Landon Counts: A leader you can count on
BY KYLE NELSON It’s noon on Fort Lauderdale beach during the Tortuga country music festival, and CCHS Senior Landon Counts is swaying with the crowd during one of his favorite songs as his mind drifts off to the thought of school the next day. After a quick mental rundown... Read more
Jeremy Brower: Keeping his ion the prize
BY KENDYL COUNTS Whether he’s unapologetically roaming the school grounds in a giraffe onesie, throwing the first pitch at a Cooper City Cowboys baseball game, or creating comprehensive Quizlet study sets that are the saviors of students across the county, CCHS Senior Jeremy Brower is hard to miss.    ... Read more
Nikki Tjin a Djie: Champion of the Underdogs
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR One thing about senior Nicole “Nikki” Tjin a Djie is certain: she isn’t easily defined. “I want to give a voice to the underdog and the outcast,” she says, wringing her hands and giving off an aura of vulnerable, flattered sheepishness that doesn’t quite match with... Read more
CCHS Senior Brent Pappas Codes the Way to Success
BY DARIAN SABLON It’s five in the morning, the sun is hidden away by the clouds, and there is barely anyone in sight. Most students would still be sleeping around this time, snoring their last few hours away. However, in the low lit streets of Cooper City, there is... Read more
ROTC Hosts Summer Camp to Train Cadets
BY SOPHIA WENGIER The serious faces and disciplined movements of the ROTC cadets portray a feeling of unrelenting pride in their program and country.  While our ROTC upperclassmen perform with an ease and dexterity that seems almost innate, every member of the program had to begin somewhere.  For  many... Read more
Cooper’s Newest Assistant Principal
BY LINDSEY HANNAH There is a fresh addition to the administrative team at Cooper City High School. It may be hard to know who I’m talking about with so many new faces on campus this year, so here are some clues: she has a doctorate, plays seven sports, and... Read more
A New Face to CCHS Food

A New Face to CCHS Food

Features September 12, 2016

BY SABRINE BRISMEUR Cooper City High School’s gray brick cafeteria walls and cardboard food trays may seem a long way from the soft wooded walls and hand-made calzones of Pembroke Pines’s beloved Italian Caffé, but CCHS’ new cafeteria manager, Modestina Cariati is looking to change all that. Cariati... Read more
Hurricane Hermine Hits Home
BY NOAH CASTAGNA As Hurricane Hermine tears its way up the Gulf, many former Cooper City High students are making the mad dash to throw up their shutters and stock up on essentials like water, canned foods, and batteries, as well as preparing themselves to make productive use of... Read more
Not Your Average Joe: CCHS Senior Joe Torres Ascends to MIT and Beyond
BY KENDYL COUNTS Under studio lights a curly-haired boy stands alert, his hand hovering above a buzzer.  As if by a feat of clairvoyance, his hand slams the buzzer and he answers correctly, even after receiving only a fragment of a hint. His knowledge is boundless and he knows... Read more
Zoe Hobson: Queen of the Court
BY SOPHIA WENGIER The walls of Cooper City High School’s gymnasium are covered with posters cheering on our beloved volleyball team and the stands are full of excited fans, waiting in anticipation for the game to begin.  Zoe Hobson stands huddled with her team, looking into the eyes of... Read more