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What $50 Taught Me

What $50 Taught Me

by Madison Fougerousse, Mirror Staff

This school year I’ve participated in two high school sports that I had not played before, and let me tell you I’ve learned a lot.   In the fall I ran cross country for the firs...

CHS Students Hope to Inspire

CHS Students Hope to Inspire

by Kuntida Hirunburana, Sophia Grady, Chayanis Khamboonrat, Grace Yates, Balal Nassar, Alia Naji, and Aisha Said

The Coldwater High School Yearbook staff has worked hard to create videos to inspire everyone to stop bullying, embrace the differences in others, and to simply be kind.  Please...

Always be Kind.

Always be Kind.

by Stella Beerman, Mirror Staff

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...

Why I Want To Be A Teacher

Why I Want To Be A Teacher

by Gracen Yates, Staff

The past two years I have attended the Branch Area Careers Center for Early Education, and it has honestly been the highlight of my day, each and every day during that time....

Immigration Ban is Anti-America

Immigration Ban is Anti-America

by Emily Foulk, Mirror Staff

The news of the Trump administration  immigration ban spread quickly across the nation as people began to be stopped at airports.  Many were outraged across America,  but ...

Adulthood Isn’t All Fun and Games

Adulthood Isn’t All Fun and Games

by Gracen Yates, Mirror Staff

Everyone says that senior year is the mark of adulthood, but I say that’s a lie. Some may think they’ve reached adulthood, but most don’t even know what what it really...

For whom the Bell Trolls

For whom the Bell Trolls

by Carly CUnningham, Mirror Staff

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 sch...

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 ...

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...

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Deciding Between a Smartphone and a Laptop?  Check this Helpful Info-graph Out

Deciding Between a Smartphone and a Laptop? Check this Helpful Info-graph Out

by Sophia Grady, Mirror Graphic Artist

As the technology of smartphones gets better, the decision between buying a smartphone and a laptop have become blurred.  The Mirror's Sophia Grady examined the pro's and con's of each item in hopes of providing a handy guide for readers to make the decision.   If this guide doesn't help, perhaps just...

Be Wary of What You Post Online

Be Wary of What You Post Online

by Jasmine Renshaw, Special to the Mirror

As Bill Gates once said, “The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow.” This town square allows us to share our interests and opinions with our peers, and often times complete strangers without much of a second though. Constantly building our online reputation, by eit...

Hair Today Gone Tomorrow

Hair Today Gone Tomorrow

by Emily Gundrum, Mirror Staff

Since the fifth grade I’ve been dying my hair all these crazy colors, and to me it has helped to define and shape me and my character. It lets me express myself and have fun. The first time I dyed my hair it wasn’t love at first sight, though, and I had second thoughts almost immediately. ...

Living With Depression and Anxiety

Living With Depression and Anxiety

by Hannah Hollands, Mirror Staff

Every day nearly 80,000 children and young people suffer from severe depression, and since 1980 the number of teens 15-16 who suffer from depression has nearly doubled. Anxiety and depression are two on the most common mental disorders among teenagers. According to youngminds.org,  4.4% of ...

Journalism: Coldwater High School
Journalism: Coldwater High School