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The student news site of Cypress Creek High School

CCHS Press

The student news site of Cypress Creek High School

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Cougars’ Perspectives: A “Good Riddance” review

Story by: Anisa Tran, Staffer March 6, 2023

Singer-songwriter Gracie Abrams released her debut studio album, “Good Riddance,” Feb. 24. Similar to her previous releases “minor” and "This is What it Feels Like,” “Good Riddance” navigates...

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Monster Hunter Rises Above the Rest

Story by: Avery Zasowski, Opinion Editor April 8, 2021

March 26th marked the release of the newest entry in Capcom's Monster Hunter franchise; Monster Hunter Rise. This entry is an exciting one for fans of the series, as it will be the first Monster Hunter...

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The Contradiction of Restrictions

Story by: Savannah Negron, Reporter October 27, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many school activities had to form new restrictions in order to abide by CDC recommendations to ensure student’s safety. For Cy-fair, this job fell on the responsibility...

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Cable is Off the Table

Story by: Kirsten Hill, Editorial Editor October 8, 2020

Since its founding in 1997, Netflix has forever changed the way we view movies, television shows, and other forms of entertainment. Originally a mail-in DVD rental service, Netflix now has amassed an average...

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Firin’ O’Brien

Story by: Vincent Ruggiero, News Editor October 6, 2020

The Houston Texans fired coach and general manager Bill O'Brien on Monday, after more than six seasons with the organization and four AFC South division titles. Former defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel...

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An Election (F/Y)ear

Story by: Kirsten Hill, Editorial Editor September 24, 2020

As the resented year of 2020 endlessly draws on, more and more incidents entailing the global pandemic break world news each and every day. However, these issues magnify to greater volumes with the election...

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Juul Discontinues Mint Flavor

Story by: Emma O'Dell, Reporter November 28, 2019

In today's society, accessing vape products has become child's play. Increasingly more and more teenagers have developed addictions to nicotine and other chemicals stored in the “pods” of vape devices....

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The Biodegradable Debacle: The Problem with Plastic

Story by: Grace Butler, Reporter February 12, 2019

 Plastic pollution has been affecting the oceans and environment as a whole for more than 50 years. Seattle was the first city in the United States to ban plastic straws and utensils.  This may seem...

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Devil’s Advocate in Angel Wings

Story by: Sienna Wight, Reporter December 11, 2018

For years the beauty industry showcased only “the best of the best”. Women have had to look a certain way, have the “perfect” body, and most body types were not represented in the media. However,...

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Three strikes you’re out: CFISD absence policy

Story by: Sienna Wight, Reporter October 31, 2018

Students across the nation struggle with the stress and pressure of exam season. With increasingly difficult courses and material, CFISD began offering students the opportunity to exempt some of their...

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