• November 28The 3rd marking period for students with 4X4 classes will end on Wednesday, Dec. 14.
  • November 22Jostens will hold assemblies for juniors and seniors on Tuesday, Nov. 29.
  • November 14Good luck to all winter athletes as they enter their seasons.
  • November 10United Way will hold the annual Blood Drive in the gym on Wednesday, Nov. 30, from 8 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
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ESPORTS RAPIDLY GAINS momentum and is growing in numbers across the country. Now,  universities and colleges offer scholarships for their Esports teams and there are also viable career paths in the industry.
E-Sports comes to CHS, growing extracurricular activity across the country
Olivia Peterson, Sports Editors • November 22, 2022
JUNIOR REX LEMON nourishes his body after giving a pint of blood to American Red Cross. The blood given by CHS students will help those who need it in the community.
Key Club saves lives, annual blood drive event
Samantha Radford, Opinion Editor • November 14, 2022
SENIOR GOVERNMNET STUDENTS voted and volunteered at the Great Neck Recreation Center, which is located right next to the school. The location proved helpful for the students could encourage neighbors and peers as they went to vote.
Senior government students volunteer at election polls, get involved
Amelia Keck, Editor-in -Chief • November 10, 2022
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SENIOR LAUREN MARKS assembles trendy jewelry for her small business MadeByLaurennn in her office at home. She has spent hours in this creative space to construct new ideas for her business.
Small town passion turns into small business, MadeByLaurennn
Elyse Unger, Editor-In-Chief • November 28, 2022
CHS COFFEE SHOP announces newest seasonal coffee flavor. Their peppermint mocha is an iced version of a classic holiday taste.
Coffee shop offers rotating flavors, seasonal twists
Amelia Keck, Editor-in-Chief • November 22, 2022
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NAHS STUDENTS CREATED the Shaka bras back side which was made from quilted paper, a hula skirt, and a plastic lay. The bra is currently on display at Lynnhaven Mall, but later in the month it will be put into the showcase by Mrs. Van Veenhuyzen.
AP Art students enter the Bra Ha Ha event
Quinaja Harrington, Arts & Entertainment Editor • October 31, 2022
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SENIOR LARRY ELFELT takes pride in holding the 2022 region championship trophy for boys cross country. His many years of training prepared him to be a titleholder his senior year.
Humans Of Cox: November 2022 Edition 4.0
Olivia Harriman, Student Life Editor • November 28, 2022
As a tribute to the social media blog "Humans of NY", the Falcon Press staff decided to create a spin-off entitled, "Humans of Cox". Staff members will roam the hall each month and find a human with an inspirational bit of advice, unusual story to tell, or who simply wants to chat about life.
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ROSALINE OFFERS A new perspective on Shakespeares classic play, Romeo and Juliet. This time the story was told from Rosalines point of view.
"Rosaline" breathes new life into an old tale
Destiny Bruce, Opinion Editor • November 14, 2022
BOBOS FINE CHICKEN provides southern-style lunch and dinner type food for locals and tourists alike. The restaurant has a truck that sits outside along side the building that says  The Colonel Is Dead Try Bobos Instead.
Bobo's Fine Chicken Restaurant, does Chick-fil-a have competition?
Liam Flanary, Student Life Editor • October 27, 2022
BAD GUYS, the movie version, hit theaters earlier this year. This movie, adapted from a novel, is a comedy about a group of con men who try to be good.
"Bad Guys" movie proven not so bad
Destiny Bruce, Opinion Editor • October 25, 2022
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