Events

Canton schools celebrate Veteran’s Day

December 11, 2019 The Arrow 0

BY LAUREN ESCHENBRENNER, MARA LLOYD, and KAYLEY PASKO On November 8, 2019, Canton High School celebrated Veteran’s Day with a school-wide assembly, which included music, speeches, a video, and special guests.  Canton High School’s Social […]

Features

Spotlight on West African drumming

December 11, 2019 The Arrow 0

BY ABBY CHARRON Canton Middle School that everyone is looking to sign up for. Not only does this experiential teach students in 8th grade basic musical skills, it also includes culture, auditory senses, and opportunities […]

Opinion

Why homework does not equal better learning

December 11, 2019 The Arrow 0

BY MARA LLOYD Along with school, occasional stress and anxiety are parts of any American teenager’s life. It’s well-established that there is a connection between the two— there’s already plenty of evidence to support that. […]

Arts & Literature

Surfacing

December 11, 2019 The Arrow 0

BY THERESE McCLAIN Fear can control you. It can be of a person, an object, a  place. But for her it was different. She had let herself be consumed by her inner thoughts. She had […]

Features

Town of Canton 2019 Election Special

October 30, 2019 The Arrow 0

On November 5, the Town of Canton will hold local elections to fill the seat of First Selectman, and seats on the Board of Education, Board of Finance, and the Board of Selectmen. On October […]

Features

VSCO fever

October 23, 2019 The Arrow 0

BY ABBY CHARRON, LAURA DIMARTINO, AND RACHEL SULLIVAN Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook are all well known social media platforms; however, one social media platform that has skyrocketed within the past year is VSCO. VSCO is […]

Opinion

Planet Earth: the good news

October 23, 2019 The Arrow 0

By MARA LLOYD Lately, the only articles with the word “earth” in the title are about the rising of sea levels, the extinction of a species, or what percentage of plastic is actually recycled. It’s […]

Arts & Literature

Hook, Line, and Sinker

September 25, 2019 The Arrow 0

BY LEN LANGE Dramatic. That was her favorite word, wasn’t it? It certainly seemed as much, given she’s said it twelve times in the past five minutes. He’s done little more than slink back as […]

News

Greta Thunberg’s environmental impact

September 25, 2019 The Arrow 0

BY LAUREN ESCHENBRENNER On Wednesday, 16 year old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg was named as one of four winners of the 2019 Right Livelihood Award, known as Sweden’s alternative Nobel Prize. She was also […]

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