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Mixed signals about cell phone use in classrooms

January 25, 2013

Filed under Opinions

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer At the beginning of each school year, students go to their classes for the first time to meet their new teachers and receive a syllabus. At this time, students are told each teacher’s cell phone...

Today’s tech

Today’s tech

October 21, 2011

Laptops become a backpack necessity

September 28, 2011

Filed under News Blog

Why tediously record notes on paper when you can type them? Is it necessary to email work to someone when you can just give them your flash drive? And why use the dictionaries in your English class when Google operates in a matter...

Recycling Club offers to dispose of old cell phones

February 10, 2011

Filed under News Blog

Kelly Stewart Staff Writer Any student wishing to get rid of an old cell phone can give them to the recycling club, where they can dispose of them in an environmentally-friendly way. The CHS Recycling Club can make sure that...

Teens’ “screen time” continues to rise

October 27, 2010

Filed under News

Zeb White Assistant Business Manager  Growing up, your parents may have warned you not to spend too much time watching TV. However, you probably now spend hours of their free time texting, using social networks like Facebook,...

Facebook mobile the new way to communicate

February 19, 2010

Filed under Entertainment Blog

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer Facebook is huge. People have become so attached to the cite that it has been made accessible on many phones, namely the iPhone with its Facebook app. However, many people do not realize that Faceboo...

Marketing schemes are overrated…

January 28, 2010

Filed under News

As I walked in to the AT&T store this past Saturday in hopes of renewing my contract, and upgrading to a phone from this century, it wasn't long before my hopes were crushed. Although I came in to by the ever popular, Blackberry...

Lock up! How careless students are making theft easy

December 14, 2009

Filed under News

Ellen Cameron Staff Writer You can't find it. Is it in your locker? Your car? Did you leave it at home? You search, hoping you'll find it, because even though you know it was just there, you hope you're just delusional, because "temporarily misplaced" ...

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