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A Much-Needed Weekend Relief

A four-day weekend sounds pretty great, right? Well, prepare yourself for some good news. This weekend, students within the EPISD district have a four-day weekend.   On Friday, February 17th, teachers have Staff Development, thus giving students the day off. Then, on February 20th, students have President’s Day off. Overall, this weekend comes as a blessing […]

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Chapin High School showcases the Valentine’s Day spirit

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, many are waiting anxiously to receive that rose from their special someone or to be hit by one of Cupid’s arrows. This tradition of sending special gifts to your significant other didn’t just originate recently, this tradition has been a keen tradition for all lovers… even within the past […]

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Huskies perform outstandingly well at annual academic decathlon

On Saturday, January 21st the Chapin Academic Decathlon (AcaDec) team competed against schools in the surrounding El Paso region. These members of the AcaDec team compete individually in various, demanding subjects but are considered in the end as one husky pack. Some of the included categories in AcaDec are mathematics, economics, art, music, language, science, […]

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What is Natural Hair?

Natural hair been around for centuries, but in the black community natural hair is now something to be proud of.  What does Natural hair mean exactly? Well being natural is term that refers to not having chemically treated hair. The perm is a formula that permanently straighten your hair; however, a perm  can cause pain, […]

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Additional Gifts ?

Stephanie McCluney, an 11th Grader at Chapin High School and a native El Pasoan, celebrates Christmas every year with her family gathered around the dinner table and with gifts being unwrapped at the very eve of morning. Although, Stephanie McCluney is one of the lucky ones to be gifted with “double presents.” Stephanie’s birthday is on […]

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How to Prevent Sport Injuries.

Nearly 30 million children and teen athletes play sports in the United States. This increase in play has led to some other remarkable statistics about injuries dealing with America’s young athletes: High school athletes account for an estimated 2 million injuries and 500,000 doctor visits and 30,000 hospitalizations each year. More than 3.5 million kids […]

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History of Sports

Many of the sports we have today have origins from primitive sorts and pastimes of ancient times. Neolithic rock art found at the cave of swim 6000 B.C. prehistoric cave paintings have also been found in Japan depicting a sport similar to sumo wrestling in Wadi Sura, near golf kefir in Libya has shown evidence […]

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Who can stop the NBA Superteam?

The Golden State Warriors are the new super team, with the addition of Kevin Durant. Now everyone has already crowned the juggernaut team as champions. I think there is still a chance that some teams can stop them. There are weaknesses in Golden State, but as time flies, the Warriors are getting better and better. […]