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What’s for lunch?

September 20, 2018 4:39pm | Crimson Review staff

Students and staff interviewed earlier this week had different opinions about what to eat when lunch time rolls around. They also had many different lunches. As some students gobbled up the dish of the day — on Tuesday, it was General Gau’s chicken and rice, […]

Young at heart, slightly older in other places

September 20, 2018 12:20pm | Crystal Garcia, Abigail LeClair and Emma Nakuci

On Saturday, September 8, from 12:30 to about 2:30 p.m., Concord High School’s Class of 1948 held its 70th class reunion at Heritage Heights. Some 40 people, 22 alumni and friends combined, came together in the Great Hall to celebrate and catch up with people not […]

Vacations can bring adventures

June 8, 2018 2:17pm | Michaela Hayes

While many Concord High School students will be working or babysitting all summer, some may have a chance to travel across the country or even outside the United States, as older members of Girl Scout Troop 20507 did in April when they headed south for a […]

Summer plans beckon

May 31, 2018 10:30am | Lilly Egounis-Musumeci, Grace Leonard

As summer gets closer, people start to get more excited about the end of the school year and plans for vacation, regardless of whether those plans include travel. A few students, like freshman Cooper Leppard, do plan to leave town. “I’m going on a cruise […]

Who’s a celebrity? And why?

May 24, 2018 6:14pm | Allison Silverstein, Corban Thibodeau, Jacob Wescott

There are a number of ways to measure the popularity of celebrities. These can range from how talented they are for their age, how often they are mentioned, the number of followers they have on social media, the amount of advertisements they participate in, or […]

Fortnite Battle Royale on the rise

May 2, 2018 8:28am | Eben Bragg

Fortnite Battle Royale is a survival video game in which players build structures and collect weapons to eliminate other opponents. There is a limit of 100 players per game who all battle each other, either alone or in 2- or 4-people teams. There can only […]

Winter reprieve

January 16, 2018 10:12am | Madison Crawford

Science teacher Jason Petzold enjoys the balmy 32-degree temperature while serving his outside rover duty last Wednesday morning, Jan. 10. Petzold is outside every Wednesday and Friday morning during Period 2 to make sure students are not going off campus when they should be staying in […]

Sunday at the Deerfield Fair

October 24, 2017 7:28pm | Matthew O'Brien

The 141st Deerfield Fair ran from Thursday, Sept. 28, through Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. New England’s oldest “Family Fair,” as it is called by those who run the fair, draws more than 100,000 people each year to exhibitions, contests, vendors and amusement rides. From the […]

Inside Deerfield Fair’s best apple crisp stand

October 23, 2017 8:26am | Madison Crawford

On Thursday, September 28, the Deerfield Fair opened its gates for the weekend and the first of thousands of visitors began arriving to see exhibits and view competitions. They also came to eat, and vendors like Joshua Whatmough, who owns the Deerview Orchards apple crisp […]

Psyched!

June 9, 2017 1:29pm | Rebecca Malloy

Students in AP Psychology classes celebrated Concord High’s annual “Psych Fair” Wednesday, June 7, with experiments and presentations during Period 6. Topics included sensation, perception, conformity, obedience, learning, memory, stereotyping, personality and more. “A high level of conformity was shown in various experiments, which was a very […]