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Alumni Update Article

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As the last day of classes for seniors approaches, May 26th, CCHS Voicers have started to think of the end and begin to reflect on the past year. As a senior I have begun to wonder and reflect on my…

Voicers’ Advice: Second-Semester Senior and Still Stressed?

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Dear Voice, Should I be worried if I am a second-semester senior and I am still stressed?  I am already into my first-choice college, but I am still extremely stressed by school. From, Stressed Senior   Answer:  I completely understand the…

In Defense of the Humanities

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College has been a looming presence throughout my entire high school career, as it doubtless is for many students at CCHS and around the country. In the recent months, though, it has transformed for myself and my senior classmates from a…

What To Expect for Senior Year, Juniors

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It’s October 17th. Many early college deadlines are coming up on November 1st. And with November 1st deadlines, you need time to show people your essays and time to proofread your overall applications. AND it is recommended that you don’t wait…

The PSATS/NMSQT, as a sophomore? Yes or No.

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Last Saturday, October 15th, CCHS hosted the PSATS/NMSQT. The PSAT stands for Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, and can be called the preliminary SAT. The benefits of taking The PSAT as a sophomore are plain to see. It provides a practice…

CCHS: A Year in Review

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It’s been another whirlwind year for CCHS, with students excelling in the arts, sports, and academics.  We began discussions on student stress levels and mental health, traveled around the world through different exchange programs, and saw an incredibly successful college…

Senior Year Bucket List

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Sixteen days.  That’s all the days of high school seniors have left.  Only three more painful Monday morning wake ups, only thirteen more A blocks spent struggling to stay awake in between sips of Dunkin Donuts.  Less, if you have APs…

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…