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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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Moot Court Kicks Off at CC!

February 12, 2015
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Moot Court Kicks Off at CC!

CCHS has long had a tradition of academic excellence and success, and in many ways those ideals are best embodied in the Denis Cleary Moot Court Competition. The tournament revolves around close 5-4 Supreme Court cases, and each team is given one side of the case (the petitioner or respondent) and is given several...
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Students Participate in the 1:1 Student Forum

February 12, 2015
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Students Participate in the 1:1 Student Forum

In order to ensure greater student participation in the school’s decisions, Mr. Badalament recently held a forum in hopes of answering questions about the new 1:1 program. The administration aims to have a conversation with many who are interested in the measure and want to ensure that they can dispel any rumors or misinformation that students or faculty might...
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Why I Still Love Snow Days

February 12, 2015
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Why I Still Love Snow Days

As I’m sure is news to absolutely no one, Concord and Carlisle is experiencing a record breaking amount of snowstorms, and CC has gotten a seemingly absurd amount of snow days as a result.  As Editor-in-Chief of a paper that meets on Mondays, I can personally say that snow days have created a huge inconvenience for...
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ADL’s Effect on Me

January 12, 2015
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ADL’s Effect on Me

This year, in all sophomore advisories, we were asked if we wanted to be a part of the ADL peer leadership program (Anti-Defamation League).  I was told that a few times during the year, we would take off time from school to go to Ripley and learn about fighting back against racism and stereotypes. For me,...
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iqh Fest 2015

January 12, 2015
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iqh Fest 2015

            This February marks CCHS’ second annual iqh fest, featuring 13 acts that represent Concord-Carlisle’s talent. The event will take place Saturday, February 7th, at 7pm in the CC Learning Commons and will feature students and teachers alike. The Facebook event has approximately 80 students already attending, and the radio...
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New Year’s Resolutions: How to Keep Them

January 5, 2015
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New Year’s Resolutions: How to Keep Them

Time and time again, people have made a list of New Year’s resolutions and promised themselves they will do them all. Often the list consists of a series of self-improvement goals such as losing weight and staying fit as well as plans to save money and try new things. But time and time again, these same...
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iPhones?!?!

January 5, 2015
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iPhones?!?!

Readers of The Voice, please bear with me while I rant over the cracked appearance of my fresh iPhone 5c. I got my iPhone 5c a year ago, and exactly one year and three days later the stone floors of my kitchen delivered the final blow that would send cracks spiraling through my phone. I...
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What’s with the New Year?

January 5, 2015
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What’s with the New Year?

Each time New Year’s Eve rolls around, and I see people wearing trendy headbands and year-themed glasses waiting in excitement for the ball to drop, I think: why now?  After all, January seems a most untimely month to begin a new year.  As it takes place in the depth of winter, the celebration does not...
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Beyoncé and Chimamanda Adichie

December 15, 2014
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Beyoncé and Chimamanda Adichie

R&B singer-songwriter, dancer, self-described “modern-day feminist”, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter is, and has been, the hottest name in pop music. Among teenagers, her hit single, “***Flawless” is possibly the most quoted song in a caption of a girl’s profile picture.  The fifth single released from her self-titled album, “Flawless” is delivered on top of a trap-influenced beat. Upon further research, I was...
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