Month: February 2016

Oscars 2016: Red Carpet Review

The 88th Academy Awards had a successful red carpet! Here is a list of hits and misses from last night:                 I hope you enjoyed the Oscars!

Movies: A Year and a Half in Review


Collaborator: Angelica Shaw ’16 So, I think it’s fair to say that we have had a lot of movies over the past year and a half and every one involved in a particular film was as dedicated to their performance as the next.…

CCHS Sleep Challenge!

A man sleeping

We all know that sleep is a highly sought-after resource for high school students. When we’re bogged down with homework during the week, sometimes it can be tough to get in even 6 hours of sleep, or less! Now, it’s…

Super Tuesday Tomorrow!


Tomorrow is a big day for the 2016 presidential race! Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont and Virginia are all voting to decide who will be the Democratic and Republican nominee. Furthermore, Alaska, Wyoming, and North Dakota…

Mastering “Mnemonic”

The full cast of Mnemonic

This past Saturday, February 27th, our very own CCHS Theatre Ensemble performed Mnemonic at the Massachusetts Theatre Guild’s 85th annual high school competition.  The word Mnemonic.  If you’re like me, you probably had to look up the definition for that…

Playoff Time for CCHS Men’s Basketball


CCHS Men’s Basketball finished the regular season with an 18-1 record and a 3rd straight DCL championship. The team also had the longest winning streak in CC Basketball history. They are ranked 1st going into the playoff and have high…

Voices in the Atrium: Leap Day Edition


Co-written by Grace Pacelle Leap day is a time to celebrate and reunite with family and friends. It is an extra day to embrace and use wisely, and for those high schoolers who were born on this wondrous day: to…

Is Hillary Clinton Really That “Electable”?


A word that features quite a bit in political discourse right now (especially that of the Democrats) is “electable.” It is generally used to put down candidates who are thought to have no chance in the general election. In this…