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MARCH MADNESS: Day 10

MARCH MADNESS: Day 10

March 22, 2017

Who serves the best donuts? Vote today! To vote on more MARCH MADNESS polls, go to the entertainment section on cchspress.com

Walking on eggshells

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Story by: Alexis Garrison, Feature Editor

March 3, 2017

He said that he makes fun of your insecurities to make you stronger. He said that you have to do this or you will never amount to anything. He said he pulls you aside and yells at you because he cares. He said he raises his fist to your face out of love. You call out for him to stop. Toxic relations...

Go ahead, treat yo’ self

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Story by: Ashlei Gosha, Entertainment Editor

March 1, 2017

These days staying positive poses a real challenge. It seems like every hour of every day means work and a million unsatisfying activities, all requiring complete focus. Making time for one’s self seems impossible; not for others, though. On the Snapchat feeds everyone seems to have wonderful events ...

Ten platonic Valentine’s Day gifts

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Story by: Ashlei Gosha, Entertainment Editor

February 10, 2017

Valentine’s Day, a day dedicated to love, and not always the romantic kind. Friends are just as important as partners, and they would appreciate some recognition too. Here are some ways to demonstrate this affection. Homemade sweets Misshapen heart-shaped cookies, floppy pound cakes, and cup...

Music Monday – Super Bowl

Music Monday - Super Bowl

Story by: Sam Billings, News Editor

January 30, 2017

To celebrate the Super Bowl taking place in Houston, the city decided to put on a week of live concerts at Discovery Green. This Music Monday includes the artists performing in Houston this week. ...

Book Den Reviews: “Where’d You Go Bernadette”

Book Den Reviews:

Story by: Libby Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief

January 27, 2017

Where’d You Go, Bernadette Maria Semple   With an ever-changing plot and engaging storyline, “Where’d You Go, Bernadette” deserves a spot on everyone’s bookshelf. “Where’d You Go, Bernadette” follows the somewhat confusing life of 15-year-old Bee Branch, daughter of antisocial, ...

Texans’ attempt to shock the country

Texans' stadium

Story by: Justin Sloane, Reporter

January 27, 2017

After an expected win against an offensively beat-up Oakland Raiders team, the Texans expected elimination from Super Bowl contention.  The Raiders found themselves down to their third-string rookie quarterback, Connor Cook, with his first career start; his last start  during his tenure at Michigan...

The history and traditions of Christmas

Discover the history of one of the most beloved holidays

Story by: Kai Fortner Newby, Reporter

December 24, 2016

Since the first recorded Christmas in 336 to now, several traditions and fantasies have accumulated through generations. From “Rudolph” to “Frosty the Snowman,” beloved folk tales and motion pictures warm our hearts each holiday season. All throughout the world, each race and religion celebra...

Let students take a BREAK from homework

Why students feel overwhelmed with homework over Holiday Break

Story by: Jaidyn Hatchett, Reporter

December 19, 2016

Every student looks forward to holiday breaks for the purpose of  going out of town or catching up on sleep previously lost from late nights doing homework. Breaks from school should consist of an actual break from school. Students have other commitments during breaks than worrying about a homework ...

Book Den reviews: “Stay”

Story by: Libby Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief

December 16, 2016

After reading “The Art of Racing in the Rain” and “A Dog’s Purpose” I tried my best to stay away from dog books. Dog books have a tendency to help me reach a new level of devastation, and feeling heartbroken after every novel takes too much recovery time. My attempts to stay away from the ...

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