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CHS Educators and Black History Month

History, as most know, is an incredibly important subject. That is why it is a requirement in most, if not all schools. Black history, however, is a fundamental part of history. Rooted in racism and discrimination, it is most often neglected in educational systems, or only certain parts of it are ever spoken about. There […]

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BHM Op-Ed: Nat ‘King’ Cole

Nathaniel Adams Cole (Nat ‘King’ Cole), is an important figure in America throughout the “swing” era, he is known for his talent in vocalizing and piano playing. Nat ‘King’ Cole’s prominence in the world has proven to be influential and inspiring for many people during and after his life. Nat ‘King’ Cole was born on […]

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Camas: A History

Camas has certainly changed over the years, but as the city grows and evolves, it will always have a “rich history, and not preserving it would be ridiculous, because it’s forgetting the past, and only bad things happen when you forget the past,” explains Sophomore Liam Martin. Over time, Camas has developed a strong sense […]

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Getting to Know: Cameron Long

Cameron Long teaches AP Human Geography and US History here at Camas High School. Students enjoy his classes with their fun environments. He answered a few interesting questions for the series, “Get to Know You.” C: What has been your weirdest experience while teaching? L: “There are too many answers to that. Um…I mean I […]

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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 Not to mention the fact that many of them are outdated.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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A Brief History of Homecoming

Homecoming has its traditions that stretch from coast to coast, including a parade, spirit week, a dance, even welcoming back former and current members of high school, and above all, the big game. The well-known football game between two rival schools is a classic homecoming tradition, in fact, it was the very first tradition. The […]

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Remembering The Legend Of Rap

“Reality is wrong. Dreams are for real.” -Tupac Shakur     2Pac. When people hear that name they think may things; a thug, rebel, revolutionary, big mouthed, savage, warmhearted etc. Some see him as a rapper, an actor, an activist, but people often forget that he is all of those things, he is Tupac Shakur […]

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day is not Veteran’s Day. Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service of the United States of America. But now, too many people “celebrate” the day without more than a casual thought to the purpose and meaning of the day. How do we […]