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What the high school experience really is
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN Pep rallies, sports games and school dances. What movies have most children believe is that these are the primary aspects of the high school experience. Though pom-poms and prom certainly make appearances throughout one’s four years at CCHS, the true high school experience is much more complex... Read more
Teachers should voice their opinions – carefully
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN They are the individuals that shape students into the people they will be for the rest of their lives. They foster passions for literature, scientific discovery and the great unknowns of the past. Teachers are undoubtedly some of the most important figures in an adolescent’s life. Since... Read more
How students can make their voices heard
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN Hundreds of students stand in the CCHS bleachers, wielding hand-painted signs and the inextinguishable anger of a generation suffering at the hands of injustice. A chant rises from the stands and shakes the field. “Enough is enough.” At the walkout on Wednesday, February 21, Cowboys had the... Read more
#NeverAgain: Cooper City students take a stand by walking out
BY ANNABELLE ROSA In wake of the tragedies faced at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD), Broward County has begun to speak out. Across the county, it was decided this past weekend that several walkouts would be held in order to mourn the many lost at one Broward County’s sister... Read more
College fair attracts over 70 post-secondary schools
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN Swarms of parents and students moved around the transformed CCHS cafeteria. Its tables, usually topped with lunch trays and water bottles, were adorned with various college pamphlets and brochures. On Tuesday, February 13, CCHS hosted its annual college fair. “This event is important because students can talk... Read more
Valentine’s Day activities in and around Cooper City
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN Love is in the air. As February 14 rolls around once again, people are scrambling to make Valentine’s Day plans. The holiday often brings to mind red roses and boxes of chocolate. But handing out love letters and heart-shaped candies is not the only way to celebrate.... Read more
CCHS to offer new courses for 2018-2019 school year
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN Fourth quarter has yet to begin, but students are already picking out their classes for the 2018-2019 school year. Course selection cards were passed out to freshmen, sophomores and juniors last week. Along with being anxious about planning for the next school year, many students were surprised... Read more
A second look: The most anticipated sequels of 2018
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN People aren’t going to the movies anymore. In an age of endless streaming options like Netflix and HBO Go, movie theater chains are suffering. Blame it on the expensive concessions or lackluster releases, but consumers are not as inclined to spend their time and money at traditional... Read more
Time’s up – but the excuses continue
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN Hollywood started the new year off by turning heads around the world. Award show attendees are known for flamboyant attire in a range of rich hues. For weeks after the event, celebrity magazines and networks will continue to analyze cerulean satin and vermillion velvet. However, numerous celebrities... Read more
CCHS Thespians produce “Into the Woods”
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN The Cooper City High School Thespians are preparing once again to steal the show with a spring musical. The club is putting on a production of “Into the Woods,” a play by James Lapine that combines the elements of many well-known fairy tales into one cohesive story.... Read more