SHS Musicians Perform for Senior Citizens

Julia Pasini and Hannah Carle

January 16, 2019

Filed under Entertainment, Features

Every Thursday, except for holidays, the First Trinitarian Congregational Church (FTCC) on First Parish Road hosts a luncheon for senior citizens. With a donation of $4, seniors can spend one afternoon each week socializing while enj...

SHS METCO Students Visit HBCU College Fair

Morgan Seghezzi, Staff Writer

January 15, 2019

Filed under Features

You may have heard that METCO students had a chance to visit NYC as part of their college application process. Why did they go? Well, Boston might seem like a historic city, but when it comes to historically black colleges, st...

SHS Alum Phil Struzziero Shares Advice During Gates Writing Project

Brigid Murray, Julia Gates, and Elizabeth Davidson

January 15, 2019

Filed under Features

Time has come for the annual 7th-grade short story narrative project, where the English and social studies departments at Gates Middle School work cohesively to give students well-rounded learning skills. From the English perspe...

State School Applications are on the Rise

Hannah Carle and Julia Pasini

January 15, 2019

Filed under Features, News

With news of early college acceptances rolling in, members of the Class of 2019 are already setting trends. There is noticeable excitement as students consider which colleges, and which regions of the country, represent the b...

Mingels Takes Directorship at UMass Lowell

Ryan Frankel and Mia Snow

January 15, 2019

Filed under Features

In November, Scituate High School engineering students said goodbye to their dedicated teacher and mentor: Brad Mingels moved on to UMass Lowell to become the Director of Academic Programs for the College of Engineering. His new...

AirPods–Overpriced, or worth the hype?

Kylene True, Staff Writer

January 14, 2019

Filed under Entertainment, Features

It's no surprise that the hottest gift during this 2018 holiday was yet another groovy Apple product--AirPods.  As school has picked up, it’s easy to spot the countless students who walk the halls listening to music with t...