Author: jared-lederman

General Interest
Opinion

The Silver Lining

The recent coronavirus pandemic shines a light on just how many things we all take for granted. Because we have had to limit contact with people outside our homes, we have lost many of the things we once considered normal. Instead of trips to the grocery store, we are opting instead to use companies like […]

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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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General Interest

Hanukkah Through the Ages

Hanukkah dates back more than 2000 years to 156 BCE. It is a celebration of both the hard-fought battle between the Syrians and the Jews and the repairing of the temple which had been previously ransacked by the invaders. The Hanukkah story focuses on two significant people: Judas Maccabeus, the leader of the Jewish army, […]

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Local
Sports

Marblehead Magicians Win First Game Against Gloucester

Last Friday, September 20, the Marblehead Magicians faced off in a hard-fought game against the Gloucester Fisherman. What felt like the whole town was in attendance, creating an incredible atmosphere that seemed to shake the entire stadium. I saw teachers, students and even many seniors at the game, which was indicative of how much high […]

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