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Prince and Princess of Wales Visit Boston

Ila Bumagin, Junior Recently, the Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince William and Princess Kate, visited Boston. While they were here, they met with President Biden and went to the JFK Library in Dorchester. At the library, they met with Caroline Kennedy and her son Jack Schlossberg to discuss the Earthshot Prize, a program the […]

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Car Crash on Humphrey Street

Peter Sullivan, Sophomore Last Wednesday started off as a typical day for most citizens in Marblehead. People were going about their business, birds were chirping, squirrels were hopping from tree to tree, and the chilly November breeze was blowing through. However, any preconceived notion that it would be a normal afternoon was soon shattered when […]

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Powderpuff Review

Tucker Crane, Sophomore This past Saturday (11/19/2022,) the annual Powederpuff showdown between Swampscott and Marblehead went down. This was the tenth annual powderpuff game since it began in 2012. After four weeks of practicing, the all girl flag football teams took the field to continue our decade long rivalry.  This time around, the coaches were […]

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Should YOU be Afraid?

Peter Sullivan, Freshman Recent and more frequent sightings of coyotes in Marblehead and Swampscott have begun to unnerve many residents. It seems that coyote activity in the two towns has risen, with even some unlucky people being outright attacked by the wild animals. One such example is the harrowing story of a Swampscott resident who […]

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Friends of the Performing Arts

Ila Bumagin, Junior We all know that the performance is just the tip of the iceberg. But what really goes on behind the scenes in the Marblehead Performing Arts Department? Beyond the hard work of all the students and teachers, a small group of hardworking parents has emerged to boost the program, and to keep […]

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Politics

Upcoming Midterm Election: Gubernatorial Race

Zoe Gast, Senior On November 8th, our state will hold the election for our new governor. Tasked with filling the shoes of Governor Charlie Baker, our current governor since 2015, the two candidates have a challenging race ahead of them. Baker has been an outlier within the Massachusetts government as a Republican governor in one […]

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Lionfish – a Tedious, Invasive Species

Ila Bumagin, Junior Here in New England, when our fish die, we flush them down the toilet. In Florida, they throw them into the ocean. From the get go, you might be able to see why this is a problem. It messes up the ecosystem, the environment, and the economy. The species Lionfish live happily […]

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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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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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