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PERSPECTIVE: Cantor voices support for dress code changes

Holly Dayton

October 23, 2010

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By Jules Cantor '11, Sports Section Editor On Thursday, October 14, 2010, Jack Wildman delivered news that the CCDS upper school student body was greatly anticipating: dress code reform. At the end of the 2010 summer, I had...

PERSPECTIVE Contest Winner: CCDS lacks school spirit

Amanda Young

October 20, 2010

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By Lilly Fleischmann ’11, Contributor As a lifer at CCDS, I have attended my fair share of school football games. In middle school, the best thing about games was hanging out with friends in the field behind the concession...

PERSPECTIVE: Why guys should watch Gossip Girl

Amanda Young

October 13, 2010

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By Robert Park '11, Contributor Why is it socially unacceptable for a guy to watch Gossip Girl? Aside from the preconceived notion that Gossip Girl is meant for teenage girls, the show has a great storyline about privileged ...

POLL: Hirsch's next hairstyle

Megan Bonini

April 9, 2010

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Athletic Director Theresa Hirschauer has asked Scroll readers to help her choose her next hairstyle.  What's your pick, from these six options? Have another idea?  Describe it in the comments! [polldaddy poll=3001213]...

Senior spring break, in Haiti

Allison Lazarus

April 7, 2010

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By Micaela Mullee '10, Contributor Two months after Haiti's devastating earthquake, on March 15, Olivia Eichenseer, '10, and I stepped onto Haitan soil—not as aid workers, but as tourists.  In fact, as seniors on Spring Break. As...

POLL: Which of Mrs. Mapes' candy treats is your favorite?

Megan Bonini

March 10, 2010

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US Administrative Assistant Andi Mapes has generously put candy out in her office for students for many years. Of the various treats she provides, which one is your favorite? [polldaddy poll=2819250] Photo courtesy of bewarethech...

VIDEO: What are you doing over Spring Break?

Will Portman

March 8, 2010

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PERSPECTIVE: Wrong that college acceptances define students

Allison Lazarus

February 25, 2010

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By Jayne Caron, '10, The Lens Section Editor For a month I was practically the only senior to not be accepted into any college. Although theoretically I knew that it was unlikely I would be rejected from all 16 of the colleges...

POLL: How many hours of sleep do you get on an average school night?

Megan Bonini

February 24, 2010

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We students spend eight hours a day at school, and many more doing homework, playing sports, and participating in extracurriculars. Given all these time commitments, plus others, how much sleep do you get on an average school...

POLL: What's your favorite type of Girl Scout cookie?

Will Portman

February 19, 2010

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Thin mints?  Caramel deLites?  Shortbreads?  With many Girl Scout cookies being delivered to students and faculty this week, what's your favorite type? [polldaddy poll=2728586] Photo courtesy of bfeedme.com.

PERSPECTIVE: At what cost? Why health care is a right

Allison Lazarus

February 18, 2010

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by Cody Pomeranz '11, Sports Section Editor Nikki White should be alive today.  She should be at her home in Tennessee enjoying a fruitful and long life.  She should be laughing with her friends and her mother, Gail.  She...

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