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Concord High School, Concord, New Hampshire

The Crimson Review

NASAs Orion flickr photo stream includes a number of images from the spacecrafts recent flight. Here, Artemis I, Flight Day 5. Orion spacecraft takes a selfie while approaching the Moon ahead of the outbound powered flyby - a burn of Orions main engine that gets us into lunar orbit. During this maneuver Orion came within 81 miles of the lunar surface.

NASA going back to the Moon

Bandhan Sarki, Crimson Review staff
January 27, 2023
Darlynda Colby, Dominic Watterson, Zawadi Bora and Kate Warburton pose near ACCESS artworks.

ACCESS students sell art at Dos Amigos

Kari Zwick, CHS Special Education teacher
January 27, 2023
Destruction of Russian infantry combat vehicle by Ukrainian troops in Mariupol, per Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.

Russians blunder in Ukraine

Taylor Minery, Crimson Review staff
January 25, 2023
Klondike tweeted in August that it may bring back this popular treat in the coming years. No timeline has been announced.

Bring back the Choco Taco

Logan Gagne, Crimson Review staff
January 25, 2023
Students often play with Winston to help tire him out.

Meet Winston

Erin Martel, Crimson Review staff
January 19, 2023
Snow coming, finally

Snow coming, finally

Toby Fusco, CHS science teacher and meteorologist
January 18, 2023
A view from the wings of the stage in the auditorium shows students preparing for their upcoming production of The Laramie Project.

Apply soon for CRTC Theater & Film program

Keegan Johnson, Crimson Review staff
January 18, 2023
Photograph: Pink roller skates with black laces

Stay safe, skaters

Simone Gagne, Crimson Review staff
January 6, 2023
This photograph of a stocked brook trout was taken in Errol in June 2022 during a weekend camping trip with family.

Trout season can’t come soon enough

Miles Solsky, Crimson Review staff
January 6, 2023
Polizos, who is Greek, chose the name Hyperion after the Greek god for light.

Hyperion is creating his message

Bekah Manseau, Crimson Review staff
December 22, 2022
The 2022-2023 marching band poses during the first day of band camp last summer.

Holiday concerts follow fundraising success

Bekah Manseau, Crimson Review Staff
December 12, 2022
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