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Editorials

PSA: The Next Commitment Form Will Be Final

Last week GRPS sent out a survey asking all GRPS students and their families to choose between a hybrid in-person or virtual schooling for the second marking period. Using the data they received, GRPS planned to make plans for the hybrid and online school models. However, a lot of people did not vote. Luckily, those who did not vote last […]

Earth Week

Editorial: COVID-19, the Environment, and Earth Week 2020

This editorial was written by Ella Postuma, co-president of the E-Club. Update 4/22/20 at 10:08 AM to clarify that no formal registration is needed for the Earth Day Live event. Today we kickoff Earth Week, and this Wednesday, April 22, we’ll mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day! The 2020 theme is Climate Action, and although this presents an enormous […]

Editorials

All About Manga

Written by Sparsh Aiyar. Submit your own article to the City Voice at bit.ly/chmsVoiceSubmit Manga. You may have heard the word from a friend or on the media. You may have even seen a section for Manga at a bookstore or a library. So, what is Manga? Manga refers to Japanese comics that are often made into animations known as […]

Editorials

The City Voice Will Continue

Since COVID-19, dubbed Coronavirus, became a major pandemic there has been a lot of disruption in all of our lives. Everything is now shut down, including our school, but nevertheless the City Voice will continue to publish articles every Thursday as usual. This is a difficult time for everyone, but we will try our best to continue providing with high […]

Editorials

Your Computer can Help Fight the Coronavirus

Watching the news during the last few weeks you have probably heard a lot about COVID-19, the newest form of  Coronavirus. The disease has been spreading across the world at an alarming pace which is concerning to many. One of the worst parts has been feeling that there is nothing you, personally, can do. We all know the advice we […]

Current Events

Editorial: Why the Future of Videogames Depends on Looking to the Past

In 1972, two little-known game designers, Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson, met while playing a role-playing game called Blackmoor, designed by Arneson. Gygax was so impressed by the game that he asked for a copy of the rules, and then began editing them. Together Gygax and Arneson developed a handwritten 50 page rule book titled Dungeons and Dragons. They didn’t […]