CEHS News

Watch Out for Hidden Cameras

Watch Out for Hidden Cameras

Emily Siefert, Staff Reporter

March 9, 2020

Hidden cameras are everywhere. That can be very scary because you never know who is watching you. The scariest place you could find a hidden camera is in your hotel room.  There have been a couple of incidents where hidden cameras have been found in hotel rooms. In Minneapolis, a school was on a f...

Black History Month

Black History Month

Adelfo Perez, Staff Reporter

February 25, 2020

Most people know about Black History Month, which is observed every February in the United States. However, not everyone knows about the people who influenced Black History month. Here are six African Americans who contributed to the Civil Rights Movement and shaped the nation into what it is today. ...

Allie Cat News: The Future of Phones

Allie Cat News: The Future of Phones

Allie Hall, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2020

Allie Hall discusses the new direction phone companies are taking to adapting to the needs of their customers.

Weekly News: Feb. 17-21

Weekly News: Feb. 17-21

Gaby Heredia, Content Editor

February 21, 2020

Purdue’s new Fast Start Program launches this year. A few days after Purdue announced that they were freezing their tuition for the ninth consecutive year, they launched a Fast Start Program. The idea of it is to make obtaining a college degree more affordable and accessible. Partnering with ...

Weekly News: Feb. 9-14

Weekly News: Feb. 9-14

Maggie O'Connor, Staff Reporter

February 17, 2020

Senator Bernie Sanders claims the New Hampshire Primary. Tuesday evening the New Hampshire Democratic primary election took place. New Hampshire, being the first primary in the nation by tradition, is not always an indicator of who is destined for the party nomination. However, Senator Bernie Sande...

Phil the Fraud?

Phil the Fraud?

Monica Burton, Managing Editor

February 11, 2020

Every year, the fate of the weather across the nation is in the hands of a mammal. Many Americans wait and see if the famous groundhog will decide on a long winter. This tradition dates back to 1887; however, do not worry because the original groundhog has not been alive for 133 years.  Groundh...

Weekly News: Feb. 2-7

Weekly News: Feb. 2-7

Aiden Nesci

February 7, 2020

President Trump acquitted by the Senate On Feb 5, the United States senate voted on the impeachment of Donald Trump. Trump was acquitted on both charges of abuse of power and obstruction of justice. The vote for abuse of power was 48-52 while obstruction of justice ended 47-53. The one extra vo...

The 2020 State of the Union in a Snap

The 2020 State of the Union in a Snap

Maggie O'Connor, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2020

Tuesday evening, President Trump delivered his 2020 State of the Union address to the American people regarding the current status of the country. Most of the address was in regards to the strong state of the U.S. economy. The president stated “the unemployment rate for African-Americans, Hispanic-Americ...

Caucus Chaos

Caucus Chaos

Monica Burton, Managing Editor

February 5, 2020

Ever since Donald Trump became president, half of America has been focused on kicking him out of office. Their many attempts have been unsuccessful with the impeachment trial not looking very hot. However, those who would like Trump gone are finally given a chance to elect a new president with the upcomi...

Samsung’s Chromebook Masterpiece of 2020

Samsung’s Chromebook Masterpiece of 2020

Nathan Fulford

February 4, 2020

Recently there has been an awesome surprise at the convention of CES 2020, or so called “Consumer Electronic Show.” Samsung has introduced a powerful, fast and very expensive chromebook. Samsung is a well known company for smartphones, tablets and more. They are currently known with a very go...

Weekly News: Jan. 27-31

Weekly News: Jan. 27-31

Maggie O'Connor

January 31, 2020

Holocaust survivors return to Auschwitz for 75th Anniversary of liberation. This past Monday, there was a ceremony at Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the prisoners being held at Auschwitz during World War II. About 120 survivors of Auschwitz ...

Build a Baby Yoda

Build a Baby Yoda

Caroline Emerick, Content Editor

January 30, 2020

Star Wars “The Mandalorian” fans can celebrate because Build-A-Bear just released information that they have created a Baby Yoda plush.  The recent character to join the Star Wars universe was an internet uproar throughout the month of November. Search history records showed that it exploded with ...