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Pathfinder

Lights, camera and Clifford Chi

Catharine Conway, Arts and Entertainment Editor

December 19, 2012

For the final exam in Literature and Film class, taught by English teacher Julie Gerding, junior Clifford Chi created and a silent short film starring himself, his father, and CBC junior Tyler Creath. The story revolves around a teenager named Alex who is a very talented piano player. His dad puts...

Senior Annie Schuver talks her way to a 15K scholarship

Senior Annie Schuver talks her way to a 15K scholarship

Kathryn Harter, Reporter

December 18, 2012

Senior Annie Schuver has been dominating the debate scene since her freshman year. She holds 13 first place titles at different tournaments. “I was once told, 'People are not special. People do special things.' No one has already won the round when it begins just because they've had more experience...

Themed basketball nights approved

Themed basketball nights approved

Debra Klevens, Guest Reporter

December 17, 2012

This season’s tradition of themed basketball games began on Friday, Nov. 30 at the boys’ first home game against Parkway Central. Originating with “Neon Night,” organized by the school Activities Directors, students were told to wear some form of neon, emphasizing the highlighter-yellow Longhorn...

Fallen Kings bring melody to the halls

Fallen Kings bring melody to the halls

Lily Briscoe, Reporter

December 14, 2012

Friday morning before school, the band members of Fallen Kings, freshman Jacob Cupps, Alex Hubbard and Josh Massara perform for students throughout the halls. The band formed at the beginning of the school year when choir teacher Brian Parrish handed out an interest survey. “This opportunity isn’t ...

Circle of concern drive: who will win?

Circle of concern drive: who will win?

Annie Spewak, Features Editor

December 11, 2012

On Dec. 3, the History Department began a collection drive for Circle of Concern. The drive was oriented with the Modern United States History unit over the Great Depression and with the holidays. This winter drive is unlike other drives in that it is a competition amongst the department and is split...

Zoology class connects with students from Morocco

Zoology class connects with students from Morocco

Debra Klevens, Reporters

December 4, 2012

Amy Cohen’s Zoology classes are connecting with students from Morocco via e-mail and Facebook chats to learn about International differences. Cohen participated in a Maryville University graduate program called “Global Awareness and Civic Education” to increase her understanding and ability...

Hot holiday items 2012

Hot holiday items 2012

Annie Spewak, Features Editor

December 3, 2012

With the holidays right around the corner, there is one question on everyone’s mind: what gifts should I give? Shopping for your parents, your siblings and your best friends can be challenging. When coming up with gift ideas, one must remember it really is the thought that counts. Whether you buy an...

School-wide scavenger hunt a success

School-wide scavenger hunt a success

Annie Spewak, Features Editor

November 12, 2012

On November 9, Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) hosted a school-wide scavenger hunt. Students were allowed to make teams up to six to search the school for clues. The cost for each person was $5. The money raised went to provide treatment and support for local Autistic children. “It...

Mooney cast on Jeopardy!

Debra Klevens, Features Reporter

November 12, 2012

After four years and two attempts, math teacher Patrick Mooney got the call that he was on the game show, Jeopardy! “I have watched Jeopardy! on and off for most of my life. But it wasn’t until 2009, after my partner applied and eventually got on the show, that I decided to tryout since the process...

10 questions with Alex Clayton

10 questions with Alex Clayton

Debra Klevens, Guest Reporter

November 1, 2012

1. Describe yourself in 140 characters or less. I am really loud and I don’t like to do what I am told. 2. What is your dream job? A K-9 police officer because my dad was a police officer. 3. What’s your dream vacation? I would love to go to Japan because I would love to see their art and...

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