Game Changer

Dominic Dea, Team B Writer
March 27, 2015

Starting for the 2014-2015 school year, students and teachers in all of the buildings in the district have the opportunity to use Google Chromebooks. Each one of the personal laptops has different capabilities, primarily based off of internet websites to use the different functions such as documents... Read more »

The Apple Watch Is Here

Dominic Dea, Team B Staff Writer
March 12, 2015

On March 9, 2015 at its ‘Special Event’, Apple had an array of products they were unveiling, including the Apple TV’s ability to be capable with HBO and the new smaller Macbook Air laptop. But what the company has a lot of anticipation of releasing was the Apple Watch. The stylish watch has many... Read more »

Leonard Nimoy Dies at 83

Ella Brickman, Staff Writer
March 10, 2015

Leonard Nimoy, most known for his role of Spock in the Star Trek franchise, passed away on February 27, 2015. He died of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Friday morning. Even though he stopped smoking thirty years ago, the disease had been slowly killing him for over a year. Nimoy had been rushed... Read more »

Unbroken: Book vs. Movie

Dominic Dea, Team B Staff Writer
February 24, 2015

For the summer reading book of 2014, Chardon students and facility got the opportunity to read Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand. Unbroken is a biography of World War II hero Louis Zamperini, a former Olympic track star who survived a plane crash in the Pacific ocean, and then survived more than two and... Read more »

The Release of ‘The Interview’

Dominic Dea, Team B Staff Writer
January 12, 2015

After months of controversy towards the new film, The Interview was finally released by Columbia Pictures for the public to view. Starring Seth Rogen and James Francos, this comedy has been brought a lot of attention to the country of North Korea. In the movie, James Francos character, Dave Skylark,... Read more »

Just Let It Go

Ella Brickman, Staff Writer
December 5, 2014

Idina Menzel, the voice of Elsa in Disney’s Frozen, has confirmed that there will be a Frozen 2. Although the Walt Disney Studios had said in September that there were no plans for a sequel, it’s obvious that things have change quickly. Menzel is not officially casted to revive her role as Elsa,... Read more »

Star Wars Fans Excited Over Trailer Release

Nick Miraglia, Editor-in-Chief
December 5, 2014

People everywhere are talking about it. The new Star Wars.  Since the trailer for the December 2015 film came out, many are now able to further speculate on what the plot of this movie will be. Will it be anything like the original three movies, or will it be more like the prequel series? Will it be... Read more »

“Dumb and Dumber To”: Better Than The Original?

Nick Mysyk, Team B Editor
November 21, 2014

If you have ever seen Dumb and Dumber, you will most likely agree that it is a classic comedy. The sequel to this movie, Dumb and Dumber To, came out last Friday, and was a surprise hit. Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels appear again as Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne, and they do a great job. To this date,... Read more »

Superhero Movies Remain Popular

Dominic Dea, Team B Staff Writer
November 10, 2014

The production of superhero movies has become a recent trend by film corporations. Superheros have been known to the public since their start as comic books in the 1930’s. The popularity of these superheros has passed on from generation to generation. Many people look forward to seeing their beloved... Read more »

Chardon High School’s Production of Arsenic and Old Lace opens November 6

Ella Brickman, Staff Writer
November 3, 2014

On Thursday, November 6, it’s opening night for the CHS drama department’s performance of the classic play, Arsenic and Old Lace. With Jeremy Bolton as the lead male, Mortimer Brewster, and Kaitlyn Carr and Brittney Wilson cast as the female leads, Martha and Abby Brewster, it’s sure to be a show... Read more »

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