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Dylan Gardner: A New Voice in the Pop Industry

February 23, 2015
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Dylan Gardner: A New Voice in the Pop Industry

17-year old Dylan Gardner lives in Pasadena, CA.  He spends most of his time writing and recording music, doing gigs with his four piece band, or singing with his brother Mark, who plays the drums.  The past ten years he has spent writing and performing his own music.  He not only taught himself to play more...
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Oscars Red Carpet 2015: Special Edition!

February 23, 2015
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Oscars Red Carpet 2015: Special Edition!

In this special edition of the red carpet reviews, Angelica King-Shaw and Tia Zhang give their opinions on many different Oscar styles. Sit back and enjoy!   Tia: Gwyneth Paltrow could have done without the rose shoulder pad- it just sets the whole look off balance. Angelica: It reminds me of that Pretty in...
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Vacation = TV Overload!

February 23, 2015
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Vacation = TV Overload!

As we integrate back into the rigorous schedule of the High School student, tales of February break are circulating around the student body. Though a few lucky peers were able to venture to tropical climates, most were left high and dry to brave New England’s arctic conditions. To withstand the copious amounts of snow,...
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Nate Ruess’s “Nothing Without Love”

February 23, 2015
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Nate Ruess’s “Nothing Without Love”

I have been waiting anxiously for three whole years for a new album by the popular band Fun., but recently the members, Nate Ruess, Andrew Dost, and Jack Antonoff have gone off to do their own things. Andrew is scoring movies, Jack is in “Bleachers” and Nate has gone solo. However, they recently posted on their...
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Where to Put CCHS’s Six Lost Days?

February 23, 2015
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Where to Put CCHS’s Six Lost Days?

This year is, by anybody’s account, one with an extremely high amount of snow days. We’ve barely seen a Monday or Tuesday schedule since midyears! Blizzard after blizzard, the snow continues to be a challenge. Coming into the school for sports practice on one of these snow days, I was able to see whether or not the call...
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Men’s Hockey Makes the Playoffs

February 23, 2015
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Men’s Hockey Makes the Playoffs

With a clutch win against Leominster, the CC Men’s Hockey Team made the playoffs with a final record of 10-6-4. The team started the season 1-4-1, but went on a 7 game unbeaten streak to help propel them to the #9 seed in the playoffs. “We were struggling early, but we worked hard and...
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Inherent Vice Gets Snubbed at the Oscars

February 23, 2015
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Inherent Vice Gets Snubbed at the Oscars

It’s post-Oscar season now, which means that popular opinion and the mainstream critical voice have spoken. Some films won unexpected, but wholly deserved, praise (i.e. Birdman), while others were passed over with nary a glance. Inherent Vice belongs in the latter category, as it didn’t win either of the two Oscars it was nominated for, one...
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The Vamps: Just Another Boy Band?

February 12, 2015
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The Vamps: Just Another Boy Band?

Our generation seems to be over saturated with boy bands. We’ve had the Jonas Brothers, One Direction, Big Time Rush, the Wanted, and 5 Seconds of Summer, just to mention a few out of the millions. Over time, pop culture has developed a sort of love-hate relationship with them. I, for one, have nothing...
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Fencing Celebrates 50 Years of Success With a State’s Victory

February 12, 2015
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Fencing Celebrates 50 Years of Success With a State’s Victory

This past weekend, CC’s fencing team did spectacularly well at the Massachusetts State Fencing Championship.  The boys’ team won first in the state, and the girls’ team placed second.  This accomplishment is especially noteworthy because the CC fencing program, one of the strongest in the country, turned fifty years old this season.  CC has...
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