Amazon to pass Apple

by Riddhi Patel In the race to be worth one trillion dollars, publicly-listed Amazon runs-up right behind Apple inc. Amazon’s shares traded have been as high as $2,050.50; the online retailer’s expected to obtain a revenue growth of 32 percent for 2018, in comparison with Apple’s revenue to jump 14.9 percent. With Amazon being an … Continue reading Amazon to pass Apple

iPhone updates reveal minor changes

by Chris Amaro iPhone XS/XS max This year apple decided to change up the standard naming system for the iPhone. Instead of going with the iPhone X plus they went with the iPhone XS max yet, it is still unclear why the name switch was warranted. There are two iPhone XS models: the 5.8-inch XS … Continue reading iPhone updates reveal minor changes

August SAT Angers CHS Students

by Andrew Song Hundreds of thousands of students are enraged over a potential cheating scandal on the SAT that occurred on August 24 across the nation. Collegeboard has been confirmed of being guilty of reusing the international 2017 Asia test, allegedly giving some students an advantage and even a handicap large enough to give somebody … Continue reading August SAT Angers CHS Students

The Miseducation of US History Students (Opinion)

by Chinemerem Nwanze In 2017, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) released a report titled “Teaching Hard History: American Slavery” as part of the Teaching Tolerance Project. The study yielded stunning results about how slavery is discussed - or better yet, not discussed adequately enough - in American schools. Among the shocking results were: Only … Continue reading The Miseducation of US History Students (Opinion)