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Yaks: No Longer Just for Nepal

November 10, 2014
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Yaks: No Longer Just for Nepal

Forget about Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; there’s a new app on the social media scene, and it’s spreading like wildfire.  It’s called Yik Yak and it is the very latest way to interact online.  Think of it as a modified version of Twitter.  Once users download the app, they can anonymously post “yaks” which...
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Nanae + Concord: The 2014 Japanese Exchange

October 27, 2014
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Nanae + Concord: The 2014 Japanese Exchange

For the past 20 years our town of Concord MA has had a sister city relationship with the town of Nanae in the Hokkaido prefecture of Japan.  This relationship, which stretches back more than two decades, has been strengthened not only by the exchange of students but through joint meetings such as concerts and...
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UNDEFEATED: CC Men’s Soccer 2014

October 20, 2014
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UNDEFEATED: CC Men’s Soccer 2014

Last summer, the world was transfixed by the fast paced and highly competitive action of The World Cup.  You don’t have to go to Brazil, however, to watch quality men’s soccer; in fact it’s only a quick walk up to the turf fields to watch our very own CCHS soccer team play.  The soccer program...
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The 2014 H.E.R.D

September 15, 2014
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The 2014 H.E.R.D

Summer is officially over, and the transition to fall means the start of the high school football season. The team at CC this year is led by captains Matt Shenton ’15 and Andrew Kielar ’15, as well as head coach Mike Robichaud. Going into the season, The Boston Herald ranked CCHS as 25th in the...
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Finals Week DELAYED!

June 16, 2014
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Finals Week DELAYED!

Earlier today vice-principal Brian Miller announced that finals week will be moved from the week of June 23rd to the week of June 30th.  Mr. Miller cited an unusually high snow-day count as the cause for the last minute change; “we want to make sure that our faculty and students alike  had enough time to...
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Sochi 2014: Olympics Controversy and The Uneasy Games

February 10, 2014
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Sochi 2014: Olympics Controversy and The Uneasy Games

The 2014 Winter Olympic Games opened this past Thursday in Sochi, Russia.  Though on the surface with an extravagant opening ceremony and contemporary event venues, these Olympics appear to be like any other, there is underlying uncertainty around these Games.  The whole setup seems incongruous and somewhat hostile, from the location to the danger...
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CC Puck 2014!

January 6, 2014
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CC Puck 2014!

It’s that time of year again.  The air is a bit cooler, the wind a little harsher and the fans a bit rowdier; that’s right – it’s CC Puck season.  Last season, the CC Patriots went toe-to-toe with some of the best teams in the state tournament, with a deep playoff run that ended...
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Dear Black Friday Shoppers

November 25, 2013
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Dear Black Friday Shoppers

You may have heard about the typhoon that recently hit the Philippines.  It has been marked with gruesome death tolls, pictures of desolation and heartbreaking eye witness accounts.  The U.S. Military and the Red Cross, among with other humanitarian organizations have been helping the Philippines recover from this terrible disaster.  Every major news agency...
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Fall Sports End with a Bang

November 13, 2013
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Fall Sports End with a Bang

This past weekend was a packed weekend for CCHS sports, with the football, boys and girls soccer, volleyball and cross-country teams all participating in playoff games.  The weekend kicked off with a Friday night home football game against the Woburn Tanners.  The score was 17-0 at halftime and the Patriots came within an inch...
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Ranger Beguelin: The Field Hockey Experience

October 31, 2013
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Ranger Beguelin: The Field Hockey Experience

This fall, a new precedent has been established for our sports teams, namely the new co-ed status of both the field hockey and football teams.  Abby Ojemann ’14 became a kicker on the typically all-boy football team and Ranger Beguelin ’14 became the goalie for the typically all-girl field hockey team. You might know...
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