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Fun in Quarantine
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February 20, 2020

Fun in Quarantine

Donovan Davis, Writer
April 29, 2020

Thousands of students are stuck inside and can’t go any were. Can’t go to malls, fast food, parks or even see each other. Students also are stuck on online classes and do all work online and in their house. People have been in quarantine for almost 2 months now and it gets boring being stuck in the house after a while. What are students doing for fun and how they are doing in classes online instead...

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March 5, 2020

The “SAT” is a standardized test used widely for college admissions created by college board. You start practicing as a high school freshman by taking the “PSAT” which is a practice sat. Juniors take the sat in spring semester and are available to retake it going into their senior year to improve their scores for better college opportunities. Students tend to stress over the fact that this test plays an important part on their future school and it overwhelms them to extended point.  All...

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Isabella Arenas, newspaper something
February 26, 2020

  The job of a school bus driver can be pretty tough, driving a 10- ton vehicle and to the back are around 60 kids talking and moving around and at the same time still having to focus on the road. Many people do not have the patience to have that job and find it a bit challenging, and that is absolutely right. Everyday school buses take off carrying many kids all of which who don’t have any seatbelts. That means they are able to get up and walk the aisle, lean over, turn around which can...

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A Heartbreaking Tale, But A Glorious Story: Chapin Varsity Boys Soccer

Caelan Roche
April 30, 2019

March 29th, 2019. Chapin is facing off against Del Valle for the Bi-District title. The winner advances to regional. The loser goes home. As we already know, the Huskies are coming into this game already having made history at Chapin, making themselves and all fans of their team alike very proud. However, this is not to say the team cannot go further, and the ambition is definitely present in the team....

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Chapin’s Run to The Playoffs

Caelan Roche
March 26, 2019

So recently, as in the Tuesday prior to spring break recently, Chapin's boys' soccer team took on Irvin to determine who advances to the playoff tie round. For Chapin, the chance to break the accursed dry spell of playoff glory is one that comes after 14 years, and if they are to win, the boys would write their names in Chapin's history books as the second team ever to make the playoffs. On the flip...

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Was the Hype To Much?: Chapin vs Andress

Caelan Roche
February 4, 2019

Varsity goalkeeper Tashie Mack is no stranger to competitiveness. With a passionate heart yearning for the best he can be, the 18 year old senior at Chapin High School approached the annual Chapin vs Andress Derby with emotion and desire, telling me over text "". Obviously, on the Andress side of things, the tradition of pre-game trash talk was to be expected, with one of the opposing players snap...

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