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Walking Alone

Walking Alone

Many Students go Through School Without Parental Support
Christina Tran, Managing Editor
October 4, 2017

Parents can play the most important roles in someone’s life. They guide and shape their children into the person they have the potential to be. They give unconditional love and support, and that can...

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We Witch You a Happy Halloween

We Witch You a Happy Halloween

Copper Hills Student Traditions and Where Halloween Came From
Mandy McAnally, Layout & Design Editor, Social Media Manager
October 4, 2017

There is a sharp knock at the door, Trick or Treat! Halloween is rolling around again with people decorating almost every single inch of their homes with fake cobwebs, spiders, and witches. Why do we do...

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Overcrowded parking lot, without an empty spot in sight.

Panic! At The Parking Lot

Mandy McAnally, Layout & Design Editor, Social Media Manager
October 4, 2017

There is sweat dripping down your brow and a pressure pushing down on your chest. You left ten minutes late, and now you are trying to suppress a panic attack. Approaching the back of the parking lot with...

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The witches at Gardiner Village.

Not Every Witch Lives in Salem

Hala Louviere, News Editor
October 4, 2017

October might just be the best time of year: the weather is just right, leaves are satisfyingly crunchy, and sweaters are everywhere. Unfortunately, some of the most exciting summer pastimes aren’t anymore....

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To AP or to CE, That is the Question

To AP or to CE, That is the Question

Hala Louviere, News Editor
October 4, 2017

One of the greatest fears of high school students everywhere: paying for college. Last year, the average public college cost $9,650 a year (College Board), a wild amount of money that students have to...

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A Different Type of Traffic Jam

Defining the Problems with Hallway Rush Hour
Christina Tran, Managing Editor
October 4, 2017

There are many frustrating things about high school; the homework, teachers, dress code, just to name a few. One thing that many people can’t get passed at Copper Hills are the hallways. Trying to get...

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Feminism vs. Cosplay

Feminism vs. Cosplay

All Fun or More Discrimination?
Kate Oldroyd, Staff Writer
August 26, 2017

In September, there comes school, the hints of Halloween, and the start of a new season. What the average human being doesn’t remember is the arrival of every geek’s beloved event, Comic Con. Panels...

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Stuck in Hibernation

Stuck in Hibernation

Autumn Lucas, Co-Editor in Chief
August 26, 2017

Sleep can sometimes run faster than the sheep can be counted. Whether it’s the violent tossing and turning or just curling up with the light from a cellphone screen illuminating the bedroom, there are...

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Nostalgia Cafe

Nostalgia Cafe

Home Away from Home
Chasity Mayo, Co-Editor in Chief
August 26, 2017

  The old brick of the building is inviting and alluring. Dim lights flicker overhead, casting shadows in all the right places, making the faces of those sitting appear soft and loving. Keyboards...

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My Biggest Summer Regret

My Biggest Summer Regret

Cassey Ivie, Business Manager & Web Developer
August 26, 2017

Breaking News: Despite their ambitious promises, students end up slacking during summer break, and struggle returning to school because of it. Well, maybe not breaking news because we see it happen summer...

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Close to Home

Close to Home

Sexual Assault Awareness is the First Step to Change
Chasity Mayo, Co-Editor in Chief
August 26, 2017

A 15-year-old girl never thought she would be too scared to walk down the street alone. She had previously loved running under the street lights, the rain on the sidewalk playing a soft melody to her ears....

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Learning to Swim

How to Keep from Drowning in the Woes of High School
Mandy McAnally, Layout & Design Editor, Social Media Manager
August 26, 2017

  High school is like swimming lessons. Middle school was where the instructor watched you closely and, at times, held your hand. But ladies and gentleman, sophomore year is where the instructor...

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