Month: March 2013

Voices in the Caf: graffiti incident

(Co-written by Monica Chen’14 and Anagha Chandra’14)     “The assembly was good and the more casual nature was helpful.” -Eliza Henry ’14 “We should treat this graffiti incident in the strongest possible way” -Larissa Vrablik ’16 “It was interesting…

It’s not an earthquake, I promise…

If you happened to be sitting in an H building classroom trying to take notes off the ActivBoard, you may have noticed your vision getting blurry and the board shaking violently. Don’t worry, it’s not an earthquake. You’re not alone.…

CCHS holds assemblies to promote understanding

On Thursday, March 21, CCHS held four assemblies aimed at promoting understanding after racial graffiti was found the previous week. Each grade level attended a different assembly where a panel of juniors and seniors spoke. Jalen Joncas ’13 opened the…

It is a FIRST for the Robotics team!

This year, the CCHS Robotics team made it to the FIRST Robotics Competition regionals semifinals, lasting from March 7th to March 9th at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). The FIRST Robotics Competition, or FRC, is designed to “combine the excitement of…

The Madness of college basketball playoffs

  It’s March Madness time again in America. March Madness, for all you athletically disinclined, is the bracket-guessing battlefront for college basketball teams. For sports fanatics, that means checking scores, watching games on their computers and devices during the day,…

WIQH Studio Jam: A testimony to talent

CCHS has always been home to a host of aspiring musicians, not to mention music fanatics. So when WIQH’s Battle Of The Bands was cancelled this year, it wasn’t quite enough to stifle the talent so many students have to…

Obama to Give Graduation Speech

CCHS has recently received the amazing news that President Barack Obama has been booked to speak at our graduation this June. We were all surprised to have such a high-powered speaker, but Obama insists that it is his pleasure. “I…

Tired Teachers List Pet Peeves

Teachers at CCHS, fatigued from rattling walls, nauseous from writing on quivering ActivBoards, worried about falling behind on curriculum and thus on grading thanks to unpredictable weather patterns, and driven mad from noxious fumes and strange animal noises emanating from…

Facebook Finds a Place in School

Seniors have started to reflect on their time spent at CC and are now lending praise to an essential facet of their high school careers: the unsung hero, as it were, of their education.  “I don’t know where I would…

College No More!

Attention seniors: our nation’s universities have given up the ghost. What with more and more students throwing themselves off the Cornell gorge each year and stress levels at an all-time high, President Obama issued an Executive Order today decreeing that all…