February Artist of the Month: Makena Winters

Cleo Lowrie, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018

Filed under Entertainment

Freshman often go without recognition in the grand scheme of things during high school, but freshman Makena Winters has made an imprint on her peers and her art teacher, Sheryl Pace. Winters is currently taking Intro to Art w...

Lip Dub Designed to Promote School Unity

Emily Blanchard, Editor in Chief

November 21, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, Features, News

As Thanksgiving Day approaches, students at SHS are not only looking forward to the food-oriented family holiday; they are also excited about creating Scituate High School’s own lip dub--a popular trend that high schools all aro...

Beware of “It”

Jessica Presutti, Staff Writer

October 2, 2017

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Everyone has fears. Whether they are childhood fears or lifelong fears,  these fears are the focus of the movie, ¨It.¨  The movie “It,”directed by Andy Muschietti, is a horror film based on the 1986 novel It,  by Step...

Scituate’s Acquisition of a New Concert Piano

Cameron Blanks and Christina Pelletier

July 14, 2017

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There are moments in time when all the stars align: the timing is right, the motives are clear, and the benefits are overwhelming for an important decision. Although the right choice may seem clear-cut, it still takes hard work...

(Annie)body want to go see “Annie”?

Henry McKain and Caroline Quinn

May 16, 2017

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What a show! Annie, the hit Broadway musical and classic 1982 movie, was brought to life in Boston’s Wang Theatre on Wednesday, May 10th. As high school student journalists, we had the unique opportunity to join the audien...