You may only look at the rows and rows of luxury cars in the student section of the parking lot but the teachers have sweet wheels too! Check out Athena Tsaparkis, DHS science teacher, in her cool blue 2006 Scion tC.
Many know Google as just a search engine competing with Yahoo. But the services that Google has to offer go way beyond internet browsing. Check out the other features that Google has to offer.
Neirad Enlino reporter Sam Nelson dives into the newly not-so-private aspect of Facebook. Learn more how people you don’t want to find your personal information can now stalk your wall and even be your worst nightmare in college rejection.
As DHS students start getting tired of Apple's iron grip, they are resorting to jailbreaking iPhones and iTouches to get even more out of their pricey device. Although this newfound power allows users to change much of their iPhone’s functions, how much can actually be accomplishing with cyber pirating?
The ski team has to travel more than one hour to practice and race in Southington, but this lengthy commute isn’t slowing the skiers down as they hope to compete for a title at this year’s state tournament.
High temperatures this winter have led to the worst pond hockey conditions in years. As the ice begins to slowly melt away, players are attempting to savor the limited amount of quality ice they have left before spring.
YMCA House Basketball closed yet another successful season on Feb 22. One of the season’s stars sat down with Sean Gill to have a look over his illustrious career on the court and look forward to D-1 playing time in New Jersey.
The DHS girls basketball team has never seen this amount of success in some time. Their new wave of success stems in part from powerful freshman center Meg Marren. You may recognize her from numerous pictures and blurbs that are sprinkled over the Darien News Review week to week. Laura Durham goes one-on-one with Wave’s newest star athlete.
Darien rowers joined athletes from all over the world - Germany, France, Denmark, Russia and Canada - to compete against one another in Boston on Feb. 14. Even though there were more than one thousand competitors, one team stood out from the pack. Find out why the Germans reigned triumphant in Boston.
This winter hasn’t been too bitter with Darien High School only landing a single snow day. Neirad Enlino decided to find out how DHS students and staff typically like to spend these rare but much appreciated days off.
Facebook, as well as being a major social network for people young and old, is also the site of many interesting trends. Finding your celebrity look-a-likes has become the latest in a long line of these Facebook fads. Its popularity has been so great that major news publications like Neirad have even covered it. Neirad Enlino’s Darius Majd looked into the issue to find out what sparked “Doppelganger Week”, and interviewed DHS students to see what the student body thought of the trend.
This month we feature Chopper as Neirad Enlino’s pet of the month. He is a great dog hoping a DHS student can turn things around for him after an early life of abuse and neglect. Read more how you can write the next much happier chapter in Chopper’s life.
To the Irish, St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday that holds a special place in their culture and history. Yet to the greater percentage of Darienites, it is a holiday associated solely with leprechauns, beer, and four-leaf clovers. Neirad took a deeper look into what makes March 17 unique to the Irish and Celtic culture.
Need another book to read? Set in the South in the 1960's and told in three alternating voices, debut author Kathryn Stockett captured a place on the bestselling lists this past year with her refreshing take on an old subject in The Help.
There is no shortage of places to grab a slice in Darien. But which one to choose is a tough choice. Neirad Enlino decided to check them out and report back. Claire Dickson and Katie Grozier sliced up nearly a dozen pizzas to help you figure out where to order that late night pie.
DHS students Julia Lang and Cecilia Lee traveled to an impoverished African nation over the summer to help give an orphanage called the City of Hope in Npagatcha Village a “beacon of hope”. This month, the pictures captured of Lang and Lee as well as a group of volunteers are being shown in a photo exhibition in the DHS library. Be sure to check it out!
Last Modified 03/1/11