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So many books, so little time..

Everyone has their own taste in music, clothing style, and dancing, as well as in books. There are many different genres that can hook every single person. What books do students like in our school? We conducted a survey among the students which will help to find out it. Here is a list of what […]

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Unlocking the Secrets

Students everywhere are deciding against using lockers to store their school supplies in. They are consciously choosing to carry around pounds worth of textbooks and notebooks around all day. Students get a choice on whether or not they want a locker when they attend orientation before the school year starts. Mrs. Brandy Reed, the administrative […]

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Selecting English Books

English classes have involved reading novels and various other books for a long time. The current lineup of books features engaging and often socially relevant stories; this brings forth the question, how do these books get selected? As well as inviting curiosity into how students and teachers view their reading materials. At Camas High School, […]

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Textbooks at Camas High School

Carrying around textbooks in high school can be an absolute burden. They are heavy and big, and it is almost impossible to fit more than one of them in a backpack at a time. Not to mention the fact that many of them are outdated. Some of them ranging anywhere from 11 to 16 years […]

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Little Free Libraries Around Camas

Countless numbers of people enjoy reading, and these nonprofit little libraries are perfect for students, young children, and even adults. Several people don’t prefer having the idea of a library card because overdue books lead to pricey fines, and requires a lot of responsibility. Some people don’t have the wealth to buy the books they […]

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Books, Books, Books!

The upcoming winter break gives students more free time to sit down, pick up a book, and read. In order to help students crack open the best books, here are a few recommendations from CHS English teachers, as well as some outside-the-school resources: Lori Lackland, senior English teacher The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood: “Don’t watch the […]

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6 Books to Read This Summer

We Are the Ants – Shaun David Hutchinson We Are the Ants garnered critical acclaim upon its release. A story about a teenager with an extremely troubled life, the typical realistic fiction adds a touch of supernatural: ever since he was thirteen, Henry Denton has been routinely abducted by aliens. Now he has a choice […]

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Opinion: The Impact of Fiction

Fabrication. Invention. Make believe. No matter what we call it, fiction is an integral part of society. Everywhere in the world, stories help people learn morals and explore new lands – whether by books or by tales passed down through generations. These are more than just trivial means of passing the time. Stories have the […]