Author: julia-greenway

Culture
Local
School

The Show Must Go On

It provided an opportunity to reunite with old friends from the drama club and meet new members, just in a different way from previous years. Logging on to rehearsal and seeing people I hadn’t spoken to in months, even though I used to see them everyday, made me glad that we had a show.

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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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Opinion
World

Coronavirus Panic

In 2019, in Wuhan, China, a new strain of coronavirus was discovered. The disease is typically found in animals, but COVID, this strain, affects humans. It infected many at a seafood market in Wuhan, though it may have originated elsewhere before coming to the market. The virus has spread rapidly within China.  As of March […]

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January 2019/20
World

The Crisis Down Under

Over the past few months, a series of intense bushfires have been destroying homes and land across Australia. Bushfires have always existed in Australia, and citizens have found ways to manage them, but due to high temperatures and ferocious winds this year, they cannot be contained. Just as in California, the fires did not just […]

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December 2019/20
Opinion

This is what Democracy Looks Like!

On Friday, the 6th of December, students from all over Massachusetts gathered in Copley Square in Boston to push for a Green New Deal. Most of the strikers skipped school to attend the protest, however, because there was a professional development day at MHS, students from Marblehead were able to attend without missing the school […]

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November 2019/20
School

Come See MHS’s Production of Peter/Wendy!

This fall, the MHS drama club is putting on a production of Peter/Wendy, a simple version of the classic Peter Pan story. Performances are Friday, the 15th of November at 7 PM and Saturday, the 16th at 7 PM. In addition to the performances this November, Peter/Wendy will compete in the Massachusetts Education Theater Guild […]

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General Interest

Mental Health Awareness Month

Health isn’t just not being sick or exercising; it’s so much more than that. May is mental health awareness month, and it’s important to know that taking care of your mental health is okay. If you had any physical ailment, you would do whatever you could to make it feel better. You should do the […]

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School

New Snow Day Policy

Almost everyone will agree, snow days are great. On December 5, it was voted to start a new program called “Distance Learning Days.” The program will be tested on the second and third days canceled due to inclement weather this year. The goal of this program is to stop adding extra days of school at […]

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School

Day of Service

Last Wednesday, October 24th, members of the Freshman class participated in a Day of Service. The goal of this day was to give back to the community in several different ways. Students from the Freshman class were chosen due to their ability to work well amongst each other. The first step of the Day of […]

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