How to Have Stress-Free Midterms

January 12, 2015
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How to Have Stress-Free Midterms

This time of year is infamous for ill health- January is the height of flu season-  the temperatures are freezing, the days are short and the nights are long. Christmas break is over and school is back in session. And on top of all that- midterms are coming up next week for CCHS. In our school, which is a very academically-oriented environment, it isn’t hard to imagine hundreds students stressing about the upcoming tests. Staying healthy can seem impossible with the addition of midterm stress, but there are steps that everyone can take to stay as calm and healthy as possible in the upcoming week. Smart Studying Studying for midterms or finals is notoriously difficult- how do you remember everything you’ve forgotten? How do you soak it all in? The truth is, you can’t....
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iqh Fest 2015

January 12, 2015
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iqh Fest 2015

            This February marks CCHS’ second annual iqh fest, featuring 13 acts that represent Concord-Carlisle’s talent. The event will take place Saturday, February 7th, at 7pm in the CC Learning Commons and will feature students and teachers alike. The Facebook...
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ADL’s Effect on Me

January 12, 2015
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ADL’s Effect on Me

This year, in all sophomore advisories, we were asked if we wanted to be a part of the ADL peer leadership program (Anti-Defamation League).  I was told that a few times during the year, we would take off time from school to go to Ripley and...
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Senate Proposition on 1:1 Initiative Delayed

January 12, 2015
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Senate Proposition on 1:1 Initiative Delayed

CCHS has a strong tradition of involving students in politics and real world events. CCHS’s JSA club allows students to discuss the inner workings of politics, government, and current events. In addition, CCHS has its very own student senate. The student senate debates a variety...
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Pats Pull Off Big Win Against Ravens

January 12, 2015
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Pats Pull Off Big Win Against Ravens

Going into Saturday’s game, Patriots fans across New England, including myself, were having doubts as to whether the team could pull off a win against the Ravens. Although we ended our season 13-4, there were some excruciatingly terrible games for Tom Brady and the...
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Is Slang Good or Bad?

January 5, 2015
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Is Slang Good or Bad?

As a teenager, the amount of slang and new language that I hear is overwhelming. Everyday there is a new phrase, acronym, or term that makes itself known to me. I find that sometimes I cannot even understand much of the current colloquial language....
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Into The Woods Delights

January 5, 2015
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Into The Woods Delights

The film adaptation of the Broadway musical Into The Woods is a fractured fairytale including several of our favorite childhood heroes. A mix of princes and princesses, a dark spell casting witch, a little girl and her red cape, the infamous wolf, a young...
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