Partisan dispute stalls COVID-19 relief bill

Partisan dispute stalls COVID-19 relief bill

Alma Martinez, Staff Writer

May 1, 2020

In light of the recent outbreak of COVID-19, a virus that directly impacts the human airways and respiratory system, the House of Representatives plans to vote on a bill that would address many consequences of the pandemic. Unemployment benefits and free COVID-19 testing at the core of this bill also m...

Political Parties Argue Over Kavanaugh Controversy

Pictured above is Brett Kavanaugh in his 2018 hearing that discussed allegations against him.

Annabella Rivera, Staff Writer

September 23, 2019

Since 2018, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has been accused of three different cases of sexual misconduct. These allegations have not only caused conflict with the American people, but this has been a particularly notable subject between the Republican and Democratic parties, so much so that th...

Silicon Valley Versus Elizabeth Warren

Senator Elizabeth Warren has announced her intention to aggressively regulate large tech firms as part of her presidential platform.

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

March 18, 2019

2020 Presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren has recently found herself embroiled in conflict with some of the largest technology companies in the United States. Among the many proposals in her new platform, the Democratic candidate calls for the breakup of large tech companies, like Google, Amazon and...

Testing out a Career in Politics: Harvard Model Congress 2019

Students ate at the historic Faneuil Hall during their trip into the heart of Boston.

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

February 27, 2019

As they have done for more than 10 years, teachers Kathryn Landsea and Scott Nelson led a group of eager students on a trip to Boston to partake in Harvard Model Congress (HMC) from Feb. 20-24. As it is referred to by its participants, HMC is a simulation of the United States Congress and other institutions...

Very Nice: Vice

Vice is a comedic biopic from director Adam McKay.

Alexander Yagoda, Opinion Editor

January 14, 2019

Release Date: Dec. 25, 2018 Director: Adam McKay Starring: Christian Bale (Dick Cheney), Sam Rockwell (George W. Bush), Steve Carell (Donald Rumsfeld), Amy Adams (Lynne Cheney) Our Rating: A When it comes to explaining complicated things to people who don't understand them, Adam McKay, director of "Vice," m...

Remembering Senator John McCain

Senator John McCain stands in applause at a political event.

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

August 27, 2018

After a year-long battle with brain cancer, Senator John McCain died on Aug. 25, only a day after announcing that he would no longer receive treatment for his cancer. His body will lie in state at the rotunda of the United States Capitol, an area often referred to as the heart of the Congressional structure....

District 27 Debate: Tackling Issues Head On

The crowd settles down as the debate begins.

Jesse Zambrano, Staff Writer

May 20, 2018

Tuesday evening, May 15, the congressional candidates for District 27 gathered for the first debate before the primaries in August. The night featured candidates David Richardson, Michael Hepburn, Kirsten Rosen Gonzalez and Matt Haggman. Donna Shalala is also running for the seat, but was not able to...

Blue Wave Midterms: Will it Really Happen?


Alexander Yagoda, Staff Writer

May 12, 2018

Following the 2016 presidential election, President Trump's approval ratings were significantly below 50% and many people were extremely enthusiastic about the ability to toss out the current Republican Congress and vote in more Democrats for a majority. Over the past two years, this has been called...

Documentary Filmmaker Takes On Republican Congress

Jon Ossoff's Congressional campaign may lead to a Democratic upset in a historically Republican district.

Natalia Torres, Staff Writer

May 8, 2017

The past month in Georgia has seen the surprisingly strong run of documentary filmmaker Jon Ossoff for Georgia's 6th Congressional District in Congress.  In December 2016, President Trump named Tom Price, the former representative of this District as his pick for secretary of Health and Human Services,...

Recap: December 14 – 20

National Front Party loses in France, Mother Teresa to be a saint, US striking harder against ISIS, Congress budget approved and more in this week's recap.

Sophie Feinberg, Editor

December 20, 2015

International Affairs  National Front Party in France Is Dealt a Setback in Regional Elections "French voters dealt a sharp setback to the far-right National Front in regional elections on Sunday, depriving the party of victory in any of the country’s 13 regions, according to projections b...

Recap: April 13-19

Recap: April 11-19

Daniela Quijano, Editor

April 19, 2015

International Affairs ISIS Claims blast near U.S Consulate in Iraq "ISIS claimed responsibility for a suicide car bomb attack Friday near the U.S. Consulate in the Kurdish Iraqi city of Irbil". Four people were killed and eighteen were injured. Australian teens held after 'ISIS' inspired' plo...

Harvard Ready?

5 days full of snow, an amazing learning experience and of course Boston!!

Albany Muria, Staff Writer

March 4, 2014

Competition can get intense as you progress in your high school life, but what kind of high school experience would it be if there were no competition to push you to exceed your own potential? On February 19-23, CGHS students traveled all the way to the beautiful city of Boston to participate in the...

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