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What Are CHS Students Watching?

As the pandemic has progressed, many Camas High School students have found themselves consuming more media than usual. Being confined to their house, and classes being online, has provided the perfect excuse for binging and discovering new movies and TV shows.   CHS student Lily Walsh said, “I like WandaVision because I watch it with my family, […]

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Avengers: Endgame Review

Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) – a huge universe which is based on the Marvel comic books. The creator of comics was Stan Lee, an American book writer, producer, editor, and a dreamer. He had his own cameo in every single Marvel movie. He also was a producer and screenwriter of films. The main characters of […]

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Lyndsie Moon Recreates Cinderella’s Gown

Lyndsie Moon, a senior at Camas High School decided to take on a complicated creation, and recreate the beautiful gown from Disney’s live Cinderella movie. Before Lyndsie thought about this unique project, she wanted to do a volunteer group because she already had about 50 hours of volunteering at her old school. After the first […]

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What is New: Homecoming 2k18

Every year homecoming decides to roll around, however, there seems to be a different vibe for Hoco 2k18. It could be the introduction video with Senior,  Jimmy Peebles submerging himself with a full tux on in the Columbia River, cutting to a screen with bold letters that display the theme “Under the Sea” with Dream […]

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“Murder on the Orient Express” Movie Review

Ticket sales of the “”Murder on the Orient Express” bursted out at $28.2 million after its release a week ago, reaching third in ticket sales over its opening weekend. While the 1974 original raked in a grand total of $26.6 million ($132 million by today’s standards) domestically and received phenomenal scores from critics and moviegoers […]

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Happy Death Day: Horror or Humorous?

One of the many Halloween-themed movies that are released in October, Happy Death Day has risen to the be top of the box office. The movie’s budget was a measly 5 million dollars but pulled in more that 5 fold in profit on opening weekend (26 Million). Debuting on a very coincidental date, Friday the […]

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New Star Wars Trailer

Star Wars is an epic series that has captivated people’s attention since the first movie was released in 1977. After making the two sequels the movie-makers went back in a time to tell the story of Anakin Skywalker and a younger Obi-Wan Kenobi. Once that was finished in 2005 it seemed like Star Wars had been […]

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Beauty and the Beast Controversy

Beauty and the Beast is one of the most anticipated movies this month. Starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens, the live action remake of the 1991 cartoon is coming out later this month. Just weeks prior to the film’s release, however, the new movie hit a roadblock. Take a moment to think back to the […]