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Has teaching 9/11 become obsolete?

Isabel Behrendt, Opinions Editor

September 26, 2019

With the anniversary of 9/11 having come and gone within the past 18 years, each graduating class moves on with their life, and students have become more dissociated and less connected with the tragedy, loss, and overwhelming sense of anxiety that enveloped the nation.  To this year’s group of students on campus...

Point/Counterpoint: Homecoming theme causes uproar

Point/Counterpoint: Homecoming theme causes uproar

August Bowers and Aja Diffin

September 4, 2015

Seven-year-old’s birthday party or high school dance? With homecoming just around the corner, Student Government (StuGo) is at it again. Last year’s theme, “Masked,” was a hit with the majority of the students attending the homecoming dance. However, it seems that this year’s theme, “Sta...

Schedules are overdue for change

Schedules are overdue for change

Sarah Lankford, Staff Writer

March 3, 2015

In the Chandler school district, we have been accustomed to this modified year-round schedule for years. With this comfort comes fear of the possible new schedule change. HB2303, a bill that just passed the House with a 5-2 vote, can push back the first day of school until after Labor Day. The new...

Homecoming is way to early

Devlin Clark, Staff Reporter

September 2, 2014

It’s the night of the dance, the men dressed handsomely and the ladies beautifully. Homecoming falls months earlier than last year and adds increased pressure on the women by them having to look for a dress and make a decision faster, and men  having to find a date quicker. With homecoming being on...

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