Month: September 2010

CD Review: The Suburbs by Arcade Fire

As someone who was getting more and more bored by new album releases that sounded identical to one another, I was not expecting much from an album with the vague and uninteresting title The Suburbs. Luckily, I was pleasantly surprised…

A (Somewhat) In-Depth Guide to the Fall TV Season

Every year there is a lot of what could politely be referred to as “bad” television, both in new shows and returning shows.  As a result, I attempt here to provide a guide, network-by-network, of what’s good and what’s bad…

Food Court Comes to CC Cafe

Note: This was a spoof article published over a year ago as a joke. This is not real news (unfortunately)! Any student who has looked around the cafeteria at Concord-Carlisle High School and lamented that there are simply not enough…

Make Way For Musketeers

In the midst of Concord’s 375th anniversary, a new club at Concord-Carlisle High School has arisen, centered around an activity dating all the way back to the time of our ancestors: musketeering. The musket, a gun used in many infantries in…

The New School(s)

This spring will mark a momentous occasion for CCHS. After years of moldy ventilators, cracked sealing tiles, gum-laden locker rooms, and inconvenient outdoor walkways, the school administration and towns of Concord and Carlisle have finally decided to rebuild our school.…

CChunnel to connect CCHS and Beede

From installing Activboards in every classroom, to upgrading toilets to flush automatically, CCHS has always put forth its best effort to keep up with modern conveniences. However, students and faculty will agree that CC has always fallen slightly short compared…

“Learning Commons” leads to sweeping name reform

CC students in search of the library may be scratching their heads this year. What happened to the sacred hangout? No need to panic: the library is still available to students but now is simply known as the “Learning Commons.”…

CCHS Cuts Back In Economic Crisis

Schools across the country are experiencing harsh repercussions from the economic crisis.  Teachers are being fired because schools cannot pay their salaries, classes are increasing in size, and there are fewer resources in the typical classroom.  To deal with the…