April 2019/20

In the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy D’Amelio

As you have probably heard by now, Charli D’Amelio has surpassed 40 million followers on TikTok, and I dare say, it was one of the most (if not the most) monumental moments of this Millenium. Not only has Charli proven herself a wonderful dancer, influencer, and Dunkin’ coffee drinker, but she is also a prophet. […]

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April 2019/20

Tips for Pod Dating: When Reality TV Gets Real

Americans were enthralled with the recent Netflix reality series, Love is Blind, which featured a group of hopeful singles trying to find the loves of their lives. Unlike most reality dating shows, the singles dated each other in “The Pods,” where they were separated by a thin wall and couldn’t see the face of the […]

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April 2019/20

Pandemic Promposals

It’s the night that every teenage girl dreams of and every teenage boy dreads. Since the beginning of the school year, students have scoured the hallways for the perfect date, scoured the internet for the perfect dress, and scoured their hearts for the emotional fortitude to take on what Zac Efron once famously referred to […]

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April 2019/20

New Electives Coming to MHS: School Year 2020-2021

Beekeeping:  This course is perfect for students who have always harbored a secret desire to explore the hidden world of bees. At first seemingly frightening insects, bees are actually complex creatures and crucial pollinators. Basic safety procedures for interactions with these insects, techniques for harvesting honey, and other important skills will be taught during this […]

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General Interest
Opinion
World

Twelve Ways to Avoid Boredom in Quarantine

As we’re about to enter the third week in self-isolation, I’m sure all of us are starting to get an extreme case of cabin fever. As the days go by, people are losing the motivation to get dressed, get out of the house, and perform the basic tasks that they’ve done everyday previously without thinking. […]

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General Interest
World

Positivity in the Time of the Coronavirus

Last month, when I wrote an article about how to remain positive during difficult times, I had no idea that the world would be in the situation it is in now because of the coronavirus pandemic. Students in Marblehead Public Schools have not had school since March 12th and will not return until at least […]

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World

The American Stimulus Package: How Similar is it to Andrew Yang’s Universal Basic Income?

The House of Representatives just approved a two trillion dollar stimulus package that will give many Americans $1,200. It is meant to ease the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has closed thousands of businesses and cost millions of Americans their jobs and paychecks. If you’re familiar with the former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew […]

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April 2019/20

Unpopular Opinion: This Snowstorm Really Isn’t That Bad

Listen. We understand that our current superintendent is relatively new and only here for a few more months, but this is getting ridiculous. It’s now our eighteenth snow day in a row, and there still has not been one flake! We’ve now lost Good Friday, Easter, and April Vacation over this so-called “blizzard.” This is […]

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April 2019/20

The World is Falling Apart, but “It’s Not That Big of a Deal”

Mr Bauer has recently announced that he will step down as principal of MHS in order to pursue a career in gymnastics and extreme sports, having been seen leaving Marblehead High School doing sick skateboard tricks while carrying a boombox playing the eurobeat song “DEJA VU” by Dave Rodgers. Also, teachers are now required to […]

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