Emily Wang

Stories from Emily Wang

Thursday, October 27th, 2016

The contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump has been called everything from clown circus

Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

“They’ve invested in all this new technology,” says Waverly Chin, a freshman, “and suddenly they’re like, ‘No wait! Stop! You can’t use it, not today.’”

“Today,” of course, was March 18. Eye-opening social experiment, bad timing, minor inconvenience, major impediment to your ability to function. Call it what you want, but you couldn’t have missed it.

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

At 375 days before election day, I did feel a little silly asking people to go on record making predictions about its outcome. But they say history repeats itself, so I interviewed 12 teachers from CHS’ social studies and business departments. My question: at this point (Oct. 29-30), who would you predict to win the Republican nomination? Below are their (paraphrased) responses.

Thursday, December 18th, 2014

 

Friday, October 3rd, 2014
Alec Tonno, a CHS senior, has been playing violin for nine years. In addition to being first-chair violinist in Chamber Orchestra, he is a member of the 2014 New Jersey All-State Orchestra and has been a member of the New Jersey Youth Symphony since 8th grade, traveling to Salzburg, Vienna, and Prague. Favorite classes include math, science, and French.

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