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NEWS

New Cancer Treatment

New Cancer Treatment

by Shane OǴrady

After multiple test subjects have gone through therapy in attempt to gain more knowledge about a cure for cancer, a cancer therapy has now been proven to ...  Read More »

CHS Musical to be The Little Mermaid

CHS Musical to be The Little Mermaid

by Waheeb Ahmed, Mirror Staff

The CHS Musical is coming up early next year. The musical, The Little Mermaid, will take place on February 4, 5 and 6 at the TIbbits Opera House. ...  Read More »

Focus Time Focuses on Improvement

Focus Time Focuses on Improvement

by Kiersten Knapp, Staff

Focus hour, a place to work on your homework, read a book, talk with friends and listen to music depending on the teacher, so basically a study hall for a...  Read More »

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Opinion

Poorly Enforced MHSAA Rules

Poorly Enforced MHSAA Rules

by Andrew Richar, Mirror Staff

The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) monitors all the public sports in the state of Michigan.  They are the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) of ...  Read More »

April 28, 2016

Talking politics?  Three people to avoid

Talking politics? Three people to avoid

by Trently Dubois, Mirror Staff

We’re going to break the “no talking” rule on 1 of the 2 things you should never talk about in presence of company. The topic of presidential candidates.   The “c...  Read More »

April 17, 2016

Keep it Moving, Folks!

Keep it Moving, Folks!

by Kiersten Knapp, Staff

Hallways in high school are a place where people cross to get to classes, a place to get to their lockers, or even a place to take a break from the classrooms.   ...  Read More »

April 1, 2016

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Is Boxing Dying

March 30, 2016

During the last half of the 20th century, boxing was considered one of the most popular sports. It was known as an art that required hours up...  Read More »

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Too Difficult to Clean Up after Yourself?

March 14, 2016

The school bathrooms are disgusting and have a few problems with them.   In the girls bathroom, the stalls are gross, and there are compl...  Read More »

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What’s the point of calling someone a sl*t?

March 10, 2016

Slut Shaming: The act of making any person feel guilty or inferior for certain sexual behaviors or desires that deviate from traditional gender exp...  Read More »

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Cardinal Voices

Poorly Enforced MHSAA Rules

Poorly Enforced MHSAA Rules

by Andrew Richar, Mirror Staff

The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) monitors all the public sports in the state of Michigan.  They are the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) of ...  Read More »

Second thoughts on moving on

Second thoughts on moving on

by Abby Swick, Staff

As the year comes to an end, most seniors are preparing to leave and go off on their own.   As excited as we are to be done with high school and be on our own are, I...  Read More »

We’re all a little frustrated

We’re all a little frustrated

by Stella Beerman, Mirror Staff

I have been extremely frustrated the past two weeks. My school work has been piling up and my teachers haven’t exactly been understanding. For at least three weeks I had been working ...  Read More »

A Sharp Tongue: Set in the Grind

  These are some things I keep sharp.   I realize that I’m certainly not the most overly friendly person, and I’ll admit that bei...  Read More »

Talking politics? Three people to avoid

We’re going to break the “no talking” rule on 1 of the 2 things you should never talk about in presence of company. The topic of presi...  Read More »

Change Schedules to Improve Learning

Most high school students are waking up to go to school sleep deprived and are always tired. Being sleep deprived is not a good thing. Sleep deprivation in t...  Read More »

FYI

Burns enjoys teaching English

Burns enjoys teaching English

Mrs. Andrea Burns is an English teacher here at Coldwater High School.  Her major is in English and her minor is in physical education.   She's been teaching for 9 years, having taught in Benton Harbor for 4 years, then at Muskegon for a year until she was laid off, and then four years her...  Read More »

Nastally Plans for Retirement in 2016

Nastally Plans for Retirement in 2016

by Emily Root, Cardinal Staff

A familiar face in the office plans to retire next year.   Mr. Nastally, a guidance counselor here is CHS, plans to retire by halfway through next year as soon as he can get his house sold. “Someday after January 1st 2017, probably the first week after christmas break” After retirement, Nastally...  Read More »

