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Paul Simon and Sting rock TD Garden Monday night

Paul Simon and Sting rock TD Garden Monday night

Julie Christie, Assistant Editor

March 6, 2014


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Paul Simon and Sting are one of the few musicians that deserve a standing ovation for just walking onto the stage. A whole head shorter than Sting, Simon strummed on his guitar, playing a melody that took the audience a moment to recognize as Brand New Day, but when they did, the TD Garden erupted with c...

Bode Miller’s emotional ride

Lauria Patz, Entertainment Editor

February 17, 2014


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The Sochi 2014 Olympics are well under way and with them the emotions of many amazing athletes. Just the other day New Hampshire's own Bode Miller was brought to tears after finishing the Men’s super-G competition with a bronze medal. The medal however, was not what brought tears to his eyes as an...

Discovering the Sherlock series

Discovering the Sherlock series

Hannah St. George, Copy Editor

February 10, 2014


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Many interpretations of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes have had their claim to fame. From the meticulously to-the-text Granada with Jeremy Brett taking the lead, to the big screen version with Robert Downey Jr, there have been countless portrayals of the famous literary sleuth to claim the...

Grammy Recap

Sophia Hall, News Editor

January 31, 2014


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This past Sunday was the fifty-sixth Grammy Awards hosted by LL Cool J. With many stars shining on the red carpet, it’s what was inside that really counts. From performances, to speeches, to wardrobe scares, this year’s Grammy’s was nothing to forget. The show was opened by Queen B herself, Be...

Crazy for concerts

Crazy for concerts

Lian Tumas, Contributor

January 14, 2014


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With little to do in the small towns that we live in, many people look forward to attending concerts. The closest, most popular location to go to would be Boston. House of Blues, the Opera House, TD Garden, Bank of America Pavilion or Orpheum Theatre. For a cheaper concert, artists go to colleges lik...

Healthy habits

Healthy habits

Sara Swabowicz, Editor

November 26, 2013


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A rising dilemma among high school students is following through with healthy eating habits. Everyone wants to eat healthy, but sometimes we simply just can’t find the time to whip up a healthy meal, and it’s infinitely easier just to swing by a fast-food restaurant and grab a fat-concentrated dish....

Ramen noodles: food of choice for hungry teens

Ramen noodles: food of choice for hungry teens

Maddie Goodwin & Skyler Anderson, Contributors

November 26, 2013


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Ramen Noodles: food of choice for hungry teens Ramen noodles come in a small package and contain dried or pre-cooked noodles and a small flavoring packet. Although their lack of nutrition, noodle consumption has hit an all time high. Hungry high schoolers and college students have begun to turn to...

Cavaliers resembling creatures

Cavaliers resembling creatures

Lian Tumas, Contributor

November 20, 2013


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Just like some people on this planet have a doppelgänger, some people also have animals that look like them. Personalities and looks factor into what animal could represent someone. Lizzy Davis ‘15, “I think people look like animals because humans are very similar to animals. A lot of ani...

An unconvential take on a traditional Thanksgiving

An unconvential take on a traditional Thanksgiving

Sage Stone, Contributor

November 20, 2013


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It’s the holiday season once again and Thanksgiving is just days away. There are meals to be prepared and picky eaters to please. Where there’s no doubt that the star of Thanksgiving will always be the turkey, there are too many people who are playing the accompanying dishes short.The “side”kicks...

50 shades of Chrome

50 shades of Chrome

Jonathan Northcott, Media Editor

November 20, 2013


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The Chromebook has become a go to option for many students, and as they become more popular, several new companies are releasing their own spin running the Google OS. It is difficult to find a balance between performance and price, especially with the influx of models going out onto the market. One of...

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