Published February 17, 2020

The Moth Radio Hour at Community

The Communicator
Published February 7, 2020

How and why to vote in Michigan

Donald Harrison, an Ann Arbor-based video director, recently released two videos detailing the voting process in Michigan for new voters

The Communicator
Published February 7, 2020

Two Ann Arbors

The road to recovery is not clear and simple, and neither is justice for Ciaeem Slaton. 

Tai Tworek and Cammi Tirico
Published January 29, 2020

The (mis)education of CHS

By Lucy Tobier, Photography by Cate Weiser, Ella Rosewarne, Geneve Thomas-Palmer
Published January 18, 2020

ANGELINA SMITH

IN MY ROOM

Jenna Jarjoura and Hannah Bernstein
Published January 15, 2020

The Other Half

The Communicator
Published January 13, 2020

Zebrotics wins their first WAPUR competition

Community High School’s robotics team goes wheel-to-wheel in competition with local teams gaining valuable off-season experience.

Mori Ono
Published December 18, 2019

20 goals for 2020

We asked 20 CHS students what their New Year’s Resolutions for 2020 were and why. At the end of the year, we’ll check back in to see how they did.

The Communicator
Published December 9, 2019

The Revolution Digitized

When grassroots movements and technology meet

Roxie Richner
Published December 6, 2019

Community Fights Hunger

The Communicator
Published December 4, 2019

CHS celebrates national Blue Ribbon award with dancing, music and an assembly

The Communicator
Published November 21, 2019

What do you want to be when you grow up?

The Communicator
Published November 21, 2019

What animal would you be?

Asking observers at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park what animal they would be and why.

The Communicator
Published November 20, 2019

Food Gatherers Kick-off

On Nov. 12, Food Gatherers started their fundraiser to fight hunger in Washtenaw County.

The Communicator
Published November 19, 2019

What it means to have pride

A queer woman’s take on the Straight Pride Parade

Geneve Thomas-Palmer
Published November 18, 2019

What inspires you?

The Communicator
Published November 18, 2019

Fashion With Gillian Perry

The Communicator
Published November 18, 2019

Instead of Competition, Detroit got Chaos

In the midst of Detroit’s economic downturn, schools struggled. Why? Just follow the money.

The Communicator
Published November 15, 2019

For the Real Ones

The Communicator
Published November 13, 2019

Why are we hooked?

On Data Collection, Consumer Psychology and Dependence in Technology

The Communicator
Published November 13, 2019

Athletes of Community

Edition 1

Hannah Bernstein
Published November 13, 2019

Community High School Poetry Slam

The Communicator
Published November 13, 2019

JADA HIKARY

IN MY ROOM

Jenna Jarjoura and Hannah Bernstein
Published November 11, 2019

DELIA BINETTI

IN MY ROOM

Jenna Jarjoura and Hannah Bernstein
Published November 9, 2019

KGB Espionage Museum

Take a look at the KGB Espionage Museum in New York City — from umbrella guns to trees with ears.

The Communicator
Published November 9, 2019

Sports highlights

Best of local high school sports as of Oct. 1 2019

The Communicator
Published November 6, 2019

A Voting System for the People

The current voting system does not reflect the true preferences of the American people. Ranked choice voting brings the changes the system urgently needs. 

Mori Ono
Published October 30, 2019

Invisible People

The history of queer representation in the film industry

Geneve Thomas-Palmer
Published October 28, 2019

What are you looking forward to?

The Communicator
Published October 28, 2019

CRAVE: Apple Galette

Loey Jones-Perpich and Ruby Taylor
Published October 23, 2019

Fall Forum Day 2019

A look into what forums at Community High School did on fall forum day 2019.

The Communicator
Published October 21, 2019

Michigan Youth in Government Holds Primary Elections

The Communicator
Published October 14, 2019

What Makes You Happy?

