Freddie Gray: The Newest Police Brutality Death

Andrew Drake, Team B Editor
May 1, 2015

It seems every week another case of racial police brutality hits the news cycle, stirring up protests and calls for change.  This time the incident in question is the death of Freddie Gray, who had his spine injured by police officers on Sunday, April 12 during his arrest by the Baltimore, MD police... Read more »

Will They Make History?

Shae Eichele, Team B Staff Writer
March 27, 2015

The Chardon competition team has been going down to Kissimmee, Florida for the COA ultimate competition every year for a long time now. The past two years the team has been able to win. This competition happens to be one of the biggest across the nation. Teams from all over including Mexico, Australia... Read more »

St. Mary Spirit Days

Natalie Bukovec, Staff Writer
March 23, 2015

This past weekend, a special event took place at the local St. Mary Parish; Spirit Days. This weekend retreat is special for those making their confirmation and also for the many high school students and adults who volunteer their time to help out. “I love spirit days” said Junior Bri Fowle, “They... Read more »

Catch Me If You Can

David Douglas, Director of Print Media
March 12, 2015

The time has come for the anxiously awaited spring musical, Catch Me If You Can. Since the fall play, Arsenic and Old Lace, proved to be a success, high expectations have been set for Chardon’s Drama Club. Based on the hit DreamWorks film, this musical shows the adventures of a traveling con-artist. “Looking... Read more »

The Silver Fox

Cooper Snyder, Staff Writer
March 10, 2015

February 27th is an important date in Chardon, Ohio. Despite tragedy, the community remembers it as a period of time that they were able to overcome what no one thought they could. With that being said, it has drawn the attention of national figures that have a powerful impact on those that they come... Read more »

Asperger’s Syndrome: Not What You May Think

Andrew Drake, Team B Editor
February 24, 2015

One of the most discussed yet misunderstood mental condition or disorder is Asperger’s Syndrome (AS).  While many or even most of us see AS in our daily lives, or know someone with the condition, few understand what it is, or know that it even exists.  AS is an Autism spectrum disorder, meaning it... Read more »

Homecoming Recap

Shae Eichele, Team B Staff Writer
February 24, 2015

Some say High school is the best four years of their life. You finally have reached that age where you will start to date and go to school dances. Freshman year might be the most exciting year because you are officially allowed to go to the Homecoming dance. From trying to find the perfect dress to wear,... Read more »

Christmas Decor Superstitions

Dillon Wright, Team B Staff Writer
January 12, 2015

Christmas decorations have been a tradition of many families for hundreds of years. From lights on the house, wreaths on the walls and the famous Christmas tree, decorations have become very popular in America. There are tours where you can view decorations and lights. There are also light shows and... Read more »

A Day to Remember

David Douglas, Team B Staff Writer
December 16, 2014

Never forget December 7, 1941. Due to a decision made by the United States Congress on August 23, 1994, this day was dedicated to be a day to remember and honor all those who died in the attack on Pearl Harbor. It is a tradition to fly the Flag of the United States at half-staff until sunset in honor... 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 »

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