By: Kendall Serena When I first discovered this lovely trio of sisters, it was not through the usual means of hearing it through the radio or YouTube, but instead through a Teen […]
By: Kris Schneider Princeton University, one of the nation’s most exclusive schools and an Ivy League institution, has recently been faced with a potentially catastrophic outbreak of meningitis,
By: Kassie Sarkar Close your eyes. Now picture a cheesy love story, the cheesiest love story you can think of, one that has cheese that oozes and drips. Got it?
By: John Franklin The JCHS football team had a very successful year this year. With a 10-2 record the team made it to the state tournament with the one seed.
By: Jake Mulick I understand it is just the first few days of preseason, but so far how is this years’ swim team shaping up: Danny: The team’s looking a little small, […]
By: Abby Lebet If anyone were to flip through a fashion magazine, it would be a normal occurrence to find pictures of fashion models, whether it be modeling or walking in a […]
By: Nicole Garamella It’s upsetting to think that in today’s 21st century full of new ideals and social values it’s still more socially acceptable for a man to objectify women and assume […]
By: Nicky Barone Recently, many lobbying groups and educational organizations have pushed for the cutbacks of English, history, music, art and foreign language programs in public schools in favor of STEM courses […]
By: Loyse Burki Many students of James Caldwell High School are familiar with the social media website Twitter; they use it for many functions, from tweets about current events to the most […]
By: Julie Servidio Reduce, reuse and recycle. This is the motto taught to millions in hopes of a better future with less waste. Students here at JCHS do their part, recycling water […]