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Murder, Love, Betrayal: Chicago Is a Hit

May 18, 2015
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Murder, Love, Betrayal: Chicago Is a Hit

The CCHS Theater Company’s production of Chicago over this past weekend proved to be a huge hit, filling the theatre for each of the four shows. I attended the show on Saturday night, and the auditorium was sold out. With enticing elaborateness and drama, the musical lit up the stage with talent of all sorts....
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God Help the Child: Another Masterpiece at 84

May 18, 2015
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God Help the Child: Another Masterpiece at 84

Toni Morrison, Nobel-Prize winner and one of the most epochal writers of her generation, has just released a new book. Provocatively titled God Help the Child, the novel is written from the points of view of several characters: the mother, Sweetness; her insecure daughter, Bride; and Bride’s ex-boyfriend, Booker, whose brother was murdered when they were young....
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Our Spring Music Picks!

May 18, 2015
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Our Spring Music Picks!

As spring rolls in, we here at The Voice are typing our way into the new season and turning up the tunes. Springing (pun intended) into new music, a few of our editors have compiled their spring music favorites for us below!       Angelica King-Shaw: Hozier‘s self-titled Album:  Listen here After seeing...
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Gender Equality Club to Screen Girl Rising Documentary

May 18, 2015
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Gender Equality Club to Screen Girl Rising Documentary

CC’s Gender Equality Club, though only founded this year by Ruthie Block ’17 and Madi Bode ’16, and advised by Ashley Anderson of the Math Department, has quickly become one of the most popular and active groups on campus.  The club meets weekly to share personal stories about sexual assault, engage in conversations about sexism in...
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American Idol to end after 15 seasons

May 11, 2015
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American Idol to end after 15 seasons

Next year, American Idol will end after a fifteen season run.  Pop stars like Kelly Clarkson (2002) and Carrie Underwood (2005) got their start competing on the show during its heyday.  The original trio of judges: Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, and Randy Jackson were legends for the first eight seasons, adding spunk and personality to every episode....
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The Best Dressed at Prom!

May 11, 2015
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The Best Dressed at Prom!

Prom was filled with glamorously dressed students, all of whom had gone all out to look their best.  Here are some of our favorite looks from the night! Nicki Saleh ’15 rocked an unorthodox boho look.  We’re obsessed with her statement floral headpiece and chic black gown.  She could have walked off the pages...
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Cinco de Mayo

May 4, 2015
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Cinco de Mayo

If you take Spanish, you will probably be able to figure out what Cinco de Mayo means, but for people who don’t know, it refers to the fifth of May. Cinco de Mayo is a holiday celebrated in the U.S. and Mexico, mainly in the state of Puebla.  In Puebla, it is called El...
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Age of Adaline Falls Short of Expectations

May 4, 2015
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Age of Adaline Falls Short of Expectations

Walking into the theatre with my ticket, despite there only being about fifteen other people there, I was still holding onto a hope that Age of Adaline would be a movie worth paying eleven dollars to see. It was clear within the first ten minutes, however, that the new drama would not live up to my optimism....
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Go Set a Watchman

May 4, 2015
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Go Set a Watchman

Harper Lee is releasing a new novel after 55 years of relative silence in the literary community. Her last book was the famous To Kill a Mockingbird, a bildungsroman concerning the trial and subsequent death of an innocent African-American man accused of assaulting a white woman, as seen through the eyes of the young and rambunctious...
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Check Out Rixton

April 13, 2015
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Check Out Rixton

The name Rixton may sound familiar to many, but the story behind their rise to success may be less well known.  From Manchester, England, this group really became well-known at the start of 2013.  They were going around to small local venues to gain attention for their style of music, which mainly consists of...
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