Hurricane rundown: This season, last season and the future
BY GENNA NORDLING As Hurricane Florence nears the east coast and President Donald Trump makes comments on the death toll of last season’s hurricanes, Americans are bewildered by the amount hurricanes and tropical storms in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Currently, there are four named storms in the Atlantic,... Read more
Kilauea Volcano eruptions cause destruction but open opportunities
BY GENNA NORDLING The Kilauea Volcano began its first major eruption since 2014 on May 3, 2018. The lava is still flowing and is getting faster and hotter, which poses as an extreme threat to locals and visitors within the area. This eruption has caused mass evacuations from the... Read more
Troupe 0784 takes on Cappies
BY ANNABELLE ROSA Every theater kid dreams of attending the Tony awards. Though this isn’t necessarily plausible, the Cappie Gala helps to achieve this goal in a way. This year, the CCHS Thespians participated in the event. Troupe 0784 took part in the National Cappies program with their production... Read more
Hugs for HOPE 5k: Running to raise awareness
BY JULIA WENGIER On May 19, the Florida Initiative for Suicide Prevention (FISP) is teaming up with the HOPE Sunshine Clubs of Broward County for the fifth annual Hugs for HOPE 5k Walk/Run. The event will take place at Markham Park from 7:30 to 9:30 in the morning. Helping... Read more
The Lariat receives county awards from Sun Sentinel
BY KENDYL COUNTS As the school year comes to a close, journalism students gathered from across South Florida to attend the Sun Sentinel High School Journalism Awards, held at Archbishop McCarthy High School. By the end of the night, The Lariat staff had received 20 awards for its achievements... Read more
Relay for Life: “By coming together, we can find hope”
BY TAMARAH WALLACE The American Cancer Society’s mission is simply to “free the world from cancer,” an assertion that is supported by their efforts to fundraise for research, share information and support patients – efforts that all culminate at their annual Relay for Life events. “Relay for Life was... Read more
Please romaine calm: CDC warns against the leafy green
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN It’s been a tough week for Caesar salad fans. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an advisory this month about potentially-contaminated romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Ariz. region. Some of the romaine from the region may be infected with a strain of E.... Read more
Local mothers host Mom Prom for charity
BY GENNA NORDLING To a high school student, a senior center does not seem like the ideal location for prom. But for CCHS parent Kelly Kern and the Cooper City “Mom Prom” board, it was the perfect place to have a party for a purpose. On Saturday, April 28,... Read more
Eric Garner speaks out about #MSDStrong documentary
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR In the aftermath of the shooting tragedy that took 17 lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD), the broadcast production program at the school began the process of recovering – by going back to work. “What do I do? How do I try to live... Read more
CCHS publications take over FSPA States
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN For many CCHS Cowboys, there are certain defining weekends throughout their four years at CCHS. For the thrill-seekers, it’s Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios. For the aspiring entrepreneurs, it’s DECA Nationals. But for journalism and broadcast students, one weekend that stands out from the rest... Read more