Whether you’re a binge watcher or only use Youtube for how-to content, the term “cancelled” has probably crossed your radar at some point in 2021. Countless influencers, TikTok stars, and other well-known figures have been called into the limelight for all the wrong reasons; resurfaced videos of offensive humor and sexual assault allegations being the most common. [FULL ARTICLE]

Back Like We Never Left

charlie2We’re back! As of May 3, 2021, all classes of Columbia High School students have been permitted to attend in-person school at CHS for the first time in over a year. While this experience is exciting for many students and teachers, it has come with some drawbacks…. [FULL ARTICLE]

The Censorship Tightrope

Following the storming of the Capitol Building by pro-Trump radicals on January 6, protesting the results of the 2020 Presidential election, all of the former President Donald Trump’s personal social media accounts were suspended after he refused to condemn the event. [FULL ARTICLE]

Moving In Lockdown: How Students Have Stayed Healthy in Quarantine

After almost a year of quarantining and social distancing due to the Coronavirus, many people in the Maplewood-South Orange (MAPSO) community and beyond are finding themselves cooped up. . . [FULL ARTICLE]


The instant you enter Maplewood and South Orange (MAPSO), you are greeted with a sign that ensures a “stigma-free town”. The MAPSO community often prides itself on its diversity, acceptance, and activism . . . [FULL ARTICLE]

ON-LINE LEARNING: Working Hard or Hardly Working?

As of March 13, 2020, Columbia High School (CHS) has gone from a center of education to a center of book collection and senior photos. All education now takes place through a virtual platform known as Canvas, and CHS students have been tasked with navigating this new website and educational method . . . [FULL ARTICLE]

Covid, College, and Columbia

For seniors in highschool, especially around this time of year, there is one main priority: college applications. These have been stressful enough in the past, but now, in the midst of a pandemic, we are witnesses to new challenges and new standards in the college acceptance game . . . [FULL ARTICLE]