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Seniros Tackle Project Citizen

by Chris Bowden and Jon Sammons
May 30
Filed under NEWS

At the end of each year in Mr. Stevens A.P. Government class, the students are assigned to do a project called Project Citizen. As part of the project, the students have to provide a presentation over a topic that they feel would benefit the community. Project Citizen is, “a curricular program for midd...

Choirs Perform at Spring Concert

Choirs Perform at Spring Concert

by Ben Vincent
May 24
Filed under NEWS

The Coldwater Choirs presented their songs at this year’s spring concert held at Tibbits. There were two concerts this year, one for the middle school and one for the high school. The middle school concert was Wednesday night while the high school concert was on Thursday night. The middle school...

AP Tests Are Finally Over!!!!!!!

AP Tests Are Finally Over!!!!!!!

by April King, Staff Writer
May 22
Filed under NEWS

110 Coldwater High School students participated in taking 9 different AP exams during the past two weeks, ending on Wednesday, May 15th. These tests included Chemistry, Psychology, Calculus AB, English Literature, English Language and Composition, Biology, United States Government & Politics,...

Gun Control is Out of Control

Gun Control is Out of Control

by Daoud Esa
May 17
Filed under NEWS

Gun control has become one of the most debated topics in the United States. Some people believe that guns should be restricted in some sort of way, whether it being harsh or mild. These same people believe that such laws would decrease the murder rate in the United States. Statistics have shown th...

Who’s Your Older Celebrity Crush?

Who’s Your Older Celebrity Crush?

by Lisa Escalante and Brittany Shaw
May 16
Filed under Features, NEWS

Lisa and Brittany ask CHS students who their older celebrity crushes are. Here are their answers.

Band Excells at State Festival

Band Excells at State Festival

by Chris Chartrand
May 8
Filed under NEWS

On Thursday, April 25th,  the Coldwater Symphonic band received a division one rating at State Festival.   The band played the songs Joyous Spirit, Freedom Road, and Chant and Savage Dance.  Freedom Road featured soloists Rebecca Glei, Dani Cekander, and Dylan Molnar.   The band received a one ...

Teacher’s View: iPads and Education

Teacher’s View:  iPads and Education

by Justin Pothoof, Staff Writer
May 2
Filed under NEWS

Towards the end of last school year, all of the CHS teachers received an iPad to use in their class. Eight teachers from various departments responded to a survey giving their opinions on their iPads. Out of the eight, three reported never using their iPads to help educate their classes. On top o...

Are iPads the Answer in Education?

Are iPads the Answer in Education?

by Kala Sperbeck, Staff Writer
May 2
Filed under NEWS

In 2012 iPads were introduced to the AP biology students at Coldwater High School in hopes of aiding students in their pursuit of knowledge. After nearly a year of using this new technology, the Mirror set out to find out how students used them. The students were not hesitant about using their new techno...

#DeleteHate

#DeleteHate

by Lisa Escalante, Fangirl
April 26
Filed under NEWS

We have all encountered crude behavior on social media. Recently, there was a Twitter account started that attacked teens from Coldwater. It is common on social media to  come across rude mentions of our classmates or of ourselves on Facebook or Twitter occasionally, but there hasn’t been account that...

Balladiers at State Solo & Ensemble

by Ben Vincent
April 24
Filed under NEWS

On April 20, the Balladiers travelled to Portage Central High School to sing at State Solo & Ensemble. They returned with a “Good” rating.  In order to qualify for State, an ensemble has to receive an “Excellent” or “Superior” rating at District Festival. The Balladiers received an ...

Everything You Need To Know About the News 4/15-4/19

by Cecelia Ward, Staff Writer
April 19
Filed under NEWS

  Boston Marathon Bombing  On April 15th,  two bombs detonated at the finish line of the famous Boston Marathon about fifteen seconds apart. Latest sources report three dead, including an 8-year-old boy. Hospitals are reporting around 144 people were injured and several are still in critical...

It’s 2013: Segregated Proms Wrong

It’s 2013:  Segregated Proms Wrong

April 19
Filed under FYI, NEWS

Segregation is the enforced separation of different racial groups. Segregation in public schools ended in May 17, 1954 in the Brown v. Board of Education case. Currently all of the schools in the USA have no segregation at all, yet one school in Georgia is holding two proms segregated by race this s...

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