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Post Prom Fashion Show

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Boys’ Indoor Track

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Katie Tan, Reporter @ktanCourant After the past winter of practicing, the boys indoor track team concluded their successful season at FCIACs on February 2nd. The team was led by senior captains Jake Grigsby, Michael St. George, and Abhinav Pal. Senior co-captain, Michael St. George, ran in the 600 meters. He placed 8th with a time of 1:28.44. Then in the 1600 meter, junior Max Koschnitzke placed in 7th finishing with a time of 4:43.8. Later he also ran in the 3200 meter race with a time of 10:18.28, putting him in 11th place. Scoring first place, junior Sean Knight…

What really goes on behind the screen?

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By Sofia Paloka and Brooke Holland, Centerfold Editors @bhollandCourant    @SPalokaCourant After a long day as a New Canaan High School student, many find themselves retreating to the quiet comfort of their bed with a computer on their lap and phone in hand ready to unwind. With Netflix streaming the latest episode of Friends and scrolling through Facebook on their phone, most couldn’t imagine a better way to destress. On one lazy afternoon, student *Paul was startled to find Safari unresponsive and a faded wifi symbol at the top of his computer screen. Little did he know this wasn’t simply a…

Holiday DIY disastrous attempt #2

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Holly Santero, Senior Editor @SanteroCourant I wish I could say that my second holiday DIY went as well as the first one, but it did not. I found this “geometric snowman” project on  MiniEco.com and thought it’d be easy since it was a print-out. All I needed was a sheet of paper, scissors, glue, and tape. If I though it would be easy, I was slightly mistaken. The first part, assembling the head, wasn’t too difficult though and didn’t turn out too badly. Surprisingly, it looked a lot like the website’s version Unfortunately, the snowman’s body did not go as…

Students take on winter choir and band concerts

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Caroline Castle, Reporter @ccastlecourant For many students in the high school, going to class is a grind and not something to look forward to, however, this is not the case for the student musicians. The NCHS Choir and Band Program serves as a place where students can express their love for music and share this passion through performance. On December 14, the Choir program will be performing their annual winter concert at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. According to Sarah Gleason, the choir instructor, the choir and Madrigal Ensemble, a group of choir students who meet after school, have been preparing…

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