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Sunday, November 24th, 2019

 

Mr. Keller recently joined the staff at Chatham High School this year as the new orchestra teacher. Aside from teaching Regular Orchestra, he also teaches Chamber Orchestra, elective music classes at the high school, and Orchestra for Lafayette students. He studied at Ohio Wesleyan University and recorded a song with Twenty-One Pilots when they needed a bassist.

Sunday, November 24th, 2019

 

I offer a disclaimer to begin this article. I am not an expert on vaping, nor do I claim to be. I am not writing this article to shame anyone on the decisions they make, and I am not writing this article to provide solutions to a very complicated problem, though I will propose one solution that I can not prove the effectiveness of. I am writing this article from the perspective of a student who has lived in Chatham his whole life, as well as someone who has grown up watching the anti-drug campaigns of our generation.

Sunday, November 24th, 2019

 

The first of November: The Halloween decorations get sent back to the attic, the pumpkins are chucked in the garbage, and jumbo-size bags of candy lay in the discount aisle at half price. Within minutes it seems, everything is replaced by Santa hats, snowflakes, and Christmas songs playing at every department store. Forget about Thanksgiving; the end of October seems to signal a deep hidden urge as the steady background chant of Christmas, Christmas, Christmas is heard.

Sunday, November 24th, 2019

 

Freshman Riley Allen is currently recovering from an ACL tear that prevented her from participating in the 2019-2020 Basketball season. Riley has been playing basketball since she was just six years old and has put time and dedication into this sport over the past nine years. Whether it’s been shooting baskets in her driveway or watching hours of professional games, Riley has never stopped working hard and figuring out ways to improve her game.

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

 

1st: Grace Petersen

 

Sunday, November 24th, 2019

 

Stress is inevitable in high school. The college hype is crazy. I’ve even witnessed freshman worrying about getting a B on their English quiz because it “won’t get them into college!” I know so many people who are incredibly envious of those who commit to college for a sport. I will admit, even I used to get a little frustrated when I heard that people in my grade began committing! However, is the process as lax as people think it is? What
really happens when students commit to colleges? I sat down with Sophie Straka, a junior who recently committed to Yale, to find out.

Sunday, November 24th, 2019

 

Here we are with the second installment of Ask Broseph! For those who don’t know, the Chronicle has reached out to advice-giving extraordinaire Broseph McDude Mann, a senior with plenty of experience dealing with the daily problems of high school. Here are some answers to questions submitted for this issue!

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