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The Reality Fair: Welcome to the Real World

April 14, 2014
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The Reality Fair: Welcome to the Real World

High school is a time of transition; freshmen finally escape middle school, sophomores become juniors, juniors start planning for colleges, and seniors are on the brink of finally tasting reality. It is a well known fact that the freedom of adulthood comes inherently laden with responsibility, and while high school prepares students academically for...
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Prom Information

April 7, 2014
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Prom Information

Prom season is almost here, so make sure to not miss any of the following dates in preparation for the big day! April 3 -17 – Prom tickets will be on sale. Ticket sales will END before April Vacation. There will be no ticket sales after the end date, so if you think you...
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Miley Cyrus to Perform at CC Prom

April 1, 2014
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Miley Cyrus to Perform at CC Prom

As many of you are well aware, the Junior/Senior Prom is quickly approaching. The highly anticipated event will be held this year at  Gillette Stadium on May 3rd. Many talented DJs and performing artists are hired every year to jazz up the night, however, this year’s selected performer will be the most notorious star...
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Voices in the Caf: What Do You Think Happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

March 17, 2014
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Voices in the Caf: What Do You Think Happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

What do you think happened to Malaysian Airlines Flight 370?          
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Blood Drive Success!

March 10, 2014
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Blood Drive Success!

Last week the hallways were adorned with bright red posters displaying the slogan “not all heroes wear capes.” These posters publicized CC’s first blood donation drive, sponsored  by the Student Senate and InterAct club, and the motto is true. In places like Concord, Carlisle, and Boston, people want to make the world a better...
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The SAT is: (a) Outdated (b) New

March 10, 2014
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The SAT is: (a) Outdated (b) New

Is there a correct answer? The SAT claims to test knowledge learned in high school in order to gauge how prepared a person is for college. The students and much of the faculty at CC, however, are well aware that the only way to be successful on the SAT is to study specifically to...
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Join the Medical Club!

March 3, 2014
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Join the Medical Club!

Concord-Carlisle has always been home to a wide variety of school clubs, such as Chickenscratch, ping pong, and Biology Olympiad. There was even once a graffiti club and a rubix cube club. Ariana Chirban’16 is now a contributor to the world of CC clubs, having just founded the Medical Club. The Medical Club is...
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The Oscars 2014 Predictions

February 24, 2014
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The Oscars 2014 Predictions

    The predicament about modern entertainment – professional sports, music, television – is that most people either care vehemently or not at all. The same principle applies to the Oscars coming up on March 2nd. For some, the Oscars are one of the many frilly awards for an equally useless industry. For others,...
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Movie Review: Join Dallas Buyers Club

February 10, 2014
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Movie Review: Join Dallas Buyers Club

Dallas Buyers Club tells the true story of Ron Woodroof, played by Matthew McConaughey, a homophobic southern playboy type who is diagnosed with AIDS and has 30 days to live. He spends the movie fighting for his life, for other’s lives, and against the FDA who are administering ATZ drugs in harmful doses that actually...
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The Snow Day Debate

February 4, 2014
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The Snow Day Debate

The day before a snowstorm always triggers the endless debate of “snow day or not?!” Before starting each class, students are eager to hear their teachers weigh in on the issue, giving various predictions on their  fate. The most eager enthusiasts are the senior class, the only people in the school building who don’t...
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