Tag: college

Trouble in an Ivy Covered Paradise

  There seems to be trouble in the paradise of the upper-middle class population seeking higher education after high school. Is the dream of the Ivy League education really all that it is cracked up to be? For those who…

Should College Athletes Be Paid?

College sports have become massive franchises for many schools, bringing vast donations from alumni and huge merchandise sales. Money brought in from ticket sales, donations, and media rights drive college sports, and the athletic departments of countless schools. According to Marc…

Students’ Tips for Dealing with Stress

With college applications, those both pending and in the works, midterms, various tests, and other academic or personal challenges at this time, it can be very easy for students to be stressed. If you feel overwhelmed because of all of…

Tips and Tricks for the SAT’s and ACT’s

The start of the New Year can mean a lot of things for different people. To many, it means making resolutions and improving this year. However, for some students, the New Year also means facing one of the biggest challenges…

Goodbye, Ben and Jack!

It’s that bittersweet part of the year again; it is time to bid farewell to our senior editors.  This year we have only two departing: Ben Kuettel, Arts & Entertainment Editor, and Jack Struck, Tech Editor. Ben joined the Voice…

College No More!

Attention seniors: our nation’s universities have given up the ghost. What with more and more students throwing themselves off the Cornell gorge each year and stress levels at an all-time high, President Obama issued an Executive Order today decreeing that all…

The history of the SATs: Nazis, Communists, and hot dogs

Thursday, March 7th at 2:30 in the Little Theater, Dr. Nurenberg, an English teacher at CCHS, presented a Reuttgers Seminar on the secret history of the SATs. The title was “Will this be on the Test? The secret history of…