CRHS Students Saving Lives

By Natalie Labasi and Lizzie Whitaker On March 2, 2017 Coginchaug held its annual blood drive in the gymnasium. The drive was open to any 17-18 year old Coginchaug students and any staff member who wanted...

Opinion: The Purple Tide

At the end of the 1990s and during the first decade of the 2000s, Latin America lived a movement of political change, during which the neo-liberal democracies of the twentieth century leaned to the political...

Technology is Bugging Out

Although bugs currently cannot be engineered to have the capabilities of real ones, the engineers from Draper have revamped failed experiments with a new, more technologically advanced approach. There are many...

“Egg”ing on Senior’s CUS Project

What came first, the chicken or the egg? In this case, it’s Kaylie’s Coginchaug Senior Project (CUSP). Senior Kaylie LeMere took advantage of the opportunity, given to graduating seniors, and cleverly...

Hatred on the Homefront

Hatred is nothing new. Since the beginning of time, a hate-stricken society has been fueled by unjustified racial prejudice. According to a study created by ThinkProgress, a left-leaning news organization, 261...

Book of Mormon: Review

The Book of Mormon Taylon Fay Taking a clever and satirical swing at current-day religion, Matt Stone and Trey Parker have brought their comedic genius to the stage. Peppered heavily with edgy topics...

March 2017 Club Updates

By Jack French and Sydney Brant ECO: Hunger is a life-threatening problem throughout much of the world. Coginchaug’s ECO-Club is doing their part in our small community to help the problem. Eco is...

Coginchaug Cracks Down

Coginchaug has recently installed a new rule, dealing with the time period for students missing work due to absences, that doesn't seem to be going over well. Despite what was written in the handbook, there...

The Benefits of Being Bilingual

      America is commonly known as “The Great Melting Pot,” meaning that people of all different religions and ethnicities and who speak different languages come together to live in one country. Many...

Diving into the Playoffs

Coginchaug/Lyman Hall swimming regular season ended on Feb. 21. The boys ended up losing their last two meets of the regular season, making their record fall to 4 wins and 6 losses. The boys still have a...

Girls Basketball: Not Done Just Yet

*Story Below The Coginchaug Lady Blue Devils traveled to St. Bernard High School in Uncasville, Connecticut where they recently won the Class S State Championship in 2012. The Devils entered the game...