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  • Hometown Boy Displays Act of Heroism

    By Luke Roberts Heroes can be found anywhere, whether on a battlefield or just everyday life. They are, by definition, people that are admired for their courage, achievements, or noble qualities. We often hear great acts of heroism that may inspire or influence us, but sometimes we forget that we may be put in a […]

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  • Cell Phone Policy 2.0

    By Mitch Renbarger With the start of a new school year comes new rules and new policies. The new cell phone policy is the school’s most controversial policy, which prohibits students from not being able to have phones out during classes. Every student has their own opinion on the new policy, but it seems to […]

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  • Banning the Bible?

    By: Jack McNeil “Listen, my dear brothers and sisters: has not God chosen those who are poor in the eyes of the world to be rich in faith and to inherit the kingdom he promised those who love him?” (James 2:5). This verse has arguably brought together the Covenant class of 2017 like none other. […]

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  • A Behind the Scenes Look at Prom 2k17

    Nathan Hood- 9 December 2016 Prom is a significant season in any high schooler’s career. The fellas have to choose a girl to ask, plan a cute promposal (which is not a strength for most teenage boys), and face the ever present reality that they may have his heart ripped out by rejection. Then that […]

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  • Stacy Helps Another Lost Soul

    Dear Stacy, Okay. So here’s the thing: I don’t know how to make any food, like at all. My mom’s been telling me I should start to make my own lunch, but I don’t know how. I literally cannot make a sandwich without making a mess and dropping most of the ingredients on the floor. […]

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  • Election Night Recap

    By: Morgan Murphy Well, it’s been over two weeks since the election and nothing has seemed to improve the tensions between both parties. On election night, I live tweeted the entire ordeal to be as involved as I could with this election, because there’s nothing like an old-fashioned live tweet session about an election. The […]

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  • 2016 Warrior Tennis Season Recap

    Nathan Hood— 21 November, 2016 The time is 7:30. The place is the Ben Davis tennis courts. The event is the 2016 Sectional Finals. Senior Drew Shriner, after a long and grueling match against Ben Davis’s number 3 singles, emerges victorious from the fiery gauntlet of competition. His face expresses the purest mixture of excitement, […]

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  • Feast at the Tree

    By Erin Stanley “The holiday season is upon us, hmmm?”- Ross Geller. Yes, Ross Geller, it is the holiday season. Whether you like Friends or not, you have to admit that the holiday season is exciting for almost everyone. A group at Covenant seems to be getting into the holiday spirit with the upcoming Thanksgiving […]

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  • Are Clowns Really That Scary?

    By Erin Stanley Nowadays, costumes are not just meant for Halloween. In August, children from South Carolina reported that men dressed as terrifying clowns were attempting to lure them into woods. After this story was featured in credible news sources, such as the New York Times, social media has been taken over by many sightings […]

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  • Student Section

    By: Jack McNeil The student section is one of the best ways for CCHS students to get involved in sports without having to exert much physical activity besides yelling. The student section is usually in full force during football, basketball, and volleyball games. Covenant has had a very good student section that is very loud […]

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  • Movie Review

    By Nancy Zhang The Accountant is about a smart man named Christian Wolff with autism who becomes successful by conquering his weakness. He has trouble letting uncompleted tasks go, and, as a boy, he was afraid to fight back when others bullied him because of his disability. His father wanted him to be normal as […]