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So Far Gone, An October’s Very Own Presentation: Re-Released

So Far Gone, An October’s Very Own Presentation: Re-Released

Jalen Gomez, Reporter

February 20, 2019


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Nostalgia is a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations. One thing that a lot of people tend to have nostalgia with is music, and that’s why we celebrate the anniversary of classic albums and mixtapes. On Feb. 13, 2009, A...

No, It Isn’t Romantic

No, It Isn’t Romantic

Estefani Rios, Reporter

February 20, 2019


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Let me get right to the point, “Isn’t it Romantic” was an okay movie. It’s wasn’t bad, but there wasn’t anything that I truly loved. There are some spoilers below, so if you want to see the film, I wouldn’t read this yet. The movie is directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson, who is the direc...

March Madness Is Right Around The Corner

March Madness Is Right Around The Corner

Noah Hedges, Reporter

February 20, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Top Stories

For college basketball fans, the best part of the season is coming up in just a few weeks: March Madness. College students and alumni will sit in front of their TVs on March 17 waiting to see if their school basketball team makes the top 68 to be in the tournament. A unique part of the tournament is that ever...

2019 NBA Trade Deadline Reactions

2019 NBA Trade Deadline Reactions

Jalen Gomez, Reporter

February 15, 2019


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The NBA Trade Deadline is one of the most exciting times of the NBA calendar year, showcasing not only the lack of loyalty to the players, but also putting the drama on an extremely tall pedestal. With the general managers all over the league trying to swing a deal in order to “compete” with the...

There’s No Off-Season for Drum Corps Performers

There’s No Off-Season for Drum Corps Performers

Noah Hedges, Reporter

February 15, 2019


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Drum Corps is known as "marching band’s major league." Every fall, thousands of performers audition for different corps across the country in instruments of their choice. The audition process is long, and very challenging, but when the work finally pays off, you find yourself a home over the summer...

NFL Season Ends, But Also Just Began

NFL Season Ends, But Also Just Began

Justin Ballou, Reporter

February 13, 2019


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On Sunday, Feb. 3, the New England Patriots won their sixth Super Bowl in the last 18 years by defeating the LA Rams in a defensive-heavy game. Though the game was the lowest-scoring Super Bowl in NFL history, it was also the Patriots' largest margin of victory in the Super Bowl out of all of their six...

Watchmen: The Wrong Kind of Superheroes

Watchmen: The Wrong Kind of Superheroes

Jalen Gomez, Reporter

January 28, 2019


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With Netflix releasing an insane amount of shows and movies to its current catalog, TV lovers are getting a very nice catalog of options to watch at any given time. A majority of the releases have been critically acclaimed films, from “Indiana Jones” to the newer “Star Wars” movies and “Pulp Fict...

‘Black Mirror’: ‘Bandersnatch’ Review

‘Black Mirror’: ‘Bandersnatch’ Review

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

January 28, 2019


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If you’ve ever seen an episode of “Black Mirror” on Netflix, you know that coming away from it, you will have a lot to think about. A show that usually uses the dangerous side of technological advancement to create an unsettling, but possible reality, “Black Mirror” decided to use Netflix’s inte...

Honoring MLK Jr.’s Legacy in Downtown Austin

Honoring MLK Jr.’s Legacy in Downtown Austin

Callie Copeland, Reporter

January 25, 2019


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“Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that.” These words, spoken by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1963, resonated with many Americans celebrating MLK day over the three-day weekend. On Monday, I had the privilege of attending ...

Preview: NFL Championship Sunday

Preview: NFL Championship Sunday

Justin Ballou, Reporter

January 18, 2019


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On Sunday, Jan. 20, the Super Bowl LIII matchup will be decided. The winner of the NFC Championship Game (Rams @ Saints) will take on the winner of the AFC Championship Game (Patriots @ Chiefs) in Atlanta at the Mercedes Benz Stadium on Feb. 3. Here are my predictions for Championship Sunday and what...

‘SKINS’ Leaves Unanswered Questions About XXXTentacion

‘SKINS’ Leaves Unanswered Questions About XXXTentacion

Noah Hedges, Reporter

January 16, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Opinion, Recent Stories, Uncategorized

As most rap fans know, XXXTentacion passed away on June 18. His fans have been mourning greatly ever since his passing, but now, XXX has released his so-called “last statement.” There were questions asked as to how he released this album, called “SKINS”. Seemingly, putting an album together ...

Add This Essential to Your Life

Add This Essential to Your Life

Kieren Garner, Reporter

January 11, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Opinion, Recent Stories, Top Stories

The world of essential oils holds many benefits, such as relaxation, sleep, pain relief, stress relief—all things that high schoolers struggle with. Being a high school student myself, I have resorted to aromatherapy as a way to help. Here are a few of my favorite oils. For about five years now, I have struggled w...

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