“Fast food culture” in high schools

May 23, 2019 The Arrow 0

BY AMANDA HEPBURN, ERIC SCHAFER, RACHEL SKINNER The sound of crinkling McDonald’s wrappers and the smell of sugary donuts is becoming more and more common in American high schools as the school cafeteria does not […]

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Lucid dreaming: what is it?

January 25, 2019 The Arrow 0

BY LAUREN ESCHENBRENNER If you were given the choice to control your dreams, would you? Would you want to experience your greatest successes with the ability to control the outcome? Or would you want to […]


The SAD days have begun

December 13, 2018 The Arrow 0

BY LAUREN ESCHENBRENNER As of November 4th, 2018, the clocks “fell back” one hour from Daylight Savings Time to start the shift back to Standard Time. In the summertime, Daylight Savings Time is a great […]


The Curfew Question

April 26, 2018 The Arrow 0

BY JACK HORVATH Curfew is a part of life for teenagers. Connecticut Law states that a teenager who has their driving license and is under 18 may not be on the road past 11 p.m. […]


How Baking Improves Mental Health

April 26, 2018 The Arrow 0

BY ANNA POLEYESTEWA No matter the type of day someone’s having, the smell of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies fills the house and puts a smile on anyone’s face. In addition to brightening a person’s […]


The Clean-Up Crew

April 26, 2018 The Arrow 0

BY BEN RUSH 4:30 a.m. That’s the time that Clyde Livingston, one of the seven custodians that work at Canton High School, gets up on a normal school day morning. 6:00 a.m. That’s the time […]


What’s in Your Notebook?

October 9, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY RACHEL TARINELLI Not every high school student is very good at staying relaxed in class. After all, there’s only so many consecutive minutes one can sit through a presentation without getting a little fidgety. […]

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