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Are AP Classes Worth It?

Katie Jenkins, Senior SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR As we enter the first week of May, students across America are preparing to sit in a room for hours at a time, taking AP exams. After a year of late-night studying, tests, practice tests, and more tests, it all comes down to this one day.  Why do so […]

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Legally Blonde: Behind the Scenes

Samuel Jendrysik, Sophomore Legally Blonde. The show that sold out every night at the high school and gave many of the actors stress headaches. But what does this masterpiece look like, not through the eyes of the parents, friends and classmates who flocked to the auditorium to watch, but from backstage with the run crew? […]

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Acappellooza XVII

Mona Gelfgatt, Junior ASSISTANT EDITOR Come one, come all, to this A Cappella Extravaganza! One night, and one night only, you can come enjoy an evening of a cappella, including student groups from Marblehead High School, Salem High School, Chelmsford High School, and one professional group, Ball In The House. All these groups have been […]

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Music Department Disney Trip

Benji Boyd, Sophomore ASSISTANT EDITOR On Friday the 14, as Marblehead High students eagerly awaited their release for April break, the Music Department started their vacation early. The orchestra, band, and choir classes spent the first five days of their break safe from the New England Spring in sunny Orlando, Florida, living it up at […]

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Senior Project from the Senior Perspective

Talia Schwartz, Senior EDITOR-IN-CHIEF While many seniors have felt burnt out and noticed a lack of motivation all year, senioritis is now afflicting all seniors as the year is almost over and graduation approaches. The weather is getting warmer, and fun senior activities such as assassin and skip days mark the end of the year. […]

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MHS Drama Production – Legally Blonde

John Curtis, Freshman (and Legally Blonde Assistant Director) High school is the last time of structure before you go off on your own. You  can choose to go to college if you want, but high school is really the last time you are with everyone you have grown up with. That’s why schools always try […]

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DramaFest 2023

Ila Bumagin, Junior Never once did I imagine going to a theater competition and having a crumpet thrown at me. But that’s exactly the beauty of theater – expect the unexpected, and accept the absurd. Marblehead High School’s Drama Department put on a production of Beowulf this weekend at METG, or DramaFest, which is a […]

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Beowulf: The Power of a Story

Benji Boyd, Sophomore There are few stories that stand the test of time. Despite ever shifting language and culture, a few timeless masterpieces of the Western world survive in renown, including the works of Shakespeare, Chaucer, and whoever wrote Dante‚Äôs Inferno. However, one of the greatest stories of the past belongs to no known author. […]

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MHS Winter Track Recap

Rachael Albert, Junior The MHS winter track team has had a crazy, successful year with multiple school records broken, athletes competing at the National Championship, and many great rookie performances. Both the boys’ and girls’ teams only lost one meet in the regular season, and both finished second place at the Northeastern Conference Championship. But […]

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The End of Winter Track

Ethan Horgan, Sophomore Back-to-back-to-back varsity relay wins don’t come easy, but when you have an exceptional team, like Marblehead 4×200 runners, it certainly seems like it. In the most recent varsity meet, runners Thomas Carlson, Sebby Pantzer, Harrison Curtis, and Ryan Thompson, all ran spectacularly finishing first out of eight teams. While we only competed […]

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