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No state championships since 1958? No problem. Find out how this team is playing like they never have before and looking to bring home a championship to DHS. I bet you didn't know that 1.5 million high school students experience physical abuse from a dating partner a year. This month is Teen Dating Violence Awareness month and there is much more you need to know. Sales for George Orwell's 1984 have been booming since Trump's inauguration. Is this a freaky coincidence, or does this have a deeper meaning? Click here to see what students and teachers at DHS think. February 14th, is it a day for love or a day for businesses? Find out here how Valentine's Day has lost its meaning. 

February: 2017

 

The Neirad Daily

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Breaking News

The Return of Blue Wave Basketball

By Will Pegler - February 14 '17

alexNo state championships since 1958? No problem. Find out how this team is playing like they never have before and looking to bring home a championship to DHS.

 

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

By Grace Feingold - February 14 '17

flowersI bet you didn't know that 1.5 million high school students experience physical abuse from a dating partner a year. This month is Teen Dating Violence Awareness month and there is much more you need to know. 

 

'1984' Sales Increase: Is it Trump Related?

By Libby Markham - February 14 '17

trumpSales for George Orwell's 1984 have been booming since Trump's inauguration. Is this a freaky coincidence, or does this have a deeper meaning? Click here to see what students and teachers at DHS think. 

 

Valentine's Day: It Sends The Wrong Message

By Taylor Davis - February 14 '17

candyFebruary 14th, is it a day for love or a day for businesses? Find out here how Valentine's Day has lost its meaning. 

 

 

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Neirad Enilno is Darien High School's student-run newspaper. This website is updated monthly with news, articles, profiles, and reviews written by students. We invite all members of the DHS community to submit articles on any topic, in any format, at any time. To submit an article or to propose an idea for an article please contact the Neirad faculty advisers: Sybil O'Hare and Jennifer Record

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Sports

A Short History of Hockey Flow

By Arden Cohen - February 1' 16

hockeyWant to know about the origins of hockey flow? Click here.

 

 

Ice, Tape, Repeat:
A Profile of the DHS Athletic Trainer

By Chris Vernal - January 13 '16

trainerMeet the women who helps DHS student-athletes stay in the game.

 

 

College

Senioritis Infects Second Semester Seniors

By Grace Feingold - January 13 '16

senioritisWarning: Senioritis is infecting second semester seniors. Read this and see who hasn't survived the zombie apocalypse.

 

College Process: EDs and Interviews, Oh My!

By Claire Borecki- December 9 '16

acceptance ratesIt's the first big wait for college acceptances, but the work just keeps pouring in.

 

Pop Culture

What does the Trump Election Mean for the US?

By Arden Cohen- December 9 '16

flagWill he make America Great Again? Find out here.

 

 

Millennials, Say your Goodbyes to Black Friday

By Claire Borecki - December 2 '16

black fridayThe holiday traditions may be fading away, or becoming a new entity altogther.


Politics

North Dakota Pipeline

By Eva Criscuolo - January 13 '16

protestProtesters may have won the battle, but will they win the war to stop the North Dakota Access Pipeline?

 

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Student Life

Legally Cast!

By Natalie Christopher- February 1 '16

words of adviceWhat is it like to audition for a show at DHS? Learn about the process here.

 

New Year: Same Great Depot

By Matthew Alvarado - February 1 '16

depotNo. It is not the train station. It's something much better.

 

 

Coffee: What's The Big Deal?

By Mary Lawrence Huffman - February 1 '16

coffeeThe most relied upon beverage by students at DHS, who's drinking it and where to get more of it.

 

Reviews

Girl on a Train: At Risk of Being Derailed

By Camille Infurna - December 9 '16

Girl on a TrainEmily Blunt struggles to redeem this Gone-Girl knockoff. Can the twists of a romantic mystery win over an audience?