Opinion
School

The College Process: Is It Worth It?

January, February, March: the three longest months for a senior in high school. Everytime I open Instagram, I am bombarded by congratulatory posts for my peers who’ve been accepted into and committed to their top-choice school. Congrats to my girly on Blank University, sending my bestie off to Blank College, University of Blank got a […]

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General Interest

A Take on Positivity

My last article was a review of 2019, and it was kind of a downer. At least, that’s how I remembered it. To find some of the year’s major events, I did a lot of research. It was page after page of intense information, and I felt like my article was tainted by the weight […]

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World

Coronavirus Update

On Friday, February 7th, Wuhan Central Hospital announced that one of their doctors had died from novel coronavirus (now COVID-19). Dr. Li Wenliang had been treating coronavirus patients previously and had contracted the virus during this time. Li had been one of the earliest whistleblowers about the illness, posting messages to his medical affiliates right […]

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February 2019/20
General Interest

Recipes You Must Try This Valentine’s Day

Recipes You Must Try This Valentine’s Day Caroline Johnson, Junior Heart-Shaped Banana Pancakes Adapted from a recipe by Food Network Start a love-filled day in a heart-shaped way! Ingredients Two large eggs One banana ¼ teaspoon pumpkin pie spice Chocolate chips (optional) Directions: Blend the eggs, banana and pumpkin pie spice in a blender until […]

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February 2019/20
General Interest

Going Zero Waste: Part 2

As discussed in last week’s article, we have decided to attempt to go zero waste, which is a lifestyle in which one does not produce any trash. Pollution has plagued our seas since the very first industrial revolution, and it continues to do so now. As a result of pollution, there are multiple garbage patches […]

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General Interest

Advice From Happy Hart

NOTE: This column is for COMEDIC ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES only. It’s anonymous authors are NOT certified or qualified in any way to give emotional advice. If you are seeking advice on any real-life issues, consult a friend, family member, school social worker, or another trusted individual. Dear Happy,  I’m in crisis! I invited my girlfriend over […]

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February 2019/20

“I Knew Chalamet Would Be the Perfect E-boy,” Says Adam Sandler About New Tik Tok-Inspired Rom-Com

According to an inside source, Adam Sandler will be returning to Marblehead this coming spring to direct a romantic comedy starring Timothée Chalamet and Emma Stone. The movie follows the budding romance between a popular Tik Tok creator and his adoring fan. Chalamet takes on the role of Forest, an “E-boy” who gained his fame […]

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February 2019/20
Local
School

On Marblehead’s New Superintendent: By a Nantucket High School Student

At the end of the 2019-20 school year, high school principal Dr. John Buckey will be leaving Nantucket High School (NHS) to become superintendent of the Marblehead school district. Buckey has been working as NHS principal since 2008, 12 years ago, and two years before Michael Cozort, the current superintendent of NHS, joined the staff. […]

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General Interest

Zero Waste: An Experiment

Plastic. It’s everywhere: in our phones, cars, water bottles, and food containers. It seems that you can’t go a day without seeing or using it. The United States produces about 38 million tons of plastic waste every year, and the average American tosses around six pounds of trash a day. Although some of this trash […]

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Sports
World

The Chiefs Take the Super Bowl

Last Sunday, February 2nd, the 54th Super Bowl and the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the NFL happened. After a hard fought battle, the Kansas City Chiefs dominated over the San Francisco 49ers with a final score of 31-20. Throughout the regular season, the 49ers have been successful at preventing opposing teams from coming […]

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