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Brands Must Diversify in Order to Remain Relevant in the Market

Aubree Trask, Reporter

February 28, 2018

From high-end makeup brands found at Sephora to drugstore brands like L’Oreal, there is a lack of diversification of makeup products, resulting in limited options for certain bodies of people. This problem concerns not only race, but all forms of identities as well. Many brands make products that are...

Watch Movies in Comfort of Home VS Enjoying a Movie in Theatres

Sean Castro, Luke Kendall, Reporters

February 28, 2018

Comfort of Your Own Home Everyone loves watching movies, but there is just one problem. Why go out when you can stay home and bring the theater to you? With online streaming, such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Crackle, you will never have to go out to watch a movie. Movie theaters have plenty of p...

Volunteering Has Lost Its Purpose

Charles Jiang, Reporter

February 28, 2018

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in the U.S., the majority of volunteers are people from ages 16-19, and the number of volunteers in that age category are still rising. Although more teenagers are volunteering, not all of them are necessarily volunteering for the “right reasons.” This means...

Dates Can Be a Bore; Friends Are More Fun on the Dance Floor

Kendall Chraplewski, Reporter

October 24, 2017

With the homecoming dance just around the corner, bundles of flowers, handfuls of balloons, and punny poster board proposals are an everyday sight here at CHS. To an onlooker of these homecoming festivities who may not have a date to the dance: do not start the self-pitying just yet. Although it may...

The Yamane Report

Chaska Yamane, Head Opinions Editor

February 16, 2016

As we get closer to the end of the school year, it is important to start focusing on what is really important. That is right. Graduation night, or “grad night” as some may call it, is the best night of a high school student’s life! This marvelous night is a party held at the end of the school year...

The Yamane Report

Chaska Yamane, Head Opinions Editor

January 5, 2016

After meticulous consideration and searching, senior Diana Chao was elected by ASB for the Sleepless-Stress Award. This prestigious honor affords Chao the right to say that she is tired or stressed out without anyone questioning the validity of this claim or attempting to refute her stress with their...

The Yamane Report

Chaska Yamane, Head Opinions Editor

October 20, 2015

This year, CHS will institute two new policies whereby students may buy their grades and extracurricular activities. Citing severe budget constraints, the school claims that it “simply does not have the funding to continue to educate CHS students.” Accordingly, the school has, after careful consideration,...

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