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Truth or Dare?

Anurima Kumar and Sophia Werthmann

May 13, 2014


Filed under FRONT PAGE, LIFE, STUDENT LIFE, VIDEO

We asked students, teachers, random strangers and even Dean Jen to play Truth or Dare. Watch to see how far they were willing to go.

Safety Versus Freedom

Safety Versus Freedom

Eva Hattie L. Schueler and Molly Kraus-Steinmetz

April 18, 2013


Filed under FEATURES, FRONT PAGE

“There is a way to keep people safe and do it in a compassionate, empathetic way,” said Jen Hein, the current dean at Community High School. “As you know, we go to school in a neighborhood where there are many people that are not fortunate. [They] don’t have homes, they don’t have roofs over t...

Hot Lunch at Community High School

Hot Lunch at Community High School

Emma Sowder and Ella Steiger

February 28, 2013


Filed under FRONT PAGE, NEWS, SCHOOL

As Community High School has become more and more popular as a school, it has to start giving more options to support the needs of more people applying. Community has provided in school cold lunches for two years, but on Tuesday Feb. 12  the choice to buy a hot lunch became available. “It’s a big...

Marijuana: The Truth?

Marijuana: The Truth?

Print Staff, Print Editors

January 13, 2013


Filed under FEATURES, FRONT PAGE

This article appeared in print on December 18, 2012.  Community High School senior Dan Roy was on the way to his car after sixth block on Nov. 19 when he was approached by a woman he didn’t know. She asked if he could answer some questions about his opinion on the legalization of marijuana. Roy agre...

Class of ’11 Says Goodbye

Class of ’11 Says Goodbye

Melanie Langa, Kerry Fingerle

June 2, 2011


Filed under FRONT PAGE, NEWS

  Community High School's class of 2011 officially graduated May 31st. The ceremony was held at Hill Auditorium in downtown Ann Arbor. The seats were filled with proud parents and friends as well as CHS staff members. In addition, guests from the AAPS administration were present at the ceremony. D...

CHS Receives Green Certification

Melanie Langa

May 10, 2011


Filed under NEWS

Community High is the Ann Arbor Public School’s newest Green Certified School. As of spring 2011, CHS was officially designated an Emerald School by the Michigan Green Schools Program. CHS joins Allen, Bach, Bryant, Eberwhite, Lawton, Logan, Mitchell, Northside, Pattengill, Thurston and Wines elemen...

The Great Heist: How Governor Rick Snyder is Robbing Public Schools

Jordan Siden

May 5, 2011


Filed under FEATURES

Although dealing with slim funds is nothing new for public schools, school districts across Michigan could be facing some very tough times ahead. Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s budget proposal for the 2011-12 fiscal year removes $453 per pupil across the state, among other major cuts to the poor, the old,...

Alice Elliott’s Wall of Love Brings Community Students Together

Alice Elliott’s Wall of Love Brings Community Students Together

Ella Bourland and Helen Januszewski

May 3, 2011


Filed under CATEGORY FRONT PAGE, FEATURES

  Alice Elliott, Community High School senior, recently started the Wall of Love at CHS. The idea, originally found on the Internet by Huron student Ryan Hibbs, is to put compliments about people on a piece of paper in a public place where they can see them. The compliments are written anonymously “like, 'such-and...

MLK Assembly Features Flash Mob

MLK Assembly Features Flash Mob

Shadi Ahmadmehrabi

January 15, 2011


Filed under CATEGORY FRONT PAGE, NEWS, VIDEO

On Thursday, January 13, Community High School held its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day assembly at St. Andrew's. The assembly was coordinated by the Black Student Union (BSU) with new advisor Janelle Johnson. The BSU continued the theme from last year: service. Students spoke about community servi...

Getting to Community High

Mari Cohen & Julia DeVarti

December 16, 2010


Filed under FEATURES

It is fairly typical for a high school student to ride to school on a large yellow bus. But the morning routines of senior Jennifer Sercel and junior Elizabeth Caldwell, both Community High School students, vary from the traditional model. Sercel and Caldwell take not one, but two buses each morning...

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