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Music Muse

March 9, 2012

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Features | Ben Vizzachero “What is Springfield listening to?” Good question, I was wondering the same thing. I set out to find out, in the simplest way I could: asking random people with earbuds or headphones what they are listening to. The results yield an interesting playlist with a good amount of variety to it […]

Strategic Game Club Opens Doors and Minds

February 7, 2012

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Features | Christina Manero Everyone loves a good game.   Simple games are great entertainment, while those of the more intricate variety force players to think.  From “Uno” to “Settlers of Catan,” there is a game for every type of person.  Springfield’s Strategic Game Club firmly believes in this statement.  Thursdays after school, Mrs. Pirmann’s room […]

Top Failed New-Year Resolutions

February 7, 2012

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Features | Christina Manero As humans, we are lazy.  Deep down, we are all procrastinators, looking for any reason to remain stagnant and set in our ways.  During most of our lives, we accept, even embrace, our laziness.  But as each year ends and a new one begins, we often realize that it’s not always […]

Historical Figures With Humorous Names

February 7, 2012

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Features | Erin Agnew When the weather is truly frosty, and a snowstorm looms on the horizon, nothing warms one’s heart more than refreshing look at America’s humorous past.  No, we do not open the storybook of American history to poke fun at General McDowell’s wardrobe confusion, when he allowed Confederate troops gleefully behind Union […]

Same School, Same Spirit, New Schedule

October 17, 2011

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Features | Lauren Mc Cuen Homecoming Week is a longstanding tradition that students know and love. It is a week to celebrate the fun things our school has to offer; and a wonderful opportunity to revel in your Spartan pride. We mark this exciting week with fun activities that bring the school population together to […]

Youth And Government Rocks!

October 17, 2011

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Features | Christina Manero The Chronicle sat down to talk with Michelle Adamson, a member of Springfield’s Youth and Government (YAG) club. Chronicle: What’s YAG all about? MA: YAG is about finding things you are passionate about and putting your beliefs into action. Chronicle: What do you do in YAG meetings? MA: In the beginning […]

Jubilant Jakob Cohen: Junior at Springfield

September 23, 2011

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MJ: What’s your name and grade? JC: Jakob Cohen, 11th MJ: What do you like about the activities fair? JC: I like the opportunities it presents, especially for the freshman. I think this is the best way to create a more well rounded school with involved kids. A school we all dream of, one with […]