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Senior premiers feature length film

Joey Hoff, Managing Editor

June 3, 2010

Filed under News

Fitted in their finest formalwear, students and teachers hit the red carpet Friday, May 14, for the premiere of “Scarred,” senior Nicolette Hatzidimitriou’s feature-length film and senior project. “The ‘red carpet’...

Students, teachers react to “State of the School” address

Kate Froehlich, Executive Editor; Mollyann Pais, Photo Editor; Gabby Joseph, Copy Editor; Charlotte Hagerman, Copy Editor; Alex Bahr, Copy Editor

April 3, 2010

Filed under Community, Student Life

Students and teachers on campus react to President Richard O’Hara’s “State of the School” address. ”Facilities well maintained with plan for future” “It does look cleaner. [However], I don’t look around ...

JC track & field gears up for a stellar spring season

Mollyann Pais, Photo Editor

March 18, 2010

Filed under Sports, Sports News

Bonding, improving, and running. These three things define JC track & field. Although the February blizzard pushed the season back a week, coach Rob Torres isn’t worried.  “I'm looking forward to a strong team with...

New club sparks cultural interest

Taylor Schafer, Features Editor

February 22, 2010

Filed under Community, Student Life

During the average career of a JC student, he or she might take one or two trips. It could be a spring break trip to Greece and Italy or a short camping trip to Assateague Island.  But most students don’t get the chance to learn about and experience a variety of cultures ar...

Ignorance towards ethnicity angers student

Alesia Etinoff, Contributing Writer

February 5, 2010

Filed under Perspectives

The administrators must really be patting themselves on the back because they finally got someone black to speak to the student body. But why? Did the students know the purpose of the woman dressed in her native garb, singing...

JCTV News 01/07/10

January 6, 2010

Filed under JCTV News


JCTV News 01/06/10

January 6, 2010

Filed under JCTV News


You’ve got mail

Alesia Etinoff, Contributing Writer

December 10, 2009

Filed under Perspectives

It’s bad enough when girls flaunt their barely developed, if not underdeveloped, assets a guy’s way blatantly. But “personal body ads”? Just as bad. “Body ads” is the paper form of sexting – only the guys don’t...

JCTV News 11/11/09

November 8, 2009

Filed under JCTV News, News


JCTV News 11/5/09

November 3, 2009

Filed under JCTV News


Boys’ and girls’ track teams finish strong

Katelynn Colgain, Editor

June 3, 2009

Filed under Sports

The middle of May is the most important time of year for the outdoor track team.  The heat, the pressure, and the competition of all the high schools in the MIAA/IAAM Conference come out to challenge each other.  Students run...

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