Author: Diya Thomas

‘Emily in Paris’: it made no sense

When you think of Paris, beautiful scenery, stylish clothes, and luxury brands all come to mind. But we often forget how sophisticated French culture is until we see it in context with American culture....

‘Clouds’ is authentic and bittersweet

Zach Sobiech was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a rare bone cancer, at the age of 14. By the time he turned 17, he had undergone 20 rounds of chemotherapy. When doctors told him his cancer...

A breakdown of the electoral college

On November 3, 2020, millions of Americans across the country voted for the next president. It is now November 6, and no news source has projected a winner. As people around the world anxiously...

The Crier’s Halloween Favorites

Even though ‘spooky season’ is almost over, it’s not too late to enjoy Halloween. Here are some of the staff’s Halloween favorites What is your favorite Halloween/horror movie and why? “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”...

Things to know about the upcoming SAT

Earlier this year, Conant seniors were asked to register for the in-school SAT in either October or April. As the first set of testing approaches, Conant principal Julie Nowak shares some things that all...