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Saudi Arabia, not the moral high ground

Saudi Arabia, not the moral high ground

Noah Penasack, Op-Ed Editor

October 31, 2018


Filed under October, Opinion, Politics, Showcase

The recent incident involving the death of a Saudi journalist has raised some serious questions about US foreign policy in the Middle East. This month, Saudi Arabia has taken some serious heat both from Turkey, and (surprisingly) from Trump. The international community is responding to the Saudi gov...

Kyra Belden secures her 1000th assist

Kyra Belden secures her 1000th assist

Sofia Barassi, Sports Editor

October 16, 2018


Filed under Athlete Spotlight, Editorial, Features, October, Showcase, Sports

Kyra Belden ‘19, one of the Girls Varsity Volleyball captains, secured her 1000th assist of her HB career while playing Manchester Memorial on September 28. Belden began racking up assists her freshman year when she made the varsity squad in 2015 as the team’s setter. Making First-Team Allstate her ...

How the Seniors stand in their ongoing college search

How the Seniors stand in their ongoing college search

Avery Desruisseau, Staff Writer

October 10, 2018


Filed under October, Opinion, Showcase

As senior year starts, the feeling of being the “top dog” in high school is finally starting to set in. Then it hits: college; the big decision looming over every senior’s  head. The question on everyone's mind: are we on track with their search for the perfect school, and where can we find h...

I’m a Democrat…and I agree with Ben Carson

I’m a Democrat…and I agree with Ben Carson

Noah Penasack, Op-Ed Editor

October 1, 2018


Filed under Columns, October, Opinion, Politics, Showcase

In this era of extreme political polarization, it is important to be able to recognize when an opponent introduces a motion that deserves bipartisan support. Last month, Ben Carson made an appeal to American cities and towns to reduce neighborhood zoning regulations (rules that restrict what types...

Hollis’ foliage viewing

Hollis’ foliage viewing

Harry Bates, Staff Writer

September 17, 2018


Filed under Opinion, September, Showcase

With fall arriving, comes the awing change of pigment in the forests around town. From a favorite birch tree in your backyard, to the maple trees along the drive to school, autumn is here and the scenery is changing yet again. In this article, you will find my personal list of  the incredible places...

Snap, crackle pop

Snap, crackle pop

Sofia Barassi, Sports Editor

September 11, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports

One wrong step, one wrong pivot, one wrong jolt, and your athletic career can be jeopardized forever. When you tear your anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), just as I did, many things in your life stop instantly. You have to adjust to an entirely new lifestyle of not walking, not doing what you love, and...

Vote early and local

Vote early and local

Noah Penasack, Op-Ed Editor

September 10, 2018


Filed under Opinion, September, Showcase

In recent years, buying local produce, artisan goods, and other wares has become extremely popular. Slogans such as “eat local” and “buy local” can be seen on t-shirts, bumper stickers, and tote bags. Despite all this focus on supporting local communities, political emphasis remains national. It...

Starting off school on the wrong foot

Starting off school on the wrong foot

Rowan Gingras, Staff Writer

September 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion, September, Showcase

It’s time for school to begin again, bringing with it all the highs and lows of meeting new teachers, buying school supplies, and the first homework assignments of the year. It’s fair to say that most students have a sense of optimism as they start each school year, confident that this year will...

The flavorful taste of Buffalo Wild Wings

The flavorful taste of Buffalo Wild Wings

Kyle Simpson, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018


Filed under June, Opinion, Showcase

Buffalo Wilds Wings has grown to be one of the most popular wing chains throughout America. Known for its sports theme, the restaurant draws large crowds on game days for its famous wings and its rowdy environment. The wings at B-Dubs are famous, and for a good reason. The store offers 21 sauce options,...

The educational value of Kahoot!

The educational value of Kahoot!

Max Porter, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

You walk into class, ready to learn. You sit down in your chair and prepare yourself for a lecture of sorts, like every other day. But today is different. The teacher has the projector on and plastered across the whiteboard is the word “Kahoot!” instantly letting you know that this is going to be...

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