School

Ms. Geary, Train Hit Survivor, Retires

If you’ve had Ms. Geary as a teacher, you likely know the stories about how she was hit by a train, poisoned, strangled, and tazed (although not all at once). Even if you haven’t stepped foot in the room where she teaches, these stories float around the entire school building and have earned Ms. Geary […]

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General Interest
March 2019/20
School

What Comes Next for the Class of 2020?

It is a surreal time of year for the Class of 2020. Last Friday at 12:30 pm, seniors departed Marblehead High School having completed their last-ever high school midterm. In doing so, they also faced a new reality: grades don’t matter anymore. Of course, AP classes are as important as ever, and impressive scores on […]

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General Interest
January 2019/20
World

2019

It seems strange to think that the 2010s are over. In some ways, it is odder to think that the beginning of 2019 was a year ago. Some of the events of the final year of the decade seem like they happened ages ago. This is probably due in part to the fact that there […]

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January 2019/20
World

World War Z

As we all know, Qasem Soleimani was killed in a U.S. led airstrike on January 3, 2020. As a response to this, within minutes, World War III was trending on Twitter. An outcry of fear inspired by dread of the draft was heard across all social media. On TikTok, a trend began where girls started […]

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General Interest
January 2019/20
School

Midterms Recipes

Midterms can be stressful, so here are some quick, easy, and healthy recipes for you to prepare while studying! Apple Overnight Oats Ingredients: ½ cup oats ½ cup milk or milk substitute  1 diced apple 1 tbsp of yogurt of your choice (I think Siggi’s cinnamon vanilla is really good in this recipe) 1 tbsp […]

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General Interest
January 2019/20

Memes of the 2010s

Over the course of the last decade, memes grew and evolved into what they are today. Many changes happened: many memes rose to the height of popularity then plummeted into the realm of cringe. The 2010s had many memes which defined each year, such as in 2010 itself when the most popular memes were what […]

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School

National Green School Society’s No Idling Campaign

Marblehead High School’s National Green School Society is working with Judith Black to spread awareness about the harmful impact idling is having on our world. Idling refers to when a vehicle’s engine is running while the vehicle is stopped. The exhaust from the car adds pollution to the air and can be unsafe for children […]

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January 2019/20
World

Ranking Happiness

When the year comes to a close, the Sustainable Development Solutions Network sector of the United Nations publishes a report on the world’s happiest countries titled, The World Happiness Report. They base rankings on GDP per capita, government-based support, life expectancy, personal freedoms, and government corruption. This year, the UN declared Finland the happiest country […]

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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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General Interest
School

New Year’s Resolutions: The Yearly Struggle

Have you ever made a New Year’s Resolution? It’s January 1st again, so it’s time to make your annual New Year’s Resolution. In the past, you’ve been extremely unsuccessful and gave up on your resolution within the month. According to The New York Post, only eight percent of people actually achieve their goals, while 80 […]

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