By word of mouth and social media, the news of a nationwide boycott spread. The boycott calls for all undocumented residents, citizens and immigrants from all over the U.S. to put their lives on hold. According to a report by NPR, businesses and restaurants across the
The world is transitioning into an era of quick, easily consumable media and news. As glowing text drifts across the screens of thousands of computers, smart phones, tablets and other devices; the world’s media network breathes with the life of a million stories. Though through
Winter season has rolled into Columbus, and with a new superintendent comes a new outlook on predicted delays and closures. Mixed views on this new outlook has caused confusion when it comes to delays because of winter weather.
“Change in practice… I wasn’t here before, so
Marching Band has been given an opportunity to play in the inaugural parade on Jan.20. After his running mate’s victory in the primaries, Vice President-elect Mike Pence reached out to North to offer them a place in the parade.
Junior Rachel Ciadella is one of the
CNHS is responsible for building over 40 houses in Columbus. The students of the C4 construction class learn all the skills necessary in class to eventually build a house, all of which are now owned by residents of Columbus. The program C4 allows students to study
1. Thrift Books
ThriftBooks is a website that sells books for a cheap price. They also sell textbooks and have free shipping as well as regular deals. Their selections range from children stories to college textbooks.
Jot is a Google Chrome extension that allows you to