The CavChron

Empanada Extravaganza

Sara Swabowicz, Co Editor-in-Chief

May 28, 2014

The annual Empanada Night, hosted by the Spanish Club was a success once again this year. Students ate a wide variety of empanadas ranging from cheese, meat, dessert and more. Students colored, listened to Spanish music at the event and got to hangout with fellow empanada enthusiasts. ...

Students create a mural inspired by Spain

Students create a mural inspired by Spain

Sara Swabowicz, Co Editor-in-Chief

May 14, 2014

Savannah Werne, '14, and Holly Eisenberg, '16, created a mural in Sr. Basbas' room depicting Spain and its various regions. The mural also includes popular cultural aspects of Spain including Flamenco dancing and bull fighting.

Fearless in France

Emma Close and friends standing in the Eiffel Tower.

Sara Swabowicz, Co Editor-in-Chief

May 14, 2014

Most students view senior year as the last year they spend at home, but Emma Close, ‘14, decided to take the opportunity to go abroad for her senior year, and expand her horizons before starting her college career. Close boarded a plane for France in the summer and has had countless memories since--...

Boston stronger

Seniors Maddy Snow and Jess Ciarcia handed out water at the 5th mile mark of this year's Boston Marathon.

Harrison Newman, Contributor

April 24, 2014

If you are from New England, then the Boston Marathon is not just an event, but a holiday and celebration of community. It is always held on Patriots Day which is in honor of those that risked their lives to create the United States. A year ago, on April 15, two terrorists planted bombs at the finish...

Vamos a Boston

A featured piece at the MFA called

Sara Swabowicz, Co-editor-in-chief

April 24, 2014

On Tuesday, April 22, the Spanish Club went on a field trip to Boston to tour the Museum of Fine Arts, and have lunch at an authentic Mexican restaurant in the area called La Siesta. The goal of the field trip was to immerse students in Latin American culture. At the MFA students viewed the exhibit...

Trebuchet talk

Sara Swabowicz, Co Editor-in-Chief

April 23, 2014

In March, physics classes were assigned to do the annual trebuchet project, and they have been busy at work ever since trying to create the perfect design for the project. Students had to create groups ranging from two to five students, and together, each team needed to build a trebuchet, and create...

That’ll be $2.61, or .006 Bitcoin

A sign that may be seen at locations, or on websites that accept Bitcoin as currency.

Jonathan Northcott, Contributor

April 9, 2014

I first heard about Bitcoin during Economics my Sophomore year when the price was hovering around $1.00. Two years later, the cryptocurrency hit an all time high of $1124. Bitcoin is an electronic currency that was created in order to cut out the middleman. There isn’t a central hub where Bitcoins ...

Facing off in the Frozen Four

Boston College taking on Denver in the first round of playoffs at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA.

Sara Swabowicz, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April 2, 2014

On March 29 and 30, NCAA Division I hockey regionals were held at four locations around the country-- Saint Paul, Minnesota; Cincinnati, Ohio; Bridgeport, Connecticut; and Worcester, Massachusetts. Like every other year, only sixteen teams made it to the first round of playoffs on the road to the Froze...

Student council elections moved to March

Sara Swabowicz, Co-editor-in-chief

March 25, 2014

In past years, annual student council elections have been held in May, but this year, elections will be held on Wednesday, March 26. Speeches will be given to classes during Cav Block, and voting will follow during lunches. All though elections will be held this week, new members elected onto council will not beg...

Field frenzy

Senior Sydney MacLeod running down the field in a game against Souhegan.

Sara Swabowicz, Co-editor-in-chief

March 18, 2014

As the spring sports season draws near, the girls’ lacrosse team is still searching for a field to play at. After various incidents last year, including the injury of a referee, the girls’ field has been deemed unsafe for play. This has the team frantically searching for a new location to host their ...

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