Concussions Running Rampant
The painful recovery and path afterwards
It seems that most everyone who plays a sport has been “concussed” before. A concussion, when the brain is jostled inside the skull, can create a myriad of problems, especially for students. The combination of a larger workload, and wanting to jump back into sports to appease the team increases stress and the time of recovery.
Unusual side effects mixed with the need to do well in school, cause stress on the recovering athlete, but thankfully many teachers know to be understanding of students with concussions.
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You Are What You Eat?
Sizing up a diet-obsessed culture
In a Positive Light
In general, human beings benefit from structure; as such, committing to a lifestyle that is built around healthy habits will naturally create a healthy diet. It is approaching dieting from a restrictive, strict approach that is the issue or using the wrong motives to fix your daily consumption of food.
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Seniors take their game to Southern Connecticut State University together
From munchkins whose lacrosse sticks were bigger than them to high school lacrosse captains, two future D-2 Southern Owls, seniors Karlie Rowe and Olivia Facchini, will take their lacrosse skills to college in the fall of 2018.
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By: Georgia Thoms
Poetry’s role has expanded in ELHS Continue reading “A Slam Dunk for Poetry”
By: Paige Kelly
It is prom season and people are pulling out all the stops to ask their dates Continue reading “Killer Promposals of 2018”
ELHS sophomore races motocross across New England.
By: Sana Gupta
When most people think of spring sports, baseball, lacrosse, and tennis come to mind. But for sophomore Daniel Choquette, spring means motocross season. Choquette takes to the track all over New England in motocross races almost every weekend.
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