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Kensye Cocchia

Kensye Cocchia, Editor

Hello, my name is Kensye Cocchia and I am the Entertainment Editor for the Mane Street Mirror. I am a member of the cheerleading team at school and various clubs, which I enjoy participating in during my spare time. I also like to read books and go to the beach. I look forward to progressing more with the program by continuing to write and start editing articles for the monthly newspapers.

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Matt and Rudi performing in the semi finals on Listen to Your Heart. Photo courtesy of Matt Ranaudo, May 2020.

Foran Alum Matt Ranaudo featured on the Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart

Samantha Lambert and Kensye Cocchia | March 2, 2021

     Foran alum Matt Ranaudo, class of 2005, is featured on a special musical series, Listen to Your Heart, presented by The Bachelor. The show presented an amazing opportunity which furthered Ranaudo’s musical career beyond the small town of Milford, Connecticut.        Ranaudo participated...

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Foran High School senior, Maci Pastir with her mom during quarantine. Photo Courtesy: Maci Pastir. March 28, 2020.

The Coronavirus Effect on Foran High School Students

Students experiences during the 2020 pandemic
Kensye Cocchia, Editor | November 11, 2020

     In Connecticut and across most of the globe, societies went from open one day and completely shut down the next. Something our generations are not used to living in: a pandemic.       On March 13, 2020 every student in Connecticut was ordered to stay home for two weeks, not knowing it...

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Cheerleaders at their socially-distanced practice on September 25, 2020. Photo courtesy of Amanda Quieroz.

How COVID-19 Changed High School Sport Seasons

Kensye Cocchia, Editor | October 7, 2020

Coronavirus has unfortunately impacted Americans' lives since March 2020. Many high schools across the country experienced disappointment after a cancelled spring sports season, and now the fall sports season has been significantly impacted in Connecticut (CT). Football in CT was cancelled for the...

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Photo courtesy, The College Board is providing students with YouTube live streams, by certified AP teachers, to prepare for the new tests and go over content.

Perspectives on the Sudden and Drastic Change of AP Tests : Coronavirus 2019 Pandemic

Kensye Cocchia, Staff Writer | April 3, 2020

Kensye Cocchia Staff Writer       There is currently a lot of uncertainty in the United States and globally due to the coronavirus, also known as COVID19. Due to the prohibiting of students attending school as part of the government’s attempt to slow the spread of the infectious disease, AP...

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Photo courtesy, creative commons of a winter in CT. February 4, 2020.

Connecticut Activities for Winter Fun Winter Time

Kensye Cocchia, staff writer | February 4, 2020

     Often times individuals will perceive Connecticut as boring in the winter time, since it is a small state, often known for our beaches. However, these individuals have not experienced CT in the winter in order to realize it is not just a summer state.      From skiing to sitting inside...

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