Archive for October, 2012

Student Senate’s first meeting

October 22, 2012
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Bright and early on Monday, October 15, CCHS’s student senators met in the Learning Commons. Because Mr. Brian Miller can no longer be the adviser of Senate, the senators have been scrambling to find a temporary advisor. Ms. Robin Chichetti valiantly stepped up to the plate,  even though she is unable to serve as...
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Taliban attacks Malala Yousafzai, teenage activist

October 22, 2012
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Taliban attacks Malala Yousafzai, teenage activist

We all know that there are always problems in the Middle East, but what is really going on right now? It is a grave subject. One story has struck a chord in many, and that is the story of Malala Yousafzai, a fifteen-year-old Pakistani girl. Roughly two weeks ago, Malala spoke up against the...
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Rumors rumored to be great fun

October 22, 2012
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Rumors rumored to be great fun

After school one Thursday, the cast of CC’s fall play, Rumors, gathered.  They have been rehearsing since late last school year, and by now they have become, according to everyone I’ve spoken with, a big family. “The overall level of talent here is amazing,” says Sarah Hession-Kunz, the only freshman to get a role....
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New Teacher: Matthew Mulrooney

October 22, 2012
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Matthew Mulrooney is a new Spanish teacher here at Concord Carlisle High School. Prior to working here, he taught Spanish in a Billerica middle school for four years. He also did a lot of traveling before he began teaching here. Teaching was not always his career plan; he actually originally majored in International Business....
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The Walking Dead Season 3 Premiere

October 22, 2012
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The Walking Dead Season 3 Premiere

The long anticipated beginning of The Walking Dead‘s third season on AMC premiered on Sunday, October 15th. The second season finale a few months before garnered an amazing 9 million viewers, making it the highest watched cable TV program of the whole week. It featured a plot-changing battle with the group’s undead foes, and...
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Say goodbye to Mr. Miller, teacher, and hello to Mr. Miller, assistant principal

October 15, 2012
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Say goodbye to Mr. Miller, teacher, and hello to Mr. Miller, assistant principal

Many CC students saw Mr. Brian Miller as a great Physics teacher and enjoyed their time with him in class.  Now, all the students at CCHS, not only the students in his former classes, can get to know Mr. Miller as he is now one of our new assistant principals.  Last year Ms. Truslow...
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Voices in the Caf: How to score well on the SATs and ACTs!

October 15, 2012
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Voices in the Caf: How to score well on the SATs and ACTs!

The chaos and stress of the standardized testing is slowly winding down for the current seniors, but it is just starting up for the juniors at CC. This Saturday is the Preliminary SAT. Here is some advice and remarks from current seniors on the SAT or ACT process.      
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Daniel Lewis: president of the freshman class

October 15, 2012
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Daniel Lewis: president of the freshman class

Growing up, Daniel Lewis’16 moved frequently, due to the fact that his dad is a helicopter pilot for the United States Army.  He has lived in “too many places to count” but says that the most exotic location has been South Korea.  In terms of leadership experience outside of school, Lewis is the assistant...
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Show Review: Pilgrimage

October 15, 2012
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Show Review: Pilgrimage

The problem with living in an interesting and culturally relevant place like Concord, is that we tend to take it for granted. There’s so much history lying around that people just forget that it’s there. However, now and again we see something that reminds us how special Concord is. Annie Leibovitz’s photography show and...
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New Teacher: Christine Mancuso

October 15, 2012
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New Teacher: Christine Mancuso

Welcome Christine Mancuso, a new teacher in Special Education! She first became interested in the field through her interest in psychology. Mancuso had previously studied counseling psychology, but wanted to work in the public sector. Before her interest in Special education, Mancuso had spent eight years working in the film and video industry in...
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