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  • Rise up, Be heard

    Rise up, Be heard

    Amanda Figueroa, Copy editor

    March 14, 2018

    March 17, one month following the most prominent mass shootings to happen in 2018, Charter Oak High School held a moment of remembrance during a 17-minute break. In the event, Associated Student Body created a monument of remembrance: a large transparent centerpiece, with 17 white balloons inside. In...

    The ASB centerpiece reads: PARKLAND FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS. Sela Pastrana created a memorial of the fifteen students and two adults who were killed. She included the names and plans each had. Photograph by Amanda Figueroa

  • Bye Bye Birdie, against all odds

    Bye Bye Birdie, against all odds

    Clarisse Guevarra, Video/podcast editor

    March 7, 2018

    The Charter Oak drama department has done it again. They recently finished off another wonderful production, receiving praise from many who vow to come watch more productions in the future. However, there is one glaring difference in this year’s production. While the department has done wonderfully...

    Conrad Birdie is surrounded by his screaming fans. Photograph by Sara Barron

  • Sadies ‘18

    Sadies ‘18

    Jaylee Cortes, Managing Editor

    February 26, 2018

    The only school dance of the year where social traditions are reversed and girls ask boys to the accompany them. The name “Sadie Hawkins” originated from a famous cartoon, later turned into the musical Lil Abner. In this comic, for a designated day the women chase bachelors around town, and if caught, the m...

    The decorations for the night

    Jaylee Cortes

  • Nine athletes pursue careers on National Signing Day

    Nine athletes pursue careers on National Signing Day

    Stephanie Wang, Editor in chief

    February 16, 2018

    The future may be unknown for many CO seniors this year, but it certainly was not for the nine student athletes who signed their letters of intent on National Signing Day on Wednesday, Feb. 7. Football players Nathen Aceves, Michael Anyanwu, Jermaine Braddock, Louis Farrar, Isaiah Hamilton and Mario Mo...

    Nine CO athletes signed in public their intent to play football or softball at colleges in three states. Photograph by Stephanie Wang

  • Happy Valentine’s Day

    Happy Valentine’s Day

    February 13, 2018

    To: Señora Bernal            From: Sra. Rodriguez 💖¡Feliz dia de la Amistad!   To: Maria                             From: Sra. Rodriguez 💜Thank you for all you do!   To: Cindi                               From: Sra. Rodriguez...

    Designed by Andrew Barron

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