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Humans of CHS School What You Should Know

Kahoot! Kontroversy?

From worksheets to review games, teachers choose from many different methods in which to capture their students’ attention when reviewing. However, not all of these methods are created equal. Kahoot is one of those review games with widespread popularity at Camas High School. While most students agree that Kahoot is a fun and effective way […]

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Movies

“Black Panther” Movie Review

Black Panther, the newest addition to the Marvel cinematic universe, is the story of T’Challa and his rise to kingship after the death of his father in Captain America: Civil War.  The overall story of Black Panther was a coming of age story for T’Challa as he becomes king and has to come to terms […]

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Adventures in Downtown Camas Features

Adventures in Downtown Camas: Part Two

In downtown Camas there are restaurants and cafes that many people visit each day and always say they love. These businesses provide open, charming, and calm spaces that are great for talking with friends and family, reading a good book or getting some homework done. There are around 24 restaurants sprawled all over downtown Camas, […]

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A&E Movie Reviews

“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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A&E Movie Reviews

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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Music

Of Monsters and Men Review

Although the band “Of Monsters and Men” released their first album in 2012, it remains largely undiscovered by mainstream media. The band originated in Iceland and consists of six members. Its unique style includes having both a male and female vocalist and yet the two rarely use harmonies. The entire first album has a fantastical […]

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A&E Movie Reviews

Get Out: Review

Get Out, written and directed by Jordan Peele (yes, of Key & Peele) is a surreal horror comedy that follows Chris (Daniel Kaluuya), dating Rose (Allison Jones), and it begins with his reluctance, being black, to spend a weekend with her awkwardly white parents at their family estate. Chris meets her overly sociable father (Bradley […]

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A&E Movie Reviews

Cure for Wellness: Review

“A man cannot unsee the truth.” A Cure for Wellness, directed by Gore Verbinski (known for Pirates of the Caribbean) is a psychological thriller that follows Lockhart (Dane DeHaan), a young businessman who is sent to retrieve his company’s CEO from an idyllic yet mysterious “wellness center” far off in the Swiss Alps. Lodged there […]