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Mary Martin

Mary Martin, Assistant Editor

Mary Martin ‘20 is a first-year journalism student and Assistant Editor of the Cavalier Chronicle. This year, she looks forward to learning more about the editing process. After school, she participates as Class Vice President of Student Council, Founder and Co-President of the Topics in Politics Club, and a member of the Herstory Club. She is a member of the field hockey, swim, and unified track teams. She also enjoys music performance, and she plays the bass guitar for the Honors Jazz Band and the flute for the Concert Band. Some of her favorite things are cats, politics, and feminism. Her goal is to study journalism or communications in college and become a political reporter.

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Students travelled to Timberlane Regional High School to attend the Chamber Festival. “I hope to gain experience playing in a type of ensemble that I’ve never played in before,” said Jack Sinclair ‘19, who participated in the event.

Chamber Festival

Mary Martin, Assistant Editor
January 30, 2018
The popular Canada Goose jackets use real coyote fur trim on their hoods as well as goose down to insulate their jackets. “I think the use of animal products in any kind of clothing is cruel,” said MacKenzie Whalen, an animal lover.

Canada Goose Jackets and Animal Rights

Mary Martin, Assistant Editor
January 24, 2018
The Ski Swap will be happening Nov. 22-26 at Nashua High School South. “It’s the oldest Ski Swap event in New Hampshire, and we are very happy to continue the tradition of community support,” said Whalen.

Booster Club Ski Swap

Mary Martin, Assistant Editor
November 20, 2017
Tom Whalen describes the changes being made to the high school. Community members participated by asking questions about logistics, costs, and intentions.

Walkaround at HBHS

Mary Martin, Assistant Editor
November 13, 2017
Additional space in the weight room will allow for the creation of a second floor, making room for the robotics lab and improvements to the current weight-training facilities. The changes would also allow the athletic directors to relocate to an office in the strength training space. “Kids could theoretically come in during a study and work out and not have to worry about ‘Is there a teacher there?’” said HBHS Principal Rick Barnes.

Potential facilities changes at HBHS

Mary Martin, Assistant Editor
November 6, 2017
The team huddles during a time out as they strategize for their comeback. “We worked really hard on keeping our nerves to a minimum,” said Sammie Sheppard ‘20.

Concord vs. HB: Volleyball Rematch

Mary Martin, Staff Writer
October 13, 2017
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