Finally reopening: Activities we missed during COVID-19
BY JENNA HEDRICK     As COVID-19 continues to get in the way, people are looking for a way out, for freedom and liberation. COVID-19 often brings to mind masks and social distancing, but covering half of one’s face and staying away from others will no longer be a problem once... Read more
Racism, representation and replacements: The drama within season 25 of “The Bachelor”
BY ALYSSA KHAN “The Bachelor” franchise went through a lot of controversy when the Black Lives Matter movement took over the world. Loyal fans became upset with the lack of Black representation in the franchise since there had only been one Black Bachelorette and no Black Bachelor up until... Read more
The show must go on: Back-to-back bittersweet and awkward moments rule the night at the half-virtual 78th Golden Globes
BY CAMILA FERNANDEZ Hollywood’s biggest stars made an appearance on the night of Sunday, February 28 for the annual Golden Globe Awards, an exclusive evening of recognition hosted by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association that was quite out of the ordinary this year. All the nominees marked their presence... Read more
Corona-tine activities: How CCHS students are staying entertained while social distancing
BY ALYSSA KHAN Quarantine can be a draining, boring time and it can be hard to find activities to do to stay entertained while social distancing. CCHS students were asked how they stay entertained during quarantine and here’s what they said: Click a picture and scroll to read the... Read more
A cinematic demise: The fate of movie theaters in the age of the pandemic
BY ADDISON ROBERTS Movie theaters have been the primary form of film exhibition since the dawn of cinema, but this past decade has seen massive threats posed to the industry. Streaming services and the end of the “golden age of television” have greatly expanded what is available for consumers... Read more
The key health differences: An infographic on COVID-19 versus the flu
BY CAMILA FERNANDEZ AND SOFIE KAHLIG In the early stages of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, tens of thousands of Americans were under the impression that the virus was comparable with that of influenza, the seasonal flu, and no more harmful. A National Public Radio (NPR) poll from March 2020... Read more
‘Renegade’ away?: The rundown of the latest TikTok ban threats
BY KAMDYN ROHER When the mobile app TikTok was first released in 2016, originally as Musical.ly, no one expected the app to become as popular as it is now. In 2020, it is one of the most popular apps on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, with... Read more
DC’s FanDome steals the spotlight from Marvel
BY ADDISON ROBERTS With this year’s ComicCon being entirely virtual and heavily limited, DC Comics has decided to take matters into their own hands and hold an online convention of their own. FanDome streamed live for a full 24 hours on August 22. DC unveiled a whole host of... Read more
Check your sources: The realities of fake Twitter accounts
BY ARIELLE KRAUS In a world revolving around instant technology, it is not uncommon for many individuals to turn to Twitter as their source of news. With its 280 character limit, the news is presented how younger generations like it: short and to the point. However, when using Twitter... Read more
#IveGotABubble: CCHS Thespians uses unique promo activities to support their production of “Bubble Boy”
BY EMMA HUERTA CCHS’s very own Thespians Troupe 0784 recently completed their final shows of “Bubble Boy,” a musical based on the namesake film in which a boy born without immunities is forced to live in a plastic bubble. Starting in December and leading up to their performances on... Read more