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“Playing Hooky” or Needing a Break? – An Examination of School Absence Policies and Mental Health Days, Part 2
“Playing Hooky” or Needing a Break? – An Examination of School Absence Policies and Mental Health Days, Part 1
Lockers? A good idea, or a bad solution?

Lockers? A good idea, or a bad solution?

February 19, 2019

Goodbye Old Friend

Goodbye Old Friend

February 19, 2019

Solo and Ensemble 2019

Solo and Ensemble 2019

February 8, 2019

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Aquaman: An Amateur Review By Caelan Roche
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Wes Anderson’s Stunning Stop Motion: Isle of Dogs
Game Trader: Super Hexagon
Peanut Butter Fried Bread Recipe

Peanut Butter Fried Bread Recipe

April 25, 2018

Timothée Chalamet is Hollywood’s Next Big Star

Timothée Chalamet is Hollywood’s Next Big Star

March 23, 2018

Opinion: Nuclear Fusion

Opinion: Nuclear Fusion

March 23, 2018

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Lockers? A good idea, or a bad solution?

February 19, 2019

Every high school movie ever made has one thing in common: a locker scene. Students rushing through the halls, opening up their lockers and getting their textbooks. Many associate lockers with high school. Students here at Chapin seem to have mixed feelings when asked if they’d prefer to have a locker or not. For many, the answer was an obvious yes, and for good reason. Backpacks can easily become...

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Approaching The State Tournament

Trenton Vanalstyne
January 29, 2019

After battling it out through long hard matches and days of physical exhaustion, this season for wrestling is coming to end in mere weeks for both the boys and girls teams. Months of hard training and commitment will culminate in a final opportunity for every wrestler to show what they are made of. “We’re about where we want to be,” Joseph, a wrestler on the team, said Thursday evening during...

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Chapin TSA Huskies Preparing For Competition

Bryan Allen
January 29, 2019

Nerves are starting to set in and the pressure is building as the day of regional competition inches closer and closer. Members of the Chapin Technology Student Association are preparing to compete at the regional level competition in one month to get the opportunity to go on to state and possibly nationals. Students are gathering materials together and putting finishing touches on their projects alongside...

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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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Rise and Shine: Keeping Your Sanity In the Wake of Morning Practices

Caelan Roche
December 17, 2018

Now that we are moving into the winter months of 2018, kids around campus are being faced with a new challenge: Morning practices. No one likes to wake up early, and for kids who are playing a sport such as soccer, you're required to wake up as early as 5:00 AM to make practice on time. Another group of kids who are experiencing trouble and strain is kids in band and orchestra. It is concert season,...

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Robert ison
November 28, 2017

This football season is coming to an end. But as it comes to an end that means playoffs! Which is the usual for our varsity team by now. Freshman have had a winning season and will continue to have one for their four years. JV have probable done the best job so far with almost a perfect season. Who could forget about varsity? Well varsity made it to the playoffs and we are all stoked. This week they are going against Del Valle which is a great school with even a better football team but it...

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