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Michelle Chong

Michelle Chong, Co-Editor in Chief

Senior Michelle Chong is a very successful, glamorous Pulitzer Prize award winning journalist. She has won every award the writing community literally has to offer. When not busy rejecting job offers from major newspapers such as The New York Times, Chong enjoys reading, biking, drinking copious amounts of coffee and tea, and showering (unwanted) affection to her cat.

"We knew that she would be a great investment when we bought her (she was the only infant on discount) from the grocery store. Not only is she a gold-medalist Olympic swimmer, concerto pianist and a part-time brain surgeon, she still manages to find time to work on a high school newspaper staff. We're so proud of you."

- Mom and Dad

"Michelle is like...totally the best person ever. Everything she writes is absolutely amazing. Someone should give her a million dollars. And lifetime tickets to Coldplay concerts."

-Anonymous

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PTSA host Earth day event

Michelle Chong, Co-Editor in Chief
April 12, 2013
There was a huge variety of people at Cougar Challenge and I think that made for a good representation of the school, junior Megan Birgy said. Even a lot of teachers were there. It was interesting to see our teachers as fellow people.

Cougars challenge social barriers

Michelle Chong, Co-Editor in Chief
December 13, 2012

Teen depression creates silent epidemic

Michelle Chong, Co-Editor in chief
October 5, 2012

Wrestling coach joins 400 club

Michelle Chong, Features Editor
January 24, 2012

The sisterhood of the traveling Szes

Michelle Chong, Features Editor
November 2, 2011
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