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Preview: NFL Championship Sunday

Preview: NFL Championship Sunday

Justin Ballou, Reporter

January 18, 2019


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

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...

Writing With a Purpose

Writing With a Purpose

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

January 17, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Humans of CP, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Using only a pencil and a piece of paper, sophomore Anya Van Arnam has discovered her talent in inspiring people through poetry. With four of her pieces already published through The Austin Internation Poetry Festival and a few independent anthologies, she continues to write and practice her skills,...

‘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...

Preview: Boys & Girls Soccer

Preview: Boys & Girls Soccer

Justin Ballou, Reporter

January 11, 2019


Filed under Clubs and Organizations, CPHS News, News, Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

As the calendar switched to 2019, both the girls and boys soccer teams are getting ready to start the new season. For the girls, they want to advance even farther in the playoffs than last year, where their memorable season came to an end in double overtime of their fourth round postseason matchup. For...

Mary Poppins Returns

Mary Poppins Returns

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

January 10, 2019


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

Since 1964, Disney's Mary Poppins has been an inspiration for children and adults alike. With stars like Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke, it's hard to imagine any remake outdoing the original. However, Mary Poppins Returns, starring Emily Blunt, succeeded in bringing old characters back to life, as we...

Project Lavender

Project Lavender

January 10, 2019


Filed under Clubs and Organizations, CPHS News, Multimedia, Recent Stories, Student Life

Click here to read about DECA seniors Nithila Ilangovan, Isabelle Thai and Kelsey Jones' Project Lavender.

Year Rewind

Year Rewind

Estefani Rios, Reporter

January 1, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Recent Stories, Student Life, Top Stories

As the new year begins, many reflect on their experiences from the previous year. From the good to the bad, from the lows to the highs, 2018 was an eventful year for many. Below are five student reflections on their year and what they hope 2019 will bring.  

College Football Playoff Preview

College Football Playoff Preview

Justin Ballou, Reporter

December 26, 2018


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

Every year when the college football regular season comes to an end, teams that won six or more games get the opportunity of playing in a bowl game. The elite teams—usually the ones that finish within the top 10—get to participate in the New Year's six games, while the teams that finish within the...

Holiday Traditions

Holiday Traditions

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

December 24, 2018


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

From watching movies to having a unique family meal, students often have their own way of celebrating the holiday season.  This time of the year brings a tradition of freshman Kailey Cheng's family, who makes a turkey noodle soup using the leftovers after Thanksgiving and Christmas meals. They take ...

Kaleidoscope of Cultures

Kaleidoscope of Cultures

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter

December 21, 2018


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

Preconceived notions often fill people's minds when meeting others, preventing new perspectives and relationships from being built. Whether it be understanding one’s upbringing, beliefs, gender or ethnicity, everyone has a unique way of identifying their culture. While sophomore Lia Kim was born in Chicago ...

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