Month: May 2013

Nine Places to Eat Before You Die

  Sultan’s Kitchen: If you’re ever in downtown Boston and feel like eating something besides subway or pizza, Sultan’s Kitchen (116 State Street, Boston MA) is a great choice.  They serve wonderful Turkish food with a varied menu including many…

The Not-So-Great Gatsby

I’ve always been a fan of book-to-movie adaptations, unlike many bookworms who rail against how films corrupt the original story.  Personally, I feel that witnessing a scene through visuals can actually make the plot more engaging for the audience.  So…

Keep an Eye Out for the May Chinese Newsletter!

The Chinese classes have been slaving away on this year’s newsletter, to be released Tuesday, May 28. Organized, designed, and compiled by Chinese 5, the bulk of the content comes from Chinese 3 and 4. A tradition begun last year,…

CC Track is Ready to “Do Some Great Things!”

This year, the track season has been going great! “We have a lot of really talented athletes who work really hard, and that’s good,” states Coach Stephen Lane. “This season has been awesome,” says one of the captains, Michaela Haller…

Evan Boynton is Muscle Milk High School Player of the Week

Evan Boynton’12 was recently named one of the two Muscle Milk High School Players of the Week. This year he played on the CC Varisty Football, Basketball, and Lacrosse team. Check out his feature here: http://www.bostoncannons.com/news/7346/muscle-milk-high-school-players-of-the-week/

Promenade and Its Perks

Prom 2013 – this year was the first year that junior and senior prom were combined. The results were awesome, at least in my opinion. Everyone looked beautiful, and although the skies were cloudy and there was some sprinkling, people…

你好, China!

On Wednesday, April 10, various students in Chinese 2, 3, 4, and 5, some Honors, gathered on the greens outside Concord Carlisle High School to bid their parents goodbye. The sixteen students -Abby Wilcox ’14, Tobias Harvey ’14, Sam Bartlett…

Tie-Breaker Election Results

It is rare that high school politics are the highlight of hallway gossip but with the recent, unprecedented tie-breaker for the upcoming senior Senator election, elections have taken a turn from an annual, lack luster procedure to something slightly more…