CEHS News

I’m Just Sayin’-Dogs

Cam Key

Yetla Reyna, Cover Writer

April 18, 2018

  I wanted to write a story about how the pictures of dogs from people at school are great, so I included them. All of these dogs are adorable and I appreciate them so much. They are each unique, cute, and deserve to be praised. What this story turned out to be though, is a little thin...

College Culture: Sweden v USA

College Culture: Sweden v USA

Irma Bruce, Writer

April 17, 2018

After four years of living in the United States, I have learned a lot about the American education system. It is very different from the education system I grew up with in Sweden. One thing that differs from the American education system is how to apply for colleges. In Sweden, the college applicatio...

#NugLife

#NugLife

Chesney Loehr, Writer

March 9, 2018

If you are anything like me, then you know chicken nuggets are the reason you get up in the morning. Chicken nuggets are beautifully breaded clumps of chicken that are served at almost every fast food chain. Every chain has their own signature flavor and style of chicken nuggets, which oftentimes cause...

The Future of the PC

The Future of the PC

Luke Harpring, Opinion Writer

January 29, 2018

Recent years have seen a decline in sales of personal computers, presumably as consumers gravitate towards mobile computing devices such as tablets and smartphones. This fact is concerning for some, who fear that increasing capabilities of mobile devices could one day make the home desktop PC obsole...

The Importance of Free the Nipple

The Importance of Free the Nipple

Shelby Gordon, Opinion Editor

January 26, 2018

Over the past year,  the Free the Nipple Movement has gained tons of momentum and support from millions of men and women. It’s mission is to foster equality between men and women despite anatomical differences. If a man can go topless in certain public areas, then why are women prevented from doing ...

The Worst Holidays in America

The Worst Holidays in America

Grace Staggs, Writer

January 25, 2018

Holidays are everywhere in the United States. It seems as if everyday is meant to celebrate something different, which is great; holidays bring cheer and a sense of community to everyone who participates in their celebrations. However, with so many holidays, there are bound to be at least a couple of duds...

Stairwell Secret

Stairwell Secret

Yetla Reyna, Cover Editor

January 17, 2018

The best stairwell in the school varies year to year, for everyone. My first year I had five classes in the basement and first floor, that’s a lot more than any other year. So like I said, it differs for everyone. After four long years though, I have ranked the E-A-S-T stairwells from best to last. ...

Seventeen and Engaged

Seventeen and Engaged

Audrey Tian, Designer

January 16, 2018

Ever since I answered “yes” to my boyfriend’s proposal back in December, I have received a variety of opinions on our decision, many of which I never asked for. Being a senior in high school, there is plenty to keep me busy and stressed, between school, work, extracurriculars, college plans an...

Should teachers have the right to collect phones?

Should teachers have the right to collect phones?

Brayana Cacho, Writer

December 13, 2017

Last year, teachers were not very strict about the phone policy: you could have your phone, but it must be put away or face down on your desk. This year, there are more than a few teachers who refuse to let students keep phones in their bags. There was no given explanation as to why some staff asked studen...

See ya!

See ya!

Abigail Larken, Students and Lifestyle Editor

December 7, 2017

For as long as I can remember, I have been a highly motivated person. I also never questioned the idea of attending college after going to high school for four years. Once I started high school, the years seemed to move quickly with ease, until I hit my junior year. Almost every graduated high school person I ...

I’m Just Sayin’: Family Members on the Holidays

I’m Just Sayin’: Family Members on the Holidays

Yetla Reyna

December 5, 2017

I really don’t like how (my) family is around holidays. Someone (parents or siblings mostly but sometimes aunts and uncles) always seems to pop in unannounced. It feels like they don’t understand that we’re trying to study or enjoy our break. We should not have to spend an entire two weeks with...

Black Thursday

Black Thursday

Abigail Larken, Students/Features Editor

November 23, 2017

A few years ago on Thanksgiving Day, I watched two of my older cousins leave my Grandma’s house and return an hour later with socks. I heard them rehash the details of bursting into Target to grab the socks and run into line to beat the rest of the “Black Friday” crowd. Finally, when I was c...