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CHS Students Support Team Emma as They “Light the Night”

CHS Students Support Team Emma as They “Light the Night”

Sophia Rosewarne and Bella Yerkes
October 11
Filed under LOCAL, NEWS

Shock swept across the crowd. Team Emma had raised $12,741.60 as of Oct. 8, 2016, when the Leukemia Lymphoma Society (LLS) Light the Night Walk in Ann Arbor took place. Team Emma was the number one fundraiser at the event and the donations towards Team Emma are still increasing. Team Emma fundr...

Forum Council Presidential Candidates Race to the Top

Forum Council Presidential Candidates Race to the Top

Francisco Fiori
September 28
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...

21st Century Musical Revolution

21st Century Musical Revolution

Hannah Rubenstein
February 23
Filed under OPINION

In August 2015, “Hamilton”, a musical about founding father Alexander Hamilton, opened on Broadway to resounding success, breaking records and selling out for months at a time. “Hamilton” has been an instant hit, but the sheer genius of “Hamilton” is more than the fact that it sel...

Halloween Costumes at Community

Halloween Costumes at Community

Megan Syer, Social Media Editor
November 2
Filed under LIFE, STUDENT LIFE

This week was spirit week at Community High School, and to show spirit on Friday, students (and teachers) dressed up in their favorite costumes in preparation for Halloween and the Halloween Dance that would take place later that night. These are just a few of the many costumes that were seen in the...

Light the Night: A Walk to Cure Cancer

Light the Night: A Walk to Cure Cancer

Eve Kausch and Hannah Hesseltine
November 1
Filed under FRONT PAGE

On Jan. 28, 2008, Community High School’s Anne Thomas received a phone call: “Your daughter has leukemia.”  Shocked, terrified, and worried beyond belief, Thomas and her daughter, Emma Rubenstein, rushed to the emergency room, thinking that a mistake must have been made. Emma was twelve years...

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