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A look between the relationship of water and America

By: Alivia Taveras, Spring Reporter

Across America teens aren't drinking enough water. If you take a look around Colonia High School, you are less likely to see students or teachers with a bottle of water. But more likely to see a juice, soda or Dunkin Donuts cup in the morning. Most people opt for any other drink beside water because "It tastes better." But who can blame them, the water fountains across schools in Americ...

June 14, 2017No Comments

Recent News Stories

How CHS can transform itself into an eco-friendly school

June 14, 2017

Participation Trophies: Are They Really a Win?

Participation Trophies: Are They Really a Win?

June 6, 2017

Fleet Week 2017 anchors in New York City

Fleet Week 2017 anchors in New York City

June 6, 2017

The Great Barrier Reef to die indefinitely

The Great Barrier Reef to die indefinitely

May 29, 2017

A flash-back to the past in Colonia High

A flash-back to the past in Colonia High

April 7, 2017

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Homework holds back students

Many students feel that homework is tedious and unnecessary.

Homework holds back students

By: Austin Amaro, Spring Reporter

Homework is a highly divided topic. Some love homework and feel that it is best done daily, while others feel that it’s a nuisance. What do students think and studies show about homework? Homework is defined as schoolwork assigned to be done outside the classroom, per dictionary.com. It is assigned with the purpose to educate students and reinforce what is learned in the c...

June 13, 2017No Comments

Recent Student Life Stories

Professional Gaming: is it a career option?

Professional Gaming: is it a career option?

June 7, 2017

The facts behind cheating – why do people cheat?

The facts behind cheating – why do people cheat?

June 6, 2017

CHS student Julia Cleary dances through life

CHS student Julia Cleary dances through life

June 4, 2017

Vine fame changes the world and feeds the hungry

Vine fame changes the world and feeds the hungry

June 2, 2017

Friday’s Friends Are Amazing Heroes

Friday’s Friends Are Amazing Heroes

May 31, 2017

The Memories Held in School Yearbooks

The Memories Held in School Yearbooks

May 29, 2017

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French gears up for next season

French gears up for next season

By: Alivia Taveras, Spring Reporter

Oliver French is a starting guard, began his career for Colonia High School football as a young sophomore. “Playing under the lights every Friday last year was fun. At the same time very nerve racking because I was only a ...

May 31, 2017No Comments

Crosstown Rivalry Renewed

Crosstown Rivalry Renewed

May 29, 2017

Opinion: Number 2 finally retired

Opinion: Number 2 finally retired

May 29, 2017

What the top 5 of the Premier League need for next year

What the top 5 of the Premier League need for next year

May 29, 2017

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Camp Happy Times Celebrates 35 Years

Camp Happy Times Celebrates 35 Years

By: Afrah Momin, Spring Reporter

"For more than 35 years, The Valerie Fund has operated Camp Happy Times." Camp Happy Times (CHT) is a non-profit organization that welcomes any child from the ages of 5-21 w...

June 6, 2017

Case for extending high-school start times

Case for extending high-school start times

May 31, 2017

Air cooling is best for schools

Air cooling is best for schools

May 29, 2017

A world with no bees

A world with no bees

May 24, 2017

Why A Trade Might Be Right For You

Why A Trade Might Be Right For You

May 9, 2017

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The Duty of Ms. D’Souza

The Duty of Ms. D’Souza

By: Samantha Dobbin, Spring Reporter

Current Colonia High School teacher, Ms. D'Souza, previously worked with youth services for social services. Ms. D'Souza has been...

May 29, 2017No Comments

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Entertainment

10% of the world’s population is left handed

10% of the world’s population is left handed

By: Brianna Kelly, Editor-in-chief

May 2, 2017No Comments

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Chad

Chad

By: Michelle Remite-Berthet, Fall Editor and Reporter

Noun: a piece of waste paper produced by punching a hole.

February 27, 2017

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School Dress Code Troubles in the Spring

School Dress Code Troubles in the Spring

The birds are chirping, the sunlight is lasting longer and the weather is getting warmer. You know what that means, spring is finally here. Every year, especially in t...

May 3, 2017No Comments

Island Sun Tanning: your prom necessities all in one day, at one place

Island Sun Tanning: your prom necessities all in one day, at one place

April 7, 2017

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