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FALL 2010 AT A GLANCE

FALL 2010 AT A GLANCE

Cody Pan
April 20, 2010
Filed under Category Front Page, Fashion, Front Page, Life

Fall 2010. We are now a decade into the 21st century of fashion. Contrary to what one might've guessed, fashion has gone back to simple, earthly, and rugged design. Photos via Style.com Read More »... Read more »

And Another One Bites the Dust

And Another One Bites the Dust

Cody Pan
April 20, 2010
Filed under Fashion, Life

Here is once again the story of another designer leaving the helm of another major fashion house. According to New York Magazine, a spokeswoman for Archs confirmed that she will be leaving Emanuel Ungaro to "continue developing her own brand". Archs began at Emanuel Ungaro two seasons ago alongsid... Read more »

Despite all Odds

Despite all Odds

Hilary Burch, photos by Kerry Fingerle
April 20, 2010
Filed under Features, News

In the 1990s, Irene Butter traveled to Europe with her family. They visited Bergen-Belsen, a concentration camp in Germany. This was not Butter's first time there. At age 13, during the latter half of World War II, Butter was an inmate in the camp. "I had a very happy life until 1937," she said. Butter ... Read more »

Director Paul Saltzman Visits Ann Arbor

Director Paul Saltzman Visits Ann Arbor

Rachelle Mehdi & Michaela Carmein
April 20, 2010
Filed under A & E, Features

On Thursday March 18th Canadian film director Paul Saltzman and his wife, Patricia Aquino, came to Ann Arbor and made an appearance at the Downtown District Library during the showing of their documentary "Prom Night in Mississippi". When the documentary ended and the credits began to roll, Saltzman... Read more »

Earth Day Video

Earth Day Video

Melanie Langa
April 20, 2010
Filed under News, Video

Green Week is in full swing! With new activities everyday there are a multitude of ways to show your support for a cleaner, greener future. As part of the Earth Day celebration the CHS Ecology Club has put together a video to educate the student body about their initiatives and goals.

Cutting The Cost: Update

Melanie Langa
April 18, 2010
Filed under News

It seems Community High School is here to stay. Even with the district facing a 20 million dollar deficit, CHS will continue to operate. After months of rumors and worry, it is clear that the district has no current plans to eliminate or downsize the home of the rainbow zebras. The district recently... Read more »

CHS Students Support Gay Rights by Staying Silent

CHS Students Support Gay Rights by Staying Silent

Sarah Kerson, photo by Thea Yagerlener
April 16, 2010
Filed under Front Page, News

"Please understand my reason for not speaking today," read a sign pinned to junior Michelle Grifka's chest. She was one of the many Community High students who participated in the Day of Silence, a national youth movement bringing attention to the silence faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender... Read more »

Western Michigan University Jazz Invitational

Western Michigan University Jazz Invitational

Leif Gearhart-Hall & Erez Levin
April 16, 2010
Filed under A & E, Music

It is 5:00 on a cold, wet morning. Only the streetlights are able to reveal the first few of the Community High Advanced Jazz students, drowsily puling up in their cars to the Jazz Room door. Ranging all the way from 9th through 12th grade, more and more students arrive at the school, as musical instruments... Read more »

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