King Richard’s Faire

Rachel Babb, Opinions Editor

November 17, 2016

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Calling all history buffs! Whether you’d rather be a knight in shining armour, an elegant princess or a spritely fairy, a noble jouster or a charming mermaid, turn yourself into a real life Renaissance Man (or Woman) for a day at the...

The Rights of an American Public School Student

Cameron Blanks, Editor-in-Chief

November 17, 2016

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Freedom of expression, a cornerstone of American Democracy and key part of the First Amendment, has long been the foundation for political activism, protest, and the sharing of ideals and opinions. Without, it would mean a societ...

Courtyard Courtship

Courtyard Courtship

November 17, 2016

Why I Don’t Support Donald Trump

Drew Higgins, SHS Junior

November 1, 2016

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I supported Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary due to his friendly policy regarding college tuition and his support for America’s students. Hillary Clinton became the first female presidential nominee, and while it may have ...

Why your Vote Matters

Rachel Babb and Sam Connolly

November 1, 2016

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There is no doubt that this election will be one for the books, with two highly controversial candidates and a lot of tension between and within the major political parties. But what say do Millennials have in this current election c...

Digital Age Dilemma

June 24, 2016

Stealing Students’ Cells

Julianne Ryan, Staff Writer

June 23, 2016

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Scituate High School has a new policy being worked out regarding cell phone restrictions for the 2016-2017 school year. Administration believes that the next step toward engaging students in the curriculum is to keep their phones...

Library Launch: The Future of SHS Library

Skylar Rojik, Staff Writer

June 23, 2016

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Talk about the policies in the Scituate High School library has surely come up once or twice in any student's career. Whether you forgot to get a pass, need to print a paper last minute, or simply need a break from the stressful...

AP Exams Adding Stress In More Ways than One

Casey Kelleher, Features Editor

June 9, 2016

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With the end of the year quickly approaching, comes warmer weather, sandals, longer days, blooming flowers, and chirping birds. For many students, however, this is also the season for the dreaded Advanced Placement (AP) exams....

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