Girl 1: I really wish this wasn't non-calculator... [gestures to math homework].
Girl 2: That's what I always say for every class - math, physics, chem, Spanish, history, English... "ugh, why isn't this non-calculator?!"
Senior: "Probable cause" is a terrible excuse - I could sneeze and the authorities would say "strip-search her!"
This has to go down as one of the greatest prom invitations in DHS history. In late March, junior Will Cornacchia took to the skies in the barrel of a massive fire truck to ask girlfriend Brittany Tiano to prom. Here's Neirad's exclusive photo coverage of the event.
Violet Hetson. She has lived in over 6 states, moved more than 10 times, and has attended over 8 schools. This native Californian returns back to Darien, bringing back her amazing artistic talent. Check out Violet Hetson's unique photography and read what its like to be back in our small 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
Now that spring has fallen upon us at Darien High School, attention has turned to the new batch of sports that will soon be the talk of the town. One team that is laden with talent but may not get all the publicity is the Boys Golf Team, which is primed for a huge season.
Looking for a warm, comfortable place in Darien to enjoy dinner with friends? Check out Darien’s newest restaurant, Darien Social. Located in the heart of town, Darien Social is the perfect place to enjoy simple American cuisine.
Though junior Patrick Durkin cannot yet vote, buy a lottery ticket, or even park his car in the school parking lot, what he can and is doing is running for Connecticut’s 25th District as a State Senator.
Break out your sunglasses, DHS, because spring has gotten off to an early start this year. No snow days and warmer weather during the winter has been beneficial to students and faculty, but has also provided some minor setbacks.
Prom is scheduled for Friday, May 18th at the Greenwich Hyatt but before that Neirad took the liberty to put together some DOs and DONTs. These must be strictly followed to avoid prom disaster. Take a look at the “proper” prom etiquette for Prom 2012.
With the world possibly ending in 2012, high school students are worrying that by the end of their short life, more than half of it would be spent in school. Neirad took a look into the amount of time the average high school student has spent in school. The numbers are surprising.
Have you ever felt that there is inequality between male and female athletes? Julia Cobb investigates Darien High School’s history in complying with the Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act, also known as Title IX.
Now this is a story all about how …long before Willow Smith was whipping her hair, her dad was twirling around on his Bel-Air throne. The 90s are back, refigured and revitalized, and Neirad investigates.
With the removal of the Auxiliary Cafeteria back in 2010, students have been on a mission to find a new and unique place to enjoy their lunches instead of dealing with the noisy environment that the main café houses. Read on to see where this new” hot spot” is located.