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The Write Club

Lizzi Ayers, Reporter
May 31, 2017
Filed under FEATURE

Of all the clubs at City High, Mrs. Borger-Germann’s Friday writing club may be the least-populated. At the last meeting of the 2016-2017 school year, only five students attended. However, that doesn’t keep the members from having a great time. Olivia Zahner ‘18 and Theo Prineas ‘18 started the club in 2...

Dancing the Line

Dancing the Line

Maya Durham, Executive Editor
May 26, 2017
Filed under FEATURE, Showcase

Somewhere in the world right now, there is a girl watching a Beyoncé video and dreaming of being a backup dancer. She twirls and shimmies, imitating the moves as her body responds to the beat of the music. She may never take lessons; she may never enroll at a dance studio. But the Dream Divas would want ...

Fashion Editorial: Flower Child

Fashion Editorial: Flower Child

Danielle Tang, Copy Editor
May 16, 2017
Filed under FEATURE, Showcase

 

Former Little Hawk Creates Brand to Uplift Youth

Former Little Hawk Creates Brand to Uplift Youth

Addy Smith, Reporter
May 15, 2017
Filed under City High, FEATURE, Showcase

Sights of a distinctive symbol pervade the hallways of City High. Long sleeve hoodies and crewnecks flaunting a unique red logo have now become common sights at the School that Leads. Jasper Washington, a 2012 City High graduate, can be credited for this logo surge. He started an apparel line, One...

Spring Breakfast

Spring Breakfast

Hannah Boer
April 28, 2017
Filed under FEATURE, Multimedia, Showcase, VIDEO, VIDEO

Sunny days and warmer weather call for light and simple breakfast recipes. These four tasty recipes can be made with ingredients already in your kitchen and are perfect to enjoy on a spring morning.   BANANA TOAST INGREDIENTS 2 slices of whole grain toast ½ cup peanut butter ½ cup greek yogurt 1 ban...

Dangers of The Dark Web

Dangers of The Dark Web

Maya Chadwick, Reporter
April 26, 2017
Filed under FEATURE

As the internet continues to evolve, so does anonymity. As more and more daily interactions move online, worry grows about how closely monitored social media and the web are. “It’s pretty scary that everything you do on the Internet can be traced back to you,” said City High student Max*. “People...

Madelyn Reschly-Krasowski: Casual Pastry Chef

Madelyn Reschly-Krasowski: Casual Pastry Chef

Mariam Keita, Reporter
March 31, 2017
Filed under City High, FEATURE, Multimedia

“I really like cakes because you can decorate them,” Reschly-Krasowski said. “You get to make something and then make it look good."

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Brazilian Brigadeiros

Brazilian Brigadeiros

Victor Kalil, Reporter
March 31, 2017
Filed under FEATURE

Although this iconic Brazilian dessert caught fire during the 1940’s when a brigadier-a kind of military admiral-was running for president in Brazil, brigadeiros have continued to remain common in Brazilian households to this day. This simple sweet is commonly cooked for birthdays-often served...

Q&A with Japanese Exchange Program Participants

Q&A with Japanese Exchange Program Participants

Reese Hill
March 30, 2017
Filed under FEATURE, Q&A

  Would you believe there aren’t any frozen yogurt shops in Japan?  And vaseline is extremely expensive there?  Two students, Nina Lavezzo-Stecopolous ‘20 and Daphne Knoop ‘20, recently participated in the Japanese foreign-exchange program here at City High and discovered this and m...

Styling Your Way to Prom

Styling Your Way to Prom

Mina Takahashi, Reporter
March 29, 2017
Filed under FEATURE, Multimedia, VIDEO

Rock N Roll Sushi

Rock N Roll Sushi

Nova Meurice and Zoë Butler
March 24, 2017
Filed under FEATURE, FOOD

Sushi has somewhat of a mystique about it. Shrouded in seaweed, rice and various vegetables, neatly plated in a neat little roll, it exudes an air of secrecy. How could a mere mortal possibly a roll so clean, complete, and almost holy? It turns out that it’s not as difficult nor expensive as res...

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