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Always be Kind.

Always be Kind.

by Stella Beerman, Mirror Staff
March 13
Filed under Opinion

Here at CHS, there is a lot of confusion and hurt right now. Nobody really understands how to feel about what’s going on. Everything that felt important yesterday, feels a lot less important now. The column about the modern feminist movement that I began this weekend feels so stupid now.   ...

For whom the Bell Trolls

For whom the Bell Trolls

by Carly CUnningham, Mirror Staff
May 16
Filed under NEWS, Opinion

For some time now, the irritable students at Coldwater High have had to deal with a very chaotic year with no bells. Bells are a great thing to have because they help every high school student who is, unfortunately horrible at handling time, get to class on time. Here at CHS, time isn’t on o...

The Class of 2016 Just Wants to go Outside

by Carly Cunningham, Staff
May 10
Filed under Opinion

Graduation for the Class of 2016 is right around the corner.   June 12th, 2016, at 5PM sharp is when the Class of 2016 will gather together as a class and walk across that stage to receive a piece of paper that we’ve worked for 12 years, our diploma.   Ever since 6th grade I...

Poorly Enforced MHSAA Rules

Poorly Enforced MHSAA Rules

by Andrew Richar, Mirror Staff
April 28
Filed under Opinion

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 high schools in Michigan.  Just like the NCAA, they have some questionable rules. One strange rule of the MHSAA is not allowin...

Talking politics? Three people to avoid

Talking politics?  Three people to avoid

by Trently Dubois, Mirror Staff
April 17
Filed under Opinion

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 “coup de grace” of the presidential campaign and the cherry on top of political debates.   Presidentia...

Keep it Moving, Folks!

Keep it Moving, Folks!

by Kiersten Knapp, Staff
April 1
Filed under Opinion

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.   Unfortunately, some people don’t understand how hallways work.   These are the people who seem to think that's it's ...

Is Boxing Dying

Is Boxing Dying

by Shane O'Grady
March 30
Filed under Opinion

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 upon years of training to master since it is more complex than just throwing punches randomly. Today, however, many are believe boxing has become a dying spor...

Too Difficult to Clean Up after Yourself?

Too Difficult to Clean Up after Yourself?

by Kiersten Knapp, Mirror Staff
March 14
Filed under Opinion

The school bathrooms are disgusting and have a few problems with them.   In the girls bathroom, the stalls are gross, and there are complaints from other girls how there isn't full body mirrors, and that they have to walk all the way to one of the bathrooms that do, to you know check their o...

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

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

by Stella Beerman, Mirror Staff
March 10
Filed under Opinion

Slut Shaming: The act of making any person feel guilty or inferior for certain sexual behaviors or desires that deviate from traditional gender expectations. I am so sick of hearing the word “slut” used so casually around school, as if we’re talking about Algebra homework. I hear my friends ca...

Code Red Needs Updating

Code Red Needs Updating

by Shane O'Grady
March 8
Filed under Opinion

In the past, generations of American students have been subject to drills in case of  potential nuclear attacks by Russia. Years later, this school drill was proven useless as hiding under a desk would do you no good against a nuclear bomb. Today, school violence across the United States  ha...

Lets End the Discussion about Body Image

Lets End the Discussion about Body Image

by Stella Beerman, Mirror Staff
March 4
Filed under Opinion

We need to stop talking about body image. When we, as a society, stop talking about body image, more than likely young girls (and boys) will stop judging their  bodies. No more criticizing certain body types and no more trying to find something good to say about something many people don’t fe...

Children in Beauty Pageants

Children in Beauty Pageants

by Andrew Richar, Mirror Staff
February 23
Filed under Opinion

Beauty pageants for children have been around since the 1960s.  These are completely unnecessary and unhealthy for the child and it is generally the parents who are forcing these on the child. One of the worst parts about these are the parents making it all about themselves.   These so-called ...

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