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Kim Jong Un, Where is He?

 Kim Jong Un before his disappearance from social media and the world. On April 11, before the most important holiday in North Korea, Kim Jong Un disappeared and hasn’t been seen since. There is a reason why he had to have missed it, either being sick, hiding away or planning on something else.  “I can’t see another reason why he would miss the holiday, something has to be holding him back from coming out into the public,” said Tim Leclerc ‘21.

Quinn Connors, Staff Writer

May 13, 2020

Rumors have been spreading about Kim Jongs Un’s disappearance. Some have said that he is very ill, some say he is dead, and some say he is alive and well, but which one is true? On North Korea’s most important holiday, the Day of the Sun,  Kim Jong Un was not to be seen. On this day, North Korea ...

Dog of the Week 🐕 5-26

Dog of the Week 🐕 5-26

May 31, 2019

Presenting Dude, this week's Dog of the Week!   Submitted by Sydney Speir '19

On to the quarterfinals for boys lax

The quarterfinals game will be played on our home turf, and the fan support is expected to be numerous. Super fan Dhruv Miglani ‘19 is among the many fans hyped for the playoff run. “The boys have really improved on both ends of the field, and Tim Sulin is a beast!,” said Miglani.

Kyle Simpson, Staff Writer

May 31, 2019

On May 30, the boy’s lacrosse team won their opening playoff game 18-5 against Bow. After beginning the season on an 11 game winning streak, the team faced their first bit of adversity losing their final three regular-season games against Derryfield, Winnacunnet, and Windham. Still, the team finish...

Fighting for our friend Niko

Niko Martin is photographed with (from left to right) Sofia Barassi'19, Gabby Paquin'19, Khishi Patel'19 and Tess Crooks'19 during their Spirit Week assembly in February

Sofia Barassi, Sports Editor

May 31, 2019

Student council has created a fundraiser in order to aid our classmate Niko Martain’19 in his leukemia recovery. Niko was diagnosed with ALL T-cell leukemia in May of 2016. Since then, Niko has had many other complications including A Vascular Necrosis from the steroids he’s been given, which has ca...

Com-PETEing in Robotics

Pictured here is the Szczeszynski robot “Gluten-Free” which lead them to to win their field and the Einstein trophy.

Alec MacEachen, News Editor

May 31, 2019

Hollis Brookline’s  Szczeszynski brothers (Peter ‘19 and Steven ‘20)  set records in their FTC (First Tech Challenge) and won their field in the Detroit Championship meet for Robotics. They also received the Control Award, which is awarded to the best and most reliable autonomous robot that relies on sensors. Peter Szczeszynski ‘19 recently competed with his younger b...

An environmental step forward

Comparing the styrofoam and paper trays next to each other, it's clear which choice is best. “I saw online that Maine banned styrofoam all together, so I think that New Hampshire should try to do that,” says Meghan Veino ‘20.

Josie Farwell, Staff Writer

May 30, 2019

On Monday, May 13, many students noticed a change in the lunchroom: paper trays. Switching from Styrofoam trays, which are extremely lethal for the environment, the school planned to make the temporary change for Earth Day. In 2010, New York City created Trayless Tuesdays for all public schools i...

AP exams come to an end

In order to prepare for AP Exams, many students use AP Prep books that include practice tests, chapter summaries, and strategy tips. Depending on the class, students were either given these books or had the choice to individually purchase the book on their own. “In Physics, we had time to go over material throughout the year and we had books provided that we could go through,” said Jordan.

Sydney Spier, Staff Writer

May 29, 2019

As of Friday, May 17, the 16 various Advanced Placement classes offered at Hollis Brookline High School finally wrapped up their course material with the highly anticipated AP Exams. After months of test preparation and learning/teaching mandatory course material, teachers and students of AP classes can ...

Stress upon graduation

 Myra Morin(left) Jeremiah Lones(middle) Krystle Plumadore(right) pose for a picture as senior year comes to an end. “In the end we are all ready to graduate,” said Plumadore ’19.

Myra Morin, Staff Writer

May 28, 2019

With the year coming to an end, there are less than four days left of official high school for Hollis Brookline seniors. With the end of the year, there comes lots of stress and emotions until seniors are officially done. As of  May 31, seniors will be done with all of their classes along with their ...

2020 is for the girls: how female presidential candidates are saving the country

From left to right: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY). All are running in the Presidential Election alongside even more female candidates. There are a record number of women running for the 2020 spot.

Lily Coady, Staff Writer

May 28, 2019

Last Wednesday, Alabama enacted a bill that would practically illegalize all abortions in the state. This includes pregnancies that may occur via rape or incest. HB 314, which could punish doctors who perform abortions with up to 99-year sentences, was signed by Governor Kay Ivey despite major opposition...

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile: the story of Ted Bundy

Zac Efron plays the role of Ted Bundy, a vicious serial killer, in the new Netflix movie Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile. This film has faced a lot of controversy, as people believe that Efron is portraying Bundy in a positive way. “[The movie] does not glamorize the killing,” Efron says. “This is an important thing for people to hear.”

Katelyn Sova, Staff Writer

May 28, 2019

It’s hard to imagine a serial killer as anything other than someone who is obviously insane. Consequently, in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, Ted Bundy is portrayed as exactly that. He uses his charming personality and perceived good looks to lure in his victims, thereafter murdering the...

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