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The Girls Freshman Field Hockey Team

The Freshman Field Hockey Team’s Season of Success

Bridget Trombetta, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

Cherokee sports quite frequently show lots of success, but some teams don't get the recognition or appreciation that they deserve. For this year’s Freshman Field Hockey Team, this is exactly what happened. Through...

Close-up picture of a COVID_19 vaccine

Is the COVID-19 Vaccine the New Passport?

Jason Buczko, Editor November 11, 2021

Within the past couple of months, the state governments of New York, California, and Washington have issued various Covid-19 vaccine requirements for a myriad of indoor activities. This decision comes...

The Trial of Derek Chauvin

The Trial of Derek Chauvin

Nicholas D'Antonio, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

In May of 2020, Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd by kneeling on his neck until he died. With millions watching this whether in person or through a screen, people started the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement...

A Day in the Life Under the Crown

A Day in the Life Under the Crown

Grace Danielewicz, Staff Writer May 6, 2021

The Royal Family has been in the news lately after Meghan Markle’s recent interview with Oprah Winfrey and Prince Phillip’s latest trip to the hospital.  In Meghan’s interview, she discusses what...

NIKKO, JAPAN - JUNE 03: Children wearing plastic face visors sit in class at Kinugawa Elementary School on June 3, 2020 in Nikko, Japan. Schools in Japan reopened this week after being forced to close earlier in the year by the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak. Safety measures have been implemented throughout the country, including social distancing in classrooms, use of hand sanitiser, face masks and, in some cases, plastic face visors for students and teachers. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Education During the Pandemic Around the World

Grace Norris, Staff Editor May 6, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone in different ways. People bunkering down at home, obsessive toilet paper buying, binge-watching TV shows, and much more. But what about students? Not just in...

Farmers Protest in India

Farmers Protest in India

Maya Zarcone, Editor April 26, 2021

After months of protesting in tent cities on the borders of New Delhi, the Farmers Protest in India escalated. On Jan. 26th, protesters on tractors broke through police barricades and stormed the Red Fort,...

Stephanie Micken: A Journey Into The World of Ballroom Dance

Stephanie Micken: A Journey Into The World of Ballroom Dance

Katherine Nikolau, Editor-in-Chief April 22, 2021

On one boring summer day years back, Stephanie Micken, now a Cherokee senior, saw a dancing video on YouTube that would change her life. The video was from America’s Got Talent, showcasing a young couple...

How Social Media and the Entertainment Industry Collided with the 2020 Election

How Social Media and the Entertainment Industry Collided with the 2020 Election

Celeste Yeany, Editor March 30, 2021

Both due to the hit of the COVID-19 pandemic and the exorbitant growth of social media and the entertainment industry since the 2016 election, these two industries played one of the biggest roles in this...

Jenna Dever at the San Antonio Convention Center for the FBLA Nationals.

From Marlton to Texas to China: How Jenna Dever Grew Through FBLA

Isabel Marshall  and Celeste Yeany March 26, 2021

Cherokee High School is not lacking in opportunities for its young scholars. Students who are interested in law, business, statistics, etc. can choose from countless clubs and activities in which to get...

How Covid Lockdowns Affected Mental Health

How Covid Lockdowns Affected Mental Health

Ryan Brown, Staff Writer March 15, 2021

The worldwide lockdowns have caused serious mental health issues for children, teens, and adults alike. Across the globe, the isolation caused by the lockdowns is most commonly creating new or worsened...

Alex Padilla: The New Latino Senator From California

Alex Padilla: The New Latino Senator From California

Jason Buczko, Staff Writer March 15, 2021

Former Senator Kamala Harris resigned from her U.S. Senate seat on Monday, January 18th to become the 49th Vice President of the United States. That means Alex Padilla, a Latin American man, will take...

From Democracy to Military to Genocide to Coup

From Democracy to Military to Genocide to Coup

Nicholas D'Antonio , Staff Writer March 4, 2021

The people of Myanmar have been through a lot since their independence from the British in 1948, with multiple government takeovers, genocides, arrests, and what’s happening now. The Burmese people are...

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