Student parking at DHS has long been the proud mark of being a senior, that one daily privilege that the underclassmen could only wait patiently for. Until now. As part of a fundraising campaign, junior class officers Kylie Maier and Courtney Kyritz have decided to raffle off one parking spot around the oval for one lucky junior to drive to school second semester.
You may have seen her featured in the opening scene of Theatre 308's musical last year, Beauty and the Beast. She was the one with the pointe shoes. Senior Caroline Schau is a serious ballet dancer, but not the kind of ballet that most people stereotype as "girlie."
You may have seen it in the news, heard your parents mention it over dinner, or as signs on lawns throughout Darien: it's the Shuffle Referendum, due to happen on December 13th. Read on for Chris Janson's explanation of this weighty topic - this may be a way for you to make a difference in this town.
Neirad Enilno is Darien High School's student-run newspaper. This website is updated monthly with news, articles, profiles, and reviews written by students. We invite all members of the DHS community to submit articles on any topic, in any format, at any time. To submit an article or to propose an idea for an article please contact the Neirad faculty advisors: Sybil O'Hare and Sean Otterspoor
Not all Italian cuisine is made the same. This is exactly what Cesco’s Trattoria, a newly opened Italian restaurant located at Goodwive’s that opened last month, is trying to prove. With all authentic Italian dishes and recipes passed down from generation to generation, Cesco’s is an amazing dining experience from the first meal to dessert. Read this review to find out exactly what to try when you go!
Neirad reporter Kylie Maier delivers probably the most comprehensive guide to Darien's many kinds of iced coffee that has ever appeared in print or online. From Whole Foods to Donut Delight to Espresso Neat, she has it covered.
Getting your wisdom teeth removed is a typically painful rite of passage for many a modern teenager. The procedure is talked about in hushed tones and plenty of gory mythology surrounds the popular surgery. But what is it really like? Neirad writer Michael Coe got his wisdom teeth yanked to find out.
Just two towns over in Greenwich, the Jones family puts on a Christmas lights spectacle that attracts a nightly audience from all over the tri-state area. See how one billionaire puts on a yearly show for all to enjoy each holiday season.
Four guys set out to complete a bucket list of 100 things they wanted to do before they died and set out to complete them. Neirad interviews one of these guys, Dave Lingwood, a star of MTV’s “The Buried Life” and asks him some personal questions about his project and himself.
In case Facebook wasn’t enough social media for the students of Darien High School, Twitter has given kids a new way to communicate and inform their friends what they are up to. Neirad digs up some of the more interesting Twitter names from the halls of DHS.
Junior Claire Treesh loves her cozy room, with the walls lined with paper plate awards and decorations signifying her passion for dance, swimming and travel. A pineapple fan presents the perfect finishing touch. Come take a look!
For seven years the DHS ski and snowboard club had been going to mountains all over New England. However, despite the club’s best efforts, participation had been going down. The club is striving to have a rebirth and show the DHS community how much fun these trips can be and how nice it is to get outside.
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Some seniors and members of the DHS faculty followed this tradition, now in its fourth year at our school. Check out Neirad's coverage of this charitable fashion statement.