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Acapalooza at MHS

By: Ila Bumagin, Sophomore  Friday night concerts are the best, and last Friday’s Acapalooza was no exception. Marblehead High School’s a cappella groups were joined by Northeastern’s Nor’easters and Salem High School’s Witch Pitch?. If you don’t know MHS’s singers, there are two auditioned groups, Luminescence (which I’m in) and the Jewel Tones, along with […]

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Preparing to Vote in College

By: Alexis Earp, Senior Admission letters are received. Enrollment fees are paid. Students pack their belongings and move to a new place to continue their education. With all of the stress and excitement that comes with starting college, many students will forget about other important milestones that often coincide with the beginning of their post-secondary […]

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All About NGSS

By: Kate Twomey, Sophomore With climate change and pollution worsening and their effects becoming more noticeable and detrimental, people are looking for ways to contribute to environmental sustainability efforts. At Marblehead High School we do just that by hosting a chapter of the National Green Schools Society (NGSS). NGSS is a nationwide organization that focuses […]

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The Ultimate AP Lit Study Guide

“Sometimes books are read for hundreds of years, but when we read it today, we see that maybe this isn’t what we thought it was,” says Mr. Moloney. “I really want students to become a part of this conversation and say, ‘Well does this book have something to give to us, to society?’”

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The Sophomore Slump

COVID ripped away the chance of finishing your first year of high school like ripping off a Band-Aid, and now you feel stuck. How can you make sophomore year successful if you have spent most of it trying to get your WiFi to work right before you log onto your Zoom classes for the day?

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The First Time for Freshmen

With COVID keeping us in varying remote and hybrid schedules throughout this past year, the Class of 2024 has never spent a full school day in the high school. As of last week, that changed, and freshmen finally got to experience a full day of high school.

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Juniors: Unprepared for an Independent Future

“I just feel like an unprepared child. That mature feeling I hoped to have this year just doesn’t exist.”

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MHS Marks Day of Silence

“I have been lucky enough to not experience bullying in school due to my gender or sexuality, but now I know what being unheard feels like.”

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Schedules are Changing, AGAIN! Here’s How To Keep Yourself Sane

We’ve all been guilty of procrastinating, and it’s not something we can get rid of in the snap of our fingers, but it is something we can all work on.

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Another Schedule Change

“The first day was pretty awful,” said one freshman student.

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