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Do People Who Cut Hair Really Care?

While words like quarantine, social distancing, and face masks have become part of the daily vocabulary of many Americans, one classic staple has stay...
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How To Rack In That Dough While Maintaining a 4.0

Working as a teen is hard enough as it is while balancing school, friends, sports, and any extracurriculars we try to pack in before college admission...
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Masks at School: Will it Work?

Returning to school with HyFlex Learning brings upon students and faculty a great challenge: masks on, all day, everyday. In order to return to school...
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CB Cultural Clubs: The True Meaning Behind Diversity & Inclusion

It’s a Thursday afternoon. You’re sitting in class when the bell for all school lunch finally rings. It’s the infamous CB Club Day, and you can ...
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How 2020 Has Pushed Politics To The Forefront For CB Students

While in the past it might’ve been easier to stay away from political involvement, it’s become increasingly impossible to divest oneself from thes...
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Get To Know Our New Principal

Our new principal Ms. Annemarie Bacich has spent her whole career in education and is excited for her fresh start at CB. Fresh out of New York, Ms. Ba...
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Brides In Desperate Times

Whether it be a global pandemic, California wildfires or hurricanes in the south, 2020 has been nothing short of eventful for all of us. Everyone is c...
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“Show” Me The Radio: CB Theatre Goes On The Air

Illustration by Ella Geronimo (’21) Attention ladies and gents! The actors have left the stage — they’re now on the radio! Prepare y...
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Familiar Faces, Unknown Names: Nic Brushia

To state the obvious — it’s been a while since we’ve been on campus. I know I’m not the only one that misses all the familiar ...
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Freshman Year: A New Virtual Reality For First Time Falcons

Freshman year is a time for many firsts. It symbolizes the beginning of a long, stressful, exciting journey called high school. In this year many of u...