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Spring Sports Update

June 8, 2015
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Spring Sports Update

The 2015 spring sports season here at CC has been marked by an exemplary amount of success, and four teams are still competing for a chance at the state title. Boys’ Baseball: Today, our thirteenth-seeded boys baseball team will play away against fifth-seeded Lynn Classical in the Division 2 North Quarter Finals. The team is...
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Tech Turmoil: The 1:1 Discussion Intensifies

June 8, 2015
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Tech Turmoil: The 1:1 Discussion Intensifies

With the official 2015 graduation having taken place on Saturday afternoon, the focus of the student body and of the administration now naturally shines ahead.  In looking ahead toward the 2015-2016 scholastic agenda, the topic of 1:1 has resurfaced in administrative meetings. Most recently, the teachers have been reviewing the results of the prognostic...
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A Year in the Life of CC!

June 8, 2015
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A Year in the Life of CC!

You might think of this time as the end of the year and the close of all the events that took place during the school year. However, I would recommend you change this thinking process so you recall the great happenings of the school year, and remember it is the beginning of the summer. The...
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CC Softball Wraps up Season as DCL Champs

June 8, 2015
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CC Softball Wraps up Season as DCL Champs

CC Softball has finished their season with a record of 14-5, after losing in the playoff game against Andover. However, this was not before earning the title of DCL Champions, continuing their fourteen-year streak, on May 27th in their game against Boston Latin with a win of 8-7. Lauren Harrington ’16 says that “We...
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Seniors Graduate!

June 8, 2015
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Seniors Graduate!

For several days now, the halls have been noticeably clearer and less congested. The senior class, roughly a fourth of the school, haven’t been in CCHS for some time, but last Saturday it finally hit home that the seniors are leaving forever. On that Saturday, hundreds of soon-to-be CCHS graduates waited in anticipation for...
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The Voice’s Year in Review

June 8, 2015
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The Voice’s Year in Review

It’s been a hectic and enjoyable year serving as The Voice’s Editor-in-Chief, and I’m incredibly blessed to have had such a strong staff of writers generating informative and entertaining content each Monday.  I combed through every article we published this year and came up with a list of the strongest, funniest, and all-around best...
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How to Live a Healthier Life

June 8, 2015
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How to Live a Healthier Life

A healthier life is a happier life. Small steps and little changes make big impacts. Explore Nature Go outside! Wake up a little earlier to walk around in your neighborhood and watch the sunrise, go on a hike, explore a nearby park, and soak up the sun (safely!). Being outside can dramatically improve your...
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What’s Wrong With Standardized Tests

June 8, 2015
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What’s Wrong With Standardized Tests

They’re everywhere; if you attend any school in the U.S., you have to face an unending battery of standardized tests in order to graduate. However, there is still a great deal of controversy and debate about the merits of these tests. One particular point of concern is the fact that, statistically, those children whose...
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Saying Goodbye to Our Voice Seniors

June 8, 2015
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Saying Goodbye to Our Voice Seniors

On Saturday, two people important to The Voice graduated.  Arts & Entertainment Editor Nathaniel Fisher ’15 and Associate Editor Rachel Bratton ’15 will be moving on to the real world (Cornell and UMass Amherst respectively), and we at The Voice want to thank them and bid them a fond farewell. Nathaniel joined The Voice...
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The 2015 NBA Finals

June 8, 2015
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The 2015 NBA Finals

It’s that time of year again, NBA finals! Last night was Game 2 of the finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The finals kicked off with a neck-and-neck, nail-biting first game that went into overtime and resulted in a win for the Golden State Warriors. Game 1 of this year’s playoffs...
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