Archive for October, 2011

The Walking Dead: Beginning of Season 2

October 31, 2011
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The Walking Dead: Beginning of Season 2

The highly anticipated second season premiere of The Walking Dead aired Sunday, October 17th. The Season 1 premiere of the show was the most-watched first episode of any other show ever aired on AMC. One might ask why a TV show about survivors scrambling to survive in a world of zombies could ever have viewings...
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The life and legacy of Steve Jobs

October 31, 2011
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The life and legacy of Steve Jobs

  From entrepreneur to computer programmer to inventor, Steve Jobs sadly passed away on October 5th, 2011, after a life altering battle with pancreatic cancer at at the age of 56. Born on February 24, 1955, Steven Paul Jobs was born to two Wisconsin college graduates, who later put their infant up for adoption....
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Carlisle’s Halloween change

October 31, 2011
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Carlisle’s Halloween change

As fall approaches, there are certain characteristics that everyone looks for: the drifting, crinkled bronze leaves and the crisp apples and pears, for instance. October is an especially anticipated month, as its end brings copious amounts of decorated pumpkins and candy wrappers. However, this year, Carlisle decided to change the day of Halloween to...
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Cafeteria food mutates to create…a monster!?

October 31, 2011
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Cafeteria food mutates to create…a monster!?

When strolling through the caf, students must now watch out for another danger. Gone are the days when a puddle of spilled milk or odd messages scratched onto the tables were the only things that posed threats to CC community. Some of the food has gone bad, very bad, and the result is even...
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CCHS’s new engineering program

October 31, 2011
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Have you seen students wandering the halls with meter sticks? Roaming outside studying the building? These kids are most likely in an engineering class, part of CCHS’s brand new engineering program. Students who complete the program receive an engineering certificate, which indicates that a student has taken a minimum of five electives in the...
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Moaning Myrtle haunts CCHS girls’ bathroom

October 31, 2011
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Moaning Myrtle haunts CCHS girls’ bathroom

Recent reports have surfaced from various students about the girls’ bathroom located in the S-building at Concord-Carlisle High School, detailing frightening incidents and mysterious, inexplicable occurrences. “It’s terrifying,” says Ajea Stupart ’13. “There’s one toilet in the corner that always flushes when no one is anywhere near the stall, and there’s always a lot...
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Contagion proves that fear is more contagious than a good attitude

October 24, 2011
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This certainly took a while, since it’s been a few days since I saw Contagion and several more since most interested people went to see it themselves, so this review might not be timely. However, people like to either have a semi-professional agree with them or have something to argue about, so here goes...
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Morning announcements to return?

October 24, 2011
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A campaign headed by Wesley Levers ’13 has been started, advocating to reinstate the morning announcements. A petition has been circulating around the school, accumulating signatures from the heads of various clubs. Said Jelle van der Hilst ’13, “I think it would be good for the clubs if they could advertise in the daily...
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CCHS player nominated for top girls EMass soccer spot

October 17, 2011
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CCHS player nominated for top girls EMass soccer spot

Andrea O’Brien, a junior at CCHS, has been nominated in a Boston Globe poll for the top girls EMass soccer player. Andrea was the “player of the week” in a past Boston Globe article. According to boys soccer coach Ray Pavlik, “as a junior, she has already broken the record scoring at CCHS with...
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Moments from the 63rd annual Emmys

October 17, 2011
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On September 19th, 2011, many stars gathered to celebrate the 63rd annual Emmys.  The show, hosted by hilarious comedian and actress Jane Lynch, honors many celebrities for their outstanding work and performances within the TV industry. Throughout the show, audience members were sparked and thrilled from the many grand musical numbers. On the red carpet before...
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