A number 1 pencil?!?! 8th grader Thea Kupersmith is back with another shocking news story for her satirical column: The Artichoke.
7th grader Anna Peirce profiles Ms. Hackendahl, the new 7th grade Blue Team ELA teacher.
8th grader Davin Haley bids farewell to legendary teacher, Mr. Engle as he prepares to retire.
7th grader Hayden Downer reminisces on the PW Boys Basketball season and notes the long road of success CSD Basketball has ahead of us.
7th grader David Hayman realizes he may no longer be needed to write his satire column, The Daily Rubbish, since AI seems to write satire pretty, pretty well.
8th grader Amelia Johnson profiles the principals' secretaries here at CMS.
7th grader Thea Kupersmith takes a deep dive into Odyssey of the Mind -- a club that competes in creative ways.
8th grader Blake Ambler gives an update on Philly sports, including the recent championship loss by the PWMS ice hockey team.
Blake Ambler gives information about Colonial Middle School's hockey championship game on February 22nd at 8:30pm.
7th grader David Hayman back with the satirical Daily Rubbish -- this time offering us an alternate mode of transportation.
Europe’s stability, both politically and economically, has begun to crumble, and the world is only witnessing the beginning of a newer, darker age in Europe. 8th grader Brandon Tupchong takes a long-form deep dive into what's going on and why it's happening.
7th graders Maya Swan and Maeve O'Connell investigate the possible fall (?!) of the Stanley cup.
6th grader Cameron Moore is back with his Question of the Month (QOTM) -- this time about Wilt Chamberlin's 100 point game in 1962, inspired, in part by Joel Embiid's recent historic 70-point performance in January 2024.
6th grader Cameron Moore recaps what has been a chaotic and crazy 2024 in sports...to say the least.
7th grader Maeve O'Connell investigates the viral cup: Stanley. Where did it come from? Why is it so popular?