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Artist Eglė Plytnikaitė creates this work to bring awareness to the war in Ukraine.

Cherokee’s New Ukrainian Club—Because Caring Is More Than A Trend

Akriti Thavanai, Staff Writer June 14, 2023

Upon the inception of the war between Ukraine and Russia in February of 2022, overwhelming support for Ukraine swept through social media, as well as through commercial advertisements and news channels....

Grace Gorsline is welcomed into the Honors Society!

World Language Honor Society Inductions

Gracie Gorsline, Staff Writer June 7, 2023

¡Hola! Bonjour! Chiao! Hallo! On Thursday, March 9, several students at Cherokee High School were inducted into the World Language Honor Society. Here at Cherokee, six language classes are offered: Spanish,...

Cherokees Art Major class poses outside of the Barnes Museum.

Cherokee’s Annual Art Major Field Trip Gives Students a Glimpse into Art History

Lily Barber, School News Editor June 5, 2023

On April 20, Mrs. Guittar’s Art Major class went on a field trip to the Barnes Museum in Philadelphia and saw hundreds of historic paintings that shaped art as we know it today.  Art Major is a class...

The 2022 Cherokee Marching Band celebrates winning first place at their State Competition.

Cherokee Marching Band is Forging Ahead for the 2023 Season

Stacey Gruber, Staff Writer June 1, 2023

On Monday, May 22 at 7 p.m., students and parents gathered in the Cherokee band room for the show reveal and kickoff, an event that marks the official beginning of marching band season. Potential new members...

Inside the location where this years cotillion was held!

Was the Sophomore Cotillion an Upgrade or Downgrade from Last Year?

Lila Zink, Staff Writer March 22, 2023

January, a normally bland month, was filled with excitement this year. The Cherokee Sophomore Cotillion was scheduled to be held on Feb. 16, and many students began planning for it at the start of the...

A heart shape created by sheet music to celebrate Valentines Day!

Singing Valentines 2023: Another Year of Spreading Love and Appreciation

Jason Buczko, Editor March 22, 2023

On Tuesday, Feb. 14, the Cherokee Choir program held its annual Valentine’s day fundraiser. A tradition that has lasted well over 20 years, this year’s Singing Valentine event caused much excitement,...

The Senior Citizens have a blast at the Valentines Day Dance!

Senior Citizen Valentine’s Dance

Evan Scarpulla, Staff Writer March 14, 2023

Students Council recently hosted its annual Senior Citizen's Valentine's Dance on Sunday, Feb. 12. Due to COVID-19 and the seniors' weakened immune systems, this was the first time in three years that...

Spoons winner Paige Jackson shortly after stealing Anton Smolyanyys spoon during week 1.

This Week in Spoons: Volume 5- The Winner Takes It All!

Lily Barber, Editor February 23, 2023

This year’s senior class’s game of Spoons has come to an end! With a winner shining through after five rounds of hard gameplay, let’s review what occurred in the last week of Cherokee High School’s...

A sign letting students know that that classroom is spoons free.

This Week in Spoons: Vol. 4 – Who Will Be The Last Spoon Standing?

Lily Barber, Editor February 10, 2023

The end of this year's game of Spoons is fast approaching! Week four has been a race to the end that included the implementation of new rules, many players’ Spoons careers coming to an end, and an increased...

Sara Barbagiovannis spoon.

This Week in Spoons: Volume 3 – A Twin Swap, Mr. Cherokee Eliminations, and Rule Controversies

Lily Barber, Editor January 31, 2023

Three weeks of the class of 2023’s game of Spoons have gone by, and there is still no end in sight. With surprises at every turn, it’s time to recap what has transpired in the last week, from rule...

Student Council Red Cross Blood Drive

Student Council Red Cross Blood Drive

Celeste Yeany, Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2023

Continuing with their longstanding tradition, Cherokee’s Student Council held its annual blood drive on December 7, 2022. Each day 38,000 people need a blood transfusion. Despite this, only 3% of eligible...

A classroom reminding its student that it is a spoon free classroom for the remainder of the game.

This Week in Spoons: Volume Two

Lily Barber, Editor January 23, 2023

Despite the fact that the week of January 16 was shorter than most, the second week of the senior's game of Spoons was extremely eventful and brought new challenges for the Class of 2023.  Due to the...

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