Hostetler Hopes to Make the World a Better Place

Hostetler Hopes to Make the World a Better Place

by Jessica Hayward, Staff

Most people want to make a difference, but nobody seems to really know how. We all have ideas but never really put them in action, but a teacher here at Coldwater High School took something he enjoys doing and turned it into a way to give back. Robert Hostetler has been raising money for the people in Haiti ...  Read More »

Mrs. Krzyzanski and her “Other” Career

by Stephanie Halstead, Teacher Interview

Some of you may not realize it, but some of the people that work as counselors, or principals, or any other higher job, then just a teacher, were teachers before hand. For example, Mr.Milnes was a math teacher before he was a principal and Mrs. Krzyzanski was a Spanish teacher before she became a school counselor. Mrs. Krzyzanski  became  interested in teaching Spanish  while she was taking Spanish during high school, which she enjoyed that very much After high school, Krzyzanski stu...  Read More »

CHS Teacher Finds her True Calling

CHS Teacher Finds her True Calling

by Stella Beerman, Mirror Staff

A CHS teacher has know since she was a young child that she wanted to teach, although she wasn’t always sure what it was she wanted to teach. Teaching Spanish. In fact, was not her first choice. Mrs. Sarah Langer, CHS Spanish teacher, loves her job but she didn’t think she ever would. When sh...  Read More »

Subject of Islam

by Alyass Thabet, MIRROR STAFF

Islam. A single word that has been branded with the label of  terrorism over the last couple of  decades. The religion of Islam has been said to be or proclaimed to be a religion of war and monstrosity. “Islam is all about war man. Becoming a muslim means you have to kill the ‘infidels’” is just the type of  statement that I have heard many times over and over, repeatedly. “Dude, Islam makes suicide bombers out of people,” is another statement that I have heard over the pas...  Read More »

SPORTS

Girls Soccer Preview

Girls Soccer Preview

by Fadel Said, Girls Soccer Preview

Girls soccer is getting underway this week. All the girls who play soccer are really excited and pumped to begin there 2016 soccer season. The varsity team has 9 returning...  Read More »

Apr 19

Detroit Tigers Season Preview

Detroit Tigers Season Preview

by Andrew Richar, Mirror Staff

The Detroit Tigers are coming off of a disappointing 74-87 season, which they started out 9-1.  They looked to offseason free agency to fix their issues for the 2016 seaso...  Read More »

Apr 15

Cardinal Gymnastics Enjoy Success

Cardinal Gymnastics Enjoy Success

by Abby Swick, Staff

As the Coldwater gymnastics team wraps up their 2015-2016 season it is easy to reflect on their great achievements. The team consisted of 14 girls, all with different skill levels....  Read More »

Apr 11

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A&E

Top 3 Best And Worst Pokemon Mega Evolutions For Multiple Reasons

Top 3 Best And Worst Pokemon Mega Evolutions For Multiple Reasons

Pokémon. They do stuff. They have Mega Evolutions sometimes. Sometimes they don't. Some are better then others. Here's a list. Your welcome.

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Creed Movie Review

Creed Movie Review

by Mirror Staff

Creed was one of my favorite movies of last year.  I love boxing movies and always feel like I can box by the end of the movie.  I feel motivated to work hard, but then I realized I have 44 oz of pop in my bladder and a large tub of popcorn and a king sized M&M in my stomach. Most would say t...  Read More »

Star Wars Mania

Star Wars Mania

by Dylan Doty, Mirror Staff

As a worker at the local NCG Cinema,  Star Wars was a bittersweet time for me.   As a fan of the Star Wars franchise, I was excited for the next step in the saga. The working side of me, on the other hand, was a bit scared.  Not because the amount of people, but the because of people that take it t...  Read More »

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