The Communicator
Published October 9, 2019

Humans of the Climate Strike

On Friday, September 20th, people all around Ann Arbor left their jobs and schools to attend a strike for global climate justice. Many carried signs that showed how they felt about the issue, and others set up tables to inform people about things they can

The Communicator
Published September 25, 2019

The 2019 Club Fair starts the year off with a bang

Missed the Club Fair? Here are 19 clubs to check out.

The Communicator
Published September 5, 2019

New freshmen and old friends: Opening day at Community High School

The Communicator
Published May 31, 2019

I’m Happy That I...

The Communicator
Published May 10, 2019

Liberty Street Coffee Review

The Communicator
Published May 6, 2019

Divinity Roxx Visits CHS

The bassist in Beyoncé’s all female band, Divinity Roxx visits CHS to speak about her career and women in music

The Communicator
Published May 5, 2019

Paint-Along With Bob Ross

A joyful evening at the Ann Arbor downtown library. 

Meghana Tummala
Published May 5, 2019

Science, Arts and Letters Night 

Meghana Tummala
Published May 3, 2019

The Spork Lookbook

Five of the best-dressed sporks at Community High.

The Communicator
Published May 1, 2019

The struggle for black history visibility within the Ann Arbor Bubble

The Communicator
Published April 22, 2019

Boastful Toasts

Simple toast recipes you can make at home.

The Communicator
Published April 19, 2019

barcelona madrid sights and sounds

The Communicator
Published April 19, 2019

Local a cappella groups prepare for national finals in New York

Loey Jones-Perpich
Published April 17, 2019

A$AP Ferg Performs at SpringFest 2019

The Communicator
Published April 15, 2019

Livonia Robotics Competition: Creativity Breaks Through 

Community’s FRC 5708 Zebrotics team wins the Creativity Award.

The Communicator
Published April 5, 2019

“Us”  

Meghana Tummala
Published April 5, 2019

Death Race For Love

A look at Juice Wrld’s impressive Sophomore album

The Communicator
Published March 22, 2019

A Passion for Engineering: Zebrotics at the Lakeview Regional Competition

Community High School’s Robotics team competes in their first competition of the season.

Mori Ono
Published March 8, 2019

Gearing up for competition season

By Joseph Simon, photos by Mori Ono

The Communicator
Published February 27, 2019

Striking to save the schools

By Nicole Tooley, Photography by Nick Sargent

The Communicator
Published February 24, 2019

Seniors prepare for the upcoming Spork Game

Seniors and teachers discuss their preparations for the annual Spork Game and what the game means to them.

Gina Liu and Josh Martins-Caulfield
Published February 22, 2019

Nepal Adventures

A whole new experience

The Communicator
Published February 21, 2019

The case for vaccines

Meghana Tummala
Published February 18, 2019

Natural Remedies

Meghana Tummala
Published February 13, 2019

The Kids That Started it All

The true pioneers of Ann Arbor hockey were a group of boys that lived to play the game.

Ava Millman
Published February 8, 2019

The Arduous Life of Jim Klosky

Sixty-six years on this planet grew through times of struggle, love and resilience. Still hopeful, he shares his story.

The Communicator
Published February 7, 2019

The Color Yellow

Anna Dang on the film industry, Asian identity and life.

The Communicator
Published February 3, 2019

Taking a Chance

Sometimes, the only thing preventing you from experiencing something life-changing is you. The summer before my senior year I decided to take a chance, and it turned out to be pretty amazing.

The Communicator
Published January 20, 2019

Unity: This Year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Assembly 

Hosted and organized by CHS’s Black Student Union (BSU), this year’s celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., had many new features and highlighted a special guest speaker.

Dan Gutenberg, Tai Tworek
Published January 17, 2019

Humans of Community ft. Piercings

Five CHS students share the stories behind their body art

The Communicator
Published January 17, 2019

Dumplin’

A movie and book review.

Meghana Tummala
Published January 7, 2019

Poetry Night in Ann Arbor

A look into the teen poetry event, moment by moment. 

The Communicator
Published November 16, 2017

A Cause for Conspiracy: The JFK Files 

They don't reveal much about the assassination, but they do reveal a bit about Americans.

Ella Edelstein