Author: Jenna Wong

CCHS: A Year in Review

Principal Badalament croons a couple of old hits

It’s been another whirlwind year for CCHS, with students excelling in the arts, sports, and academics.  We began discussions on student stress levels and mental health, traveled around the world through different exchange programs, and saw an incredibly successful college…

Best Dressed at Prom!

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Prom season means one thing to us here at the Voice: fashion!  We love checking out everyone’s gorgeous dresses and tuxes – as well as all the effort put into hair, makeup, and accessories.  Here are some of our favorite looks…

Senior Year Bucket List

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Sixteen days.  That’s all the days of high school seniors have left.  Only three more painful Monday morning wake ups, only thirteen more A blocks spent struggling to stay awake in between sips of Dunkin Donuts.  Less, if you have APs…

Southie’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is Boston at its Finest

This member of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy's marching band got the crowd cheering wildly with his cymbal-clashing antics

This past Sunday marked South Boston’s famous annual St. Patrick’s Day parade, filled with revelers, military veterans, and lots and lots of Celtics jerseys.  Despite living outside of Boston for seventeen years now, this was my first time attending, and…

CC Students Travel to West Virginia on Mission Trip

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Many of you may have noticed the abundance of students wearing matching forest green shirts in the hallways today and perhaps wondered what event was uniting them.  Several dozen CC students traveled to Webster Springs, West Virginia, this past break…

Voices in the Learning Commons: Midyear Stress & Studying!

Left: Carlos Piedad '16
Right: Alec Marzot '16

As midyear season looms ahead, CC students are feeling a mixture of nerves and relief at the thought of almost reaching second semester.  We asked students in the Learning Commons how stressed they were for their upcoming exams and what…

El Niño To Blame For Warmer Weather

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This winter has been, so far, one of the most disappointing I’ve ever experienced in the seventeen years I’ve spent living in Concord. It’s just cold enough to make me shiver (even inside my house with the heat and a…

Briana J. Bigby Memorial Scholarship Event!

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Many at CC remember Briana Bigby, a CC graduate who was killed in Boston in 2013.  Briana “had devoted her life to social services organizations,” and as a fitting tribute, her family has established a scholarship fund in her memory.  This…

Voices in the Atrium: New Parking Situation

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Elisa Loy ’16: I think the administration fixed it now because now my sister and I don’t have to wake up at 6 a.m. just to get a spot.         Amanda Shorey ’17: I just really hate…

Treat Yourself (And Others) This Holiday Season

In Concord, we have numerous blessings to be thankful for.  Indeed for many, it can feel awkward to ask for more gifts during the holiday season, especially when people around the world are suffering.  However, there is a way to…