Nanae + Concord: The 2014 Japanese Exchange

October 27, 2014
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Nanae + Concord: The 2014 Japanese Exchange

For the past 20 years our town of Concord MA has had a sister city relationship with the town of Nanae in the Hokkaido prefecture of Japan.  This relationship, which stretches back more than two decades, has been strengthened not only by the exchange of students but through joint meetings such as concerts and conferences.  The program is spearheaded by Dr. David Nurenberg, of the English Department, who describes the goal as our valuable ties with Japan “for the purposes of helping students and citizens in both nations broaden their worldview” and therefore better understand one another.  He also added that he considers the exchange as a step towards “building and maintaining peace between cultures,” noting that understanding can prevent cultural conflict. With these heady, yet admirable, goals in mind, Nurenberg, along with a...
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Concord Carlisle High School Teams up With Anti Defamation League

October 27, 2014
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Concord Carlisle High School Teams up With Anti Defamation League

On Wednesday the 22nd, CCHS introduced the peer-leader program being re-instituted this year.  We are again partnering with the Anti-Defamation League World of Difference curriculum as a part of Sophomore Advisory . The teacher leader at our school, Mr. Aaron Joncas, Metco Director K –...
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Reflections is Calling All Writers!

October 27, 2014
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Reflections is Calling All Writers!

This Autumn, Reflections is holding a writing contest.  Reflections is Concord Carlisle’s literary magazine and it specializes in prose, poetry, and art.  If you’re interested in entering the contest, the submission deadline is Friday, November 21st. The guidelines are that you must submit a piece...
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2014-2015 NBA Western Conference Predictions

October 27, 2014
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2014-2015 NBA Western Conference Predictions

The 2014-2015 NBA season is going to finally start tomorrow, and as I promised earlier, here are my predictions for the NBA Western Conference Predictions, which has many good teams, unlike the Eastern Conference. Sorry that this is so much later than my other...
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Get your Spooky On

October 27, 2014
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Get your Spooky On

As Halloween approaches, I’m sure all of CCHS is preparing to get their spooky on Friday (during the daylight hours only)! Many will be going trick-or-treating, attending casual and safe parties, or simply laying back with a good horror film and a few friends. ...
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The Voice Goes Under Cover: Infiltrating the Pep Band

October 27, 2014
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The Voice Goes Under Cover: Infiltrating the Pep Band

At some point or another, anyone who has ever been to a football game has wondered what it must be like to sit with the pep band, alive and vibrating in all of its brassy glory. When I found a pep band sweatshirt on...
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Halloween Attractions

October 27, 2014
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Halloween Attractions

Halloween is coming up on Friday. As high schoolers, most of us are too old to go trick-or-treating without being stared at. But there are still plenty of fun adventures to go on!  Witches Woods in Westford, MA, is an old favorite, and is also...
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CCHS Book Club

October 27, 2014
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CCHS Book Club

CC has added to its ever expanding list of clubs with the new Book Club, founded by Katie Travisano ’16.  In an interview with The Voice, she explained her motivation for starting it: “I was actually originally looking to join a pre-existing traditional book...
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