Ever wonder what happened to the familiar faces of students walking the halls of DHS? People who were once regularly sighted on DHS campus during the course of perhaps multiple school years are now a thing of the past. Where did these students go? Why did they leave? Find out all the kids who are missing from DHS this school year in Where Are They Now.
Want to know how private your facebook page is? Thanks to a new iPhone facebook application, people can pinpoint your exact location while using this social network system. Read to find the precautions one must take in order to keep this personal information off the internet.
We’ve all seen it played at the Hogwarts stadium; we’ve watched anxiously as the quaffle soars through the hoop and the seeker tries to snatch the golden snitch. However, in recent years, there have been unsuccessful attempts to create a Quidditch team. With all new members, could this finally be the year that the team gets off the ground?
As SAT results start coming in, Neirad Enilno looks at the growing trend of wealthier towns scoring top results in relation to the lower income areas. But are these numbers even relevant anymore? The ever-growing list of score-optional colleges answers that question.
World famous violinist Mark Wood lit up the DHS stage. Our own musicians may have been a bit taken aback by the retro rocker look. Then they learned there is so much more to Wood than bad 80s hair and clothes when they had the privilege of taking the stage with him.
Ever wonder what goes into your lunch? The DHS lunch program features a plethora of options that are carefully selected to be appealing and nutritious. With an intricate menu featuring deserts, salads, and a sub shop, students can choose any dish. Read more to learn how your lunch is selected!
Upon signing up for classes as freshmen, most students opt to enroll for a full year of Ceramics as it allows them to complete their one art credit early on. However, the growing number of students who sign up for Ceramics 2 seems to indicate that, for many, the class may fulfill more than just credits. Fortunately, the art department has now created Ceramics 3 in the hopes of satisfying the pottery needs.
Not many students can put pilot on their college resume. Back in 1982 there was one senior who was already flying his own plane. Joe Ursone flew and repaired planes during his time at DHS. Here is a look at this distinguished alum.
Today almost every high school student would say they have a Facebook. It is the way of socializing today. But have you ever wondered how it all began? “Social Network” is a box office hit. Allison Wetterauw tells you whether to accept this movie request.
Do you have Halo Reach fever? Hundreds of boys are feeling the effect of the riveting graphics and gaming as the new Halo hits the market. Some students say its toxic and just another distraction from school work. Taiki Miki decides if it is worth the $60.
Bold, brash, and unique doesn't even begin to describe the rap mogul Kanye West. While he may be outspoken and outrageous, his music backs his reputation. Find out the low-down on Kanye's album due out later this year, and the new singles he's releasing every Friday.
You may see have seen Collin Shay walking through the halls but most of you probably don’t know about his remarkable musical talent. This senior sang his way into being accepted to Julliard. See how Collin was able to wow this renowned school!
Most students know what it’s like to experience computer problems. But we are lucky to have two reliable men: Sam and Joe to keep us online. Take a look and see what really is behind the job of maintain hundreds of computers each day.
Neirad takes a look at what happens behind the curtain of “Inherit the Wind.” Senior Will Doughty manages the chaos of this latest Theatre 308 production. It is a talent that comes with much hard-earned professional experience.
A couple of years ago, a group of seniors set out to increase the attendance at Blue Wave sporting events through the power of Facebook. This year, a pair of seniors aim to revive the Blue Wave Super Group, and show opposing teams what Blue Wave Pride is all about.
Go big or go home is an understatement when you take a glimpse at senior Dillon Zaro's super-sized Hummer. With some excellent features not seen from the outside, this Hummer truly becomes larger than life in the DHS lot. This H3 is one of the last of this automaker's final production run before calling it quits.
Sure, you've seen the usual collection of sweet cars that Hot in the Lot has to offer...but have you ever read about a motorized bike? With a killer exterior and sick controls, Alex Schenck's bike is like nothing you've seen before. Read more about this junior's unique mode of transportation.
Most of us are guilty of it: texting while driving. However, a new mobile device by "Got2bwireless" is out to change that and make the roads safer. Frank Lombardi takes a look at this device, and reveals whether or not it can win the War Against Texting.
From Dana Howe’s calm and cultured room Neirad Enilno moves to a girl who feels like a princess each time she steps out of bed in the morning. Jelena Pesa’s formal and fancy décor embody the true meaning of what it feels like to wake up in a fairytale. Check out Jelena's Crib in our new Enilno redesign makeover debuting this month.
Theatre 308 will put on its fall drama, “Inherit the Wind” this month. But some aspects to this performance will make it very different from other 308 productions, let alone other Inherit the Wind productions. Find out what’s so unique about this play.
This year at DHS, Mr. Coppock has been teaching his Prob & Stat class the skill of surveying and graphing the results. His 300 class started off the year by surveying 209 students in the cafeteria, courtyard, and library to get their opinions on the new bell schedule. Here are the results.
Are you tired of history class? Are you someone who constantly wonders, "How does the past relate at all to my life?" If you want a shake-up from the norm, DHS offers a contemporary issues class that discusses today's hottest topics in all sorts of fields.
Neirad Enilno is Darien High School’s student-run newspaper. This website is updated monthly with news, articles, profiles, and reviews written by students. Because Neirad Enilno is not constrained by size limitations we invite all members of the Darien High School community to submit articles on any topic, in any format be it print, audio or video, at any time. To submit an article or to propose an idea for an article please contact the Neirad faculty advisors Stacey Wilkins, Sybil O’Hare or Sean Otterspoor.
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