Godzilla: Gigantic Size and Gigantic Expectations

May 14, 2014  
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Michael Caruso, Turret staff writer In 1954, one of films most iconic characters would be created. Only a few years after World War II, Japan would create the king of the monsters known as Gojira. The monster represented destruction and the nuclear bomb that was deployed on Japan. The monster was a cross... Read more »

Spending the Summer in St. Louis

May 9, 2014  
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Tyler Pearl, Turret staff writer There is a lot to do in the summer in St. Louis. People can go on trips, amusement parks, zoos, casinos, baseball games, museums, concerts, festivals, fairs and even get a job. St. Louis has a lot to offer. It is the Gateway State for a reason because it is a passage... Read more »

CBC and the Future: A Year Ends With Thoughts of the Future

May 5, 2014  
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Kirkland French, Turret staff writer With the Class of 2015 starting their senior year, students may be wondering how CBC could help them prepare for the future. The goal of CBC is not to just prepare young students for college but prepare them for life in the workforce. Many classes at CBC teach real... Read more »

CBC Seniors Present “Peter Rabbit” as Last 2014 Production

May 2, 2014  
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Tyler Pearl, Turret staff writer On April 27, CBC had its last theater performance of the year “Peter Rabbit”. The play, put on by CBC seniors, was directed toward the younger siblings of CBC students. CBC senior John Summers was one of the stars of the play, Flopsy, the smarter rabbit that is looked... Read more »

CBC “One Acts” Take the Stage

May 2, 2014  
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Jack Stark, Turret staff writer The theater program at CBC is a progressive model that gives the students more authority than most.  Students present a number of plays each year and at the end of the year the seniors get to direct their own plays called “One Acts”. The “One Acts” are shows that... Read more »

CBC’s Own Poetry Outloud

April 2, 2014  
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Jack Stark, Turret staff writer Expressing personalities is very important at CBC and many people express themselves through different mediums such as art, music, and now finally poetry. Mr. Charles Beach, a religion teacher at CBC, is the advisor for the CBC poetry club. This is a club where students... Read more »

CBC Summer School

March 28, 2014  
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Tyler Pearl, Turret staff writer During summer break if students don’t have anything going on or want to better manage their school schedule for next year, they can attend summer school. Summer school courses are for all students including incoming freshmen, but students must sign up ahead of time.... Read more »

The Barbershop Cadets

March 26, 2014  
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Alex Wittke, Turret staff writer Brothers in Harmony is CBC’s elite a cappella group. It consists of 13 members from each grade level. The group started when Mr. Strathman, CBC’s choral music teacher, first started teaching here. “I came from a background in barbershop music and loved the sound... Read more »

Lupe Fiasco’s New Album Set to Release in 2015

March 14, 2014  
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Kirkland French, Turret staff writer Lupe Fiasco is planning to release a new album in 2015. He has already released two songs off the new album “Old School Love” featuring Ed Sheeran and “Horns and Thorns” featuring Schoolboy Q. These singles come off the heels of his recent album release, Food... Read more »

The Grace of Lifting

March 5, 2014 • Justin Lewis, Turret staff writer  
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For many students at CBC High School, completing service hours are extremely difficult.  Either students don’t find the volunteer opportunities interesting or they don’t see the value in it.  Well there is some much-needed work that does accept volunteers and can count toward service hours: powerlifting. Powerlifting... Read more »

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