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Yes, Senioritis Is Contagious

June 2, 2014
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Yes, Senioritis Is Contagious

Senioritis (n):  Feelings of intense laziness and unwillingness to focus on school, due to a growing lack of concern about one’s grades. Common among second-semester seniors already into college, and deemed acceptable by most teachers. This disease, which has already stricken the senior class, is rapidly spreading to the lower grades, who have now...
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New Theme for All Night Live

April 1, 2014
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New Theme for All Night Live

After much deliberation and cooperation with members of the senior class, the parents committee has decided on changing the theme of All Night Live 2014. The new theme is Middle School Dance. All Night Live is an all night event for graduating seniors after graduation. The event will take place in the CCHS cafeteria...
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Students’ Tips for Dealing with Stress

January 13, 2014
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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 the work you need to do or decisions you need to make about your...
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Teens for Jeans

December 2, 2013
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Teens for Jeans

Teens for Jeans, a jean drive sponsored by Aeropostale and DoSomething.org, has come to CC. This week, until Friday, December 6th, students can leave their own gently used jeans in the collection box in the Learning Commons. Aeropostale, the popular teen clothing retailer, has teamed up with DoSomething.org to start the Teens for Jeans...
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Voices in the Caf: What Would You Change About CCHS?

November 12, 2013
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Voices in the Caf: What Would You Change About CCHS?

If you could change one thing about CCHS, what would you change? Co-written by Sarena Sabine  
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CC’s New Advisory Off to a Promising Start

November 4, 2013
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CC’s New Advisory Off to a Promising Start

High school is a chaotic, busy time for most students, and Advisory is a rare moment when they can take a moment to reflect on their goals for the future and on where they are now.  This year, the new director of Advisory, Dana Graham of the English Department, has amped up the program...
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Dance Makes a Comeback, Raises Money for Cancer Research

October 7, 2013
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Dance Makes a Comeback, Raises Money for Cancer Research

In recent years, it has become common for every scheduled dance to be cancelled a few days beforehand. Though it seems the level of enthusiasm for dances has dwindled due to the introduction of breathalyzers in the 2o11-2012 school year, this recent trend appears to have made a dramatic turnaround. Last Friday night, the...
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New Building to be Finished by April 2015

September 23, 2013
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New Building to be Finished by April 2015

Good news for students and faculty!  The new building project is on budget and schedule, and, if problems do not arise, the project is due to be finished within a year and a half.  For the most part, the seemingly endless rumbling of bulldozers clearing the land is finally over.  The foundation has been...
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HOW TO WRITE AN ESSAY!

March 18, 2013
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HOW TO WRITE AN ESSAY!

If you are trying to survive the strange environment of high school academics, you have to be able to write an essay. The essay is generally a multi-paragraph writing assignment that teachers assign to allow students to explore their literary horizons through edits, revisions, critical thinking, sweat, and blood. In order to write an...
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Student Feature: Young Huang immigrant from China

May 14, 2012
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Young Huang is an immigrant from China transferring to spend the rest of the school year at CC. Hello, my name is Young. I just came to the United States recently because my whole family immigrated from China. The goal of immigration came from my uncle, who is already living in the United States....
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