Myth or Reality?: Non playable characters
BY ORIAN TZIPORA-HAROSH Have you ever wondered how there are always so many people at an airport traveling to the same place as you or from where all the people on your flight came from? How is it possible that all these people are going to the same place... Read more
Education in Jeopardy: Florida suppresses AP African American History
BY NICOLE NADLER What could be more Un-American? A recent decision from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has denied Florida high school students from taking College Board’s new Advanced Placement (AP) African American History course.  This ban is a clear step backwards in acknowledging the crucial role Black Americans play... Read more
Online Classes: Worthy of all the praise
BY DIMITRI MELETIS For many years now, participating in online classes has been a popular course of action in students’ high school careers. While attending a traditional high school in the state of Florida, students are also given the ability to study and completing classes virtually through Florida Virtual... Read more
Jewels and Gems: Are the junior class rings too expensive? 
BY JENNA HEDRICK Senior year is the most anticipated and exciting year of high school for most students at CCHS, and for our juniors, this next chapter is right around the corner.  Grad bash, prom and college preparation are only some of the thrilling moments of senior year that... Read more
The Obvious Answer: Should Superintendent Runcie have offered his resignation?
BY NICOLE NADLER Robert Runcie, the current Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) Superintendent since 2011, has recently come under fire after being arrested for impending charges for perjury in front of a statewide jury. Though pleading not guilty, he still decided that it was best to resign from his... Read more
Making Life in School Easier: The importance of organization
BY DIMITRI MELETIS As the first few weeks of school begin to set in, students at CCHS and all over Broward County are adapting to their back-to-school routines for the new year. While plenty of students are happy to be back, there are several who feel overwhelmed about the... Read more
Exploring Emotions: Students experience mixed feelings as the school year begins
BY LONDON DERNIS Anxiety, excitement, dread and enthusiasm. These are only a few of the multitude of emotions that CCHS students are feeling as the 2022-2023 school year enters the first quarter. After coming back from a two-month break, the first weeks of school can often feel like the... Read more
Extending the school year: A proposition to increase free public education
BY LUCIA CORREA Through the American Families Plan, President Joe Biden plans on increasing free public education from 12 years to 16. Although it was first discussed around 2015, when Biden was vice president, it has yet to come true.  Revisited on May 3, in a speech at Tidewater... Read more
Generational throwdown: The widening gap between Gen-Zers and Millennials
BY CAMILA FERNANDEZ They may all look young and technologically adept, but when it comes down to it, Millennials and members of Generation Z—also known as Gen Z—might as well be from two different planets. Despite not having exact cutoff years, with 1994 to 1997 babies in a gray... Read more
Commercialized corruption: Why the Grammys should not be taken seriously
BY EMMA HUERTA 2020 was a big year for R&B musician The Weeknd. The release of his latest album, “After Hours,” in March earned him widespread praise and critical acclaim.  In fact, “Blinding Lights,” track nine on the album, broke the record for most weeks in the top 10... Read more