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  • Dual Enrollment

    Dual Enrollment

    Ari Zaglaniczny, Sport's Editor

    January 18, 2017

    Monday, January 9th, 2017, marked the start of the second semester for Macomb Community College. Not only for the college students, but also for some Chippewa students as well.  Dual enrollment is a program offered by Chippewa Valley High School that allows students to be enrolled in both high school and college clas... READ MORE »»

  • CVHS Medical Academy

    CVHS Medical Academy

    Kendra Babbitt, Copy Editor

    January 18, 2017

    Have you ever considered working in the medical field? Whether you want to be a surgeon or even a chiropractor, medical careers can aid you in your journey to find your perfect job and give you a jump start on what you need to know.  Medical Careers is a two-year program that goes hand-in-hand with ... READ MORE »»

  • You Have No “Clue” What Drama Club is Up To

    You Have No “Clue” What Drama Club is Up To

    January 13, 2017

    After reinstating spring plays just last year, the CVHS Drama Club is back and better than ever. This March, the theater junkies are putting a spin on your favorite board game, Clue! Recently, Chippewa Valley Theater has reestablished the use of student directors. This year that position has is b... READ MORE »»

  • Stand Up, Speak Out and Stop Bullying

    Stand Up, Speak Out and Stop Bullying

    Jay Callahan, Staff Writer

    January 13, 2017

    Let’s just face reality: no matter the circumstance, everyone at some point in life has not been themselves and acted out upon it in a negative and degrading way. Think back or reflect in the now and center your thoughts on the question, “What good comes out of bad?” The answer should be nothing.... READ MORE »»

  • Progress being made in Flint Water Crisis, but still a ways to go

    Progress being made in Flint Water Crisis, but still a ways to go

    Anthony Cardamone, Editor-In-Chief

    December 9, 2016

    In January, we wrote about the Flint Water Crisis, a water contamination issue in Flint, Michigan. "Instead of paying the city of Detroit for their water, they [City of Flint] decided to use water from the Flint River. Since the Flint pipelines hadn’t been in use for many years, they weren’t as... READ MORE »»

    Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., second from left, accompanied by, from left, Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., and Sen. Gary Peters, D-Mich., discusses proposed legislation to help Flint, Mich. with their current water crisis, Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016, during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

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Alex Angelo: Perhaps the Youngest DJ Ever

Alex Angelo: Perhaps the Youngest DJ Ever

Victoria Pettey, Editor in Chief

What were you doing in second grade? Most of us were coloring outside of the lines and sipping juice boxes on the playground with our classmates. Although, that wasn't entirely the case for Alex Angelo. Instead, he was p...  Read More »

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You Have No “Clue” What Drama Club is Up To

You Have No “Clue” What Drama Club is Up To

After reinstating spring plays just last year, the CVHS Drama Club is back and better than ever. This March, the theater junkies are putting a spin on your favorite board game, Clue! Recently, Chippewa Valley Theater ...  Read More »

Jan 13 • No Comments

Stand Up, Speak Out and Stop Bullying

Stand Up, Speak Out and Stop Bullying

Jay Callahan, Staff Writer

Let’s just face reality: no matter the circumstance, everyone at some point in life has not been themselves and acted out upon it in a negative and degrading way. Think back or reflect in the now and center your thoughts...  Read More »

Jan 13 • No Comments

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The Impact of the DAPL

The Impact of the DAPL

Kimberly Schulte, Staff Writer

Tears of joy broke out across the protest camp in Cannon Ball, North Dakota after the Secretary of the Army Corps of Engineers had denied the permit for the Dakota Access pipeline project (DAPL). The Standing Rock Sioux...  Read More »

Jan 4 • No Comments

  • Focus on Youth Gives Students Opportunity to Meet With Community Leaders December 21, 2016
  • Detroit Public Schools: What Went Wrong? December 9, 2016
  • APUSH Goes To Washington November 30, 2016
  • Presidential Predictions 2016 November 4, 2016

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Cheers to Another Snow Day!

Cheers to Another Snow Day!

Kylie Kuskowski, Staff Writer

It's the most wonderful time of the year- winter! Thanks to the possibility of schools closing down for even one day, students love it! Snow days have different meanings for different ages. As a kid, you're...  Read More »

Jan 20 • No Comments

Michigan DECA

Michigan DECA

January 20, 2017

The Experience Behind Solo & Ensemble

January 19, 2017

College Bound

January 18, 2017

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The student news site of Chippewa Valley High School
The student news site of Chippewa Valley High School