and desserts.

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