CSN: Creating a New Era

April 23, 2014  
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Alex Wittke, Turret staff writer The Cadet Student Network (CSN) is a new club that CBC has to offer. The club streams live every sporting event, pep rally, fine arts performance and everything else that CBC does. “CSN was an attempt to copy what was taking place at major collegiate schools, and was... Read more »

Taste of CBC Returns

April 3, 2014  
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Malcolm Schulz, Turret staff writer Due to the success of last year’s event, Taste of CBC returns to give the community a tasty second course.  More than 20 CBC alumni who own restaurants will gather in Ross Hall to participate in the event including Charlie Gitto’s “On the Hill”, Rib City and... Read more »

A Pep Rally to Remember

March 14, 2014  
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Michael Caruso, Turret staff writer On March 4 CBC held a pep rally to celebrate recent accomplishments at the school. All three of CBC’s band and music groups took first place in their respective categories at the Major Jazz Competition held March 1 at Mineral Area College. CBC Jazz won First Place... Read more »

Monty Python’s Medieval Tale Comes to CBC

February 25, 2014 • Kirkland French, Turret staff writer  
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The Cerre Players are bringing one of the famous Monty Python comedies to the Gundaker Theater. The musical version of Monty Python and the Holy Grail, which is named Monty Python’s Spamalot is to be performed beginning February 28.  The show stars CBC senior Jack Christian as King Arthur who embarks... Read more »

From Mud to Masterpieces

November 25, 2013 • Jack Hummel, Turret staff writer  
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The CBC Mud Club has become a hot spot on campus during activity period. This newly founded club is a great place for students looking to maximize their time in the “mud”, and to further develop their talents on the wheel, with the “slab”, in sculpture, and many more areas. The CBC Mud Club was... Read more »

CBC Students Starve For a Cause

November 24, 2013 • Erick Chatman, Turret staff writer  
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In 1999 six students led by Mr. Ed Hamer, a religion teacher at CBC, started fasting for 30-hours.  Over the years the event increased and by 2012, 100 students and five faculty members started to fast. This event is now known as the 30-Hour Famine.  During this event, students give up eating for 30... Read more »

CBC Band of Brothers Plays Spring Concert

May 15, 2013 • Brendan Fink, Turret staff writer  
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On April 23 the CBC Band of Brothers put together an amazing spring concert. It featured the CBC Percussion, Beginning Band, the CBC Concert Band, Jazz Band Purple, Jazz Band Gold, and the Full Jazz Band. The program was under the direction of Mr. Ray Benton and Mr. Marc Strathman. The spring concert... Read more »

CBC Plans for Large Class of 2017

May 8, 2013 • Jerrarid March, Turret staff writer  
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CBC had a large freshmen class for the 2012-2013 school year and can expect the same for the upcoming 2013-2014 school year. There have been a total of 337 applications submitted, and 305 of them have been accepted. The school expects 260 students to be enrolled on the first day of school. Even though... Read more »

CBC Car Raffle Brings in Sales

April 24, 2013 • Brendan Fink, Turret staff writer  
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Last month, CBC held their annual car raffle. The car was the 2013 Chevy Camaro and all proceeds went to offset the tuition of CBC High School students. During the car raffle, students were encouraged to sell ten tickets to earn four days off school. It was a very successful year for the sales. There... Read more »

CBC Robotics Team Brobotics Makes it to State

April 17, 2013 • John Summers, Turret staff writer  
Filed under Features, News, Top Stories

The CBC Robotics Club went to an all-day qualifying tournament at the Florissant Valley Community College. CBC went to the qualifying games with two teams: Brobotics, and the Cadet Bot Crew. These teams were coached by Mr. Joseph Henken, a CBC science teacher and Mr. John Hock , a mentor from the community. The... Read more »

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