Month: May 2014

The Down Low on High School Partying

We have heard the rumors, seen some questionable pictures on Facebook, perhaps even skimmed the occasional police log entry from the Concord Journal about a raucous party getting broken up. Maybe you have participated in one of these infamous high…

Fighting the Stigma Against Mental Illness

A New York Times article was recently brought to my attention by a psychology teacher here at CC. The article, titled “Depressed, but Not Ashamed,” is written by Madeline Halpert and Eva Rosenfield, two high school students in Ann Arbor, Michigan.…

Final Art Show Held at the Concord Art Association

The Concord Art Association held the final art show of the year, featuring senior portfolios from AP Art, AP Ceramics, and AP Photography. The show will be up until June 6, so be sure to check it out! I went for…

“Not All Men” – Yes, All Women

Elliot Rodger, 22, went on a killing spree in a Californian college town after releasing a Youtube video detailing his motives: he meant to get revenge for all the women who had rejected his advances in the past. We could…

Softball Coach Lisa McGloin Bats 300… Wins!

  Late in the afternoon of Memorial Day yesterday, head coach of the CCHS Varsity Softball team Lisa McGloin secured her 300th career win as CC topped St. Mary’s High School 3-2, away at Lynn. The poster had been prepared and…

Salute to Senior Editors

Once again The CCHS Voice must say goodbye to an outstanding staff of senior editors. Every year it is our privilege to salute our outstanding seniors and to predict where they will be when they return to CCHS for their…

Movie Review: The Normal Heart

Last Sunday, HBO debuted The Normal Heart, a largely autobiographical film adaption from the 1985 play of the same name, that chronicles the outbreak of the HIV-AIDS crisis. This film is a journey through the very bleak and frightening landscape…

The Comedy of Errors Ends an Era

CCHS Drama’s spring Shakespeare play, The Comedy of Errors, came and went this past weekend.  This play, which students have worked on for the past few months, was one of Shakespeare’s earliest and shortest plays, but was entertaining nevertheless.  Mickey and…

In the Defense of Soap Operas

As an eighteen year old girl, I’ve gotten a lot of really weird looks when I say that I am addicted to watching soap operas. I understand the confusion; most soap operas are horribly melodramatic and low quality. In practically…