CdS Sunrise

Doughnut experiment

Written by Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

March 8, 2013

This year I’ve learned a variety of things in my classes such as how to throw chalk onto a board, understanding famous movie quotes, learning about different religions and cultures, and reading literature from countries all over the world. The thing I found most interesting this year is a video I watched in economics about...

Senior Blog

Written by Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

March 4, 2013

As a senior, I’ve had to sit through a bunch of classes that I thought were boring and useless. However, now that I’ve applied to college, been accepted and am ready to start, I’ve noticed something truly amazing: Corona offers a lot of classes with dual enrollment. You’re probably thinking, okay well why is this important?...

Classics Declassified

Written by Josh Ambre, Online Managing Editor

February 20, 2013

As the English teacher makes her rounds among the rows of desks, depositing on each one a paperback copy of some archaic text, the collective groan that inevitably reverberates through the classroom has become almost expected. The scene is nearly always the same; whether the book is written by Hawthorne, Melville, Chaucer, Dickens,...

Book Blog

Written by Jacqui Marzocca, Editor-in-Chief

January 14, 2013

With all the pressure of Honors English to read different books, throughout high school I have rarely found time to read out of pure enjoyment.  Over winter break, however, a friend recommended the novel Looking For Alaska by John Green.  Everything from the front cover to the final page of the novel draws you in and it is ...

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 17

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 17

Written by Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

December 18, 2012

Day 17: This sweater is called Big Blue due to the fact that it is extremely large and blue. (There's a Fi...

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 15

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 15

Written by Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

December 17, 2012

Day 15: This is one of the last sweaters I bought to fill the empty spaces left in the calendar. ...

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 16

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 16

December 17, 2012

Day 16: This sweater is called "The Scottie" due to the fact it has the most adorable dogs on it. I found ...

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 14

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 14

Written by Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

December 17, 2012

Day 14: I love this sweater because it's so big and comfortable, not mention it kept me nice and ...

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 13

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 13

Written by Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

December 17, 2012

Day 13: This sweater is called the Tessabear. Sadly, the sweater she gave me that I was suppose...

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 12

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 12

Written by Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

December 17, 2012

Day 12: This sweater is called "It's Not Easy Being Green" based off the quote from the ever-so...

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 16

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 16

Written by Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

December 17, 2012

Day 16: This sweater is called "The Scottie" due to the fact it has the most adorable dogs on it. I found ...

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 11

Stephanie’s Sweaters Day 11

Written by Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

December 13, 2012

Day 11: This sweater is called Questionable because not a single person is able to figure out w...

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