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Stress and Time Managment

August 27, 2018 4:04pm | Arika Marshall, Kailey Shupe

During high school, students are often overwhelmed, stressed, and unorganized. This can cause many negative consequences such as worsening grades, lack of sleep, and missing assignments. Improper time management may be the culprit. “How,” you may ask, “do I manage my time more effectively?” Students […]

The Haunting of the Queen Mary

August 21, 2018 4:16pm | Onna Hawkins

For years, Queen Mary has been known for being one of the most haunted places on Earth. Many people stay over night just for the adventure – most of the time they can feel the ghostly vibes or even see things that aren’t “human”.   […]

Why Reading is the Best

August 21, 2018 3:53pm | Sara Lazendy

You can read about anything. There are over 30 types of genres. Examples from Paranormal romance to nonfiction. The options are endless and because there are so many different things to read there is bound to be something you like.    You can take it anywhere. Unlike […]

Freshman Thoughts and Feelings on the First Few Weeks of School

August 14, 2018 3:38pm | Hannah Bradford

High school can be a very stressful step in your life, especially the first week of school. As a freshman myself, I wondered what the thoughts and feelings of other students my age were about their first week at Chandler High. So we interviewed some […]

CHS Club Fair

August 9, 2018 3:06pm | Selena Haggerty

It’s almost that time of year again, when Chandler High hosts their annual club fair. For many of us, this is also a time of hectic confusion and indecisiveness , and I’m here to tell you that it shouldn’t be. There are over 80 clubs […]

Pedro Gomez’s ‘Baboon’ Auto Correct Fail Goes Viral

August 6, 2018 11:23pm | Sam Gerard

July 31st. The Arizona Diamondbacks vs the Texas Rangers at Chase Field, Phoenix, Arizona. Top of the sixth inning. Full count on batter three balls, two strikes. Outside, a massive monsoon is blowing. Lightning is flashing, rain pouring and thunder clapping. Suddenly, half the lights […]

Newspaper Seniors Say Goodbye

May 17, 2018 3:07pm | Newspaper Seniors

Maddie Ten Haken- Editor In-Chief When I checked off joining newspaper as a frightened little 8th grader preparing to begin high school way back when, I had no idea I was making probably the best choice in my school career thus far. Over the past […]