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The Student Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

Dons Press

The Student Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

Dons Press

Many car manufacturers from across the board have discontinued some of their most popular models, with no reason as to why, as they look towards the new year. Cars with names dating back to the 60s have been abruptly cancelled and many question the logic behind these decisions.
Why EV’s Are Discontinuing All Your Favorite Cars
Lucy Miller, Beat Editor • February 22, 2024

The roar of muscle car engines has graced American highways since the 1960s when they were popularized, and although these ‘pony cars’ have...

The two most popular gifts that are given on Valentine’s Day are red roses and love letters!
Love Through the Centuries
Lily Frenck, Staffer • February 22, 2024

Valentine's Day started with Saint Valentine in the fifth century and has been celebrated as a day of romance since the fourteenth century. He...

Road to the Super Bowl
Road to the Super Bowl
Katy Podstreleny and Sofia Durazo February 8, 2024

The highly anticipated NFL playoffs are here! The regular season has officially ended as of January 7th, 2024, following an action-packed 18...

This year has started off great for the Harbaugh family with a National Championship win, but is not over yet because a Super Bowl win might be on the way.
Harbaugh Family Dominance
Mae Kordas, Staffer • February 2, 2024

The Harbaugh family is one of the most successful families in football history, especially after this last year. The sons are the OG brothers...

College Jersey making by money
The Game-Changer: The Impact of NIL on College Sports
Ayva Moi, Staffer • February 2, 2024

In recent years, the landscape of college sports has undergone a major shift with the introduction of Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) rights...

Golden Globe Awards via indiewire.com
Glitz & Glamour: Golden Globe Awards Best Outfits
Sofia Bravo, Staffer • February 2, 2024

Last weekend, on January 7, 2024, the annual 81st  Golden Globe Awards took place and many celebrities, actors, and producers attended. The...

“Anyone But You” reviving the dying genre of rom coms
“Anyone But You” Revives the Dying Out Species Of Rom Coms
Nicole Nazemnikova, Beat Editor • February 2, 2024

Have you noticed that for the past decade, there have been fewer and fewer romantic comedies? In a way, it appeared to be dying out, but about...

Miyazaki’s latest film was featured on a variety of media such as YouTube advertisements and social posts. Anyone with access to a digital device likely experienced the breathtaking animation and wonder of Studio Ghibli’s trailer.
The Art of Storytelling
Hong-An Phan, Editor-in-Chief • January 29, 2024

Along the plentiful groves of abundant foliage, the heron’s cerulean feathers arch into a swift ascension to the alluring horizon. The vibrant...

It’s become evident that the cliches ‘bad news sells’ and ‘all publicity is good publicity’ are especially true in the case of award shows like the Golden Globes.
All Publicity is Good Publicity: How Controversy Saved the Golden Globes
Lucy Miller, Beat Editor • January 26, 2024

 When was the last time you had a real conversation with someone about the results of an award show? Did a particular nominee strike you as...

An Increased obsession with the holidays brings in more and more money every year, and while all this excitement is great for some it has difficult implications for others
Festive Cheer or Consumerist Fear?
Lucy Miller, Beat Editor • December 20, 2023

           Across the country, the hues of the leaves are alight with the cresting of the fall season-a time honored physical change...


Guaff wins first Grand Slam title.
Coco Gauff Serves Up Victory
Nikole Egan, Staffer • November 8, 2023

On September 9th, nineteen-year-old Coco Gauff won the U.S. Open tennis championship. She became the youngest American to win a U.S. Open since...

Olivia Rodrigo: The musician/actress who just released the album Guts.
GUTS: Olivia Rodrigo’s New Album & Popularity
Carlin Fretwell, Staffer • November 6, 2023

Musician Olivia Rodrigo has been catching eyes for a while now, with her acting debut in 2015. She took up a more music-based career in 2021,...

Sergio Brown and his mother Myrtle Brown together.
Ex-NFL Player Goes Missing After Mother Found Dead By Her Home
Robert Hernandez, Staffer • October 6, 2023

A former Buffalo Bills NFL player, Sergio Brown has been reported missing Saturday September 16th, officials and family members have been unable...

The Burning Man figure in Black Rock Desert, Nevada. The act of burning the figure is symbolic of the rejection of corporatism and celebration of nature. This years figure measured 40 feet in height.
Beyond the Flame Behind the Burning Man Festival
Nikole Egan and Sofia Bravo October 4, 2023

Over Labor Day weekend, the Black Rock Desert in Nevada set the stage for the iconic Burning Man Festival, but when attendees weren’t ready...

Peñas self-portrait that won the Presidents award. This work is highly regarding and was admired by CCHS students during the Art Show.
The Talents of the CCHS Art Show
Brooke Johnston-Quirarte, Social Media Editor • May 26, 2023

May 17th was Cathedral Catholic High School’s (CCHS) annual Student Art Show, an event that students in all grades anticipate visiting. Students...

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