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Cherokees Concert Choir and Girls Ensemble performed at the Atlantic City Convention Center

Cherokee’s Concert Choir and Girls Ensemble Sing at the Atlantic City Convention Center

Jason Buczko, Columns Editor June 10, 2022

After months of hard work and preparation, Cherokee’s Concert Choir and Girls Ensemble had the opportunity to perform at the New Jersey Music Educators Association (NJMEA) State Conference in Atlantic...

Sophomores Lily Barber (L) and Nick DAntonio (R) have a great time at Cotillion!

The Class of 2024’s Night on The Red Carpet

Lily Barber and Nick D'Antonio June 10, 2022

On April 29, 2022, the class of 2024 gathered in the North cafeteria for its sophomore cotillion. For quite a lot of people, this was their first experience with a Cherokee school dance. Although students...

Cherokee seniors recently visited Disney on their senior trip.

Class of 2022 Visits The Happiest Place on Earth

Renisha Parikh, Editor-in-Chief May 13, 2022

After two years of the pandemic stripping away senior activities, the class of 2022 was finally able to visit Disney. Many seniors, however, decided not to go due to COVID-19. Because of this, the number...

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World-Famous VOCES8 Sings with Concert Choir

Jessica John, Opinion Editor March 10, 2022

“I was shocked,” said Sophia Beatty, recollecting the moment when Mrs. Snodgrass, the choir director, told the Concert Choir that she had arranged a vocal workshop with VOCES8. “They were an incredible...

Two people wearing formal clothing and face masks.

Class of 2022 Hosts Mask-erade

Jessica John, Staff Writer June 8, 2021

Many juniors like Nicole Lam were “disappointed that Cotillion was canceled” their sophomore year due to the Coronavirus.  To make up for the loss, the Class of 2022 will be hosting the first-ever...

Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage month at Cherokee

Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage month at Cherokee

Maya Zarcone, Editor June 7, 2021

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month. This month, we remember and celebrate the accomplishments of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. It is celebrated during the month of May...

Covid Vaccine Rollout

Covid Vaccine Rollout

Maya Zarcone, Editor April 22, 2021

After a challenging year dealing with the COVID-19 Pandemic, people are beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel. Multiple vaccines have been developed and millions of Americans have been vaccinated. As...

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Storm Robotics Goes Virtual

Maya Zarcone, Editor April 19, 2021

Throughout the COVID pandemic, many activities and clubs have been forced to go virtual or shut down. Storm Robotics is no exception. This year, the joint Lenape and Cherokee Robotics team completed virtual...

Cherokee Foundation for Education: Helping Students Succeed

Cherokee Foundation for Education: Helping Students Succeed

Grace Norris, Editor April 16, 2021

The members of the Cherokee Foundation for Education are the background heroes here at Cherokee High School. In February 2010, the educational non-profit 501 (c)(3) was formed. Its goal is to bridge the...

From Chromebook to Cherokee: Cohorts Are Combined

From Chromebook to Cherokee: Cohorts Are Combined

Katherine Nikolau, Editor-In-Chief April 15, 2021

A long-awaited change has finally occurred at Cherokee High School: the combining of the two hybrid cohorts. Cohorts A and B, previously rotating (with the exception of fully-remote Cohort C), have now...

Big Future Days: The Program Making College Planning Easier

Big Future Days: The Program Making College Planning Easier

Jason Buczko, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

For high school students, the idea of planning for college can be daunting. Before teens can even vote, they must choose a college, choose a major, figure out their future careers, and pay and apply for...

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