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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...

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,...

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...

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...

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...

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...

I'm Just Sayin': Teens Using Tech

I’m Just Sayin’: Teens Using Tech

Yetla Reyna , Cover Editor November 15, 2017

Adults have more than one phone for some jobs, and they use them constantly. I see adults on their phones all the time in and out of work but they get on our case for being on our phones “too much.” One...

There's No Flame to Torch Time Anymore

There’s No Flame to Torch Time Anymore

Brayana Cacho, Writer October 25, 2017

With the new generation of freshmen coming into CEHS, they may not understand the major losses within our beloved, randomly scheduled Torch Times this year. What has changed from last year’s TT? Not...

Spectacular Spooky Spots

Spectacular Spooky Spots

Kat Richardson and Cam Key October 16, 2017

October is here! And residents all over Indiana are gearing up for the excitement that the month brings. Every year, Hoosiers all over the state work together to turn mundane houses, corn fields and...

Keeping Media Modest

Keeping Media Modest

Luke Harpring, Opinion Writer September 20, 2017

When publishing any form of media, one of the most important things to consider is the title. Titles condense an entire work into a phrase that generalizes the topic and gains the attention of a potential...

Friday Feuds: Is yoga an effective consequence for students?

Friday Feuds: Is yoga an effective consequence for students?

Soren Fox and Luke Harpring September 1, 2017

East guidance counselor Andy Taube has created a new and creative discipline for students. Kids can now attend a yoga class in the library in place of a detention or another minor consequence. Hear...

Students listen to Math teacher Chris Cooper.

Unheard Voices: How required participation should be altered to fit the needs of all students

Shelby Gordon, Opinion Editor August 23, 2017

Participation. A word dreaded by many introverted and timid students. The one requirement amongst many classes that can kill one’s grade in a matter of seconds depending on how many times you do or...

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