Senior DC Trip 2019
A Rainy Visit to Arlington National Cemetery
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A Heartfelt Trip To The United States Holocaust National Cemetery
Click to view Molly's Steller on the Holocaust National Cemetery.
Camden Yards: A Ballpark of HIstory
As the seniors of Coginchaug traveled to Washington, D.C., their first stop was to Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland. This ballpark is home to the Baltimore Orioles, and the park has a lot of interesting history behind it. The park became the home of the Orioles in 1992. At the time of its completion, Camden Yards was one of the most beautiful and well equipped ballparks. This is because the...
Damaging Evidence Revealed in the Impeachment Inquiry During Senior Class Trip to Washington, D.C.
As Coginchaug seniors were enjoying the senior trip in Washington, D.C., the House Intelligence Committee was wrapping week two of public hearings of the impeachment inquiry. Wednesday, in particular, was a historic day and crucial to House Democrats who are working to solidify their case for impeachment and removal of President Donald Trump from office. Here is who testified during the tri...
Senior Class Takes a Trip to Space
Shear Madness: A Unique Extravaganza
The longest-running play across America since 1963, Shear Madness, exceeded my expectations and kept the entire theater interested throughout the play. The play is about a murder mystery that takes place in a barbershop at John F. Kennedy Theater Washington, DC. The first 10 minutes of the play started out with just actions and music playing in the background. When it got to the real meat of the play, the act...
Shear Madness: Maddeningly Disappointing
Shear Madness is the longest running non-musical play in the world. It is an improv-based interactive play that takes place on one set, which is a barbershop named Shear Madness. In this barbershop, a murder of the landlord takes place, and there are two undercover cops who are in the store at the time. As the cops attempt to uncover the mystery of who killed the landlord, the officers call upon the...
An Exhausted Senior Class Perks Up For The National Zoo
What is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier?
Our nation’s most solemn monument was built as an homage to our soldiers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. Located in Arlington National Cemetery stands the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier which is an impressive eight-foot-wide, thirteen-foot-long, eleven-foot-high marble sarcophagus. It is decorated with six inverted wreaths which represent the six major campaigns of World War I. On the visible ...