Month: June 2022

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Senior Year-in-Review

By: Miranda Connolly, Senior To kick off senior year, the class of 2022’s had a Fall Ball, which was to make up for the semi-formal dance we had missed in sophomore year. Coincidentally, the Fall Ball took place after the amazing Marblehead Powder Puff win of 27-7 against Swampscott. Everyone was excited for this win […]

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Junior Year-in-Review

By: Talia Schwartz, Junior Junior year is considered to be not only the most challenging year of high school, but also an integral part of one’s high school experience. Juniors are exposed to the college application process that mostly defines their senior year while they are also taking difficult classes to show off their academic […]

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Culture
Opinion

Top Gun Movie Review

By: Aislin Freedman, Sophomore For fans of the first Top Gun movie, released back in 1986, this new sequel was much anticipated. Many of the old actors are back, which of course includes Tom Cruise playing Captain Pete Mitchell, callsign Maverick. The first movie was a huge hit, creating thousands of fans spanning all ages […]

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Opinion
Politics

Junior Editorial: Abolish the Death Penalty

By: Connor Jalbert, Junior The death penalty is the most immoral and merciless punishment in the United States. That it is legal in 27 of the 50 states is disgraceful. No human being should be able to determine whether someone lives or dies. I’m not the only person who believes this. Michael Eric Dyson, a […]

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Opinion
School

Junior Prom 2022 – A Student’s Perspective

By: Amy Warab, Freshman Everyone’s talked about the significance of Senior Prom for our high school graduates of 2022; the party, the location, and the fact that it went viral in the sports news industry for being the first prom ever to be held at Fenway Park during a Red Sox game… but what about […]

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Politics
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Gun Control in the U.S.

By: Benji Boyd, Freshman Introduction Alongside abortion rights, gas prices, and infrastructure plans, gun control has become one of the main factors that will be deciding where Americans will cast their ballots this congressional midterm. As if the 345 active shooter events that occurred between 2000-2020, 45,222 Americans who died of incidents involving guns in […]

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General Interest
Opinion

Falling Kingdoms Review

By: Aislin Freedman, Sophomore Looking for your next high-fantasy read? Well look no further! Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes is a novel that will grab you and not let go. The book takes place on the continent of Mytica, across the three countries of frozen Limeros, dying Paelsia, and flourishing Auranos. Watchers live in a […]

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Opinion
Sports

MHS Student Editorial — Dance Is a Sport!

By: Abby Lemieux, Junior Is Dance a Sport? How much longer will this controversy surrounding dance continue? Some people agree that it is a sport while others disagree. According to Webster.com, a sport is an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment. Dance […]

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Interview with Mr. Crowley

By: Ila Bumagin, Sophomore Mr. Crowley is a man of few words, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have a lot to say. Those who have had him as a teacher know his deep love of history and his self-proclaimed “soft side.” Mr. Crowley has been working at Marblehead High School since 2000, and this […]

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Culture
General Interest

Randy’s Market Music Review

By: Benny Burns, Sophomore I am reviewing Randy’s Market by producer dream beach. The album consists of 10 songs and has a runtime of 19 minutes and 1 second. It was released on February 25, 2022 by the Danny Brown led collective Bruiser Brigade. It was executive produced by Danny Brown and mastered by Raphy. […]

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