Ever felt like there is not a club out there that just fits you? As a student you have the power to change that. Starting a club isn’t as hard as it seems, just read on to find out how you can begin the process.
St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday that represents the unique culture and history of the Irish people. Yet to the greater percentage of Darien High School students, it is a holiday associated solely with dyed green food, shamrocks, and corned beef. This month, Neirad took a deeper look into what makes March 17th so special to the Irish.
People find inspiration for their style from many places: magazines, movies, televison. Neirad looked around the halls to see what fashion inspiration can be found right here in the school. Find out what Darien High School’s very own fashion icons have to say about their unique styles.
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
We can all spot a celebrity from a mile away, but what about the embarrassing moment when we mistake an average person for a celebrity? Check out these DHS student celebrity look-a-likes, you just might mistake them yourself
Although it has been announced that we must suffer through another six depressing, frigid weeks of winter, the only season that is on the mind of designers is spring. The trends of the Spring 2012 collections are out for the public to study.
The DHS Garden Club and Ceramics classes have combined cheery plants and handmade and glazed ceramic pots to send to Forgotten Heroes, a female veterans home in hopes that their love will give the women some hope.
Another year, another predictable awards show. With criticism mounting over recycled hosts, stale shows and safe nominees, the question is raised: just how relevant are the Oscars these days? And do people even care anymore?
They may not acknowledge each other in the hallways, but certain members of the DHS community get together for family reunions. That’s right: the school is stacked with cousins, and Neirad went ahead and uncovered who they are and what it’s like to share the school with your extended family.
No matter what grade you’re in everyone is trying to bust up their college applications with extracurriculars and volunteering. Now students can shave off a bit of their stress by having all their volunteering opportunities in one place with the new website Volunteer Square.
While the vast majority of Darien High School students have heard of figure skating, not many know of “synchronized skating.” However, among your classmates at DHS, eight have skated on a synchronized skating team. Check out this article to find out more about the nation’s fastest growing segment of figure skating.
As Mr. Keleher prepares for retirement, a suitable replacement had to be found. After a thorough search, it seems that the Athletic Department has found a great man for the job. Welcome Assistant Principal Mr. Michael Sullivan to the position of the Athletic Director of Darien High School.
There comes a time in the college basketball season where all of the work, sweat, and pride comes out in a three-week stretch. March Madness is not only a treasure for the players, but also a favorite among fans and students alike. But how exactly do you crank out a winning bracket and stand out amongst your peers?
Rick Santorum turns the 2012 Republican Primary for President around with big wins in Missouri, Minnesota, and Colorado. Second behind only Mitt Romney, Neirad takes a look of Santorum and his campaign thus far.
The competition is over and the results are in. Read more to find out which talented student won DHS’s Poetry Out Loud competition and has the opportunity to win a $30,000 scholarship.