Hide yo kids, hide yo wife, and hide yo husband, ‘cause the world is coming to an end out here. Neirad takes a look at the world’s impending destruction that is now less than a year away.
Have you ever wanted to branch out or explore your creative side? After three tests, an essay and sports practice, setting aside time for art is often difficult. However, sophomore Kyra Gardner and freshman Jackson McGoldrick have been inspired to deviate from the rigid schedule of a DHS student and evoke emotions through their art.
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
Whether they get caught or not, Darien High School students constantly find themselves causing trouble with the law. But, is it really their fault, or should those who are supposed to be guiding “role models” for these students—their parents—assume more responsibility?
Have you ever noticed a car in the DHS lot that doesn't have a parking permit? It may have belonged to a junior! See what DHS thinks about the current driving rules and regulations and what they think about juniors driving to school.
Students graduating DHS always receive a heartfelt ceremony, endless celebration, generous farewell wishes, and a warm welcome when they return home to Darien from all of their collegiate adventures. However, retiring DHS teachers hardly ever receive an equal amount of praise. DHS Athletic Director John Keleher has been leading Darien sports for over 10 years, and he has officially decided that 2012 will be his last season at DHS.
Many of you may have parents that check their Aspen accounts on a daily basis. Now, Aspen’s new feature gives a whole new meaning to parent involvement in their kid’s schooling. Read more about this new feature and what effect it’s having on DHS students.
Gym classes at DHS have come to be referred to as “boring” and “uncompetitive.” This year, though, a new group of classes were installed to help excite students about going to gym. After a semester of these classes, Neirad went out to discover how students are enjoying the new curriculum.
This year’s freshman class will have you seeing double. In fact there are so many sets of twins in the Class of 2015 that they were nominated for a spot in the 2011 Guinness Book of World Records. Read on to learn about the experience.
Gymnastics is a sport where athletes need to flip, swing on bars, walk on narrow beams and as a result these girls are really good at balancing in all aspects of their life. These girls have managed to balance school work, other teams, and personal relationships with their rigorous season.
She is seen as a bubbly superstar on stage but this fall she also showed off her talents in front of billions of people. Hannah Caldwell, one of our own Darien High School actresses, had the privilege this year to be in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Neirad had the opportunity to learn more about Caldwell’s eye-opening experience.
In the sea of blue and silver cars, a VW Beetle shines alone. The tiny car gets great mileage and makes the daunting task of parking a piece of cake, but is still able to transport the heavy textbook load of its owner between home and school. Read on for more about Abby Leinroth's sweet ride.