CCHS Senior Sees Her Name In Lights
BY BLUE KAUFMAN Acting is a competitive profession to break into. It requires patience, luck and an ability to withstand constant rejection. Despite the hardships, one Cooper City High School senior is determined to make her way to the red carpet. With some experience already on her resume, Aiyana... Read more
Students Take Summer Seriously
BY SARAH ROUSSELL When the school year comes to a close and summer rolls in, there is always that exhilarating feeling of knowing that the next two months are completely open to the endless possibilities of “whatever you want” activities. Whether it’s lazy days spent poolside, going to the... Read more
CCHS Teacher Gets A “Sharp” New Look
BY SYDNEY ALTMAN Our society is fascinated with fashion, entertainment, and reality television.  All three of these obsessions combine effortlessly in series such as How Do I Look or Extreme Makeover.  Though these makeover shows may seem superficial on the outside, they actually provide hope, growth, and confidence for... Read more
The Sound Of Pride Take The Stage One Last Time For Encore!
BY SARAH ROUSSELL A wave of silence falls upon an excited audience as the lights of Cooper City High School’s auditorium fade. The auditorium is soon brought to life as the musicians of CCHS’s Sound of Pride wind ensemble begin to play. Starting from the very back of the... Read more
Cooper City’s Cake Boss
  BY KAYLA LOKEINSKY In a flurry of flour, clad in her chef hat, the young baker whisks her creamy confection in the midst of a culinary battle. Her hands move at lightning speed, kneading dough with nimble fingers, hardly pausing as she moves from one kitchen task to... Read more
An American In Paris
BY ROBYN BONFIGLIO Day 1 Only a single day has passed and everything I have seen has exceeded my expectations. A few weeks ago, I found out I was going to Paris and a few different places in Spain with my grandparents and my aunt. Along with a view... Read more
Teachers Compete To Become Cooper’s Biggest Loser
BY SYDNEY ALTMAN The scale is brought into the room and immediately the participants become anxious.  They have been exercising constantly and monitoring their diet more than they ever had before.  Each hopes that the time and dedication spent toward achieving their goal of shedding pounds was worth it. ... Read more
A Knight’s Tale: Thornton Davis Reenacts Medieval Swordplay
BY SARAH ROUSSELL The scorching hot sun blazes down on a ragged grass field as tension builds. Standing at each end of the field are two men who are suited up in heavy silver plated armor complete with a shield and a broad sword.  As if someone had pressed... Read more
Heroes Remembered: Ground Zero Museum Is A Moving Experience
BY RACHEL SHARPE When most people think about September 11th, 2001 the first thought that comes to mind are the images of two immense towers crumbling to the earth and thick, black smoke forming a cloud over Manhattan. The fact is most high school students don’t remember much of the horror... Read more
Lotocky Sisters Help Keep Their Cultural Heritage Alive Through Dance
BY KAYLA LOKEINSKY The plush red curtain rises as a misty fog creeps from the rafters of the theater. Out of the wings emerge twelve beautiful women, each draped in white, like angels. They begin to twirl, slowly, rhythmically, almost dreamlike. The weary soldiers near the end of the... Read more