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Keep the “Paper” out of “Newspaper”

Keep the “Paper” out of “Newspaper”

Jordan Sang December 23, 2022

Since the invention of the printing press around 1440 by Johannes Guttenberg, knowledge could be transferred faster than ever from one part of the world to another. However, after cell phones became...

My Revelations as an Intern on a Congressional Campaign

My Revelations as an Intern on a Congressional Campaign

Charley Albert November 24, 2022

Throughout the past few months, a great portion of my time has been spent interning for the Mikie Sherrill Campaign. On November 8th, Mikie Sherrill was reelected for her third time as Congresswoman...

Photo courtesy of Grace Szostak and Alexandra Li

Bring Back the “Paper” in “Newspaper”

Alexandra Li and Grace Szostak November 23, 2022

Photo courtesy of Grace Szostak and Alexandra LiPhoto courtesy of Grace Szostak and Alexandra LiPhoto courtesy of Grace Szostak and Alexandra LiPhoto courtesy of Grace Szostak and Alexandra Li Alexandra...

The Condition of JCHSs Tennis Courts

The Condition of JCHS’s Tennis Courts

Marisa Brown October 26, 2022

Photo courtesy of Marisa Brown Photo courtesy of Marisa Brown Photo courtesy of Marisa Brown Cracks, leaks, and deformities galore: the dismal state of JCHS tennis courts Imagine: you're...

Pep Rallies–Inside or Outside

Pep Rallies–Inside or Outside

Lauren Geher October 25, 2022

It is already a month into the 2022-2023 school year, and JCHS is off to a great start. The second week of school presented students with spirit week, followed by the Fall Pep Rally that Friday. Following...

Keeping Our Speech Free: Why We Need Section 230

Keeping Our Speech Free: Why We Need Section 230

Alexandra Li October 25, 2022

Photo courtesy of NPR.org Over the past few months, the Supreme Court’s unprecedented conservative rulings have generated heated discussions. Social media has been a vital breeding ground...

Open Campus: Senior Viewpoints

Open Campus: Senior Viewpoints

Casey Pac October 25, 2022

This year at James Caldwell High School, senior students are allowed to leave during lunch. Open campus allows students to have the option to go home or out to eat during lunch instead of staying...

Why Students from Low-Income Homes Are Cheated in Education

Why Students from Low-Income Homes Are Cheated in Education

Olivia Abraham May 24, 2022

"rossier.usc.edu" Receiving a decent education is of the highest priority for countless individuals. While certain students go through lengths to learn to their...

School Issued Dell Laptops

School Issued Dell Laptops

Lia Vaiserman May 16, 2022

This past fall, James Caldwell High School students received their own individual Dell Laptop. There has since been much mixed feedback on the laptops from both students and teachers alike. Students...

Was Will Smith Justified for his Actions Against Chris Rock?

Was Will Smith Justified for his Actions Against Chris Rock?

Christine Infantolino and James Rizzo May 16, 2022

The Oscars are usually a time to celebrate the performances of actors and actresses around the U.S. This year, however, took a turn for the worst, as Chris Rock tried to wow the crowd with a tantalizing...

In Defense of Nabokovs Lolita

In Defense of Nabokov’s Lolita

Cindy Chen May 13, 2022

Disclaimer:  The following article contains mentions of sexual abuse and may be triggering for some audiences. The article also contains spoilers for the events of the novel.  "imdb.com"...

The JCHS Parking Lot

The JCHS Parking Lot

Jessica Melnikoff April 2, 2022

Students who drive to school and park in the parking lot often have something to say about it. Between never getting a spot or the horrible traffic they experience trying to leave the parking lot...

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