• Creativity Corner
  • Netflix Hidden Gems

    By: Alexa Hanan Netflix is something that we are all familiar with. It enables us to fill our weekends with joy-filled, mind numbing binge-watching sessions because of its array of TV show and movie selections. Most people are familiar with the blockbuster shows and movies, but it also has things that are less noticed, but […]

  • Art
  • Poem: “Vacation”

    By: Jon Maple Vacation It’s a beautiful world we live in, With so many sights to see From the watery depths of the ocean To hundred-year old giant trees But the best thing of all, And the coolest things to see Is the smiles of the people around me Seeing these sights and so many […]

  • Academics
  • A Second Ode to the Black Binder

    By: Morgan Murphy Well folks, today we mourn what we’ve lost. Today is a day to wear black, and remember the good times. For those who don’t remember the monumental time of December second and  third, twenty thousand and fourteen or those who did not attend the esteemed Covenant Christian High School at the time, here […]

  • CCHS
  • NBA Playoffs: First Round Predictions

    Eastern Conference Cavaliers vs. Pistons Game 1: Lebron goes for 50. Cavs win. 1-0 Game 2: Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love go partying the night before, stayed up all night, and fall asleep during halftime. They couldn’t wake up for the second half. Pistons win. 1-1 Game 3: Andre Drummond loses his shoes. Has to […]

  • CCHS
  • Way too Early Top Ten Thanksgiving Foods

    College basketball season is over, but it’s not too early to begin thinking about next year’s season. Inspired by ESPN’s Way-Too-Early Top 25 rankings, this is a ranking of the top ten Thanksgiving Day foods. These rankings are based on calculations of taste, adaptability, and cultural acceptance. Just as teams like Kentucky, Duke, and North […]

  • CCHS
  • How to Find the Right College

    Finding the right college is really difficult. This story is something that should be not be taken literally; it is meant as comical. The college search is on. Seniors and Juniors are starting to pick colleges. We all need a guide. Something to help us pick our perfect college. Here is a step-by-step guide that […]

  • Art
  • Have You Heard of NaNoWriMo? (pt.2)

    A determined Jill Owen sits in her home, steaming mug of hot chocolate thawing her cold hands as she hunches over a laptop. The document pulled up on the screen contains the words of a 10-year novelist, deep in the throes of NaNoWriMo (that is, National Novel Writing Month.) The challenge? To write a 50,000 […]

  • Art
  • Have You Heard of NaNoWriMo? (pt.1)

    November is upon us. For many high school students, that means leggings, (gasp!) sweaters (‘tis the season…), and pumpkin spice lattes (you know you love them). But for some ambitious students, November means hunkering down to write a 50,000-word novel. NaNoWriMo, short for National Novel Writing Month, is a nonprofit organization that encourages writing across […]

  • CCHS
  • Animated Artisan

    Inspired by the natural creativity of her mother, sophomore Sally Byers has been recognized for her exceptional artistic abilities. According to Byers, she was not particularly good in the beginning, but with time and practice from a young age, her skills developed immensely. She believes that, “drawing is one of those things where you are […]