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Forum Council Presidential Candidates Race to the Top

Forum Council Presidential Candidates Race to the Top

Francisco Fiori
September 28, 2016
Filed under CATEGORY FRONT PAGE, NEWS, SCHOOL, UNCATEGORIZED

It’s fall 2016, the time of the elections. Campaigns and posters are invading the hallways and each candidate is trying to obtain the treasured positions of the presidency. However, these candidates are still in their teen years and have yet to graduate high school. That’s because these presidential hop...

Genes in Disease and Symptoms Club Gets Ready for Another Great Year

Genes in Disease and Symptoms Club Gets Ready for Another Great Year

Gina Liu
September 26, 2016
Filed under NEWS, SCHOOL

On Sept. 14, dozens of curious students showed up to learn about basic genetics as well as mainstream topics like lung cancer and depression. This was only the second meeting of the year for the Genes and Diseases Club at Community High School. Senior Catherine Garton, one of the co-presidents of G...

Clubs Gather at CHS Club Fair

Clubs Gather at CHS Club Fair

Sam Ciesielski and Sacha Verlon
September 21, 2016
Filed under CHS ANNOUNCEMENTS, NEWS, SCHOOL

CHS students rabbled the Craft Theatre on Friday, Sept. 16 to get a sneak peak on what all of Community’s clubs have to offer. The start of the new school year brings in new students with a plethora of interests, and school clubs were anxious to capture them. The annual Club Fair took place on the secon...

Community High School Receives the Community Gatherers Award at the Food Gatherers Spring Gathering

Community High School Receives the Community Gatherers Award at the Food Gatherers Spring Gathering

Sophia Rosewarne, Staff
May 26, 2016
Filed under CHS ANNOUNCEMENTS, LOCAL, NEWS, SCHOOL

Tracy Anderson and Anne Thomas first contacted Mary Schlitt in 2009 and requested that she speak to the students at Community High School about alleviating hunger, which is what Food Gatherers is all about. Now, every year two weeks prior to Thanksgiving, the some 500 students of Community High Scho...

BREAKING NEWS: Help Stop the Deportation of Ann Arbor Family

BREAKING NEWS: Help Stop the Deportation of Ann Arbor Family

Matthew Ferraro
April 21, 2016
Filed under LOCAL, NEWS, SCHOOL, US AND WORLD

BREAKING NEWS: Help stop the Deportation of Ann Arbor family. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has ordered the deportation of Ann Arbor mother Susana Bernabe-Ramirez and her daughter Sayra (who attends Huron). The deportation is scheduled for next Friday, the 29th, and fast action is required...

Forum Council Finalizes Plans for Commstock

Forum Council Finalizes Plans for Commstock

Grace Jensen, Journalist
April 18, 2016
Filed under CHS ANNOUNCEMENTS, NEWS, SCHOOL

      At Steve’s room during lunch on April 18th, students elected to the forum council stopped in before heading outside for the beautiful spring weather. Led by Avery Farmer and Erez Dessel, this year’s presidents, forum council worked to hang posters and finalize the set list for Commstock. Co...

Pi Day

Pi Day

Gina Liu and Francisco Fiori
March 15, 2016
Filed under FRONT PAGE, NEWS, SCHOOL

On March 14, students lined up along the second floor at Community High School, awaiting their sweet surprise. At the end of the long line were tables covered with pies of all shapes, sizes and flavors. Teachers and administrators were behind the tables ready to serve hungry students the variety...

Spork Game: The Beginning

Spork Game: The Beginning

Sophia Werthmann, Co-Editor-In-Chief
February 25, 2016
Filed under NEWS, SCHOOL

The Spork Game is a Community High tradition. If you touch a person with your spork when he isn't holding his directly in his hand, you have successfully sporked someone, and removed them from play. This year, the game began on Feb. 23 and the majority of seniors signed up to participate. Alre...

Changing Pace

Changing Pace

Mira Simonton-Chao
February 22, 2016
Filed under LOCAL, SCHOOL

Superintendent Jeanice Swift, with her hands folded in front of her, stands on the yellow bathed Huron high school stage with a handful of members of the Ann Arbor Public School (AAPS) Board of Education seated beside her. This is the view seen from row after row in the dimly lit auditorium during ye...

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