SHS’s 2015 Festival Results

Leah Brodsky, Staff Writer

March 5, 2015

Filed under Entertainment, Top Stories

Every year, Scituate High School’s drama club participates in the METG Preliminary Drama Competition.  On Saturday, February 28, 2015, the drama club left to compete in the festival, which was hosted by Brockton High School....

Rixton’s Kickstart

Bailey Gorton, Business Manager

January 14, 2015

Filed under Entertainment

There’s a new band heart breaking across the US. Rixton is an uprising British pop/rock/R&B band that originated in Manchester, UK. They gained their popularity from covers they posted on YouTube of famous artists such as...

Wild About Wild

Jonny Ricci

January 13, 2015

Filed under Entertainment

It is often disappointing to see a film after reading the book, but seeing Wild was different. Reese Witherspoon’s rendition of this ever moving plot is extremely well done. The attention to costume and setting brings...

Taylor’s New Album Sells Swiftly off the Shelves

Jenna Brooks, Managing Editor

January 7, 2015

Filed under Entertainment

Say goodbye to long locks and hello to cherry lips as Taylor Swift conquers her fourth album, 1989, with an entirely new attitude. From her first hit single “Teardrops on My Guitar” to her latest single, “Blank Space”...

Moving Toward the Big Screen

Bailey Gorton and Taylor Belval, Business Manager & Staff Writer

January 5, 2015

Filed under Entertainment

Lights, camera…classroom?  Most people assume that filming is traditionally left to the Hollywood professionals, but here at Scituate High School a class of seniors have been writing, directing, acting and producing their own...

Senior Pictures: Brought to You By the Photographers of SHS

Siobhan Murray, Webmaster

December 2, 2014

Filed under Entertainment

    The submission of senior pictures for the yearbook is well behind the Class of 2015, and seniors Addison Silva, Erica White, and Sean Stein made things a little easier for students.     Being displayed at graduatio...

Graeme Gunn: Win, Lose or Draw

Ian Strobino, Arts and Entertainment Editor

December 2, 2014

Filed under Entertainment

Every morning at 6:45 a.m., Graeme Gunn wakes up. He then makes his way to the shower. Next, he eats breakfast. He takes the bus to and from school, or he walks home. After school, Gunn likes to hang out with friends, read, and...

Fighting for the Right to Potty

Nicole Grace, Features Editor

December 2, 2014

Filed under Entertainment

“It’s a privilege to pee.” Yes, you heard correctly. Scituate High School’s drama department is performing Urinetown, a musical about a dystopian society in which one must pay to pee. Directors Ty and Amy Lemer...